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Democrat Rita Hart, in a surprise announcement March 31, said she’s withdrawing her challenge to the results in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District, citing a “toxic campaign of political disinformation” as her request for a review of the race’s six-vote margin grew into a nationalized, increasingly partisan dispute. more
Eldridge’s Easter afternoon power outage spurred more talk, and a council member’s call to action on a second MidAmerican power line to the city’s utility. more
Solar panels are shaving tens of thousands off electric bills for Donahue’s Glenn Elementary, and North Scott school district leaders want to see savings like that at all elementary schools. more
Cathy Zimmerman knows exactly how far the mobile hotspot reaches from the Scott County Library bookmobile. She’s walked it off with a Chromebook in hand, in McCausland, Blue Grass, Buffalo and many of the 46 stops the bus makes each month across Scott County. more
Nearly 100 assembled March 30 for a ceremony celebrating a community commitment to health and wellness. more
Coordination problems among Scott County departments, the pandemic, and a surge of gun background checks have stalled Park View landlord registration, tenant background checks and code enforcement supervisors approved in September and hoped to enforce beginning Jan. 1. more
Thanks to a $7,970 grant from the Scott County Regional Authority (SCRA), Eldridge police offers are now better protected on the front lines. more
Lax health enforcement in bars and restaurants, along with St. Patrick’s Day and spring break get-togethers, triggered a surge in new pandemic cases that are hitting younger people. more
8,500 copies of The NSP's County Connection are headed to mailboxes today across Scott and Muscatine counties with  stories you've not read anywhere else. more
Scott County’s assessor is bracing for a flood of appeals in April following double-digit jumps in taxable property values for homes, apartment and condo buildings across the county. more
This week, in partnership with our sister newspapers, the Wilton-Durant Advocate News and West Liberty Index, The North Scott Press is launching a merged classified and classified display advertising section called Bend of the River Bizzzzy Bee. more
Eldridge taxpayers will see only the voter-approved cost of the YMCA driving up city tax bills this year for a budget that counts on a new natural gas franchise fee, and a whole bunch of federal road dollars. more
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