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Iowa 4-H is launching the 4-H Career Pathways Academy for all Iowa youth in grades 8-11 to explore pathways to college and career readiness. more
North Scott High School band, choir and orchestra students were in fine tune at the State Small Group and Solo Contest on Saturday, April 9, at Davenport West, earning a combined 30 Division 1 ratings. more
North Scott schools History Day teams Kenzie Bohr and Maddie McNealey, and Calla Brunkan and Peyton Wenck, won statewide competition and now advance to nationals. more
More than 30 volunteers bagged up debris and brush along Princeton's Whiskey Run creek, and elsewhere in the riverfront town April 16.   more
A stretch of cold and wet weather has significantly delayed Iowa’s corn planting this year, and the window for optimal yields is shrinking. more
State Rep. Christina Bohannan of Iowa City, the Democratic Party candidate for U.S. Representative from Iowa's 1st District, will meet the public in Eldridge at a free "Meet and Greet" event on Saturday, May 7 at 11:00 a.m. at the Sheridan Meadows Park pavilion. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the May 4 NSP! more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the May 4 NSP! more
The North Scott Press took first-place prizes for Iowa’s Best Editorial Pages, Coverage of Education, and Coverage of Agriculture at the Iowa Newspaper Association Awards Banquet, April 28, at the Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in downtown Des Moines. more
Iowa Soybean Association recognizes 40 conservation pioneers and asks them, what are you doing? What more needs to be done? more
North Scott's programs in the fine arts have performed at a high level for many years, thanks to many. more
These veterans shared war stories still too fresh to fully process. more
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