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The Iowa House passed legislation last week restricting drone surveillance of livestock facilities without the permission of the property owner more
A fund that helps shield Iowa farmers from losses from bankruptcies of the companies that buy or store their grain is poised to tax their products for the first time in more than 30 years, which has prompted legislation that could overhaul the fund. more
Iowa senators passed changes to Iowa’s child labor laws early Tuesday to allow 14- to 17-year-olds to work longer hours and in restricted fields with parental permission. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the April 19 NSP! more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the April 19 NSP! more
A streak of warm and dry weather has created ideal conditions for some Iowa farmers to start planting their corn crop this week. more
Iowans may soon be able to buy and sell unpasteurized milk if a bill passed by the Iowa House this week becomes law. more
Set sail with Lancer Productions and the musical “Anything Goes,” this weekend and next in the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium. more
Scott County will take on a countywide ambulance service and add nine new full-time positions as part of a 2023-24 budget that cuts the tax rate a fraction for rural property owners, and leaves the rate unchanged for city property owners. more
Stormwater and road work in Mount Joy will consume all of the $5 million in federal pandemic aid supervisors allotted, but won’t cover even half of the needs identified in a new engineering study. more
Nevada Lemke says her six years with the city of Davenport provided a variety of leadership roles that groomed her for city administration. more
Shoppers will find a new bakery, a bit brighter lighting, new coolers and taller shelves stocked with 22,000 products at the North Scott Hy-Vee. more
Photographer John Schultz worked alongside Scott at many Quad-City games, meets and matches. Schultz is a freelance photographer whose work has been repeatedly recognized by the Iowa Newspaper … more
Retired North Scott Press owner Bill Tubbs shot these photos of Scott Campbell's Jan. 15 retirement reception at North Scott High School auditorium lobby. Tubbs and Campbell worked side by side … more
Eldridge council members will consider putting the city’s fitness center up for sale, just as the North Scott YMCA prepares to open. more
County officials dead-set against a carbon waste pipeline across Scott County are hosting a rally at North Scott High School, Monday, Nov. 28, to cultivate more opposition to the ADM project. more
With an eye toward the future and a healthy dose of respect for the past, North Scott Press publisher Josh Byers is announcing several staff changes at the award-winning weekly newspaper. more
Friday was a big day for Virgil Grissom fifth-grader Kinley Albrecht. It was two days before her 11th birthday, and that night, she was having a sleepover with 10 of her friends. more
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A vintage tractor pull and street dance Sunday, and the annual car show and parade Monday drew thousands to McCausland's annual Labor Day celebration. NSP intern Cella Hanssen captured the … more
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