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Donahue celebrated Sept. 2-4 with a parade, home-run contest, duck race, live music and much more. more
Valley Construction crews widen Eldridge's First Street as part of the $4.8 million reconstruction of the First and LeClaire Road intersection. more
Sweetness & Strawberries [Photo gallery]
A brief shower delayed the start of the 1-mile Strawberry Stampede Sunday morning, but skies cleared quickly and visitors from miles around flocked to Long Grove for the Strawberry Festival, … more
North Scott school board members  on April 11 approved the following job changes: more
Seventeen students participated in the North Scott Junior High Spelling Bee on Thursday, Nov. 18, with eighth-grader Seditia Beydler topping the field. The top five finishers all advanced to the … more
Lisa Kotter read a statement saying Eldridge's contracted investigator found no evidence of harassment. Kotter also said the investigator offered to end the inquiry if Kotter resigned. View the … 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
Vote for the images that best describe 2020. We'll recount our Year in Review in the Dec. 30 edition that a salutes North Scott's oldest and newest businesses.   more
Eldridge sewer plant operator Tony Rupe monitors flow at the city's South Slope treatment plant after its upgrade earlier this year. The city, like all across Iowa, needed the upgrade to meet more … more
A truck fire off the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 at Walcott shut down the interestate as firefighters and police from the region responded. The fire shut down eastbound lanes, and backed up … more
Biden in Eldridge [Photo gallery]
Sen. Joe Biden brought his presidential campaign to the former Lancer's Grille, Dec. 26, 2017, just days before the 2008 Iowa caucuses. He returned to town for a presidential campaing stop June … more
UPDATE: Sheriff's deputies left the scene without making an arrest or encountering the man sought in the warrant. Scott County sheriff's tactical team surrounded a Park View apartment about … more
Four Dems compete to challenge Joni Ernst more
Thanks to all our current subscribers and  new readers drawn to The NSP by our coverage of this unprecedented time in our county's history. more
Here are NSP stories about combatting the virus in Scott County. more
For the third straight year, and in just its third year of existence, North Scott's archery team is ready to make some noise on the state's big stage. more
Add your voice to The NSP's NEXT DECADE conversation with an email to nextdecade@northscottpress.com more
Attached video of Gov. Kim Reynolds at the Aug. 28 certification ceremony for the Anderson 400 in Princeton. more
Rob Holst dismantles North Scott School's Silver Bullet, a steel shed long used for batting practice and storage. The school district hired Holst to demolish the Silver Bullet. The City of Eldridge hired Holst to tear down the old feed store next door yet this week. more
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