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"Even if you don’t know exactly how to respond to racism, do or say something. Every little thing helps to protect, support and improve our community not only for the sake of my son, but for all minority children within the care of North Scott ..." more
"I humbly ask for your vote to lead the community we love. I have the proven experience, the time and energy to serve ..." more
"I can’t wait until 2022 to help elect a far different team than what is leading our country today ..." more
"... I draw great motivation from the cancel culture attack on Nick. When I'm supporting someone whom the cancel culture goons have targeted, I know I'm doing the right thing ..." more
"Nick will always do what is best for the students and keep political agenda out of our schools ..." more
"Brian and Marty are compassionate, dedicated and committed to represent Eldridge in the best interest of all citizens. They have the qualities and experience we need in our city leaders ..." more
"John and I were able to attend both the recent North Scott School Board candidate forum as well as the Eldridge mayoral and council candidates forum. Thank you to The North Scott Press, the North Scott FFA and the Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce for facilitating one or both of these events ..." more
"Secure borders allow us to do thorough background checks to keep U.S. citizens more secure from terrorism, as well as showing concern for immigrants’ health and wellness, a plus for them and us ..." more
"We are grateful that the founders of our country had the foresight to insure the separation of church and state ..." more
"There are currently 583 people waiting for an organ transplant in Iowa. My hope is that many will consider being a part of the equation to give the most precious gift – the gift of life ..." more
The year was 1955. The place was a rural community in northern Illinois, Durand, midpoint between Rockford and Freeport. more
Oct. 19, 2016: Thanks to a $10,000 Scott County Regional Authority grant and donations from local civic organizations and private donors, the pickleball court project at Sheridan Meadows was nearly complete. The Eldridge Park Board added an informational kiosk and lighting, so games could be played later in the evening. more
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