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Carole Larssen will celebrate her 80th birthday with a card shower.  Cards may be sent to her at 133 Cadda Road, Long Grove, IA 52756. more
Six North Scott FFA students won gold ratings at the Iowa FFA Agriscience Fair, and two are national finalists. more
"As publisher of a small weekly newspaper, might it be prudent to be fair in analysis and not simply regurgitate the talking points from your party of favor ..." more
A funeral service for Verda Volk, 96, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 15, at Brown's Funeral Service, Durant, Okla. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service on Thursday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Chippianock Cemetery, Rock Island. more
A private family burial will be held at a later date at the Rock Island National Cemetery for Kenneth Harlan Wolverton, 95, of Bettendorf. The Runge Mortuary, Davenport, is assisting the family with arrangements. more
So, where do we go from here, and what is Grace Boffeli going to do for an encore? more
It was a big day on the lanes Saturday as North Scott hosted its 12th annual Lancer Invitational, with 48 teams from 12 different schools participating. more
First:BRITTNEY Middle:ROCELE Last:WARREN Affix: Permanent ID:09-41789 Sex:Female Date of Birth: 4/18/1989 Age:30 Height: Weight:142 Pounds Race:White Hair Color:BLOND OR STRAWBERRY HAIR Hair … more
First:DANIEL Middle:JOSEPH Last:DICK Affix: Permanent ID:03-05232 Sex:Male Date of Birth: 1/13/1983 Age:37 Height:5' 11" Weight:185 Pounds Race:White Hair Color:BROWN HAIR Hair … more
The Royal Neighbors Foundation has made a $25,000 donation to the River Bend Foodbank to help support its efforts to ensure ongoing access to food for families in the Quad-Cities area. more
First:DARRELL Middle:ANTHONY Last:RICE Affix:III Permanent ID:11-06630 Sex:Male Date of Birth: 8/21/1993 Age:26 Height:5' 11" Weight:240 Pounds Race:African American Hair Color:BLACK HAIR … more
Iowans are amazing. The level of civic engagement among our citizens is unrivaled. We proved that once again when voters turned out in record numbers to cast their ballots in the June primary election. Despite an ongoing pandemic and civil unrest across the state, Iowans were determined to make their voices heard the best way possible: by voting. more
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