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The United Steelworkers took their fight for a new Arconic contract to Eldridge’s water tower, where union members on Monday night projected a message intended to rally support. more
A Scott County home developer testified that county supervisors acted outside of the law and past practice when they approved a resolution making future homeowners — not the county — responsible for roads in the new Valley View Farms subdivision near Park View. more
When North Scott’s three foreign exchange students decided to enhance their educational experience by studying abroad, they couldn’t have picked a better place than Lancer Nation. more
Mount Sinai Fellowship Church members are scrambling to raise more than $16,000 and fight a property tax assessment they say was wrongly placed on their north Davenport church. more
Even as a kid at John Glenn Elementary, Nathan Marple made an impression. more
Reinhard Andress, PhD, of Loyola University Chicago, will speak Sunday, June 2 at 2 p.m. at the German American Heritage Center, 713 W. 2nd St., Davenport, about “Glory of Germania,” a huge porcelain wall painting made by the Royal Porcelain Factory in Berlin and sent by the German Empire to the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893 in Chicago. more
With the support of Cookie’s Food Products, the Blue Ribbon Foundation of the Iowa State Fair will recognize 10 outstanding volunteers as Iowans of the Day during the Iowa State Fair, Aug.  8-18. more
Faculty from Iowa State University’s School of Education will present a workshop on some of the latest research and practices in literacy June 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Muscatine Community School District Administration Building, 2900 Mulberry Ave., Muscatine. more
The Quad Cities River Bandits will provide one free game ticket to anyone with a receipt for $20 or more from businesses downtown Davenport. more
After a two-year hiatus, the Quad City Air Show will return in 2019 after an overwhelming response from spectators and performers. more
Despite years of experience, loads of data and satellite-assisted forecast technology, Scott County Emergency Management Agency director Dave Donovan had a short answer for the big question presented at the flood town hall forum in LeClaire. more
Long Grove kids of all abilities and ages will get a new, accessible playground thanks to the community’s singular vision and a couple of persistent city officials. more
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