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Sometimes it takes a while for what he is saying to sink in. [Read More]
Class offers 'lighten up' help... [Read More]
The Quad-City Times publishes all real estate deeds $50,000 and over without exception. [Read More]
A 12-part small farms webinar series covering topics such as high tunnel production, organic certification and native pollinators, will begin Jan. 18, offered free by... [Read More]
One of the consequences of the relaxation of laws regarding marijuana possession in many parts of the country is an increase in emergency visits for... [Read More]
The legal status of so-called "dreamers," young illegal immigrants raised in the U.S., must be faced in a near vacuum. And Congressional Democrats would be... [Read More]
The Midwest was no match for Southern Oregon University on Saturday at the Hastings Bronco Duals, where the Raiders stormed past four opponents with 17... [Read More]
Woodbury County takes a place in Iowa electoral history Tuesday. [Read More]
Area hunters gathered Saturday at Ike's Riverfront Tavern for the fifth annual Deer Head Show. [Read More]
They will have an opportunity to cast a ballot Feb. 6 either in favor or against consolidating Harmony and Van Buren schools. [Read More]
Repairs to the Fourth Street bridge pedestrian canopy cost more than expected. [Read More]
With all the talk about walls, illegal immigration, Dreamers and DACA, it may be hard to separate fact from propaganda. [Read More]
The City Council on Monday will hold a hearing on the city's five-year 2018-2023 capital improvements program, a planning document for some $271 million in... [Read More]
Vote for bond... [Read More]
Obituaries and service notices in today's paper. [Read More]
It was early 1968. A charismatic minister Anna Mae Weems had hosted on a visit to Waterloo nine years earlier and his organization needed help.... [Read More]
In 2009 after disputes over elections in Iran turned into the green movement, the world thought Iran was on the verge of change and all... [Read More]
Unknown Wall Street tycoon Alfred Lee Loomis, who led a double life as a scientist, is profiled. [Read More]
At the depth of the Great Depression, Dr. Francis E. Townsend proposed every American over the age of 60 be given a $200-a-month pension with... [Read More]
I am skeptical of statements made by activist Superintendent Art Tate who paraded Davenport students before the public like political props wearing T-shirts indicating that... [Read More]
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