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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 University of Illinois Extension. [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 pets that have ingested a... [Read More]
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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 foolish if they refuse to... [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 wins by fall to improve to 9-2.By the end of the afternoon, No. 13 SOU defeated Doane (Neb.), 44-12; Northwestern (Iowa), 36-9; York (Neb.), 45-12; and Wayland Baptist (Texas), 49-3. The Raiders notched bonus-point victories in 23 of 34 contests overall (not including six matches their opponents forfeited) and lost just... [Read More]
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Woodbury County takes a place in Iowa electoral history Tuesday. [Read More]
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Area hunters gathered Saturday at Ike's Riverfront Tavern for the fifth annual Deer Head Show. [Read More]
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They will have an opportunity to cast a ballot Feb. 6 either in favor or against consolidating Harmony and Van Buren schools. [Read More]
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Repairs to the Fourth Street bridge pedestrian canopy cost more than expected. [Read More]
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With all the talk about walls, illegal immigration, Dreamers and DACA, it may be hard to separate fact from propaganda. [Read More]
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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 public improvements. [Read More]
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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. She answered the... [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 media focused on Iran. Then... [Read More]
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Unknown Wall Street tycoon Alfred Lee Loomis, who led a double life as a scientist, is profiled. [Read More]
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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 the requirement they spend it... [Read More]
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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 their only value is related... [Read More]
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