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According to scanner reports, police have been dispatched to Dollar General on West Locust for a report of a person who has been shot in... [Read More]
A California woman was in the Henry County Jail Tuesday on cannabis-related charges. [Read More]
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The Dollar General on West Locust Street is closed after a shooting Tuesday morning. [Read More]
Trustees on Monday approved a property tax levy $19,626 less than last year's levy at $203,006 compared to $222,632. [Read More]
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KNW Holdings, Inc. doing business as Ecogistics, has announced it is working with the city of Rock Island to develop a 15,000-square-foot headquarters at 950... [Read More]
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Aldermen on Monday heard criticism for eliminating the economic development coordinator position formerly held by Tarah Sipes. [Read More]
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Dan Zehnder has been named Vice-President of North American Sales organization for Agrisolutions. [Read More]
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Trustees on Monday unanimously approved selling the village-owned "Old Academy" property to River View Veterinary Service for $136,000. [Read More]
Eight Mercer County Sheriff's Office dispatchers have received two-year certifications in PowerPhone's Total Response system to support emergency medical dispatch. [Read More]
"Government shutdown." Probably no two words strike more fear in the hearts of Washington politicians. [Read More]
It was a year in review of grant applications for village board members at their meeting Monday. [Read More]
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Mercer County officials have identified a man killed in a one-vehicle roll-over accident Saturday. [Read More]
A lane closure is planned Wednesday on the Interstate 80 bridge near Rapids City. [Read More]
South Rock Island Township is giving away toys, hats, gloves and more new and gently used items 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec.... [Read More]
UNITYPOINT HEALTH-TRINITY MOLINE... [Read More]
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Creation Studio residency with Michael Stevens (3-D printing): 3-6 p.m., Bettendorf Library, 2950 Learning Campus Drive. 563-344-4179. Free. [Read More]
In the 2008 Beijing Winter Olympics, the Chinese government and its citizens were worried that there wouldn't be enough snow for the Olympic Games. They... [Read More]
News reports are circulating speculating that the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America may file a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which is a reorganization,... [Read More]
In a policy statement released last month, the American Academy of Pediatrics aims to end the debate over whether corporal punishment is an acceptable parenting... [Read More]
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Good news for the incoming House Democratic majority! They have something President Trump really, really wants: money to build a border wall. Trump is desperate... [Read More]
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