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A good Monday to all. There's a possibility of fog early this morning on low-lying areas and river valleys in central and eastern Iowa. If... [Read More]
On a vacant lot in one of Davenport's poorest neighborhoods in the west central part of the city, Rusty Boruff sees opportunity waiting. [Read More]
I have noticed the news articles about the safety of seat belts on school buses. School buses are built with high back seats close together... [Read More]
Tags: Letter - buses - noticed
Once upon a time, there was an ideal. It was called the United States of America. [Read More]
Whatever else you may believe, you have to commend Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot for trying to live up to her campaign promise of making sure... [Read More]
Professor Jerry Schnoor's editorial in the Quad-City Times (Sept. 17) is another useless attempt at trying to scare Americans into "fixing" the global climate change... [Read More]
Finishing Margaret Atwood's, "The Testaments," I questioned how a Canadian could imagine American women being doctors and judges one day and virtual slaves of totalitarian... [Read More]
The grief of losing an infant comes in waves. At times it can seem to be just a whisper. At other times, parents who have... [Read More]
Tags: Genesis - lost - infants
persistent rain, high humidity and warm, 70-degree temperatures conspired to slow down all but one race Sunday at the TBK Bank Quad Cities Marathon. [Read More]
Philemon Kiplangat Terer was seeking a strong rebound. [Read More]
The mother of a special-needs student who previously lived in the Davenport School District plans to go on a hunger strike while she seeks compensatory... [Read More]
Nothing changes at the top of my ballot for this week's Associated Press college football, but beyond a top seven that remains unchanged from a... [Read More]
Several Iowa soybean farmers were elected to state and national leadership posts during a recent meeting of the Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) board of directors. [Read More]
We're already hearing predictions for a cold, snowy winter. [Read More]
Tags: Folklore - cold - snowy
Fall is the best time to divide spring and summer blooming perennials that are overcrowded, dead in the center, failing to flower or flopping open.... [Read More]
Tags: Fall - Wait - divide
Whether you're greeting guests or buyers, your front porch creates a first impression, either good or bad. [Read More]
Tags: Whether - sell - you're
The annual, 19th century-style fall festival called "Jordbruksdagarna" (pronounced yord-brooks-DAH-ga-na) will be Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 28-29, in historic Bishop Hill, Illinois, with food, music, games and... [Read More]
"Even Donald Trump thinks he's spending too much time on ethanol." [Read More]
As Joe Walsh described his message, there emerged a theme that should sound familiar to Iowa Republicans. [Read More]
It has been warm here, too warm for the first couple of weeks of September, and I don't much care for it. Autumn sits uneasily... [Read More]
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