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Rubber Stamped Chief PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 07 November 2000 18:00
Mike Bladel’s short, strange trip from Scott County sheriff (and unopposed candidate for re-election) to Davenport police chief ended November 1 with a unanimous stamp of approval from the city council. But the ease of confirmation didn’t wipe away lingering questions about the failure of a nationwide search, the actions of the city administrator, and the motivation for Bladel’s move east down Fourth Street.

 
Local Election 2000 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 31 October 2000 18:00
What are the three most pressing issues likely to face your government body during your term, and what specifically would you support to address them? Madden: Eliminate any spending, programs, and agencies not authorized by the Constitution.

 
Out of Thin Air PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 10 October 2000 18:00
I ask Carter Brown where he wants to take his Lazer Vaudeville troupe. “Australia,” he says. I clarify the question: artistically. He thinks for a moment and says that he and his two collaborators have been working on a piece that is as much about percussion as it is juggling, “actually creating music” with the objects being juggled and a sound processor.

 
Dirty Business PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Robert Jackson Jr.   
Tuesday, 10 October 2000 18:00
Looking for the one ingredient that’ll make your Web site “sticky” – that elusive amalgam of graphics, text, and audio that keeps online visitors from leaving? The answer lies in online content, and of all the Internet truisms, the truest is the Content Is King.

 
Is Crime Back? PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 27 September 2000 18:00
The refrain has gotten pretty old, to the point that most people react with indifference. Crime is down. Crime falls even more. Crime drops again. That’s true nationwide, in Illinois and Iowa, and in the Quad Cities.

 
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