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Local Students Learn Lessons About Hunger PDF Print E-mail
News/Features - Local News
Tuesday, 06 November 2001 18:00
Adam Zelsdorf and Jason Held aren’t your typical high-school seniors. Well, they are in some ways: They throw things at each other and don’t try to hide their youthful enthusiasm and itchy feet. But teenage mannerisms aside, Zelsdorf and Held are unusual.

 
Jail Committee Will Recommend a New Facility PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 23 October 2001 18:00
Following the resounding 1998 defeat of a $48 million bond referendum to build a 500-bed jail in downtown Davenport, Scott County embarked on a long process of re-evaluation that would culminate in a decision whether the county needs a new facility to house inmates.

 
New Theatre Finds Its Niche Quickly PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 31 July 2001 18:00
The movie-theatre landscape in the Quad Cities might have changed significantly when the Nova 6 opened last weekend in Moline – in the old home of the Super Saver second-run theatre. Nova 6, located at 2018 36th Avenue (near SouthPark Mall north of John Deere Avenue, behind Key Auto Mall), is an “intermediate run” theatre, somewhere between the first-run shows at National Amusement’s theatres in Davenport and Milan and the months-old product of cheaper , second-run houses.

 
Celebrating the Legacy of David R. Collins PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 24 July 2001 18:00
The Quad Cities lost a great writer and friend of the written word with the passing of David R. Collins of Moline on Tuesday, July 17, at the age of 61. The short list of his achieve-ments include writing more than 75 published books and being a founding member of Writers Studio, a founder of the Mississippi Valley Writers Conference, and a much-loved teacher of 35 years.

 
The Quarter Takes a Tentative Step Forward PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 24 July 2001 18:00
After several years of development and project changes, The Quarter riverfront-revitalization project in East Moline is nearly ready to break ground. Last week, the East Moline City Council directed city staff to begin the process of issuing bonds that will be used for infrastructure improvements to the brownfield development.

 
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