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The FBI Can Read Your Email! PDF Print E-mail
City Shorts
Tuesday, 25 July 2000 18:00
“Carnivore” is the name of a new Federal Bureau of Investigation system designed to covertly search e-mail messages to and from targeted suspects, but it could also be used to compromise the privacy of millions of Internet users.

 
Developing Dilemma PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
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Tuesday, 25 July 2000 18:00
The City of Davenport is no stranger to tiffs over development, but perhaps none has been as strange as this: Turn lanes and stoplights have put a stop to development of some of the hottest commercial property in the Quad Cities.

 
Renovated Airport a Blank Canvas for Arts Groups PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
Tuesday, 25 July 2000 18:00
Two local arts groups are joining forces on an ambitious public-art project in the remodeled Quad City International Airport. The key remaining issue is raising enough money to turn the vision into reality. The Quad City International Airport’s eight-member board voted unanimously July 18 to team up with Quad City Arts and MidCoast Fine Arts to populate the renovated airport with both permanent and rotating artwork and exhibits.

 
ArtStroll: The Premiere PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
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Tuesday, 25 July 2000 18:00
The concept behind ArtStroll isn’t revolutionary or new. It just never happened. “We all felt there was a need,” noted Donna Lee, special-events coordinator for MidCoast Fine Arts. “It’s not that it hasn’t been thought of.

 
U.S. Cellular Licking Its Wounds after Attack PDF Print E-mail
Local News
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Monday, 24 July 2000 18:00
U.S. Cellular is regrouping after a third setback in its effort to put a cellular-phone tower in East Davenport, but residents of that village who’ve fought the company expect it to come back again. “We’ll re-evaluate the situation,” said Scott Van Roekel, a project manager for U.

 
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