DES MOINES, IOWA (December 16, 2021) — The Iowa Business Council (IBC) has identified its 2022 legislative agenda. During the organization’s final meeting of the year, IBC members voted to focus on issues such as competitive tax policy, workforce development, child care and housing.

DES MOINES, IOWA (December 16, 2021) Governor Kim Reynolds has issued a 

MOLINE, ILLINOIS (December 15, 2021) — Gilda’s Club Quad Cities is inviting anyone impacted by cancer to become more Digitally Empowered™ by completing an online class to help participants become more confident using technology.

FAYETTE, IOWA (December 15, 2021) Camping World of Cedar Falls employees will soon have the opportunity to reap the benefits of Upper Iowa University's (UIU) Corporate Advantage Partnership (CAP) program. As CAP partners, the employees and their spouses and dependent children (up to age 26) will be eligible to receive set tuition grants for courses taken at any of UIU's over twenty US centers, or through the University's online or self-paced programs.

ELMIRA, NEW YORK (December 15, 2021) — Shayan Pasha of Bettendorf, Iowa, has been named to the Elmira College Dean's List for the Fall 2021 Term. Full-time undergraduate students registered for at least 12 computable credit hours and earning a term grade-point average of 3.6 or higher at the end of Term I or Term II are placed on the Dean's List at the College.

ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS (December 15, 2021) — Quad City Arts is pleased to announce Arts Dollars grants for the 2022 cycle. Applications are welcome from individual artists, K-12 schools, and non-profit organizations partnering with artists. All art forms are eligible. Since 1990, Quad City Arts has supported the local art community by awarding more than $1,000,000 in grants to local artists, non-profit organizations, and schools.

ASHLAND, WISCONSIN (December 15, 2021) — Northland College has named the following students to the dean's list for outstanding academic performance during the fall 2021 term.


Geneseo, IL

Sarah M. Nerud, Freshman

DES MOINES, IOWA (December 15, 2021) Governor Kim Reynolds and four other governors have sent a 

BETTENDORF, IOWA (December 14, 2021) — The Quad Cities Chamber has ambitious goals aimed at strengthening the regional economy. For the region to reach half a million residents and for the GDP to top $35 billion, public policies must be put in place to support and enhance efforts to grow. The Chamber’s 2022 Regional Advocacy priorities are focused on four key areas that work together to create a prosperous regional economy where all can thrive: