Q.  What is the debt ceiling and when will the federal government reach it? 

A.  The debt ceiling is the amount of debt the federal government can legally borrow from the public and government trust funds.  The ceiling is set by law and is currently $14.294 trillion.  On May 16, 2011, the Treasury Secretary said that the government will reach the current debt ceiling by August 2, 2011.

Q.  Will Social Security recipients receive their checks if the debt ceiling is not increased by August 2?

A.  After August 2, Social Security benefits are next scheduled to be paid on August 3.  The U.S. Treasury has the authority and assets to pay Social Security benefits if the debt ceiling is not increased before August 2.  The government continued to pay Social Security benefits when the debt limit was reached in 1985 and again in 1996.

Q. How will benefits be paid if the government can't borrow more money?

A.  The U.S. Treasury has two ways to make Social Security payments if the debt ceiling is not raised by August 2.  The first is with general tax revenues.  Regardless of U.S. borrowing authority, tax revenues continue to flow into the U.S. Treasury.  In August, the Treasury is likely to receive revenues around $172 billion and have bills due around $306 billion.  The President has the discretion to determine how the money is spent.  Whether or not Social Security would be one of his top priorities, there are special safeguards for Social Security payments.  The federal government is required to invest the payroll taxes going into the Social Security Trust Fund in special obligation bonds. These special obligation bonds are debts held by the government instead of the public.  By law, these bonds can be exchanged for public debt in order to secure infusions of cash, if needed, to continue paying Social Security benefits.  As a result, Social Security Trust Fund assets of $2.6 trillion ensure that Social Security benefits can be paid until the debt limit is increased or the federal debt is otherwise reduced. 

July 15, 2011

MOLINE, ILLINOIS - Tickets are now available online at wqpt.org for WQPT's annual fundraiser, Brew Ha Ha scheduled at LeClaire Park in downtown Davenport on Saturday, September 17TH from 1 to 5 p.m.  Tickets for Brew Ha Ha are $20.00 prior to the event and $25.00 at the gate. A wide variety of ales, pilsners, and porters are available for tasting as well as cheeses provided by Cabot Creamery Cooperative of Vermont.

Musical performances for the 12th annual event will be performed by Wicked Liz and the Bellyswirls and games are back so folks can try their hand at the Beer Bottle Ring Toss and the Golf Ball Stack. Admission to Brew Ha Ha includes an event program, unlimited tasting, and a commemorative tasting glass.            

Brew Ha Ha is a fundraising event to support WQPT, the local public television station serving eastern Iowa and western Illinois.

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(Davenport, July 18, 2011) - Davenport Junior Theatre seeks the very best local professionals to help produce our Mainstage Acting Company Productions. All positions are compensated with pay for time invested.

We are seeking directors, designers, stage managers, theatre instructors, and dance instructors for our coming 2011-2012 season. For all of our staff, we seek individuals with a passion for the arts, a joy for working with children, an ability to collaborate with fellow artists, and the discipline to follow-through on commitments.

DJT can say with confidence that you would find a supportive and collaborative environment for all. Our focus is on bringing the stage to life, for both our students and audiences.

If you are interested in working with us, please select the below link to fill out an application and we will be in touch mid-August. We would be thrilled to get to know you!

If you have any questions, please e-mail Artistic Director, Daniel Sheridan (DSheridan@ci.davenport.ia.us) or call 563-888-2216.
Our next show in at the TUG FEST in LaClaire Iowa on Friday August 12th.
Not only is Skynny Skynyrd rockin' the river at Tug Fest, but they have one of The Best Fireworks Displays in The QCs there on that night!
Definately A Family Friendly Event.   Invite your friends & bring yer family to this one.   We'll be doing a 90 minute Show before the freworks, then another 90-minute Show after the fireworks.
Bring you're lawn chairs & have a Great Summer Evening with us.
Also, check out our new Single Release on You Tube!...  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6wegYJV7d4 .   We're getting airplay on radio stations in apx 7-states right now.   Just sign a deal with Murph Music in Nashville too.
Thanks again for your support of the band.

State Agencies Encourage Preventive Action, Checking on Elderly

CHICAGO - July 17, 2011. Governor Pat Quinn today encouraged Illinoisans to take preventive action during this extremely hot weather to stay safe, cool, and avoid heat-related illnesses. As sweltering summer temperatures grip the Midwest, various Illinois state agencies offer services and information to help ensure the health and safety of the public. 

Governor Quinn urged Illinoisans to take advantage of services available from the Department of Public Health, the Department of Human Services and the Illinois Emergency Management Agency. Everyone is urged to check on those most vulnerable to the high temperatures, including the elderly and children.

"High heat and humidity can lead to serious health problems, particularly for the elderly and young children," Governor Quinn said. "It's extremely important for people to recognize the signs of heat-related illness and take action to prevent becoming sick from the heat. I encourage Illinoisans to take advantage of numerous services statewide to keep them cool and safe."

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) offered the following tips to help Illinois residents stay cool during hot weather, which can be found in the "Summer? No Sweat Survival Guide" at http://www.idph.state.il.us/public/books/summtoc.htm

  • Increase fluid intake and avoid liquids containing caffeine, alcohol or large amounts of sugar;
  • Take cool showers, baths or sponge baths;
  • Protect your body with lightweight, light-colored, loose-fitting clothing.  When outdoors, wear a hat and use a sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) greater than 15 to protect against sunburn;
  • Never leave anyone, including pets, alone in a closed, parked vehicle; 
  • Stay indoors, if at all possible, in an air-conditioned location or seek out the nearest air-conditioned facility. 

IDPH also encourages people to learn to recognize signs of heat-related illnesses like heatstroke, which can quickly become serious or even deadly if unattended. Heatstroke is caused by prolonged exposure to the heat. The symptoms of heatstroke include :

  • Headache
  • Red, dry face
  • Skin hot to touch
  • Body temperature of 105° F or more
  • Strong pulse
  • Loss of consciousness in extreme cases
  • Seizures, irregular heartbeat
The Illinois Department of Human Services has established more than 120 cooling centers to provide Illinoisans cool and comfortable locations during hot summer days. Cooling centers are open during normal business hours from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Additionally, Illinois Tollway Oases in the Chicago area serve as cooling centers. For more information about Cooling Centers, call the Illinois Department of Human Services hotline at (800) 843-6154 or check locations at http://www2.illinois.gov/KeepCool/Pages/coolingcenters.aspx.

The Illinois Department on Aging also encourages relatives and friends to make daily visits or calls to senior citizens living alone. When temperatures and humidity are extremely high, seniors and people with chronic respiratory health conditions must be watchful for dehydration and other effects of extreme heat. In addition, seniors should eat lighter meals, take longer and more frequent rests, and drink plenty of fluids.

The Illinois Emergency Management Agency coordinates emergency and relief activities statewide. For more information about preparedness, visit the IEMA Ready Illinois website at www.Ready.Illinois.gov


Risk of heat-related problems increases with age
Older people can face risks related to hot weather. As people age, their bodies lose some ability to adapt to heat. They may have medical conditions that are worsened by heat. And their medications could reduce their ability to respond to heat.
The National Institute on Aging (NIA), part of the National Institutes of Health, has some advice for helping older people avoid heat-related illnesses, known collectively as hyperthermia.
Hyperthermia occurs when the body overheats. Conditions involving hyperthermia have different names, including heat stroke, heat fatigue, heat syncope (lightheadedness or fainting in the heat), heat cramps and heat exhaustion.
Health-related factors that may increase the risk of hyperthermia include :
  • Pre-existing diseases such as congestive heart failure, diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Decreased ability to move around
  • Dementia or cognitive impairment
  • Certain medications that may cause dehydration or that may affect the responses to heat by the heart, blood vessels or sweat glands.
  • Being substantially overweight
  • Drinking alcoholic beverages
  • Being dehydrated
  • Age-related changes in the skin, such as decreased functioning of small blood vessels and sweat glands
Lifestyle factors that can also increase the risk of hyperthermia include hot living quarters, lack of transportation, overdressing, visiting overcrowded places, and not understanding how to respond to weather conditions. Older people, particularly those at special risk, should pay attention to any air pollution alert in effect. People without fans or air conditioners should go to shopping malls, movie theaters, libraries or other places with air conditioning. In addition, they can visit cooling centers which are often provided by government agencies, religious groups and social service organizations in many communities.
Heat stroke is an advanced form of hyperthermia. It occurs when the body is overwhelmed by heat and unable to control its temperature. In heat stroke, the body temperature is at least 104 degrees Fahrenheit. Someone with heat stroke may have a strong rapid pulse, lack of sweating, dry flushed skin, faintness, staggering and mental status changes such as confusion, combativeness, disorientation or even coma. Seek immediate medical attention for a person with any of these symptoms, especially an older adult.
If you suspect that someone is suffering from a heat-related illness:
  • Move them into an air conditioned or other cool place
  • Urge them to lie down and rest
  • Remove or loosen tight-fitting or heavy clothing
  • Encourage them to drink water or juices if they are able to drink without choking, but avoid alcohol and caffeine
  • Apply cold water, ice packs or cold wet cloths to the skin.
  • Get medical assistance as soon as possible.
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) within the Administration for Children and Families in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services helps eligible households pay for home cooling and heating costs. Individuals interested in applying for assistance should contact their local or state LIHEAP agency. For more information, go to www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ocs/liheap/ or www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ocs/liheap/brochure/brochure.html.
For a free copy of the NIA's AgePage on hyperthermia in English or in Spanish, contact the NIA Information Center at 1-800-222-2225 or go to http://www.niapublications., or www.niapublications.org/agepages/hyperther-sp.asp for the Spanish-language version.
The NIA leads the federal government effort conducting and supporting research on aging and the health and well-being of older people. The Institute's broad scientific program seeks to understand the nature of aging and to extend the healthy, active years of life. For more information on research, aging, and health, go to www.nia.nih.gov.
About the National Institutes of Health (NIH): NIH, the nation's medical research agency, includes 27 Institutes and Centers and is a component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. NIH is the primary federal agency conducting and supporting basic, clinical, and translational medical research, and is investigating the causes, treatments, and cures for both common and rare diseases. For more information about NIH and its programs, visit www.nih.gov.

WASHINGTON - Senator Chuck Grassley and Representative Darrell Issa are pushing for additional information and documents from the FBI and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) in relation to the two agencies roles in the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) reckless strategy known as Operation Fast and Furious.   The strategy employed by the ATF allowed firearms to be purchased by known straw buyers and then transferred to third parties where the guns often crossed the border to Mexican drug cartels.  


The letters are a follow-up to a recorded, transcribed interview with Acting ATF Director Ken Melson.  The Acting Director was interviewed by congressional investigators on July 4 where he corroborated several details that included other agencies involved in Operation Fast and Furious.  


In the letter to FBI Director Robert Mueller, Grassley and Issa asked about the "veracity of claims" regarding the possible involvement of paid FBI informants in Operation Fast and Furious and "specifically at least one individual who is allegedly an FBI informant" and "might have been in communication with, and was perhaps even conspiring with, at least one suspect whom ATF was monitoring."  


The letter to DEA Administrator Michelle Leonhart requested a briefing by DEA staff as well as "the number of informants or cooperating informants handled by other agencies identified in the course of any investigations related to Operation Fast and Furious."  


In addition, both letters (to Mueller and Leonhart) asked for communications of several members of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force who were working in coordination with the ATF to conduct Operation Fast and Furious.  


Below is a copy of the text of the letters.  Click here for a copy of the signed letter to the DEA administrator and the signed letter to the FBI director.  


July 15, 2011  


The Honorable Michele M. Leonhart  


U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration  

700 Army Navy Drive  

Arlington, VA 22202  


Dear Administrator Leonhart:  


On March 15, 2011, Senator Grassley sent you a letter requesting a briefing to gain a better understanding of the Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) involvement in Operation Fast and Furious.  Conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), Operation Fast and Furious, was an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) case.  That letter is attached for your ready reference.  Nearly four months later, your agency has yet to respond directly.   


On April 12, 2011, the Department of Justice (DOJ) responded on behalf of DEA.  In its letter, DOJ stated:  


Generally speaking, . . . when another Department component leads an OCDETF investigation, DEA works cooperatively to support drug-related aspects of the investigation. Such cooperation means that DEA may share investigative expertise, report leads, and provide manpower to assist in an investigative or  

enforcement operation as requested by the lead investigative agency.[1]  


This information sharing, or lack thereof, is precisely the reason Senator Grassley made the initial request.  Consequently, we request that you make arrangements by no later than July 19, 2011 for DEA supervisors and personnel with specific knowledge of details related to Operation Fast and Furious and the parallel DEA case to brief members of both of our staffs.  


In addition to the aforementioned briefing, please provide the following documents:  

 1)       The number of informants or cooperating defendants handled by other agencies identified in the course of any investigations related to Operation Fast and Furious defendants.  For each informant or cooperating defendant, please identify the other agency, the date that DEA learned of their informant or cooperating defendant's status, and a description of how the DEA learned of their informant or cooperating defendant's status.  


 2)      All information related to indicted Fast and Furious suspect Manuel Fabian Celis-Acosta.  


3)     A list of all personnel designated as DEA liaisons with other federal law enforcement agencies in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. 

Please also include any communications of the following individuals at DEA relating to Operation Fast and Furious or Manuel Fabian Celis-Acosta:

1)      Elizabeth Kempshall, Special Agent in Charge, Phoenix

2)      Doug Coleman, Acting Special Agent in Charge, Phoenix

3)      Chris Feistle, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Phoenix

4)      Albert Laurita, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Tucson

5)      David Hathaway, Resident Agent in Charge, Nogales

6)      Joe Muenchow, Resident Agent in Charge, Yuma

These records should include emails, memoranda, briefing papers, and handwritten notes.  You should also produce communications these individuals had with any ATF employee from between October 1, 2009, and June 30, 2011.

Please provide the documents and information requested no later than July 26, 2011.  If you have any questions regarding this request, please contact Ranking Member Grassley's office at (202) 224-5225 or Chairman Issa's Committee staff at (202) 225-5074.  Thank you for your prompt attention to this important matter.


____________________________   ______________________________

Darrell Issa, Chairman                                           Charles E. Grassley, Ranking Member

Committee on Oversight and                            Committee on the Judiciary

Government Reform                         U.S. Senate

U.S. House of Representatives


cc:        The Honorable Eric H. Holder, Jr., Attorney General

U.S. Department of Justice

The Honorable Elijah E. Cummings, Ranking Member

U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Oversight and Government Reform

The Honorable Patrick Leahy, Chairman

U.S. Senate, Committee on the Judiciary

July 11, 2011

The Honorable Robert S. Mueller, III


Federal Bureau of Investigation

935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, D.C. 20004

Dear Director Mueller:

For the past six months, we have been conducting an investigation into Operation Fast and Furious, conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF).  This program allowed approximately 2,000 heavy-duty assault type firearms to be illegally trafficked, and hundreds of these weapons have already been recovered at crime scenes in Mexico.  Operation Fast and Furious was an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) prosecutor-led strike force case where ATF worked in coordination with other agencies.  The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was one of these agencies.  To help us better understand the role of the FBI in this multi-agency OCDETF case, we request that you produce communications relating to Operation Fast and Furious by FBI personnel based in Phoenix, Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, and El Paso, Texas, including the below-listed officials:

1)      Nathan Gray, Former Special Agent in Charge, Phoenix Field Division

2)      Annette Bartlett, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Phoenix Field Division

3)      Stephen Cocco, Acting Special Agent in Charge, Phoenix Field Division

4)      Steven Hooper, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Phoenix Field Division

5)      John Iannarelli, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Phoenix Field Division

6)      John Strong, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Phoenix Field Division

7)      David Cuthbertson, Special Agent in Charge, El Paso Field Division

8)      The Case Agent from the Tucson office in charge of the Brian Terry murder investigation

Such communications should include e-mails, documents, memoranda, briefing papers, and handwritten notes.  You should also produce communications these individuals had with any ATF employee between October 1, 2009, and June 30, 2011. 

Paid FBI Informants

In recent weeks, we have learned of the possible involvement of paid FBI informants in Operation Fast and Furious.  Specifically, at least one individual who is allegedly an FBI informant might have been in communication with, and was perhaps even conspiring with, at least one suspect whom ATF was monitoring.  We are interested in determining the veracity of these claims.  To that end, please provide a response to the following questions:

1)      How many paid FBI informants, prospective informants assigned an informant number, or cooperating defendants ("informants") were in communication with any of the ATF suspects or their associates under Operation Fast and Furious?  What was the nature of, and how frequent were, these contacts? 

2)      Were any of these informants previously deported by the Drug Enforcement Administration or any other law enforcement agency?  If so, when did these deportations take place?

3)      What is the process for repatriation for FBI informants?  What other agencies are notified?  Did that process occur here?

4)      Were FBI personnel in Arizona aware of the involvement of these informants during Operation Fast and Furious?

5)      Did other law enforcement agencies learn of the involvement of FBI informants related to Operation Fast and Furious?  If so, please explain in detail when and how?

Additionally, please provide the following:

6)      Any FBI 302s relating to targets, suspects, defendants or their associates in the Fast and Furious investigation, including the 302s provided to ATF Special Agent Hope MacAllister during the calendar year 2011.

7)      Any other investigative reports prepared by the Bureau relating targets, suspects or defendants in the Fast and Furious case.

Jaime Zapata

Additionally, we understand that the FBI is the lead investigative agency into the death of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Special Agent Jaime Zapata, who was murdered in Mexico on February 15, 2011.  The family of Jaime Zapata is still seeking answers about the circumstances involving his death.  On June 14, 2011, attorneys for the Zapata family wrote a letter to José Angel Moreno, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Texas, Cory Nelson, the FBI Special Agent in Charge for San Antonio, and several ICE officials in Texas requesting information about the specific circumstances of Jaime Zapata's death.[2] Given the FBI's lead role in this investigation, we respectfully ask the following questions related to the Zapata murder:

1)      Was Jaime Zapata armed?  If not, why not?

2)      Was Jaime Zapata traveling in a bulletproof vehicle?  If so, how was he killed inside of the vehicle?

3)      Please describe, in detail, the actual circumstances leading up to, and including, the shooting of Jaime Zapata.

4)      What investigative steps have been taken by the Bureau since the shooting?

Additionally, please provide the following:

5)      Any FBI 302s relating to this investigation.

6)      Any other investigative reports prepared by the Bureau regarding the Zapata murder.

7)      Any photographs of the crime scene taken by FBI personnel.

Please provide the requested documents and information as soon as possible, but no later than noon on July 25, 2011.  If possible, the preference is to receive all documents in electronic format.

If you have any questions regarding these requests, please contact Ranking Member Grassley's office at (202) 224-5225 or in Chairman Issa's office at (202) 225-5074.  We look forward to receiving your response.


____________________________   ______________________________

Darrell Issa, Chairman                       Charles E. Grassley, Ranking Member

Committee on Oversight and                            Committee on the Judiciary

Government Reform                         U.S. Senate

U.S. House of Representatives

cc:        The Honorable Elijah E. Cummings, Ranking Member

U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Oversight and Government Reform

The Honorable Patrick Leahy, Chairman

U.S. Senate, Committee on the Judiciary

[1] Letter from Assistant Attorney General Ronald Weich to Senator Charles E. Grassley (Apr. 12, 2011).

[2] Letter from Benigno Martinez & Raymond Thomas to José Angel Moreno et al. (Jun. 14, 2011).

DES MOINES, IA (07/14/2011)(readMedia)-- Iowa State Fair's free grounds entertainment line-up will fill the Fairgrounds with family fun August 11-21. These grounds acts are just part of the more than half a million dollars of entertainment available to Fairgoers free with gate admission. "Nothing Compares" to this mix of art, music, comedy and animals that is sure to provide fun for all ages!

As the Fair prepares to celebrate 100 years of the Butter Cow, several grounds entertainment artists will pay tribute to the buttery Iowa icon. The Butter Cow will be the focus of a sculpture in the Varied Industries Building by Canstruction, Inc., a group that creates art from canned goods before donating their sculpting material to local food banks. Also sculpting works in honor of the Butter Cow will be the sand sculpting team of Sandscapes in the Patty and Jim Cownie Cultural Center and chainsaw artist A.J. Lutter in Heritage Village.

Several new entertainment areas on the Fairgrounds will provide more entertainment options to Fairgoers. The new Kids' Zone will be packed with kid-friendly food, entertainment and activities for the youngest Fairgoers. Located north of the Paul R. Knapp Animal Learning Center, Kids' Zone includes the Blue Ribbon Kids Club Tent, the Extreme Canines Stunt Dog Show, the Butterfly House and the interactive Little Hands on the Farm.

The Extreme Canines Stunt Dog Show will wow families with its four-legged stars who execute big air stunts, compete in grand prix-style agility racing and soar to new heights in the Extreme Canines High-Jump Challenge, all in addition to performing amazing tricks like jumping rope, dancing and turning back-flips. Shows are daily at 10 a.m., 1 and 4 p.m.

New in 2011, Fairgoers won't want to miss the fun and excitement found in the family-friendly entertainment area located west of the Richard O. Jacobson Exhibition Center. This new area will feature the Swampmaster's Gator Show and the Fearless Flores Thrill Show several times daily.

Starring Swampmaster and native Iowan Jeff Quattrocchi and his band of playful alligators, the Swampmaster's Gator Show provides thrills, laughter, fun facts and edge-of-the-seat entertainment for all. For those looking for even bigger thrills, the Fearless Flores Thrill Show is sure to deliver. From the explosive flight of the human cannonball to the heart-stopping thrills of the Spacewheel and the Motorcycle Raceway in the Sky, this daredevil show is a must-see.

Fairgoers can also enjoy an impressive array of fun family shows across the Fairgrounds. Shenaniguns Wild West Show, a slapstick send-up of the Old West, follows the antics of Sheriff Hoppalong Casually and Deputy Leon P. Jones. This off the wall comedy is sure to provide light-hearted fun for all ages. Shows are daily at noon, 2 and 5 p.m in Walnut Square.

Bandoloni, the one man band, will be strolling the Fairgrounds to impress audiences with his harmonious multitasking. Fairgoers will want to join in the fun as he belts out familiar family favorites while playing guitar, harmonica, tambourine, high-hat, kick-drum, snare and more - all at the same time!

Rounding out the free grounds entertainment, Hedrick's Petting Zoo will allow kids of all ages to get up close and personal with many animals that may not be found in the typical Iowa barn.

"Nothing Compares" to the 2011 Iowa State Fair, celebrating 100 years of the Butter Cow August 11-21. For more information, call 800/545-FAIR or visitwww.iowastatefair.org.

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DUBUQUE, Iowa (July 13, 2011) - Thirty-two Clarke University student-athletes have been named 2010-11 Daktronics - National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Scholar-Athletes. The following area students were named Daktronics - NAIA Scholar-Athletes:

Davenport, IA
Megan Chitty;

In order to be a recipient of the Daktronics - NAIA Scholar-Athlete Award, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved a junior academic status to qualify for the honor.
Clarke is a member of the NAIA and the Midwest Collegiate Conference.

Local Students Named to Dean's List, Honor Roll at University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, Colo. (July 13, 2011) - The local students listed below have been named to the Dean's List of Distinction (Dean's List) or the Dean's Honor Roll (Honor Roll) in recognition of their outstanding scholarship for the 2010-11 academic year at the University of Northern Colorado.
Dean's List (3.75-4.0 grade point average*)

Honor Roll (3.50 to 3.74 grade point average*)

Bettendorf, IA
Honor Roll, Kathleen McNamara;

Rock Island, IL
Dean's List, Margaret Conroy;