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Rock Island County Forest Preserve Commission
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After months of research and discussion, the newest nature preserve in Rock Island County has a name. Last week, the Forest Preserve Commission announced it'll be called the "Amowa Forest Preserve."
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    Nearing the end of his two-week, 102-county tour, on Monday afternoon Republican candidate for Illinois Governor Darren Bailey stopped at Elliot Aviation the Quad Cities International Airport.
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