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A carbon capture company is asking Iowa regulators to put a "hold" on its application to build a pipeline.
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CommunityThis is Roald Tweet on Rock Island.Iowa was not always the corn-and-soybeans state. In the 1840s, when she was still a brand-new territory, her principle…
EnvironmentAn engineering firm will help the Quad Cities reduce "forever chemicals" in its water supply.
GovernmentElectric vehicle drivers in Dubuque may have to pay a fee to charge their cars at public charging stations.
CommunityA veteran in East Moline wants to help other veterans find healing and community.
EnvironmentA visiting scholar will discuss ethics and the environment at Augustana College.
GovernmentStarting today, the city says it's changing garbage pickup days to be the same as yard waste collection day.
CommunityThis is Roald Tweet on Rock Island.How many temperance societies does a town need in order to keep its German immigrants from drinking beer? That’s the…
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