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This winter, people who use Government bridge to cross the Mississippi River have noticed a big crane and lots of workers at Lock 15 in the Quad Cities.
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  • Environment
    Work will probably begin next summer to upgrade the Riverside Family Aquatic Center in Moline. Thursday afternoon the Park Board is expected to approve hiring a company to design the project.
  • Community
    This is Roald Tweet on Rock Island.Had a certain steamboat threading its way down the Ohio River in the summer of 1838 had the good grace to explode…
  • In Whiteside County, officials are working on plans to reduce the future damage from severe weather. Thursday afternoon the All Hazards Mitigation Planning Committee will meet to continue discussing possible projects.
  • Community
    This is Roald Tweet on Rock Island.In the last chapter of Walden, Henry David Thoreau suggested that even dreamers needed to build a practical, sturdy…
  • Community
    Good Morning, this is your Wellness Wake Up Call with Kristin Bogdonas, nutrition and wellness educator for University of Illinois Extension, serving Rock Island, Henry, Mercer, and Stark Counties. Joining us today is Flora Denton, dietetic intern for the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.
  • Economy
    Hoping to get people back to work and boost the local economy, Moline wants to improve access to child care. Tuesday night the city council will consider using 500,000 dollars from its ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funds to offer forgivable loans.
  • Community
    This is Roald Tweet on Rock Island.By the time the City of Rock Island got around to establishing a public school system for its 800 children, the city…
  • WVIK, Quad Cities NPR, has named Jared Johnson as its new Station Manager.
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