Quad City Times

2019 was a "mixed" year for Lee Enterprises, owner of the Quad City Times and Dispatch-Argus. This week the company which is based in Davenport reported total revenue fell during the fiscal year that ended in September, but revenue and traffic rose for its digital services.

I-74 Bridge Delayed

Nov 15, 2019
Iowa DOT

On Midwest Week, work on the I-74 bridge has been delayed, and not just because of bad weather and high river levels. 

Flickr - "African American Read-In 2013" by Rod Library@UNI

On Midwest Week, Iowa needs minority teachers, but has trouble recruiting them.

Michael Nunn Comes Home

Aug 30, 2019
Don Doxsie - Quad City Times

On Midwest Week, after serving time in prison, a Quad Cities man who was once one of the top boxers in the world, has returned home. 

Andrews Verdict

Jul 17, 2019
Kevin Schmidt, Quad City Times

Not guilty on the most serious charge, but guilty for three others. That was the verdict Wednesday for an Eldridge boy who took a gun to school last year, pointed it at a teacher, and pulled the trigger. 

Flickr - Fort Greene Focus

On Midwest Week, Illinois prepares for the legalization of recreational marijuana.

City of Davenport

On Midwest Week, the Great Flood of 2019 is over, so what did we learn ? And how might we deal with the next one ?

SECC

On Midwest Week, local officials work on plans for a regional, emergency dispatch system for the Illinois and Iowa Quad Cities.

Quad City Times

On Midwest Week, two top athletes and a sports writer will be honored this weekend.

Eric Swalwell - US House

A young Congressman from California will help kick-off a series of forums with presidential candidates in the Quad Cities. On Sunday, Eric Swalwell will be the first to address local residents, sponsored by the Quad City Times, Chamber of Commerce, and Saint Ambrose University.

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