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Visit Quad Cities

Even though very few people are traveling these days due to the pandemic, local residents need to remember how important tourism is to our local economy. That's why Visit Quad Cities will celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week this week.

WVIK News

Despite the pandemic and the closing of schools, Moline is still holding out hope for a commencement ceremony. Tuesday graduating seniors drove up to the high school, stayed in their cars, and were handed their caps and gowns by school staff. 

Just hours before it was scheduled to begin, the Missouri Valley Conference women's basketball tournament has been canceled. The first games were set for Thursday night at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline. 

WVIK News

The Quad City Storm are helping people affected by cancer honor their loved ones. For the second year, the team is hosting "Paint the Ice," a chance for local residents to paint the names of others who have fought cancer on the ice at the TaxSlayer Center.

Annual Christmas Tree Raised by TaxSlayer Center

Nov 7, 2019
Zach Wilson, WVIK News

For the 26th year, downtown Moline will enjoy its very own Christmas tree. Thursday morning, the TaxSlayer Center used a crane to raise the tree, which is 30 to 35 feet tall. 

QC Storm Paints Ice to Honor Military

Nov 6, 2019
Zach Wilson, WVIK News

The Quad City Storm are honoring veterans in a unique way. On Tuesday, the team invited people to come to the TaxSlayer Center in Moline and write the names on the ice of friends and family who have served in the military. 

QC Storm Has First Team Skate

Oct 9, 2019
Zach Wilson, WVIK News

Professional hockey in the Quad Cities is back.

Hockey will return to the Quad Cities in the fall. Tuesday the Quad City Storm released the schedule for their second season in the Southern Professional Hockey League.

More than 600 students will officially complete their undergraduate studies this weekend. Augustana College will hold its spring commencement on Sunday at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline.

MVC Happy with Latest Tournament

Mar 20, 2019

About 8,000 people came to the Quad Cities this past weekend for basketball, and they'll be back next year.

The Missouri Valley Conference women's tournament ended Sunday, but it already agreed to return to the TaxSlayer Center through 2021. 

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