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BHC

Nominate a BHC alum for 2023 Hall of Fame

Do you know a Black Hawk College graduate who can stand shoulder to shoulder with fellow alumni including the late U.S. Rep. Lane Evans;...
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QC unemployment drops to 3.5% in October 

The Quad Cities unemployment rate decreased to 3.5% in October as jobs grew over the year in the region as well as all of...
Putnam Museum

What’s at Putnam? Why, it’s the Polar Express PJ Party

From Thursday-Sunday, Dec. 15-18, a decade-old Putnam Museum and Science Center Christmas holiday tradition will be back again in full force: The Polar Express...
I-74 Bridge

Global excellence award calls I-74 bridge ‘engineering marvel’

Hardware is still piling up for the Quad Cities’ unique Interstate 74 Bridge after the innovative basket-handle structure was awarded a Structural Engineering Excellence...
Deere-Wiman House

Deere sites will shine Dec. 4 in all their holiday glory

The 150th Anniversary celebration of Moline’s Deere-Wiman House continues Sunday, Dec. 4 with a 19th Century Christmas – an annual tradition celebrated by the...

MLK Center posts record-blasting holiday meal service

Rock Island’s Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center inspired greatness by serving up more than 7,000 free, delicious holiday meals in the Quad Cities...
Cassie Behr

MercyOne honors Cassie Behr with DAISY Award

Clinton, Iowa – A MercyOne Clinton Medical Center nurse has won the DAISY Award, recognizing her exceptional care in cardiac services. Cassie Behr, BSN, RN,...
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Illinois hits 17 months of job growth despite jobless rate rise

Illinois’ statewide unemployment rate rose slightly in October even as the state marked its 17th consecutive month of job growth.  The Illinois Department of Employment...

Winter has arrived at the Putnam’s Build! Create! Innovate!

The Putnam Museum and Science Center is calling all Quad Cities adults and youth of all ages to take advantage of the triumphant winter...

$136K Carver grant will expand WIU-QC science program

Science labs at Western Illinois University’s Quad Cities campus will be upgraded and science offerings expanded through a $136,919 grant awarded by the Roy...

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