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Students at Augustana College will once again try to tackle a lead contamination problem in Scott County.

Lincoln School Sold

Aug 29, 2017
WVIK News

A company that specializes in building affordable housing is the new owner of a former school in Davenport. Monday night the board of education voted to sell the Lincoln School to the D-J Land Company which is a division of The Woda Group based in Westerville, Ohio.

State Charges Tate

Aug 28, 2017
Davenport School District

The state of Iowa may "throw the book" at Davenport Superintendent Art Tate. But not until next year. 

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For years, Palmer Chiropractic College has allowed the YMCA to use one of its properties as a preschool. And now the school has given it to the organization.

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Mini-refrigerators, sleek shelving units, and even a pet fish were among the items moving in with incoming students at Augustana College last week before classes began on Monday. 

WVIK

Mini-refrigerators, sleek shelving units, and even a pet fish were among the items moving in with incoming students at Augustana College on Thursday.

WVIK News

A private school in Bettendorf can now enroll "boarding" students once again. Friday Rivermont Collegiate held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the renovation of the Carriage House into co-ed living space for up to 16 students, with two faculty apartments and a commons area and classroom.

WVIK News / WVIK Quad Cities NPR

A long and expensive renovation project is nearly finished at Augustana College. Final cleaning and touch-up is going on, as students prepare to move in next week to Westerlin Residence Hall, on the campus in Rock Island.

Residents of the Iowa Quad Cities will have plenty of choices to make when they go to the polls next month for school board elections. There'll be races on the ballot in each of the four school districts in Scott County.

WVIK Staff

The East Moline school district says its one step closer to running out of money after the board moved to borrow $1.5 million from its own savings account.

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