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  Augustana College has hired its next provost and vice president for academic affairs.

WVIK News

After years of trying to re-gain control of the riverfront, Davenport may lease a section for truck parking.

Monsanto

Two years and 50 million dollars later, Monsanto will celebrate the completion of a major expansion at its plant in Muscatine. A ribbon cutting will be held Friday morning.

WVIK News

Work is finally, officially underway for the Bend of the Mighty Mississippi - the long awaited redevelopment of the former Case I-H plant site in East Moline. Ground was broken Thursday for a new Hyatt Hotel.

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Stanley Liggins' trial has been postponed again.

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

The current rules for siting large animal confinements in Iowa are not tough enough. That's according to a group called Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement which will hold the latest in a series of public meetings in Davenport Thursday night.

Introducing 'Margins'

Apr 20, 2017
Augustana College

Dr. Christopher Whitt hosts "Margins," a new WVIK podcast featuring conversations with change agents from around the Quad Cities area, as well as across the country. These discussions focus on groups of people who are marginalized politically and socially, and the people working to provide change for those communities.

Courtesy of Andy Abeyta / Quad-City Times

For this week's Big Story in the Quad-City Times, reporter Amanda Hancock went behind the scenes of Ballet Quad Cities, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Computer drawing of a large room with tables, chairs, and large windows with the new, I-74 bridge in the background
http://www.thebendqc.com/ / The Bend on the Mighty Mississippi

Developers and East Moline officials will break ground Thursday on a project they hope will attract lots of people, restaurants, stores, and money. Thirteen years after CNH closed the old International Harvester combine factory, construction of The Bend on the Mighty Mississippi will officially begin.

Once again Black Hawk College is trying to put together a new budget, not knowing how much it'll receive from the state. On Monday, the board of trustees discussed a preliminary budget with staff for the fiscal year beginning July lst.

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