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News headlines for the evening of Wednesday, August 9, 2017

submitted / Clinton County Auditor's office

The Clinton County Courthouse will reopen Friday morning. Last Thursday, it was evacuated after workers found a support beam had fallen on the basement floor. 

submitted / Clinton LumberKings

For the third time this season, the Clinton LumberKings will have to get used to a new manager. Today, the team announced Manager David Macias has resigned after coaching only 45 games in the second half of the season.

CASI

 

A new support group for senior citizens recently diagnosed with Alzheimer's is meant to teach them about what to expect from the disease. 

Scott County Conservation Board

New options will soon be available for people who want to spend a weekend in a park, but not really "rough it." Wednesday afternoon,  the Scott County Conservation Board will hold a ribbon cutting for two new cabins in West Lake Park, adjacent to the Summit Campground.

News headlines for August 9, 2017

Wendy Caldwell / The Monarch Lab

The first Monarch blitz is over, and 300 people in the US participated by counting eggs, caterpillars, chrysalides, and butterflies. The citizen scientists then submitted their findings to the Monarch Lab at the University of Minnesota.

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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

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News Headlines for the evening of  August 8, 2017

Rock Island Police Department

A Rock Island man is unfit to stand trial for two counts of first degree murder. 

Adam Barhan / Flickr

For craft beer fans, it's a problem all too common: you go out with your friends after a hard day's work, drive all the way to that one bar that has your favorite draft — only to find the kegs have run dry.

Dan Bush wants to make sure that never happens at Armored Gardens, the barbecue restaurant and bar he'll open in downtown Davenport this fall.

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