Tori Charnetzki

WVIK News Intern

Life After Hate

Dec 11, 2017
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 Is there life after hate? The answer is yes for Frank Meeink who was the keynote speaker on Saturday during the Symposium Against Hate organized by One Human Family QCA. 

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Teenagers at a local high school continued a tradition of honoring veterans. Today, ROTC students at Davenport Central High School recognized alumni who were killed while serving in the military. 

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The holidays are a time of food, family, and fire hazards. This morning, the Davenport Fire Department reminded people to prevent fires over Christmas and New Year’s. That's when it receives more emergency calls.

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This month and next, a local campus is "draining the swamp".  Earlier this week, a crew drained the Augustana Slough. 

After a long weekend of eating and shopping, non-profits are asking people to think about charity.

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People looking for work now have one place to go for job and unemployment services. This morning in Rock Island, the Illinois Department of Employment Security held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new American Job Center. The office features walk-in employment services as well as a call center that will serve people statewide. 

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