- Super Bowl crosses into the absurd If ever there was a straight laced operation, it would be the National Football League. So how does one explain Media Day, the pre-Super Bowl event that is mostly a silly, goofy, absurd showcase to let the world's press -- and about anyone else with
Kudos to Bettendorf business that donated to Humane Society
Shop local? That is what I usually do except for on the rare occasions of going to the Quad-City area or for shopping online.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Reader thankful for donation to Humane Society
Thank you very much to Schebler Heating and Air of Bettendorf.
Such a thoughtful and generous donation of a new heating system (including labor) for Clinton County’s Humane Society.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Vote no on Easton Valley tax issues
Easton Valley supporters promised us that taxes would stay low. It hasn’t even been a year and they are asking us to vote to increase property taxes this Tuesday.
- The art of negotiating The art of the negotiation takes years to master. Whether seeking a small salary hike or closing a multi-million dollar deal, negotiating is a game of chess that requires guts and great timing. My negotiating skills aren't necessarily that great, b
YOUNGQUIST: Black History program slated at Clinton Public Library
Join the Mother/Daughter Book Club for children ages 7-12 and their moms. The book for January is “The Sisters 8: Annie’s Adventures” by Lauren Baratz-Logsted. Registration required. The club will meet at the Lyons Branch Library at 6 p.m. today to discuss the book and do fun activities.
Easton Valley board member details issues on vote set for February 4
On Tuesday, Feb. 4, from noon to 8 p.m. at Miles City Hall, residents of Easton Valley will be deciding on two ballot issues. It was suggested by Jackson County auditor's office and agreed upon by the Easton Valley Board to have a central polling pla
Former City Council members speak out
We, the four 2010-2013 council members who were elected in November of 2009, feel that much of th
- Joining the years of yesterdays The old year tottered on its way worn, tired and weary. Now another whole new year is given to us on loan. What will the world choose to do with it? With great hope we look to the leaders of the world to choose cautiously and wisely. This is the time
- We're too sensitive When did society become so sensitive? Possibly the advent of the Internet has drawn more attention to our inability to accept other people's culture and point of views, but after Richard Sherman's attempt at cutting a promo for the WWE on Sunday afte
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