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Josh Lamberty


Virginia, MN, United States

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Past articles by Josh:

One person dead, one other hurt in Friday Davenport apartment fire

When fire crews arrived, they found flames coming from front windows on two floors of a two-story, multi-family apartment building, according to a press release. → Read More

Salvation Army officer sleeping in red kettle until yearly goal is reached

On Wednesday afternoon, Lt. Lucas Gantner said the community had raised about $120,000 of the $190,000 goal. → Read More

With increasing enrollment, Pleasant Valley is expanding 2 schools

The junior high and one elementary school will add more classroom space by the fall of 2024. → Read More

Mississippi River Trail to close Monday in Bettendorf and Riverdale

The construction along the Mississippi River Trail will allow MidAdmerican Energy crews to work on an infrastructure improvement and utility project in the area. → Read More

Davenport mother remembers daughter with book about cancer fight

About six years ago, Lindsay Thul was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast Cancer. It is a rare and aggressive form of the disease. → Read More

Moline city leaders exploring additional bike path options

City leaders want to hear from the community about new bike path options. A survey is open through the end of the day on Friday. → Read More

Scene clear along 12th Street in Davenport following heavy law enforcement presence

12th Street has since reopened and an armored vehicle has left the scene as of 4:12 p.m. → Read More

Bettendorf School Board holds special meeting to discuss superintendent

Board members spent about 90 minutes discussing Morse's performance. Board members Paul Castro and Michael Pyevich were not present. → Read More

Illinois Republican gubernatorial hopefuls visit Quad Cities area

Both candidates believe, however, Gov. J.B. Pritzker is trying to influence the Republican primary election with recent advertising. → Read More

1 year later: Here's a look at how many tickets were issued by LeClaire's speed cameras so far

The cameras are located on Interstate 80 and on U.S. 67 south of town within the city limits of LeClaire. → Read More

Former Scott County dispatcher wins Iowa Supreme Court case over workers compensation claim

Tripp left her job as a dispatcher in December 2021. She now works for the State of Iowa as a re-employment case manager. → Read More

Crews battle house fire in Davenport Saturday

Crews with the Davenport Fire Department responded to the fire at approximately 2 p.m. Saturday, May 28. → Read More

Thousands of flags placed at graves at Rock Island National Cemetery

Thousands of flags now accompany grave sites at the Rock Island National Cemetery on Arsenal Island. → Read More

Rock Island Arsenal celebrating 160 years this weekend

The event runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. That includes the annual 5k and 10k runs as well as entertainment all day. → Read More

Alpha volunteers line U.S. Hwy. 150 with blue ribbons in honor of Deputy Weist

A memorial service is scheduled for May 7, 2022, at Galesburg High School. That service starts at 2 p.m. → Read More

Got plants? Protect them from a regionwide freeze warning in the Quad Cities

A store owner said many of the perennial plants are still outside, but the annuals they have for sale cannot handle the potential freezing temperatures overnight. → Read More

Moline Little League dedicates Riverside Park field in honor of Derek Lindauer

The Moline Little League season will start on Monday. Games will be played on Derek Lindauer Field every day through the middle of June. → Read More

Muscatine robotics team on their way to world championship

Muscatine High school Students are about to make a trip to Houston, Texas, next week, and they will be bringing an after-school project with them. → Read More

Illinois lawmakers propose tax cut for volunteer first responders

A bill passed through the Illinois Senate would provide volunteer emergency workers with a $500 tax credit. → Read More

Farmers attending 'Gathering of the Green' express concern for global market amid Ukraine crisis

One farmer at "Gathering of the Green" said prices for bread are already rising at the grocery store. He expects prices of other everyday goods to increase as well. → Read More