Alma Gaul, Quad-City Times

Alma Gaul

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Past articles by Alma:

Damage at Davenport's City Cemetery

An unidentified vehicle plowed through a section of fence overnight Saturday at Davenport City Cemetery, damaging three sections of fence, dislodging several headstones and leaving behind a swath of broken → Read More

Standing room only for 'Opera 101'

A standing-room-only crowd at the Bettendorf Library on a Thursday in winter signals something good. → Read More

Q-C Afghans making (slow) progress on legal status

Afghans who are resettling in the Quad-Cities are encountering delays in achieving legal status, despite emergency funding that is supposed to help. → Read More

Capitol Theatre renovation nears finish

The new promoter for the Capitol Theatre in Davenport has some serious Iowa entertainment chops. → Read More

Public discussions on soil and water conservation

Soil and water conservation will be on tap at a public-invitation event this week. → Read More

'Safe spot' also filled with laughter, energy

Welcome to the Treat House. → Read More

Project Renewal helps stabilize neighborhood

Project Renewal's growth continues to impact its neighborhood. → Read More

Film series attracts high school, college involvement

When organizers of last year’s Environmental Film Fest met to assess the season, a big concern was the lack of young people attending the Sunday afternoon screenings. Why didn’t they → Read More

World Relief nabs big grant to help refugees in Quad-Cities

The local office of World Relief is getting a big-dollar grant to help with the ongoing resettlement efforts of Afghan refugees in the Quad-Cities. → Read More

More trails, new classrooms part of Nahant planning

Among the goals for Nahant Marsh is to expand recreation trails at the west-Davenport preserve. → Read More

Food bank, Nahant partner on land purchase

A new partnership between Nahant Marsh and River Bend Food Bank is supplying growing room for both organizations. → Read More

Nahant has new master plan, public invited to comment

Nahant Marsh in Davenport is inviting public input on its new master plan. → Read More

Birds, replanting, predictions: Conference examines dissonance with nature

“What has to happen is that we need to re-think our relationship with nature.” → Read More

‘Long-arm’ quilting becomes specialty

Look at the front of a quilt and you see colorful pieces of fabric arranged to make a pleasing work of art. → Read More

Antique show features candy company artifacts

They were billed as “the best chocolates on earth for the best girl on earth.” → Read More

Most Afghans are stuck in ‘legal limbo’

Yes Afghans need housing, need jobs, need to learn English. → Read More

COMMENTARY Reporter also does volunteer work

Watching the images on TV of Afghans scrambling to get out of Kabul was heart-wrenching. → Read More

A fish story: Gardeners’ koi beset by problems

Four private gardens will be featured in the Clinton County Garden Walk. → Read More

Historic Forest Grove school, home receive state awards

Two Quad-City properties – the old Forest Grove School in Bettendorf and a showy mansion in Davenport’s historic Gold Coast neighborhood – have won top awards for historic preservation from → Read More

Restored 1873 Forest Grove School opens for reenactments

Students are once again attending class in the 1873 Forest Grove School in Bettendorf. → Read More