Jack Cullen, Quad-City Times

Jack Cullen

Quad-City Times

Rock Island, IL, United States

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Past articles by Jack:

Calling all deer hunters: It's time for the Times, R&R Sports photo contest

R&R Sports, in conjunction with the Quad-City Times, is once again sponsoring the Best Deer Photo Contest now through Jan. 10. → Read More

‘It’s for everybody’: Davenport CrossFit gym offers workouts for people with Down syndrome

The parking lot is packed on a recent weeknight at CrossFit OC3 in Davenport, which looks like a typical warehouse gym from the outside. → Read More

A match made on water: Davenport man follows girlfriend's lead, wins fishing contest

It’s been a life-changing year for Jerry Petersen. → Read More

'Don't rubberneck': Channel Cat offers passengers up-close look at I-74 bridge work

It’s hard not to look, but the Iowa Department of Transportation discourages craning one’s neck while driving to catch a better view of the work on the new Interstate 74 → Read More

'It's uplifting': Christian volunteers offer prayers outside Scott County Courthouse

Nerves got the best of Lu Anne Sisk on Monday as she made her way into the Scott County Courthouse. → Read More

Robotic surgeries improve but don't solve prostate health issues

Less than 2½ hours after Brian Enburg took two puffs of his inhaler and kissed his wife goodbye Friday morning, urologists removed his cancer-ridden prostate and sewed close his stomach. → Read More

Over the edge: Davenport man to rappel down Hotel Blackhawk for 90th birthday, youth mentoring

Under his own power, an adventurous soon-to-be 90-year-old made it this week to the roof of one of the tallest buildings in downtown Davenport. → Read More

Genesis HealthPlex on schedule to open this month in west Davenport

Height and weight scales are in place for patients, and the new Genesis HealthPlex is on schedule to open this month in west Davenport. → Read More

Volunteer board questions Davenport's process of hiring new parks director

A majority of the all-volunteer Davenport Parks and Recreation Advisory Board is frustrated about the lack of involvement it had in the city's recent hiring of a new director. → Read More

Big Story: The 'forgotten part of Iowa' is worth the drive

BURLINGTON, Iowa — Nausea struck almost immediately after hitting the water. → Read More

Littering, illegal activities threaten future of Davenport's Crow Creek Lake

A lone monarch butterfly flutters across the secluded trail as the chirping of birds drones out roaring traffic on U.S. 61. At first sight, Crow Creek Wildlife Management Area on → Read More

DNR: Gear up and plan ahead to avoid river emergencies

A routine post-work cruise Monday evening on the Rock River took a worrisome turn when the engine in Jared Rhodes’ Yamaha WaveRunner died without warning, almost six miles from his → Read More

Iowa's hunting, fishing licenses may increase $3 next year

It may cost a few more dollars to hunt and fish next year in Iowa, but officials say a pending increase in license fees will improve services throughout the state. → Read More

Still following Hill's lead: Scouts, paddlers stay connected after mentor's death

One of the first paddlers to unload her kayak on the shore of the Mississippi River likely logged more miles getting here — on the road and in life — → Read More

Iowa law halts elephant rides at Mississippi Valley Fair

Visitors gravitated toward the pair of elephants on display Thursday at the Mississippi Valley Fair in Davenport. → Read More

Keokuk continues to eye commercial development for former Rhythm City Casino barge

KEOKUK, Iowa — Almost a year after its removal from Davenport’s riverfront, the former Rhythm City Casino barge’s future here is up for grabs. → Read More

Visiting chainsaw artist carves dead ash trees into monumental sculptures

ALEXIS, Ill. — A diseased ash tree recently was transformed into a sculpture of a golden eagle just over the Mercer County line, but it bears no relation to the → Read More

Not all 'load and go': RAGBRAI cyclists relish tour through Davenport ballpark

Ames has Jack Trice Stadium at Iowa State University, Newton has the Iowa Speedway and Davenport has Modern Woodmen Park. → Read More

RAGBRAI: Cyclist crash halts RAGBRAI traffic

Bike traffic was temporarily halted about 12:15 p.m. Saturday outside of Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport after a male cyclist crashed near the riverfront trail. He was transported from the → Read More

Fisherwomen reel in crappie, rock bass to win Best, not biggest, Fish Photo Contest

There are bigger fish to fry, but two anglers proved this month size does not necessarily bring home the gold in the Quad-City Times' Best Fish Photo Contest. → Read More