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Recent articles by Marci:

Moline-Coal Valley Schools offering incentives in effort to fill substitute teacher positions

Substitutes can earn up to $1,200 if they sub for eighty days. → Read More

Thousands walk across new I-74 bridge in celebration

The new I-74 bridge has been in the making for decades and is a Quad City milestone many were excited to participate in. → Read More

Studies show ‘long-haul COVID-19′ affecting multiple age groups

Studies are showing people are still suffering across age groups weeks after having COVID-19. → Read More

UAW strikes at John Deere amid national labor shortage

The workforce is scarce with over nine million job openings in the country according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor. → Read More

John Deere, union extend contract Friday

On Sept. 12, UAW voted to pass a strike authorization, with no indication on when they will strike, it just authorizes them to do so if they deem it necessary. → Read More

World Relief Quad Cities looking for Airbnb hosts to house Afghan refugees

150 afghan refugees will arrive in the Quad Cities between now and March 2022. → Read More

First week of mask mandate at Muscatine and Burlington schools

In Muscatine, protestors gathered outside the school district administration building Wednesday morning. → Read More

USP Thomson union secures 25% retention bonus to help with understaffing

Now with retention bonus approval and authority for direct-hire, prison staff hope they can retain employees and improve working conditions. → Read More

Habitat for Humanity burglarized twice within one week

Nearby businesses captured video of people loading construction equipment into a white sedan and SUV. → Read More

Health experts provide guidelines for Labor Day travel, celebrations

As thousands travel, this weekend health officials urge vaccination to prevent another holiday spike. → Read More

UnityPoint, Genesis stretched for resources as COVID-19 hospitalizations rise

Genesis officials say at times patients are being transferred as far as four hours away for an available ICU bed. → Read More

Health experts recommend masking indoor public spaces regardless of vaccination status

The CDC recommends masking indoor public spaces regardless of vaccination status in high transmission areas. → Read More

UnityPoint reports surge of RSV in kids amid COVID-19 pandemic

The surge comes as kids head back to school and cases of the COVID-19 delta variant climb. → Read More

Rock Island-Milan School District prepares for first day of school

Masks will be recommended for seventh through twelfth graders and required for elementary students. → Read More

CDC advisory committee discuss COVID-19 booster shots

Those immunocompromised may need a booster shot for better protection. → Read More

Pritzker expands telehealth access across state

The law also prevents insurers from requiring patients to provide a reason for a virtual appointment over an in-person visit. → Read More

Davenport, Bettendorf, Scott County move forward with youth assessment program to prevent juvenile crime

The program will connect youth and families to services without requiring involvement with the justice system. → Read More

Get vaccinated Saturday, earn a free Ferris wheel ride at Modern Woodmen Park

The ride along the Davenport skyline is another incentive to increase low vaccination numbers among young adults. → Read More

Eldridge celebrates 150 years with sesquicentennial celebration

The pandemic canceled the annual parade and festival last year. → Read More

Amazon coming to Davenport, bringing 1,000 jobs

Amazon will employ about 1,000 people in the QC. Starting pay is $16 per hour with benefits. → Read More