being established, the repeat of news on WBQD was eventually dropped. KGCW continues repeating the previous night's KLJB show at 5 in the morning. On September 12, 2011, WQAD became the last major news operation in the Quad Cities market to upgrade its newscasts to high definition (high-definition television). The KLJB broadcasts were included in the upgrade. Logo Location Rock Island (Rock Island, Illinois) Moline, Illinois Muscatine, Iowa and Bettendorf, Iowa State '''Trinity Medical Center''' is a group of medical facilities based out of the Quad Cities of Illinois and Iowa. Its parent company is Trinity Regional Health System. The main campus, Trinity Rock Island, is in Rock Island, Illinois, with Trinity Moline in Moline, Illinois and Trinity Bettendorf in Bettendorf, Iowa. In 2010, Trinity acquired Unity Medical Center in Muscatine, Iowa, later renaming the facility Trinity Muscatine. The health system is a senior affiliate of the Iowa Health System, the state's first and largest integrated health care system. It is one of two main health care providers in the Quad Cities area, the other being Genesis Health System. '''WKBF''' is a radio station licensed to Rock Island, Illinois, and carries a Spanish Regional Music format. The station's frequency is 1270 kHz, and broadcasts at a power of 5 kW. Its transmitter is located on 22nd Avenue (Old Colona Road) in Moline (Moline, Illinois), alongside the Moline–East Moline (East Moline, Illinois) border just off of 53rd Street and Avenue of the Cities. *Maratha Light Infantry, a regiment of the Indian Army, also known as ''Ganpats''. *The IATA airport code for Quad City International Airport in Moline, Illinois, United States. *Multi-layer insulation, the gold-colored thermal insulation often seen on spacecraft. 05 07 1997 align left . Quad Cities to LaSalle–Peru U.S. Route 6 crosses the I-74 Bridge from Bettendorf, Iowa south into Moline (Moline, Illinois), concurrent (Concurrency (road)) with Interstate 74. It remains with Interstate 74 for 5 miles (8 km) until the intersection with Interstate 280 (Interstate 280 (Illinois-Iowa)) south of the Rock River (Rock River (Mississippi River)). U.S. 6 then turns east at the Quad Cities International Airport. It intersects Interstate 80 as it leaves the Quad Cities area, and closely parallels I-80 for the rest of its length in Illinois.
and 1980s and are of various styles. One of the most beautiful homes in the neighborhood can be seen from the parking lot of Jane Addams Elementary School. It is a two story white home with 4 large columns. Homewood is also home to the Playcrafter's Barn Theater, a long-running home for community theater. Homewood, Wildwood, and Heritage are among the more heavily wooded neighborhoods in the city, and consequently, both suffered heavy damage in the derecho which swept through Moline
''': Quad City population is equivalent to adding up the populations of Scott County, Iowa and Rock Island (Rock Island County, IL), Mercer (Mercer County, IL), and Henry (Henry County, IL) Counties in Illinois. The city is home to Rock Island Arsenal, the largest government-owned weapons manufacturing arsenal in the US, which employs 6,000 people.
newspaper weekend 2011 0409 1224294270946.html An Irish starchitect: the iconic buildings that have made Kevin Roche's reputation The Irish Times newspaper, 9 April 2011 In 1954, he became the Principal Design Associate to Eero Saarinen and assisted him on all of the projects from that time until Eero Saarinen's death in September 1961. Roche completed 12 major unfinished Saarinen projects, including some of Saarinen's best-known work: the Gateway Arch, the expressionistic TWA
hockey team competing in the AA level United Hockey League. The Mallards played their home games at The MARK of the Quad Cities in Moline, Illinois. Their team colors were forest green and burgundy. They won the Colonial Cup (Colonial Cup (hockey)) in 1997, 1998 and 2001, and the Tarry Cup in 1998, 2000, 2001 and 2002. The Mallards won 50 or more games in 6 consecutive seasons, from 1996-97 to 2001-02, a professional hockey record. http: www.qctimes.com articles 2002 03 18 mallards export31148.txt Quad City Times Article: Mallards Extend Streak of Excellence - March 18th, 2002 They were also known for never having missed the playoffs in their years of existence. Historically, the Mallards enjoyed heated and spirited rivalries with the Flint Generals, Muskegon Fury and Rockford IceHogs. The '''i wireless Center''' is a 12,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Moline, Illinois. The arena has garnered numerous architectural industry awards since its construction. The facility opened in May 1993, under the name '''The MARK of the Quad Cities''' with the singer Neil Diamond as the opening act. State funding for junior college operations was first appropriated in 1955. Seven new public junior colleges were established in Illinois between 1955 and 1962, bringing the total to 18. Rock Island (Rock Island, Illinois), Moline (Moline, Illinois), and East Moline (East Moline, Illinois) joined to form Black Hawk College in 1961, the first junior college created separate from a common school district. Early life Bartlett was born in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, the daughter of Carrie and E.E. Bartlett, Bonnie Bartlett Biography (1929-) and raised in Moline, Illinois. Her father was an insurance salesman and a failed actor, and she was determined to live out his dream. Bartlett met her husband, actor William Daniels at Northwestern University. They were married on June 30, 1951. In 1961, she gave birth to a son, who died just 24 hours later. They later adopted two children: Michael, who became an assistant director and stage manager in Los Angeles, and Robert, who became an artist and computer graphics designer based in New York City. In the fall of 2000, she was an honoree at Moline High School in Moline, Illinois. Her plaque sits in a viewing window in the auditorium lobby at the school. Bartlett is an active member of Screen Actors Guild and currently serves on its National Board of Directors. Screen Actors Guild National Board of Directors '''Quad Cities Generating Station''' is a two-unit nuclear power plant located near Cordova, Illinois, USA on the Mississippi River. The two General Electric boiling water reactors give the plant a total electric capacity of approximately 1,824 MW (Megawatt). It was named for the nearby cities of Moline, Illinois, Rock Island, Illinois, Davenport, Iowa, East Moline, Illinois, and Bettendorf, Iowa — known as the Quad Cities. After being on hiatus for six seasons, the Barnstormers played their first regular season game of 2008, falling at the Louisville Fire 58–28 on March 29, 2008. The following week, they would return home for a Monday Night primetime match-up with the Lexington Horsemen on April 14, 2008. In the debut of Arena Football at the Wells Fargo Arena (Wells Fargo Arena (Des Moines)), the Barnstormers lost a close 43–41 contest. The next week, Iowa won their first regular season match-up since 2001 (their 75th overall), defeating the Quad City Steamwheelers 58–38 on April 19 in Moline, Illinois. The team would win their first home game at the Wells Fargo Arena (Wells Fargo Arena (Des Moines)) on April 26, 2008, defeating the Stockton Lightning 47–24. Born in Moline (Moline, Illinois), Illinois, Johnson's recent books include ''Lulu in Marrakech'' (2008), ''L'Affaire'' (2003), ''Le Mariage'' (2000), and ''Le Divorce'' (1997) for which she was a National Book Award finalist and the winner of the California Book Awards gold medal for fiction. DATE OF BIRTH April 28, 1934 PLACE OF BIRTH Moline (Moline, Illinois), Illinois, United States DATE OF DEATH By this time, several other companies had begun to build and sell tractors, but the Waterloo Boy was easily one of most popular. In 1918, Deere & Company, a farm equipment company based in Moline, Illinois purchased the Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company for $2,200,000. Deere & Company had been anxious to enter the growing tractor market, but its own initial designs had proved unsuccessful. Executives at Deere & Company decided to purchase the Waterloo Gasoline Engine Co. because field tests indicated that the Waterloo Boy tractor had the best performance. After the sale was completed, the company became known as the John Deere Tractor Company, but tractors produced by the company continued to be sold under the Waterloo Boy name until 1923, when the John Deere Model D was introduced. The '''Interstate 74 Bridge''', originally known as the '''Iowa-Illinois Memorial Bridge''', and often called ''The Twin Bridges'', or the ''I-74 Bridge'', is a pair of suspension bridges that cross the Mississippi River and connect Bettendorf, Iowa and Moline, Illinois. It is located near the geographic center of the Quad Cities. . Quad Cities to LaSalle–Peru U.S. Route 6 crosses the I-74 Bridge from Bettendorf, Iowa south into Moline (Moline, Illinois), concurrent (Concurrency (road)) with Interstate 74. It remains with Interstate 74 for 5 miles (8 km) until the intersection with Interstate 280 (Interstate 280 (Illinois-Iowa)) south of the Rock River (Rock River (Mississippi River)). U.S. 6 then turns east at the Quad Cities International Airport. It intersects Interstate 80 as it leaves the Quad Cities area, and closely parallels I-80 for the rest of its length in Illinois.
was generally an orderly affair. The street grid remained a set of rectangular blocks, and though no zoning commission or local authority directly oversaw construction, the unwritten code of carpenters, masons, and citizens kept the city a well-planned place. Temperance (Temperance movement) societies and lyceums joined other reform movements and social organizations in prominence within the community. William Roba, ''The River and the Prairie: A History of the Quad-Cities
as a city under a mayor aldermanic form of government on April 21, 1872, and John Deere, the longtime resident and entrepreneur, was defeated by Daniel Wheelock, a newcomer, for the first mayorship. Roba, p. 86. Belgian and Swedish immigrants began arriving in a huge influx, settling into a neighborhood on the bluffs in the southwestern part of the city. Belgian immigrants came predominantly to work in the fledgling auto industry in Moline, Velie Motor Corporation Velie
Times'', Davenport, Iowa, Feb. 22, 1976, p. 2D. The widespread prosperity attracted wave upon wave of immigrants, and Moline's immigrant workers often sent for their extended families in the Old Country to join them in America. The 1910 census showed the Tri-Cities metro area to have the second highest per-capita income in the United States. Roba, p. 97. By the 1920s and 1930s, the appearance of East Moline in Illinois and Bettendorf in Iowa reflected
of sidewalks. Jane Sturgis, ''Moline: The Golden Years'', In fulfillment of Art 400A, Tennessee State University, Nashville, 1987. Recognizing a need for more recreational space, Riverside Park was established in 1902 near present-day 34th Street on the waterfront, and the Tri-City Railway Company opened Prospect Park in the southern part of the city in 1911 as an amusement park. Julie Jensen, "Moline: Of Mills and Mansions…" ''Quad-City Times'', Davenport, Iowa, Feb. 22, 1976, p. 2D. The widespread prosperity attracted wave upon wave of immigrants, and Moline's immigrant workers often sent for their extended families in the Old Country to join them in America. The 1910 census showed the Tri-Cities metro area to have the second highest per-capita income in the United States. Roba, p. 97. By the 1920s and 1930s, the appearance of East Moline in Illinois and Bettendorf in Iowa reflected the further growth and diversification of the region. Moline emerged as a retail, transportation, and cultural hub on the Illinois side of the river. The first metropolitan airfield, the Moline Airport, opened in 1926 and later provided commercial air service to Chicago and St. Louis. Roba, p. 123. With federal funds from the Works Progress Administration, the Iowa-Illinois Memorial Bridge (I-74 Bridge), a single-span, two-lane highway bridge built for automotive traffic, was concluded between Moline and Davenport in 1935 and quickly became the preferred method for interstate transit. Roba, p. 124. A bustling retail sector emerged in downtown Moline, anchored by merchants like the New York Store, Sears & Roebuck, and JC Penney. Roba, p. 106. The economic reliance on the farm implement industry continued as Deere & Company emerged to become the largest agricultural machinery company in the world. Colonel Charles Deere Wiman, the President of Deere & Company, re-affirmed Deere's commitment to the Quad-Cities region by building several new factories in Moline, East Moline, Silvis (Silvis, Illinois), and Milan
to the audience for not being able to deliver the encore performance. A physician examined Spears and indicated that it was not related to a previous knee injury in 1999 during a dance rehearsal.
Center Mark of the Quad Cities , Moline (Moline, Illinois), Illinois align left - MLI KMLI Quad City International Airport Moline, Illinois, United States - As a result, the Tri-Cities Blackhawks drafted Cousy, but the point guard was unenthusiastic about his new employer. Cousy was trying to establish a driving school (Driver's education) in Worcester, Massachusetts and did not want to move into a left field consisting of three small towns of Moline (Moline, Illinois), Rock Island (Rock Island, Illinois) and Davenport (Davenport, Iowa). As compensation for having to give up his driving school, Cousy demanded a salary of $10,000 from Blackhawks owner Bob Kerner. When Kerner only offered him $6,000, Cousy refused to report. The latter was then picked up by the Chicago Stags, but when they folded, league Commissioner Maurice Podoloff declared three Stags available for a dispersal draft: Stags scoring champion Max Zaslofsky, Andy Phillip and Cousy. Walter A. Brown, owner of the Boston Celtics, was one of the three club bosses invited. He later made it clear that he was hoping for Zaslofsky, would have tolerated Phillip, and did not want Cousy. When the Celtics drew Cousy, Brown confessed: "I could have fallen to the floor." Hence, Cousy became a Celtic, with Brown reluctantly giving him a $9,000 salary. Evans faced almost no opposition in his next four campaigns, reflecting the growing influence of Moline (Moline, Illinois) and Rock Island in what had once been a very rural district. In 1994, however, Evans only won by nine points over an unknown Republican who spent almost no money. This emboldened the Republicans for 1996, when Evans faced Mark Baker, an anchor at WGEM-TV in Quincy (Quincy, Illinois) (the third-largest city in the district). Even though Bill Clinton carried the district by a healthy 30,000 votes, Evans defeated Baker by only five percentage points. A 1998 rematch was even closer, with Evans only winning by 6,000 votes. A third run by Baker in 2000 saw Evans win by almost 10 points. Redistricting after the 2000 census made Evans much safer. Decatur (Decatur, Illinois) and part of Springfield (Springfield, Illinois) were added while some more rural areas were taken out. The redistricting process, guided by House Speaker (Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives) and 14th District Congressman Dennis Hastert and 3rd District Congressman Bill Lipinski, solidified the holdings of many Illinois incumbents. Evans was re-elected in 2002 and 2004 by margins similar to those he scored in the 1980s and early 1990s. LaHood was director of the Rock Island County Youth Services Bureau and then district administrative assistant for U.S. congressman Tom Railsback, a Moline, Illinois Republican, from 1977 to 1982. . Quad Cities to LaSalle–Peru U.S. Route 6 crosses the I-74 Bridge from Bettendorf, Iowa south into Moline (Moline, Illinois), concurrent (Concurrency (road)) with Interstate 74. It remains with Interstate 74 for 5 miles (8 km) until the intersection with Interstate 280 (Interstate 280 (Illinois-Iowa)) south of the Rock River (Rock River (Mississippi River)). U.S. 6 then turns east at the Quad Cities International Airport. It intersects Interstate 80 as it leaves the Quad Cities area, and closely parallels I-80 for the rest of its length in Illinois.
of the Dust Bowl, was particularly extreme, setting the records for annual number of daily highs reaching 90 °F (59) and 100 °F (21), as well as the hottest month on record; July averaged readings are even rarer; the last occurrence of each was July 25, 2012 and February 11, 2014. The average window for freezing
'''Moline''' ( ) is a city located in Rock Island County, Illinois, United States, with a population of 43,977 in 2010. url http: www.census.gov geo www gazetteer files 2010_place_list_17.txt title 2010 Census U.S. Gazetteer Files for Places – Illinois publisher United States Census accessdate 2012-10-13 Moline is one of the Quad Cities, along with neighboring East Moline (East Moline, Illinois) and Rock Island (Rock Island, Illinois) in Illinois and the cities of Davenport (Davenport, Iowa) and Bettendorf (Bettendorf, Iowa) in Iowa. The Quad Cities has a population estimate of 381,342. The city is the ninth-most populated city in Illinois outside of the Chicago Metropolitan Area. The corporate headquarters (John Deere World Headquarters) of Deere & Company is located in Moline, as is the headquarters of Kone in the United States, Quad City International Airport, Niabi Zoo, Black Hawk College, and the Quad Cities campus of Western Illinois University-Quad Cities. Moline is a retail hub for the Illinois Quad Cities, as Southpark Mall (Southpark Mall (Moline, Illinois)) and numerous big-box shopping plazas are located in the city.
In the mid-1990s, the city undertook major efforts to revitalize its central business district (Moline Downtown Commercial Historic District), which had declined after suburban growth and retail changes after the 1950s and 1960s. Today, Moline's downtown again serves as one of the civic and recreational hubs of the Quad Cities; many events take place at the 12,000-seat i wireless Center (formerly known as The MARK of the Quad Cities) and at John Deere Commons. Downtown Moline features hotels such as Radisson (Radisson Hotels) and Stoney Creek Inn, and commercial areas such as Bass Street Landing and the historic 5th Avenue.