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Two people were able to safely escape the vehicle they were riding in\u00a0Friday\u00a0 after it fell through the ice on the Mississippi River, Davenport police said.

Police and firefighters were called to the area of South Concord Street and Miller Avenue at 6:34 p.m. on a report of a car in the river.

Authorities arrived on scene to find a Ford Focus had gone through the ice and was stuck in the river.

Police said the\u00a0driver was showing his wife the river and did not know he had driven onto the ice when it caved in.

Fortunately the car was not far from the bank and was in an area where the two could make it to safety.

However, it took a tow truck with a boom to lift the car out of the river\u00a0because the vehicle\u2019s wheels became stuck under the thick ice whenever tow operators attempted to drag it to shore by attaching a cable to the axle.

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Loud cracking noises woke Moline's North Shore Drive resident Gerri Atkins early Friday.

An ice jam forced the Rock River to jump from 13.7 feet to 15.07 feet in about an hour around 2 a.m. It fell just as rapidly to 13.93 feet.

\"It was like the apocalypse, and it sounded like it, too,\" Atkins said.

A resident of the area for four years, she's used to flooding and ice jams. But Friday's flash flood was the worst.

A neighbor's dock washed ashore, and Atkins' basement took on\u00a04 feet of water. Thick slabs of ice covered the neighborhood for hours.

\"It looks like a giant glacier pooped around here,\" Atkins said.

The jam broke up a few hours later, with the river dropping to 13.78 feet by 9 a.m., according to the National Weather Service, Davenport.

The Rock at Moline stood at 12.68 feet at 4:30 p.m. Friday.

\u201cWith the temperatures we\u2019ll be having over the next several days, things will slowly get better,\u201d National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Nichols said.

\u201cThat doesn\u2019t mean there won\u2019t be more ice jams,\u201d he said. \u201cIce is very hard to predict.\u201d

Dozens of North Shore Drive\u00a0residents spent Friday afternoon bleaching and scrubbing surfaces and hauling away debris, long after the river had receded to its banks.

A few trees had saved Steve Vyncke's house from getting slammed with ice early Friday, he said.

Vyncke lives within 30 feet of the river. He said that after hearing what sounded like a freight train rolling by, he looked out the window and watched ice floes approaching his house.

\"Trees are the only thing that saved my house from getting it,\" he said.

Gretchen Deluca rode out the early morning flood with her husband and son. Before it was over, she had adopted a new pet.

Deluca spotted neighbors' docks floating by with animals stuck on top. When she spotted a bunny, she ran out to save it.

\"That was a smart bunny to go to a high point,\" she said. \"I put a blanket on it and brought it in. I gave it to my son.\"

Deluca is new to the area, having moved to Moline from Florida in October. She never expected \"Antarctica,\" which is how she described her ice-covered neighborhood on Friday.

Several residents gathered at Len Brown's North Shore Inn later in the day. The TV behind the bar showed President Donald Trump's inauguration, but the conversation was about the flooding.

\"It's a lot of ice,\" Debbie Ferry said. \"I've seen it flood, but never like this.\"

(Thomas Geyer contributed to this story.)

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It wasn't long ago that there was a move afoot to do away with Fejevary Park.

Now, it may become of one of Davenport's signature areas as\u00a0residents have one more reason to look forward to visiting.

Parks and Recreation director Scott Hock said his department is moving closer to building a nature-based play area this spring revolving around the Mother Goose nursery rhyme theme and Itsy Bitsy Spider.

The city's Parks and Recreation Department received a $139,700 Building Better Communities grant from the American Water Charitable Foundation and the National Recreation and Park Association four months ago, and now those funds are ready to be put into use.

The Davenport City Council is set to approve $120,000 for engineering costs\u00a0using those funds at its Wednesday meeting. That would pave the way for construction this spring.

Hock said the grant will allow to city to build an interactive play area, interactive signage to hear sounds of water and an Itsy Bitsy Spider crawler in addition to small dry creek.

The American Water Charitable Foundation said Fejervary Park was chosen based upon criteria including water components, play value, educational value, proximity to American Water's service areas and use of natural play materials.

Already distinguishing itself as Iowa's only city with an accredited parks and recreation department, Davenport was one of two communities receiving the community grant. A city park in Hopewill, Virginia, received a $150,000 grant for a nature-based play area along the Appomattox River.

As a parent, Davenport Alderman Maria Dickmann, 2nd Ward, said she was particularly excited about the new play area.

\"It's fantastic to have it on the west end, especially with the Putnam, which is another great anchor,\"\u00a0she said.

Besides the Itsy Bitsy Spider-themed area, the City Council also recently approved close to $20,000 for a Hickory Dickory Dock-themed musical garden playground at Fejervary Park.

Dickmann said she and Alderman Kyle Gripp, at large, have spoken at length about the need for a signature park, and the latest developments will help make Fejervary a popular destination.

\"This is really going to be a place that people are excited to go,\" Dickmann said. \"They're going to talk about why they want to live on the west end of Davenport. This is going to be one of the reasons why they want to bring their kids there.\"

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Daily Record routinely publishes public records available through government agencies.

Births

TRINITY BETTENDORF

Shelby Schaeffer and Zachary Mum, Davenport, boy, Jan. 18.

Corrinne Gibbs and Kipp Ray, address not listed, boy, Jan. 17.

Fire calls

BETTENDORF

Thursday

False alarm: 1.

Investigation: 1.

EMS calls: 14.

DAVENPORT

Thursday

3:01 a.m., 3646 Johnson Ave., assist.

3:06 p.m., 310 S. Hazelwood Ave., assist.

False alarms: 3.

Investigations: 7.

EMS calls: 52.

EAST MOLINE

Thursday

8:41 a.m., 1800 Avenue of the Cities, Moline, vehicle accident.

EMS calls: 9.

MOLINE

Thursday

10:50 p.m., 3545 49th St., assist.

Investigation: 1.

EMS calls: 21.

ROCK ISLAND

Thursday

12:04 p.m., 1801 27th St./18th Avenue, vehicle accident.

3:46 p.m., 1830 2nd Ave., assist.

5:37 p.m., 645 38th St./7th Avenue, vehicle accident.

5:57 p.m., 1820 30th St., assist.

False alarm: 1.

Investigation: 1.

EMS calls: 17.

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MUSCATINE, Iowa\u00a0\u2014 On the outside, Washington Elementary looks the same as it always has. The metal letters on its red-brick wall still proudly proclaim the school\u2019s name. Only the empty parking lot, devoid of school buses, giggling students and parents to pick them up betray the truth: Washington isn\u2019t an elementary school anymore.

It stopped being an elementary school when the district sold it to developers Tom and Ann Meeker for $275,000 last year. \u00a0

Diane Day taught at the school for 10 years. Her daughter, now a student at Muscatine High School, went there and Day lives in the neighborhood. She thinks about her time at Washington when she drives past the buildings on 610 Maiden Lane.

\u201cI look at the paws on the doors to the gym and think, \u2018Oh, I remember when we did that,\u2019\u201d she said.

Out with the old...

Muscatine Community School District's Board of Education sold the school to cope with declining enrollment. Washington Elementary, with approximately 150 students, was the smallest of Muscatine\u2019s eight elementary schools. And when the board studied the costs associated with keeping the building, they learned that selling Washington would save the district $50,000 a year in upkeep and taxes.

\u201cFrom a district standpoint, the sale removed a piece of property that we have to maintain and care for,\u201d said Superintendent Jerry Riibe.

But the decision to close the school was still difficult, said former Washington Principal Brian Walthart.

\u201cIn all the principal books that I\u2019ve learned on how to be a principal, they don\u2019t really have a chapter on how to close a school,\u201d he said.

When the school closed last summer, Day and her colleagues (approximately 30 in all) moved to different schools across the district. The district divided Washington's students among three nearby schools: Jefferson, McKinley and Franklin, with McKinley taking most of the students.

Walthart also moved: He became assistant principal at Central Middle School. He oversees athletics for both middle schools and has a slew of other district-wide responsibilities.

And during those uncertain months, when the sale was final and the closing process was underway, people kept asking Walthart one question: \u201cWhat are they going to do with the building?\u201d

... in with the new

When Tom Meeker talks about the Washington Elementary, his voice swells and his eyes shine.\u00a0

\u201cThe Washington school, of all the things I\u2019ve done, it\u2019s one of my most enjoyable purchases because there\u2019s so much we can do there and it\u2019s exciting,\u201d he said.

Last December, he asked Muscatine to rezone the old building to make room for his vision: a gym and luxury apartments. The city approved and Tom and Ann Meeker moved to the first part of the plan \u2014 the gym, which their son, Luke, will operate.

\u201cWe looked at it and that gym is beautiful,\u201d Tom said. \u201cWhy would you turn it into anything but a gym?\u201d

The gym, which will be called Muscatine Sportsplex, retains the essence of a school gym, down to the red and white Washington Elementary mural on the wall. The Meekers renovated offices and kindergarten rooms on either side of the gym with fresh paint and some new equipment: batting cages and golf simulators (\u201cthe type Tiger Woods uses,\u201d Ann said).

And in addition to space for working out, the Meekers envision the gym as a place for birthday parties, class reunions and other parties.

\u201cWe\u2019ll just play that out. Luke would have the responsibility of making the neighbors happy,\u201d Tom said. \u201cAnd the big events won\u2019t happen very often at all.\u201d

Muscatine Sportplex is set to open on Feb. 1, but the apartment complex is still in the planning phase.

\u201cWe\u2019ve got architects from Cedar Rapids helping us to see if it\u2019s feasible to put condos or apartments in there,\u201d Tom said.

If it is indeed feasible, the Meekers will spend approximately $1.5 million to turn classrooms and offices into high-end apartments and lofts.

\u201cJust think about utilities, you know, these are classrooms, but now you\u2019re turning it into individual residences and everybody wants their own utilities of course, so [there's] all that separation and adding utility meters. There\u2019s a lot of expense in adapting the infrastructure,\u201d Ann said.

The new apartments will retain some of Washington Elementary\u2019s essence.

\u201cIt\u2019s still going to be actively used rather than so many school buildings that sit empty and deteriorate,\u201d she said. \u201cIt\u2019s a community-type building just like the school was.\u201d

And for Day, who now teaches at Mulberry, Washington Elementary\u2019s second life is exciting.

\u201cI\u2019m glad they\u2019re using it for something else. \u2026 It\u2019ll always be part of my heart and my home but let\u2019s use it for something else,\u201d she said.

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MUSCATINE, Iowa \u2013 Reflecting on a year that has passed isn\u2019t something I have ever thought seriously about until I was given the opportunity to reflect on 2016 as a reporter. It didn\u2019t take much time at all to decide what to write about. No other subject humbled me more than a family I think of almost daily after writing an article in September 2016 about Hayden Daufeldt\u2019s brain cancer being in remission.

Unfortunately, Hayden\u2019s remission celebration was short-lived and another brain mass was detected on Nov. 30, 2016. A trip had been planned to Disney World through the Make-A-Wish Foundation and it tore his parents, Kendra and Cory Daufeldt apart, trying to decide whether to take him on the trip or first have surgery on the new growth behind his eye.

\u201cThe surgeon said it was ok to do it. I wasn\u2019t sure, I was against it, but he assured me that Hayden could go,\u201d Kendra said of learning the news of the tumor and the same day scheduling Hayden\u2019s brain surgery for December 23.

While Disney World was amazing, Hayden was spoiled and treated like a king, the Daufeldts knew they would come home to another brain surgery and a continuation of a life with needles, chemotherapy and uncertainty.

\u201cThe incision was larger than we thought,\u201d Kendra said of the scar that crosses the now 4-year-old\u2019s head. \u201cIt was easier though, and less complicated than the first surgery. Hayden still needs to spend two times a month in Iowa City and one time per month he will do a full week of chemo.\u201d

That regimen and daily oral chemotherapy instructions fills a calendar dated through March 27th when Hayden will have a brain scan to check for any new growth. Currently Hayden\u2019s cell counts indicate he is cancer-free, but \u201cthey really don\u2019t know how to treat him at this point,\u201d Kendra said.

Hayden has a shunt in his head that is pumped with chemotherapy and the boy has to wait six hours before his parents can push \u201cbuttons\u201d on his skull to release the medication, relieving pressure and the pain associated with the harsh treatment.

\u201cHe becomes tired and cranky. He usually latches on to mom and wants mom to hold him,\u201d Cory said. The child needs complete darkness and the shades are drawn at the Daufeldt home. A scarf is draped over the small gap that lets a little sliver of light creep in and Kendra sits very still with Hayden while he recovers from the injections.

\u201cHe takes it all like a champ,\u201d She added, while at the same time shaking her head no. The pain she has seen Hayden endure is enough to break any mother, but she holds it together for Hayden\u2019s sake.

On good days, Hayden will joke and dance around. He\u2019s a smart kid, and not afraid to say it like it is.

\u201cIt happens!\u201d he said with a grin when he accidentally knocked his plate of food off the arm of the sofa. It was too cute not to laugh, and his parents look at him with the deepest love no matter how silly, mad, frustrated or funny he is acting.

Cory is clearly in pain just imagining the next time his son will endure chemo or another surgery in addition to the 10 or more surgeries he has had since the original diagnosis of Pineoblastoma in November 2014. He doesn\u2019t know the probability of a full recovery or what will happen next.

\u201cWe didn\u2019t ask this time,\u201d Cory said.

Kendra said that doctors tell her that Hayden can go to school and \u201clive his life\u201d and that she plans to try in-home tutoring. She and Cory work as much as possible and they have become used to an unconventional way of life but won\u2019t give up hope that Hayden will continue to be a miracle.

\u201cWe don\u2019t have choice, we just move to the next step,\u201d Kendra said.

Each time I have met Hayden he\u2019s been a ball of fire and loved sharing his toys and a seat next to me. I know he has good days and bad days but for me he usually smiled, laughed and was an ornery little boy who liked attention. He told me to chase him around the house then soon after told me to \u201cgo home\u201d because I was taking his photo. Other times he pouted and asked for me to stay; not much different than most 4-year-old boys I have known.

Hayden has touched my soul and his family is forever in my heart. I look at my child, who is a senior in high school, when I think about 2016 and I recall all of the opportunities she\u2019s had and the things she accomplished last year. I hope she knows that this life is a treasure and that she is loved. I look at Kendra and Cory and I know that Hayden\u2019s strength has made them proud and I wish for them a future full of accomplishments and \u201cgood days.\u201d

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WEST LIBERTY, Iowa \u2014 West Liberty Police Chief Kary Kinmonth has been serving as chief for about a week, but he brings 26 years of experience as both chief and officer to the job.

Kinmonth grew up in Bellevue, and served in the U.S. Air Force for four years before he felt any call to law enforcement. He returned to his home town from the Air Force in 1990.

His career in law enforcement began when he was pulled over by the Bellevue Police Chief.

\"He's like, 'Hey Kary I heard you just got out of the military and we're going to be testing for a police officer and thought you would be a good candidate,'\" Kinmonth said.

Training was not as extensive as it is now, Kinmonth said, and he had a couple hours' training before he was sent out on his own.

\"So that was really interesting times, especially the first few months trying to figure out what I was doing and how to do things,\" he said.

After serving as an officer and chief in several Iowa cities, he moved to Mitchellville to serve as chief. When he heard about an opening in West Liberty, he began to research and talk to friends about the city.

\"And they were all telling me really good stuff about West Liberty,\" he said.

One memory of a police officer interaction before he joined law enforcement has stayed with Kinmonth, and has influenced the way he thinks about policing.

He was 16 years old and working at a convenience store when he was running late to work one day. Kinmonth said he was speeding, and was pulled over and given a ticket, which he felt at the time was unfair.

\"I remember what it was like when I was in those shoes and I was 16 getting pulled over for the first time,\" he said.

So now Kinmonth tries to remember that feeling, especially when interacting with youth.

\"You have to be able to be sympathetic and empathetic and sometimes we do have to do a certain thing, but we have to use our heads too,\" he said.

Kinmonth also recalls his time as a school resource officer and the connections he formed with the students.

\"That's the good stuff I think about the job is the relationships you can build where you break down the barriers of, you know, we're just people,\" he said.

Kinmonth said he has felt welcome in West Liberty, and is looking forward to getting to know everyone in the town.

Much can be solved Kinmonth said, but talking to people and being available, even if they just need to talk.

\"We have to be there for our fellow mankind,\" he said.

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The driver of an SUV that crashed into three motorcyclists, killing two, on LeClaire\u2019s South Cody Road in September was operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol and a prescription medication, according to a news release issued Friday by LeClaire police and Scott County authorities.

According to the investigation, at about 10:20 p.m. on Sept. 11, Darryl Wilson, 52, was driving his Ford Explorer north in the 3100 block of South Cody Road. The SUV\u00a0crossed two lanes of traffic into the southbound lanes and into the path of four motorcycles that were in the right hand lane.

The Ford struck three of the motorcyclists, killing Ronald Fox, 59, of Blue Grass, and William Griffith, 57, of Davenport. A third motorcyclist was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries. The first motorcycle had become lodged on the front of the SUV. At some point, the first motorcycle and the SUV became engulfed in flames.

The investigation showed there were no skid, swerve or pre-accident markings leading up to the impact with the motorcycles, according to the news release.

Wilson was taken to the hospital where he was treated and then released. He consented to a blood draw. The crime lab at the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation, or DCI, determined that Wilson\u2019s blood alcohol content was .075, which is under the legal limit of .08. The blood then was sent to a second laboratory for other substance testing.

The second lab results were received Jan. 9 and showed the presence of a prescription medication in Wilson\u2019s blood. Wilson would have been charged with two counts of vehicular homicide and one count of serious injury by a vehicle.

However, Wilson died Jan. 1, which officially closes the investigation.

The news release was issued jointly by LeClaire Police Chief Shane Themas, Scott County Attorney Mike Walton and Scott County Sheriff\u2019s Department crash investigator Sean Thompson.

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The odds were against Freddy Nsunzo ever leaving his war-torn African country.

There was a three in 3,000 chance that refugees fleeing from the Democratic Republic of Congo would be granted\u00a0a visa to get to the United States. Nsunzo, recalling a time when he was 27 years old, said he was \"shocked\" to discover he was one of the three.

\"This is my dream, and it's come true,\" Nsunzo, now 40, said Friday at his naturalization ceremony to become an American citizen.

The ceremony was held at U.S. District Court, Rock Island. Judge Sara Darrow pronounced 53 men and women from 24 different countries citizens.

\"I've got the best vantage point in this courtroom to see what's on your faces,\" Darrow said.

The judge shared a personal story about her mother, Lili Darrow, who became a citizen 50 years ago after coming to the U.S. from Latvia.

\"It was the most important day of her life,\" she said.

She then referred to the country as a \"nation of immigrants\" and said it did not matter how a person came here. \"You're all Americans,\" she said. \"You exemplify what's best about this country.\"

Many of the new citizens came from countries that have been plagued with violence and political unrest.

As Darrow called out the names of countries, people stood. The largest number of people at the ceremony came from Myanmar, also known as Burma, which has been caught up in ethnic strife for a half\u00a0century.

Ephraim Khim, 46, of Monmouth, Illinois, fled Myanmar as a refugee in 2009. The process to become a U.S. citizen took him at least five years.

\"I'm very happy,\" Khim said. \"It's a wonderful day.\"

Kuot Manyang, 29, escaped civil war in Sudan and spent six years in a refugee camp in neighboring Kenya, leaving his parents and siblings behind.

He was the only one in his family to make it to the United States in 2007. Language was his biggest barrier.

\"It wasn't easy,\" Manyang said. \"I learned British English. My only way to communicate was to spell the word I meant to say. With time, though, I cannot speak fluently, but I can communicate.\"

There was another barrier \u2014 food.

\"I tried a hamburger,\" he said. \"I didn't like it. The taste was different.\"

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SPRINGFIELD \u2014 A Republican state senator from southern Illinois has introduced a bill that would make it easier for independent and third-party candidates to get on the ballot.

The proposal from Sen. Kyle McCarter, a conservative from Lebanon, comes after progressive Bloomington physician David Gill was removed from the November ballot for failing to collect enough signatures on his nominating petitions to earn a spot as an independent candidate in the 13th Congressional District.

Gill, who had run unsuccessfully four previous times as a Democrat, gathered fewer than 8,500 of the 10,754 valid petition signatures he needed. But his would-be opponents, U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Taylorville, and Democratic challenger Mark Wicklund of Decatur, each had to gather fewer than 740 signatures.

McCarter, who unsuccessfully challenged U.S. Rep. John Shimkus of Collinsville in the March Republican primary in the 18th District, said he wasn\u2019t inspired by Gill\u2019s case, instead calling it \u201ccommon sense\u201d to have the same requirements for all candidates.

McCarter said he thinks it\u2019s unfair for independent candidates to have to collect more signatures than candidates from the established parties.

He added that some voters have a hard time identifying with the traditional political parties and should have other options.

The number of signatures required to be on the ballot varies by office and district and is based on the number of people who cast ballots in the previous election.

For example, in races for U.S. Congress, independent or third-party candidates in Illinois have to gather signatures from at least 5 percent but not more than 8 percent of the number of people who voted in the previous general election for that seat.

Congressional candidates from the two major parties, meanwhile, have to gather signatures from only half of 1 percent of the number of people in their party who voted in the preceding primary in the district.

As a result, Gill was required to collect nearly 15 times as many signatures as Davis and Wicklund.

Spokesmen for the state Democratic and Republican parties did not respond Friday to requests for comment on McCarter\u2019s bill.

During a hearing on Gill\u2019s lawsuit in federal court in August, lawyers representing the Illinois State Board of Elections argued that the state sets signature requirements because it has an interest in preventing voter confusion and ballot overcrowding.

Gill\u2019s legal challenge didn\u2019t succeed in getting him on the November ballot, but his lawsuit challenging the current state law is pending before the U.S. District Court in Springfield.

This isn\u2019t the first time lawmakers have proposed lowering the signature requirement for independent and third-party candidates.

For example, Sen. Andy Manar, D-Bunker Hill, and Rep. Mike Fortner, R-West Chicago, introduced bills in 2013, but neither made it to the Senate or House floor for a vote.

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The Iowa Supreme Court says law enforcement agencies cannot seek restitution from defendants in drunken driving cases when officers respond during the normal course of their work and not for an emergency.

The court found in opinions filed Friday in three separate drunken driving cases involving Davenport police officers that Iowa law allows recovery of expenses through restitution only when the law enforcement response meets the normal definition of an emergency. The court says \"routine law enforcement activities do not qualify.\"

In the three cases, patrolling police officers stopped vehicles with drivers suspected of drunken driving, and the city sought to recoup the time it took officers to stop the vehicle, investigate and arrest the driver. The amounts sought \u2014 $54.50, $317 and $158.60 \u2014 were denied.

To read the decisions, go to this story at qctimes.com.

\u2014 The Associated Press

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MUSCATINE, Iowa \u2014 With new events and old, residents of Muscatine and the surrounding area along with visitors from across the country and around the world gathered together to enjoy 2016 in the community also known as Pearl City.

Second Saturday, an art and music street fest organized by the Muscatine Convention and Visitors Bureau, began in 2016. Its street vendors, face painting, Halloween costume contest and other events drew Muscatine and area residents downtown to enjoy shopping and activities.

The July 10 event mixed food and shopping with a wide variety of art, including a chance for visitors to see local independent film writer, director and producer Chad Bishop at work as he shot scenes for the Dreampost Media Services film Adam\u2019s Eve in the middle of the bustling street.

Passers-by stopped to watch the fun, as Bishop peered through the lens of his camera while actors and dancers performed.

\"I felt this would be a great opportunity,\" he said.

Ace Jones, from Cedar Rapids, played the acoustic guitar on another block of the street and serenaded the crowd with original music and some modern favorites, while young Muscatine musicians, students of Lovstad Music, played on a different block.

Local art was also on display, and Joe Barnard worked on a pastel piece during the festival. He said the gathering of people in downtown Muscatine brought the community together.

\"It's awesome, bringing the community back to the way it used to be,\" he said.

An old Muscatine event was revived in July as a Muscatine man, Bill Reimers, won the first Muscatine soapbox derby in 50 years. Residents said they hoped the derby would become an annual event.

For the first time in 10 years, Muscatine played host to thousands of cyclists as they ended their journey from the Missouri River to the Mississippi River on RAGBRAI, The Register\u2019s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa.

Greg Harper, of Harper\u2019s Cycling and Fitness in Muscatine, gave advice on equipment to bring and how to train for the event, and Lucy Bonham, 89, said she would recommend to everyone to try RAGBRAI, and said the best advice she can give is to focus on every mile as it comes.

\u201cI just take it one mile at a time,\u201d she said.

Organizers planned, riders formed teams, and on Saturday, July 30, thousands of bicyclists rode to the Muscatine riverfront, many saying Muscatine was one of their favorite dip sites.

The smell of food and the sound of music wafted from Great River Days, which shared the riverfront with the bicycle riders and teams. The bags tournament drew competitors from Muscatine and the surrounding area to compete, and children enjoyed the ball drop event.

Fun was on hand at the Annual Ice Cream Social at the Muscatine Art Center\u00a0 as well, and more than 200 residents attended the decades-long traditional event and enjoyed live music, games, crafts, and exhibits.

\"I think it's pretty cool,\" said 9-year-old Caleb Littrel.

Littrel explored the \" 100 Years of Service,\" the Muscatine Fire Department exhibit on display at the art center during the summer. Visitors at the Ice Cream Social were able to see the exhibit, which included a chance to try on firefighting gear.

\"It's heavy,\" he said.

Music was provided as well, with performances from Muscatine Civic Choral, Backroad Brass and the Creepin' Charlies.

The Second Sunday Summer Concert Series, and event organized by the Muscatine Arts Council, also continued to provide music in the evenings for residents.

Hot rods rolled into Muscatine for a car cruise, the River Rat Rumble, in August, a first-time event organized by Muscatine native Travis McConnaha, owner of Keep the B**** Floored (KTBF), a hot rod gear and apparel company.

McConnaha, lead the charge, followed by more than 80 cars from many different Iowa counties, some hailing from Illinois, and one license plate said the car came from Texas.

McConnaha said he was pleased by the number of cars at the cruise.

\"It's cool because I think everyone gets excited about things like this, and it's a great feeling to have everybody support what you're doing...When you go on the edge and do your own thing and people support that, there's no better feeling than that,\" he said.

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Two Augustana College students were in stable condition Thursday night after they were struck by a vehicle while crossing 7th Avenue, the college reported.

The avenue\u00a0is the main thoroughfare that runs through the\u00a0Rock Island campus.\u00a0

Rock Island Police Lt. Dan Knittle said the accident occurred about 5:30 p.m. and that the driver of the vehicle indicated she did not see the students until it was too late.

Knittle said the injuries to the students do not appear to be life-threatening.

The driver of the vehicle was issued a traffic citation and released, he said.

Augustana reported that college did send staff to the hospital to be with the students.

\u2014\u00a0Thomas Geyer

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2. TRUMP TO TAKE OATH OF OFFICE AMID DEEP UNCERTAINTY

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Defeated President Yahya Jammeh must cede power in the coming hours or he will be dislodged by a regional force.

8. MARATHON BOMBING FILM PRODUCTIONS WON'T DETAIL TAX CREDITS

Hollywood productions portraying the attack in Boston aren't saying how much they've sought or received in government subsidies to film in the state, AP learns.

9. 'WE HAVE GONE AS LOW AS WE CAN GO'

Madonna says Trump has done the public a great service because she believes the nation has now hit rock bottom, and the only direction it can go is up.

10. WHO IS GOING TO BASKETBALL'S SHOWCASE EVENT

Stephen Curry joins Golden State teammate Kevin Durant in the lineup, while LeBron James and Kyrie Irving also gave Cleveland two starters in the NBA All-Star Game.

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This story has been corrected to note that it was firefighter radio, not police radio, which reported survivors in the Italian avalanche.

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ATLANTA (AP) _ The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the \"Mega Millions\" game were:

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ST. CHARLES, Ill. (AP) \u2014 A purported Chicago-area drug dealer convicted in the armed robbery of an undercover police officer has been given a 21-year prison sentence.

A Kane County state's attorney's statement says John E. Dodd arranged to sell marijuana to the officer in a car when an accomplice stepped in and pointed a gun at the officer's head. The gun discharged in a struggle, though no one was hurt.

The 23-year-old from Elgin agreed to plead guilty to armed robbery for the sentence. A circuit judge accepted the plea Friday.

Kane County State's Attorney Joe McMahon called Dodd \"a dangerous drug dealer\" who, along with his accomplice, was \"willing to shoot someone over a small amount of cash.\"

With credit for good behavior, Dodd could be released after serving around half his sentence.

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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) _ The winning numbers in Friday evening's drawing of the Illinois Lottery's \"Lucky Day Lotto\" game were:

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CHICAGO (AP) \u2014 The Illinois State Police is warning Illinois residents about a phone scam that is happening around the state.

In a news release, the agency says people have been reporting to troopers that they have been receiving phone calls in which a voice on a recording tells them that they are under criminal investigation and that they should send $600. The calls appear to be a state police phone number.

The state police statement says people are deceived because the number has been doctored to make it appear it is a legitimate state police phone number by a practice called \"ID spoofing.\"

The agency is reminding people that it never solicits money on the phone.

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