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A good Columbus Day Monday to all. This national holiday officially marks the anniversary of Christopher Columbus' arrival in the Americas on Oct. 12, 1492.

\"NWS:
NWS: Summary

Today also marks a return of frosty weather to the Quad-Cities.

A National Weather Service frost advisory is in effect until 9 a.m., today.

According to the advisory:

\u2022 WHAT: Temperatures of 30 to 35 will result in frost formation.

\u2022 WHERE: Portions of northeast Missouri, east central and southeast Iowa and north central, northwest and west central Illinois.

\u2022 WHEN: Until 9 a.m. this morning.

\u2022 IMPACTS: Frost could kill sensitive outdoor vegetation if left uncovered.

\u2022 ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Some areas will see short lived freezing temperatures as well.

1. Today's forecast: A high in the mid-50s

\"NWS:
NWS: Week

Today look for widespread frost before 9 a.m., then sunny skies with a high near 56 degrees.

Tonight there's a 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms after 4 a.m. The overnight low will be around 45 degrees.

Tuesday: There's a 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms before 7 a.m. Skies wlll be partly sunny with a high near 59 degrees and a low around 41 degrees. South wind 10 to 15 mph will become west in the afternoon with gusts as high as 30 mph.

\u2022 Seven day forecast

\"NWS
NWS Flood

The Wapsipinicon River in DeWitt and the Rock River in Moline have crested and are beginning to fall.

In the Quad-Cities, the Flood Warning continues for the Mississippi River at Rock Island Locks & Dam 15.

Flood stage is 15 feet. The river is expected to rise to 17.3 feet this morning then begin falling. At 17 feet, water is over most of Davenport`s LeClaire Park and lower parking lots.

\u2022 Area river levels

2. Southbound lane closure on U.S. 61 just south of Iowa 92

\"U.S.
U.S. 61 sign

Road construction on U.S. 61 in Louisa County will require closing the southbound lane to traffic for about two miles just south of Iowa 92, near Grandview, beginning at 6 a.m. today, until Friday, Oct. 18, weather permitting, according to the Iowa Department of Transportation\u2019s Mount Pleasant construction office.

Drivers will be directed to use an official 50-mile marked detour and will follow Iowa 92 (east and west for about 17.5 miles), U.S. 218/Iowa 27 (north and south for about 12 miles), and Iowa 78 (east and west about 20.5 miles). The detour will be in place for about 5 days, weather permitting. Local traffic will have access to U.S. 61 except for the two-mile southbound lane closure starting at U.S. 61 (exit 74) near Grandview, to just north of 130th Street near mile marker 72.15.

3. Best of the week

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Three-year-old Sofia Taylor tosses a bean bag at one of the glowing monsters in the Glow Games area during the Scarecrow Shenanigans event at the Bettendorf Family Museum held last year.

Here are nine fun things to do this week in the Quad-Cities. Read more.\u00a0 Also check out these Halloween-related activities coming up in the Quad-Cities. Read more.

4. Shrink Smart is a new model for communities that are losing people. Could it work in the Quad-City area?

\"Ridgewood

A fan shares a moment with a football player for the Ridgewood Spartans in Cambridge, Ill., on Oct. 4.

In the rural Heartland, as in thousands of small towns across the country, high school football is a pillar of local life. But its survival is threatened. The number of young men is declining.

So a decade ago, Cambridge, Ill. \u2014 pop. 2,087, and shrinking \u2014 entered an agreement with AlWood High School, in nearby Woodhull, to combine high school teams.

At first, the community pushed back. The deal made longtime foes into teammates almost overnight. Community members worried that the merger would ruin the best parts of both teams, killing morale and the whole program with it.

But one stubborn fact left no other choice: Without the co-op, the schools wouldn\u2019t have enough players to field teams.

\u201cWe depend on it,\u201d said David Althaus, whose son plays on the football team and daughter marches in the band.

Ten years later, something remarkable has happened: The football program is thriving. This year\u2019s team won its first five games and is poised for the playoffs. Read more.

5. After HGTV: 'House Hunters' couple enjoys their Davenport condo

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Doug and Lisa Dorris in their new home, Sunday, October 6, 2019, in Davenport. The couple's purchase process was part of an episode of \"House Hunters\" on HGTV.

And they lived happily ever after in the condo of their\u00a0\u2014 almost\u00a0\u2014 dreams.

Lisa and Doug Dorris, of Davenport, had a great time on an episode of the HGTV television series, \u201cHouse Hunters.\" They also enjoy the condo they looked at in the \u201cDueling in Davenport\u201d episode broadcast Sept. 24.

\u201cWe did have differences of opinion on what we wanted,\u201d Doug Dorris said. They debated the appeal of a single-family home versus maintenance-free condo living.

Their contract prevents them from sharing their Davenport address or talking about exactly how the show is made. But they, and Mel Foster Realtor Pieter Hanson of Coal Valley were glad to talk about their overall experience. Read more.

6. ICYMI: Couple infuses Davenport mansion with new life

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The back of the Struck mansion is distinguished by four five-window bays, a semi-circular porch with balustrade and roof peaks topped with round stone finials. The finial on the right was missing when the McDonalds bought the house last year, but they found it in the attic and had it reinstalled.

A year ago Times reporter Alma Gaul wrote in this space about the Kuno Struck mansion, a stone-and-brick home built in the Jacobean Revival style of architecture, the type you might expect to find in Europe but not central Davenport.

Built during 1910-11, the home retained its grand central staircase, fireplaces, stained glass windows and other features that ranked it among the \"Magnificent Mansions of the Quad-Cities,\" according to a 1958 series in a predecessor to this newspaper.

But the roof leaked, interior plaster was crumbled and small trees were growing in the gutters. Vacant and for sale, the home's future was in doubt.

Then, enter Randy and Mary McDonald. Read more.

Photos: Before photos of the Kuno Struck mansion
Photos: A look inside the remodeled Kuno Struck Mansion

Trending headlines

Today's photo gallery: 'Stop the Madness' rally

Trump Victory hosting the 'Stop the Madness' Rally and Protest near the office of U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos, D-Ill., on Saturday. Oct. 12, 2019, in Rock Island.

Photos: 'Stop the Madness' Rally and Protest
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1. Scarecrow Shenanigans

Scarecrow Shenanigans will be noon until 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, at the Family Museum, 2900 Learning Campus Drive, Bettendorf. All activities are included with paid admission. They include Haunted Hopscotch, making monster mitten pals, monster petting zoo, glow games, family photo station, crafting \u201cmonster protection\u201d rockets\u201d and science experiments. Performances will include the Family Museum Dance Company at 1 and 3 p.m., and FrankenScience at 2 and 4 p.m. General admission is $9; free for museum members.

Noon Sunday, Oct. 20, Family Museum, Bettendorf. $9.

2. \"Rocky Horror Show\"

The show is not recommended for the easily offended, because it contains adult subject matter. Performances will be Oct. 18-27 at the Circa \u201921 Speakeasy, 1818 3rd Ave., Rock Island. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 the day of the show. Prop bags will be available for $3 at the door. Make reservations online at www.thecirca21speakeasy.com or by calling the Circa '21 ticket office at 309-786-7733, ext. 2

Oct. 18-27, Circa \u201921 Speakeasy, Rock Island. $20 in advance, $25 day of the show.

3. Halloween Parade

Hosted by Lagomarcino\u2019s, a Halloween parade will be 2-3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, in downtown Moline. The parade will begin at the TaxSlayer Center and head east on River Drive to 17th Street, south on 17th Street to 5th Avenue, west on 5th Avenue to 12th Street, north back to the TaxSlayer Center.

2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, downtown Moline. Free.

4. Breakfast with the Bats

You can have breakfast with the bats, and learn the truth about these interesting mammals, from 8:30-11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, at Niabi Zoo, 13010 Niabi Zoo Road, Coal Valley. Tickets, available at www.niabizoo.com, are $25 for adult members, $15 for members ages 3-12; $30 for adult non-members and $18 for non-members 312-. Admission for children ages 2 and younger is free. Find out how bats help people and how you can help endangered and threatened bats. After breakfast, the group will venture out into the zoo to the bat habitat in Biodiversity Hall, where special technology will switch day and night for the Seba\u2019s Short-tailed Bats, so they will be active and alert during your visit. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Learn more at https://www.niabizoo.com/education/breakfast-with-the-animals/

8:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, Niabi Zoo, Coal Valley. Tickets: Up to $30.

5. Painted Pumpkins

From 1-3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, your family can enjoy a Halloween event at Quad-City Botanical Center, 2525 4th Ave., Rock Island. No reservations are required. Celebrate Halloween and the fall harvest at the Botanical Center. Show off your costume, compete in races and paint a pumpkin to take home. It\u2019s one pumpkin per family, while supplies last. Also featured will be a pumpkin broom race, pumpkin toss and candy corn race, and a garden scavenger hunt. Admission is free for members, $7 for ages 16 and older, $1 for ages 2-15, free for ages 2 and younger.

1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, Botanical Center, Rock Island. $7

6. Beyond the Music: A Musical Geography of Mexico

From 7-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct . 17, \u201cBeyond the Music: A Musical Geography of Mexico,\u201d will be presented at Bettendorf Public Library, 2950 Learning Campus Drive, Bettendorf. Presenter Juan Dies is a 2019 USA Fellow, a folklorist, ethnomusicologist, and co-founder/producer of the two-time Grammy-Award-nominated group Sones de Mexico Ensemble, now on its 25th season. His visit to the Bettendorf Public Library is part of a lecture tour sponsored in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Using a map and sound recordings, he will take the audience on a quick tour of Mexico\u2019s diverse traditional music and dance styles, explain their history and geography, and point out what to listen for. Admission is free and open to the public. (At noon Friday, Oct. 18, Dies will do a solo performance for the library\u2019s Brown Bag Lunch Concert.)

7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, Bettendorf Public Library, Bettendorf. Free.

7. Davenport Community School District Band Spectacular

The Davenport Community School District Band Spectacular will be 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, at Brady Street Stadium, 3600 Brady Street, Davenport. Come enjoy a show put on by Davenport Community School District intermediate and high school marching bands. Also featured will be the Iowa Hawkeye Marching Band. Admission is free; $5 donations at the gate will go to Davenport's music programs.

7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, Brady Street Stadium, Davenport. Free; donations accepted.

8. The Tommies Reunion

At 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, the Grammy Award-winning gospel group the Thompson Community Choir, affectionately known as \u201cThe Tommies,\u201d will perform at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, at Rock Island High School Auditorium, 1400 25th Ave., Rock Island. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 563-424-8586. Admission is $15 at the door, $10 in advance.

6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, Rock Island High School Auditorium, Rock Island. $10 advance, $15 day of show.

9. Pianist Envy

From 7:30-10:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, Pianist Envy \u2013 dueling pianos \u2013 will be featured at the Grape Life Wine Store & Lounge, 3402 Elmore Ave., Davenport, with Freddy Allen and Brian Skow. Seating is limited. Admission is free, but there is a $10 minimum purchase per person for this ages 21-and-older show.

7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, The Grape Life Wine Store & Lounge, Davenport. $10 minimum purchase.

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And they lived happily ever after in the condo of their \u2013 almost - dreams.

Lisa and Doug Dorris, of Davenport, had a great time on an episode of the HGTV television series, \u201cHouse Hunters.\" They also enjoy the condo they looked at in the \u201cDueling in Davenport\u201d episode broadcast Sept. 24.

\u201cWe did have differences of opinion on what we wanted,\u201d Doug Dorris said. They debated the appeal of a single-family home versus maintenance-free condo living.

Their contract prevents them from sharing their Davenport address or talking about exactly how the show is made. But they, and Mel Foster Realtor Pieter Hanson of Coal Valley were glad to talk about their overall experience.

The Dorrises, fans of the show, found an application with an internet search.

\u201cAnybody can apply,\u201d Doug Dorris said.

A couple of weeks later, they received an email, and participated in a live video conference audition. They also asked Hanson if he was willing to be part of it.

A production crew began filming in March when the Mississippi River was above flood stage, so some scenic areas depicting the Quad-Cities were impossible to shoot.

\u201cThey called those \u2018beauty shots,\u2019\u201d Doug Dorris said.

One shot did include the colorful \u201cWelcome to downtown Davenport, Iowa\u201d mural that greets Iowa-bound drivers on the Government Bridge.

\u201cThey asked us where good Davenport signs were,\u201d Doug Dorris said. Lisa Dorris contacted the artist to ensure \u201cHouse Hunters\u201d had approval to show the work.

In other scenes, paintings were removed so \u201cHouse Hunters\u201d didn\u2019t need a release from the artist.

Additionally, \u201cHouse Hunters\u201d did not want to display brands. \u201cI was told to hold my finger over the \u2018Samsung\u2019 on my phone,\u201d Lisa Dorris said.

Also, filmmakers advised the couple against wearing stripes or patterns, so they wore solid colors, without name-brands or logos visible.

Filming took about five days, Doug Dorris said. Once that was done, the couple waited to learn the air date.

\u201cYou kinda forget about it,\u201d Lisa Dorris said.

The couple and Hanson said the show was completely unscripted. \u201cThey always let us be exactly who we were,\u201d Lisa Dorris said.

Both Dorrises grew nervous before the show aired. They had a watch party at Boonie\u2019s On the Avenue in Muscatine, where Doug Dorris is CFO for the Lee Agency, Inc. insurance group and TruAcre Technology.

Once the show began, the couple breathed sighs of relief and began to enjoy watching it. They watched it again when it was re-broadcast later that night..

The next day, a little girl came up to Lisa Dorris, a kindergarten teacher at Hillcrest Elementary School in East Moline. \u201cI saw you on TV buying a house!\u201d the student said. A woman recognized Lisa Dorris at the grocery store after the show.

Doug Dorris heard from people he hasn\u2019t seen in years, some messaging him during the show.

Hanson watched the episode with a few other viewers at his Mulligan\u2019s Valley Pub, Coal Valley.

He never felt nervous. \u201cI\u2019ve been doing commercials for so long,\u201d he said.

After the segment aired, \u201cSomeone saw me with a Mel Foster shirt on at the post office, and asked 'Were you on \u2018House Hunters?\u2019\u201d he said.

Other than that, \u201cIt\u2019s not like people see the show and decided to list (their home). I haven\u2019t gotten any additional business out of it,\u201d said Hanson, who enjoyed the experience and would do it again.

In the meantime, the Dorrises have made some changes to the condo, which they purchased for $205,000 \u2014 it was listed at $225,000 \u2014 including lots of painting and installation of a gas oven. They appreciate their west Davenport location because it provides them about the same amount of drive time to and from work.

Lisa Dorris is enjoying her new gas stove. In the episode, Doug Dorris mentioned the need for storage for a \"toy.\"\u00a0 Now he has one: A boat at Sunset Marina, Rock Island.

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In the rural Heartland, as in thousands of small towns across the country, high school football is a pillar of local life.

But its survival is threatened. The number of young men is declining.

So a decade ago, Cambridge, Ill. \u2014 pop. 2,087, and shrinking \u2014 entered an agreement with AlWood High School, in nearby Woodhull, to combine teams.

At first, the community pushed back. The deal made longtime foes into teammates almost overnight. Community members worried that the merger would ruin the best parts of both teams, killing morale and the whole program with it.

But one stubborn fact left no other choice: Without the co-op, the schools wouldn\u2019t have enough players to field teams.

\u201cWe depend on it,\u201d said David Althaus, whose son plays on the football team and daughter marches in the band.

Ten years later, something remarkable has happened: The football program is thriving. This year\u2019s team won its first five games and is poised for the playoffs.

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A fan shares a moment with a football player for the Ridgewood Spartans in Cambridge, Ill., on Oct. 4.

The arrangement has birthed new traditions, including a new name: the Ridgewood Spartans, which borrows syllables from both sides.

Most amazing of all: The number of players in the program is increasing, said head coach Bruce Redding.

By shrinking thoughtfully, the Ridgewood Spartans have actually grown.

\u201cAs the co-op goes on, it gets better and better,\u201d Redding said.

As part of this four-month series on population loss in the Quad-Cities area, leaders at the municipal, county, regional, state and federal levels shared their thoughts on the problem.

The consensus: Population loss is not predestined and should be attacked and defeated.

But maybe there\u2019s another way. Instead of fighting to reverse population decline, what if communities did something different: What if they accepted it as inevitable?

\u201cPopulation loss isn\u2019t a problem but a process that you need to manage properly,\u201d explained David Peters, a sociologist at Iowa State University.

Many view population loss as a death sentence. But an emerging group of academics in Iowa and Illinois see the reality of shrinkage as a new lease on life \u2014 an opportunity for a community to reevaluate its priorities and plan for a pared-down future.

They call it \u201cshrinking smart.\u201d It\u2019s the idea that a shrinking town might not gain back lost residents, but it can raise its quality of life. Instead of fixating on growth, shrink smart turns the conversation to community well-being.

The idea is difficult, uncomfortable and counterintuitive. For some, shrink smart is just the pursuit of efficiency by a different name. Others might call it defeatist. But its champions insist it\u2019s not just realistic but constructive.

\u201cThis is the future of municipal service,\u201d said Norman Walzer, a researcher at Northern Illinois University. \u201cIt\u2019s good governance.\u201d

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Norm Walzer, a leading researcher on population changes in the Midwest, speaks at Stoney Creek Inn Aug. 13 in Moline.

These researchers are careful not to start a self-fulfilling race to the bottom, in which shrink smart exacerbates a mindset of decline. They envision a future in which small Midwestern towns no longer fight forces they can\u2019t change: globalization, automation and urbanization. Instead, towns can pool resources, consolidate institutions, invest in community groups and collaborate meaningfully.

Because, paradoxically, by shrinking smart, contracting communities can thrive \u2014 and perhaps even grow.

\u201cWe have a lot of optimism about their futures,\u201d said Kimberly Zarecor, an architectural historian at Iowa State University, about towns with high quality-of-life standards despite historic shrinkage. \u201cSome towns aren\u2019t shrinking as much\u2014or aren\u2019t shrinking at all.\u201d

Shrinking smart: a history

\u201cShrink smart\u201d is a foreign import. The idea comes from Europe, where researchers have tried to chart a new course for cities coping with population loss.

Around 40% of large European cities are shrinking. Losses are most acute in Eastern Europe, which has undergone systemic change and economic decline since the collapse of the Soviet Union in the 1990s. Globalization has also been a catalyst, as towns struggle to bounce back after the decline of industry.

Shrink-smarters across the Atlantic have inspired researchers in the United States, who are applying their framework of \u201cmanaged decline\u201d to towns in the American Midwest.

\u201cIn the U.S., we have a growth mentality: The way to improve your community is to get a new factory, or more jobs,\u201d explained Peters, the Iowa State sociologist. He and Zarecor are part of a research team studying small towns in Iowa. \u201cThe reality is that most small towns are going to continue to shrink.\u201d

More than two-thirds of Iowa\u2019s counties have shrunk since 2010. In Illinois, counties with fewer than 50,000 residents will lose about 2% of their residents by 2025, according to projections from the Illinois Department of Public Health. Losses will be steeper in the smallest and rural counties.

Those losses are due to out-migration, particularly working-age people moving away. Over the last century, work has concentrated in the cities. Globalization and automation have eliminated many jobs in agriculture and manufacturing, which are pillars of the Midwestern economy.

In America, shrink smart\u2019s most famous case study is Youngstown, Ohio. In 1960, Youngstown had 166,689 residents. In 2018, it had just 64,958 \u2014 a 61% decline.

Almost 15 years ago, the city unveiled Youngstown 2010, a cleareyed plan to prepare the city for shrinkage. The policy marked a new epoch in urban planning. Instead of promising growth, Youngstown\u2019s leaders sought to downsize responsibly.

One of the plan\u2019s features was demolition. The city has demolished some 3,000 houses since 2006, and thousands more are waiting. City planners have targeted some neighborhoods for redevelopment through murals, community gardens, reconverted parks, home rehabilitations and reinvestments. Others neighborhoods were less lucky, doomed for depopulation and demolition.

Some have criticized the plan for neglecting poor neighborhoods, which are expensive to redevelop and sometimes already depopulated. Others have emphasized that the city\u2019s progress remains tepid and unfinished.

Indeed Youngstown lost around 2,000 residents between 2010 and 2018. But that\u2019s better than the 15,000 lost between 2000 and 2010. And many residents who\u2019ve stayed believe that the city has turned a corner.

How to see the future

In Youngstown and countless places in the Midwest, issues around population change remain urgent.

In the Quad-Cities metro area \u2014 which includes Henry County, Mercer County, Rock Island County and Scott County \u2014 some three dozen communities have fewer than 5,000 residents. Almost all are shrinking. Even the Illinois-side flagship cities of Rock Island and Moline are losing residents.

Before communities can pursue a solution, they have to admit there\u2019s a problem. To help locals understand what\u2019s happening, Walzer and Andy Blanke, a colleague at NIU\u2019s Center for Governmental Studies, have created an interactive data tool loaded with information on cities, towns and counties across Illinois.

The platform uses population projections to show how taxes, public spending and debt will change as a local population shrinks.

\u201cIf you run some numbers, and see how property taxes are going to increase, it could cause a number of people to think about this,\u201d Walzer said. For everyday residents and governments, what\u2019s at stake is their bottom line. \u201cIf you don\u2019t do anything at all, you\u2019re going to face significant property taxes,\u201d Walzer added.

Population loss means fewer taxpayers and less tax revenue. Spending can\u2019t always decrease proportionally, due to fixed costs and long-term contracts. The water facility, for example, can\u2019t shrink in size even as fewer people request clean water.

In the long run, this means higher taxes.

Shrink-smart researchers aren\u2019t ideologues or partisans. Their aim isn\u2019t to push for a libertarian, small-government agenda but to arm citizens with facts so they can fight for good governance however a community defines it.

That might involve new government structures or new delivery systems for services or ideas that haven\u2019t yet been proposed.

\u201cIf you really have pride of place, you don\u2019t necessarily need to merge: You can co-op,\u201d said Christopher Merrett, director of the Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs at Western Illinois University. Co-ops can involve shared services, spaces, personnel or equipment. \u201cThere\u2019s different ways of shrinking smart,\u201d Merrett added.

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IIRA Director Christopher Merrett speaks during the annual Midwest Community Development Institute August 12 at the Stoney Creek Inn in Moline. Held annually in Moline, the Midwest CDI gathers\u00a0economic and community developers from across the U.S. to learn, train and talk through issues about community development.

What works

Not all shrinking towns in the Midwest are alike. Some are hollowed out, economically depressed, demoralized.

But others are more complicated. Despite shrinkage, residents of other communities are more satisfied, more upbeat, their quality-of-life standards rising over time.

At Iowa State, the \u201csmart shrinkage\u201d team wanted to understand the differences between shrinking communities that are thriving (\u201cshrink-smart towns\u201d) and the ones that are withering (\u201cdeclining towns\u201d).

The team analyzed survey data collected since 1994 and traveled the state for interviews, examining Iowa towns of fewer than 10,000 residents in each of the state\u2019s 99 counties.

Their results were surprising. On the whole, the two types of towns had remarkable similarities. Demographically, there were no statistical differences in the towns\u2019 populations of minorities, the elderly or the less-educated.

Economically, there were also no differences in incomes or inequality, the researchers concluded. In fact, \u201csmart\u201d towns had fewer full-time and year-round jobs than in the declining towns.

Shrink-smart towns, on average, were smaller in population and larger in geographic size. They also had more children living in two-parent families; had better growth in goods-producing jobs, such as manufacturing and construction; had 13% higher median home values; and had more college graduates.

What mattered the most, though, was not economics or demographics but something softer: social capital\u2014the network of relationships that hold together a community.

Shrink-smart towns rated their communities as friendlier, safer, more trusting, better kept-up, more supportive and more tolerant. They had traditions of local philanthropy and groups to institutionalize it. They had leaders who were open to new ideas. They didn\u2019t stigmatize failure.

\u201cIn short,\u201d the researchers concluded, \u201cshrink-smart towns are viewed much more positively by residents than those in poorly shrinking ones.\u201d

To be sure, shrink-smart towns face persistent challenges, and the declining towns aren\u2019t doomed. Still, shrink-smart towns offer lessons.

A big one: Successful towns invest in community services, such as daycare centers or workout facilities. \u201cPeople will drive in to access that,\u201d Zarecor said. \u201cIf the quality is good, it helps to draw out-of-town people as well.\u201d

In shrink-smart towns, needs are recognized by community groups, not government. Philanthropic organizations and other volunteer bodies bring the community together and give residents something to do.

The events can vary \u2014 a magician, a concert, a sports league \u2014 and they often don\u2019t require much funding. With successful social media marketing, another asset of shrink-smart towns, events can be a difference-maker, particularly for young children and the elderly.

The leading exemplar of a shrink-smart town near the Quad-Cities is Grand Mound, Iowa. The 611-person community in Clinton County has managed to maintain a relatively high quality of life despite ongoing population loss.

The town\u2019s recent history has been full of setbacks: the closure of the local school, of the local grocery store, of beloved restaurants and bars. And, of course, there\u2019s the shrinking population.

Yet, through it all, the town has retained its vibrancy. Mayor Kurt Crosthwaite has an answer for what\u2019s behind it: \u201cIt\u2019s the volunteers willing to put in the time.\u201d

Led by the Community Club, volunteers still support everything, from the local fire department to holiday programming. \u201cI don\u2019t think people are worried,\u201d Crosthwaite said. If a house goes up for sale in town, it doesn\u2019t seem to be up for sale for long. People want to come to Ground Mound.\u201d

Shrink smart is already here

Over the past 15 years, the west-central Illinois area has seen some two dozen school consolidations. The trend isn\u2019t expected to slow down; as small towns lose residents, district consolidation might save taxpayers money by reducing inefficiency.

That\u2019s in addition to the sports co-ops such as the one between Cambridge and AlWood, arrangements that are gaining popularity. This year the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) reports more than 900 sports co-ops statewide.

Some shrinking schools are even switching to eight-man football. The Illinois 8-Man Football Association reports 16 schools with eight-man squads throughout the state.

In Illinois, a state with the third-highest number of public school districts in the U.S., some believe there\u2019s more fat to trim. A 2016 report from the libertarian think tank Illinois Policy Institute concluded that Illinois could save up to $170 million annually by cutting the number of school districts in half. That\u2019s in addition to as much as $4 billion saved in pension costs over the next 30 years.

Locally, other services are already consolidating. Scott and Rock Island counties are moving toward a shared emergency radio infrastructure, Quad-City P25 Radio Project.

Dispatching has already consolidated on both sides of the river. On the Iowa side, the Scott Emergency Communications Center, or SECC, provides joint dispatching in Scott County. In Illinois, QComm911 services Moline, East Moline, Silvis, Milan, Hampton and Rapids City.

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Dispatcher Cpl. Chelsea Noe works in the Rock Island County Sheriff's Office Dispatch Center Wednesday, May 8, 2019, in Rock Island.

For Walzer, this is the essence of shrink-smart policies. \u201cIt\u2019s really about collaboration, not consolidation,\u201d he said. \u201cYou have to have policies not just different by size, but different by type.\u201d

For years economic development has buzzed about attracting companies through incentives such as business parks. But Peters, at Iowa State, pushed back.

\u201cThose programs have a dismal success rate. They\u2019re rarely successful,\u201d he said.

Investments in daycare or wellness centers, he said, are more likely to benefit the community. And those investments don\u2019t close the door to growth. Some residents might choose to live in a community because of those amenities.

\u201cIf you want to be a community that stops the downslide, the downward trend, you have to build up the social connections and social capital,\u201d Zarecor said. Residents who leave and move back, she added, \"are not coming back because they wanted a job. They come back for the social side of it.\"

Generating that social side is the name of the game. If there\u2019s a consensus among shrink smarters, it\u2019s this: hope is not lost. How a community chooses to respond to population loss makes a world of difference.

\u201cEmbrace that you\u2019re shrinking,\u201d Peters said. \u201cIt\u2019s not defeatism to invest in the town and its quality of life.\u201d

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The Storm earned their first win in Peoria, beating the Rivermen 4-2 in their only exhibition meeting of the preseason at the Peoria Civic Center. \"It was the details we'd been going through in the three days leading up to that game and we're getting it,\" Pszenyczny said. \"With the core coming back, they know what I want on a daily basis and the structure we have here. I know I might be sounding confident, but these guys enjoy being here. 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It was just a preseason game, but Quad-City Storm head coach Dave Pszenyczny liked what he saw Saturday night.

The Storm earned their first win in Peoria, beating the Rivermen 4-2 in their only exhibition meeting of the preseason at the Peoria Civic Center.

\"It was the details we'd been going through in the three days leading up to that game and we're getting it,\" Pszenyczny said. \"With the core coming back, they know what I want on a daily basis and the structure we have here. I know I might be sounding confident, but these guys enjoy being here. They think this is one of the best places to play in the league right now and to me, that's perfect.\"

The Storm made their first round of roster cuts Sunday, cutting the roster down to 22 players.

The Storm cut forwards Mark Essery, Fred Hein, defensemen Alex Basey, Aaron Atwell and goaltenders Henry Dill and Cody Karpinski.

\"As a coach, you can go easy on yourself by bringing in just fill-ins, but the guys that were cut today were hard for me,\" Pszenyczny said. \"It's just little things that I noticed from up top and it's important to me how these guys play without the puck.\"

Quad-City must get its roster down to 19 players by Wednesday.

\"This week I'm introducing some new ideas for our system, which I think these guys will be able to grasp pretty easily,\" Pszenyzcny said. \"There's still going to be some competing.\"

The Storm were without Peter DiSalvo, Kristaps Nimanis, Cody Walsh, Sean Kacerosky, Carl Greco, John Schiavo, Michael Casale, Tommy Tsicos and Shane Bennett, all healthy scratches for the preseason game.

While Peoria also sat some of its players, Saturday's performance gives Pszenyczny confidence the series can be much more competitive than last year's when Quad-City was 3-13-0 against Peoria.

It starts Saturday in the season opener back down in Peoria.

\"I told all the guys after the game, I'm pumped that we won, it's our first win there, but next week's a different animal,\" Pszenyczny said. \"Don't think it's going to be that easy next week.\"

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ALTOONA \u2014 The conversation on stage largely was about labor issues facing American workers and unions.

But current domestic and foreign policy matters also seeped into the conversations with the half-dozen Democratic presidential candidates who attended an Iowa union forum Sunday at Prairie Meadows Hotel.

In addition to talking about workers\u2019 wages and collective bargaining rights, the presidential candidates also discussed Kurds being killed and terrorists freed as a result of Republican President Donald Trump\u2019s decision to move away from the Syria-Turkey border some U.S. troops who were assisting Kurdish forces there, and the U.S. House impeachment inquiry into Trump.

After his turn speaking at the forum, former vice president Joe Biden began his session with reporters with a statement on the grim news out of the Middle East.

\u201cYou saw what happened. The onslaught has begun,\u201d Biden said. \u201cThis is a disaster. An absolute disaster. ... This is outrageous.\u201d

Pete Buttigieg, the South Bend, Indiana mayor and former member of the U.S. Navy Reserves, joined the criticism of Trump\u2019s decision, saying it displays what is at stake in the 2020 presidential election. Buttigieg said the priority now must be to protect U.S. troops and interests in the region.

Buttigieg also addressed the ongoing impeachment inquiry led by Democrats in the U.S. House. He said the presidential candidates need to be discussing the inquiry while also addressing the issues that primary voters ask about on the campaign trail.

\u201cAny time something that important is going on in the country, all of us need to speak to it. And my view is that the president\u2019s left the Congress with no choice and that this process is needed to defend the presidency itself and the integrity of the republic,\u201d Buttigieg said.

\u201cAt the same time, most of the questions that I\u2019m getting on the trail are about health care, they\u2019re about what we\u2019re going to do to make sure the economy works for everybody here, they\u2019re about making sure that we\u2019re moving in the right direction together as a country and how we\u2019re going to fall back together in this frighteningly divided country and still undertake the bold actions needed to solve the problems we\u2019ve got. None of that is going to take a vacation just because impeachment is going on. And I think our job is to speak to both of those things.\u201d

A spokeswoman for the national Republican Party accused the Democratic presidential candidates of \u201cputting obstruction and resistance over the American worker.\u201d

\u201cIowans can rest assured knowing President Trump continues to fight for a better economy. One that improves the job market and their paychecks, while ensuring their right to choose what kind of insurance plan is right for their families,\u201d national Republican Party spokeswoman Preya Samsundar said in a statement.

Bernie Sanders was scheduled to appear at the event, but is resting at home after a recent heart attack. The U.S. Senator from Vermont participated in the event via video call.

U.S. Sens. Kamala Harris of California and Michael Bennet of Colorado, and Montana Gov. Steve Bullock also participated in the forum, which was hosted by the United Food and Commercial Workers, which claims to be the country\u2019s largest private sector union, with 1.3 million members.

A new CBS News poll on the Democratic presidential primary published Sunday morning showed a tight race in Iowa between Biden (22%), Elizabeth Warren (22%) and Sanders (21%), with Buttigieg not far behind (14%).

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IOWA CITY \u2013 Mark Kallenberger tossed and turned, turned and tossed, and then he played a football game.

The sophomore from Bettendorf made his first collegiate start on the Iowa offensive line during Saturday\u2019s 17-12 loss to 10th-ranked Penn State, moving into the right guard spot Cole Banwart filled before suffering a season-ending injury.

\u201cThere were a lot of nerves going into it, more than I anticipated,\u2019\u2019 Kallenberger said, comparing it to what he felt a year ago prior to playing a reserve role in his first college game in Iowa\u2019s season-opening win over Northern Illinois.

\u201cI kept waking up (Friday) night and I\u2019m not sure I really ever fell asleep to be honest. There was a lot of anticipation, an anxious feeling. It wasn\u2019t the rest that I needed or that I\u2019m used to getting.\u2019\u2019

Kallenberger had seen action on a weekly basis throughout the Hawkeyes\u2019 first five games of the season, shuttling between the guard spot he played against the Nittany Lions and a tackle spot after starter Alaric Jackson was injured in Iowa\u2019s season opener.

He learned Wednesday he would be moving into the right guard position in place of Banwart, becoming the fourth Hawkeye in Iowa\u2019s 4-2 start to the season to start at the position.

\u201cI moved over to right guard in practice on Wednesday and took all of the reps with the ones, so I knew it was likely that I would get the start this week with Cole out,\u2019\u2019 Kallenberger said.

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz confirmed in his postgame comments that Banwart will miss the remainder of the season, the latest wrinkle in an offensive front five which has used five different starting combinations in six games.

Ferentz said the health situation on the offensive line \u201cmakes it a little bit of a challenge,\u2019\u2019 but said Alaric Jackson seemed to play with greater consistency against Penn State than he did a week earlier at Michigan when he saw his first action in four games.

\u201cWe have some moving parts, but I think we have enough to win with. We just have to get a little bit better with our execution,\u2019\u2019 Ferentz said. \u201cThat was Kallenberger\u2019s first start, playing a little bit of a different position. Thought he responded pretty well, too.\u2019\u2019

The 6-foot-5, 291-pound sophomore found plenty of room to improve.

\u201cMy feet and my hands can be a lot better. I missed some things I should have been able to take care of and I take responsibility for that,\u2019\u2019 Kallenberger said. \u201cPenn State\u2019s defensive line was really good and I missed on the defensive tackle a couple of times, letting him get through for a couple of tackles for a loss. I need to bring more focus.\u2019\u2019

Kallenberger expects that to happen.

\u201cI\u2019m anxious to get back out there and fix some things in practice and get ready for the next game,\u2019\u2019 Kallenberger said. \u201cThe only thing I can do at this point is keep working to get better.\u2019\u2019

And with another week of work and a good night or two of sleep, Kallenberger expects that to happen.

\u201cLike last year after that first game, things settle down and I\u2019m looking forward to improving and it just being the next game, getting into a routine,\u2019\u2019 Kallenberger said.

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IOWA CITY \u2014 Patrick McCaffery always has worn uniform No. 22. Always.

He started wearing it when his father was the coach at Siena College and it was the number of his favorite Siena player, Rick Rossiter. On every basketball team he has played for, at every level, he\u2019s worn it. It also was the number that his good friend and classmate, Austin \u201cFlash\u2019\u2019 Schroeder, wore in baseball.

But when Patrick joined the Iowa basketball program, now coached by his father, he learned that the No. 22 had been retired by the Hawkeyes. It was worn by former Moline High School star Bill Seaberg, who was a star guard on the Hawkeyes\u2019 back-to-back Final Four teams in the 1950s.

With Seaberg\u2019s permission, the number is being unretired so that Patrick can wear it.

Not because Patrick is the coach\u2019s son or because he is a top-100 recruit who could have a highly successful Hawkeye career ahead of him.

It\u2019s because of the story behind the number.

Patrick and Austin Schroeder shared more than just a uniform number. They both were diagnosed with cancer in the spring of 2014 and fought the disease side by side.

Patrick won his battle. Austin did not. He died of T-cell lymphoma in April 2015 at the age of 15.

After that, the No. 22 took on added meaning to Patrick. He said \u201cpretty much everything\u2019\u2019 he does now on the basketball court is done with his buddy \u201cFlash\u2019\u2019 in mind.

\u201cHe was an athlete, so anything I get that has to do with athletics is something that I will never take for granted anymore because he doesn\u2019t get that opportunity,\u2019\u2019 Patrick said. \u201cI just need to keep taking advantage of any opportunity I get. That\u2019s pretty much all my motivation.\u2019\u2019

Patrick has been somewhat reluctant to talk about his fight with cancer until recently, but now that he is stepping into the spotlight as a member of a Division I basketball program, he realizes there is much good that can come from it.

\u201cBeing able to use my platform and trying to get my story out there, maybe it will affect how much money goes toward whoever and maybe people will give more,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cIt\u2019s something that obviously is close to my heart as somebody who\u2019s gone through it and just knowing that we need to keep fighting that disease is something that is really important.\u2019\u2019

Last week he was presented with the Mary Ann Raymond Donnelly Fighting Spirit Award at a Coaches vs. Cancer event in Albany, New York. Following a short video, he spoke briefly about the need to keep raising funds and awareness about the disease.

Ironically, Fran and Margaret McCaffery helped start the Albany event many years ago when Fran was at Siena, long before they knew their son would be afflicted.

Fran McCaffery admitted it was an emotional night to see his 19-year-old son speak about something intensely personal at an event the coach helped found.

\u201cHe was not somebody who liked to talk about that very much,'' Fran McCaffery said. \"I think he said that in his speech. But he's recognized now that it's important that he tell his story for other people. I was really proud of him.\u2019\u2019

Patrick said the path his life has taken in the past five years has made him realize that nothing is guaranteed in life.

\u201cMy story ended up OK but there are a lot of other stories of people that weren\u2019t as fortunate as me,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cI just need to keep being grateful and keep playing hard every single day and make the most of this opportunity.\u2019\u2019

He now has two tattoos related to his fight with cancer.

On the left side of his chest, he has the name \u201cFlash\u2019\u2019 in Austin Schroeder\u2019s own handwriting.

On the inside of his right forearm is the number 22 along with a quote from an ESPYs speech by ESPN personality Stuart Scott, who also succumbed to cancer: \u201cYou beat cancer by how you live, why you live and the manner in which you live.\u2019\u2019

Patrick\u2019s older brother, Connor, who also plays for the Hawkeyes, has the same tattoo on his left forearm.

\u201cThat\u2019s a very deep and meaningful tattoo,\u2019\u2019 Patrick said. \u201cWe went through a lot of this together so it\u2019s just something that will bond us together even more.\u2019\u2019

When Seaberg got a phone call from Iowa assistant coach Kirk Speraw earlier this year and heard the story behind Patrick and Flash and the No. 22, he couldn\u2019t say no.

\u201cI asked \u2018What kind of kid is he?\u2019\u2019\u2019 said Seaberg, who now lives in Evergreen, Colorado.

Upon hearing the details, he said: \u201cHe can use my number as long as he keeps his nose clean.\u2019\u2019

Seaberg, 85, received assurances from athletic director Gary Barta that his number will return to retired status following Patrick\u2019s career. He also received a phone call from Fran McCaffery and a letter of thanks from Patrick.

There is an added twist to the story: Since giving his permission, Seaberg has learned that he also has cancer. He has gone through radiation treatments for prostate cancer and may require surgery eventually.

He\u2019s facing it with the same sort of courage and aplomb as someone else who will wear his old number for the next few years.

\u201cI\u2019m whipping mine like he whipped his so we have that in common,\u2019\u2019 Seaberg said. \u201cIt will work out.\u2019\u2019

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IOWA CITY -- Held to fewer than 100 rushing yards for the second straight week, it was another struggle offensively for the Iowa football team Saturday night at Kinnick Stadium.

Five things to ponder following the now 23rd-ranked Iowa football team's 17-12 loss to Penn State as the team pushes forward to next weekend's 11 a.m. home game against Purdue:

1. The good

Iowa's defense has held up well against a pair of Big Ten heavyweights in the past two games.

Giving up 10 and 17 points to Michigan and Penn State, respectively, the Hawkeyes have taken opponents out of their game.

Penn State showed up at Kinnick Stadium averaging 499.6 yards per game and 7.2 yards per play.

It didn't come anywhere close to that against the Hawkeyes, limited to a season-low 294 yards and 3.8 yards per play as Iowa sacked sophomore quarterback Sean Clifford three times and A.J. Epenesa added to his collection with three more quarterback hurries.

Jack Koerner had a game and career high with 13 tackles, the most by an Iowa defender since Josey Jewell recorded 13 stops in a 2017 game against Purdue.

Cedrick Lattimore with seven, Brady Reiff with six, Dillon Doyle with five and Austin Schulte with four also recorded career-high tackle totals in helping Iowa slow the Penn State offense.

2. The not-so-good

The one area where the Hawkeye defense toiled was in finding ways to get off the field.

Penn State converted on 10-of-19 third-down plays, moving the chains and maintaining possession of the football.

The Nittany Lions held the ball for 32 minutes, 52 seconds, the first opponent this season to deny Iowa an advantage in possession time.

That became critical in the fourth quarter when Penn State had the ball in its hands for 10:23, in part a byproduct of Jaquan Brisker's interception of a Nate Stanley pass and also reflective of the Iowa defense's inability down the stretch to get off the field on third down.

That combination denied the Hawkeyes a chance at their first home win over a rated opponent in two seasons.

3. The bad

While not to the degree that it was an issue a week earlier against Michigan, turnovers and the inability to protect Stanley continued to plague Iowa against Penn State.

The Hawkeyes sliced their turnover total in half from one week to the next, but a fumble by Tyler Goodson in the third quarter and the interception thrown by Stanley in the fourth led to 10 Penn State points.

Do the math\u00a0\u2014 in a game decided by five points both proved to be critical miscues.

Stanley, sacked eight times at Michigan, was sacked just twice by a Penn State team that arrived at Kinnick Stadium averaging a nation-leading five sacks per game.

Defensive tackle Robert Windsor recorded two of the five quarterback hurries and Penn State did total seven tackles for a loss to create additional headaches Stanley believes Iowa will ultimately work through.

\"It always passes,'' Stanley said. \"As long as we continue to put our heads to the grindstone and do what we need to do on a daily basis, this is going to pass and we will get through it.''

4. The identity

Iowa hasn't been the only defense to alter an opponent's approach the past two weeks.

Michigan and Penn State have flipped the script on the Hawkeyes as well, turning Iowa's run-first approach on its head by opening early leads and prompting Stanley and the Hawkeyes to play a different game.

It's a rarity but Iowa's combined 85 pass attempts against the Wolverines and Nittany Lions are 25 more than the equal number of 30 running plays Iowa ran against both Michigan and Penn State, totaling 71 yards of productivity.

\"I don't know where the run is at,'' offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs said. \"It's not what it needs to be. There's a couple of good runs in there and then we kind of stalled out.''

The result has been a combined 15 points\u00a0\u2014 Iowa's lowest two-game total against Big Ten competition since totaling 10 points in consecutive losses to Illinois and Ohio State in 2000.

\"You do what you think is going to give you the best chance to move the ball and ultimately score points,'' coach Kirk Ferentz said, adding, \"I'm not too upset about that. We've just got to do a little bit better.''

5. The aftermath

With Wisconsin shutting out four of its first six opponents and unbeaten Minnesota continuing to find ways to win, Iowa's margin for error in the Big Ten West pretty much vanished with Saturday's loss.

The Hawkeyes needed a split of their last two games to maintain control of their destiny in the division, but now two games off of the pace Iowa will need some help to rekindle division title hopes.

At this point, the big picture is secondary to the little details and taking care of those begins this week.

\"There are still a lot of good things out there for us,'' strong safety Geno Stone said. \"It's up to us to improve enough to be capable of accomplishing them. It starts with the details. We've got to get the little things down because we've seen the last two weeks how the little things make all the difference.''

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Passing the Florida test, LSU continues its climb into the top five this week on my ballot for the Associated Press college football poll.

Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State continue to fill the top three spots on my ballot, with Oklahoma and LSU moving up following Georgia's double-overtime loss to South Carolina.

Unbeaten Wisconsin and Penn State also rise following the Bulldogs loss, moving into the sixth and seventh positions ahead of Georgia.

The Badgers, with four shutouts on their resume and Jonathan Taylor in their backfield, are meeting the eye test. Wisconsin visits Illinois this week before traveling to Ohio State on Oct. 26.

Notre Dame and Oregon each move up a spot as well, the Irish into ninth after a 30-27 win over a fairly pedestrian USC team and the Ducks after a 45-3 rout of Colorado. I keep Georgia in front of Notre Dame in the 8-9 spots based on their head-to-head results.

I dropped the Gators from seventh to 11th on my ballot, a modest drop that maintains a one-spot edge over the Auburn team Florida defeated a week ago.

Among Big Ten teams, Michigan and unbeaten Minnesota make modest gains and Iowa drops from 17th to 23rd on my ballot following its 17-12 loss to Penn State.

The three teams that I had rated below the Hawkeyes a week ago that lost over the weekend, Wake Forest at 19, Memphis at 24 and Virginia at 25, are now on the outside looking in.

Moving in this week are Missouri, the lone team without a conference loss in the SEC East, at 22, Washington at 24 and Appalachian State at 25. The Mountaineers are the last of the 12 remaining unbeaten teams to work their way onto my ballot.

Here is my ballot for this week's AP top 25, which is scheduled to be released early this afternoon:

1. Alabama

2. Clemson

3. Ohio State

4. Oklahoma

5. LSU

6. Wisconsin

7. Penn State

8. Georgia

9. Notre Dame

10. Oregon

11. Florida

12. Auburn

13. Michigan

14. Texas

15. Boise State

16. Utah

17. Arizona State

18. Minnesota

19. Cincinnati

20. SMU

21. Baylor

22. Missouri

23. Iowa

24. Washington

25. Appalachian State

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A year ago we wrote in this space about the Kuno Struck mansion, a stone-and-brick home built in the Jacobean Revival style of architecture, the type you might expect to find in Europe but not central Davenport.

Built during 1910-11, the home retained its grand central staircase, fireplaces, stained glass windows and other features that ranked it among the \"Magnificent Mansions of the Quad-Cities,\" according to a 1958 series in a predecessor to this newspaper.

But the roof leaked, interior plaster was crumbled and small trees were growing in the gutters. Vacant and for sale, the home's future was in doubt.

Then, enter Randy and Mary McDonald. The couple already was living in a historic home in Davenport's McClellan Heights, but decided to give the \"cool looking house\" across the street from the Putnam Museum a visit, Mary McDonald said. They assessed what it would need and made an offer.

\"We love old houses because they have such character and there are so many stories,\" Mary said.

\"Our goal is to have the house be here 100 years from now,\" Randy McDonald added. \"This home deserved to be restored.\"

Despite being retirement age and Mary's full-time work operating the Stardust, an events center in downtown Davenport, the McDonalds closed on the house in November and, after a winter hiatus, got going full-bore in spring. They moved in during June, even though the home wasn't ready, and four months later, work is ongoing.

In addition to all the invisible work that already has been accomplished \u2014 new mechanical systems, a new roof and gutter system and tree removal \u2014 a walk-through reveals a different interior space from a year ago.

The kitchen is all-new

Most changed is the kitchen, which was, as Mary said, a \"confusing space\" in that it had been modernized, leaving little clue as to what it might have looked like originally.

When the house was built, kitchens were not the showplaces they are now. Completely utilitarian, they were mainly for \"the help\" and, by today's standards, small.

By the time the McDonalds saw it, the space was outfitted with modern wood cabinets, laminate countertops and a pressed tin backsplash, but the layout didn't make much sense.

Then Marion Meginnis, 3rd ward alderwoman and historic preservationist, put them in touch with Dave Cordes, another preservationist, who had access to the home's original blueprints.

The drawings by Walter Kruse and Rudolph J. Clausen showed built-in cabinets in the kitchen's recessed spaces and a work table \u2014 a version of today's island \u2014 in the middle.

Following the architects' intent, the McDonalds' had the kitchen gutted and new white cabinets installed along the walls and in the recessed areas, including an area that was a butler's pantry. A black stainless steel\u00a0 refrigerator, oven and microwave were tucked in between cabinets and an island with a four-burner gas cooktop was built in the middle.

\"It makes sense now,\" Mary said of the kitchen. It's still relatively small, but very functional.

Foyer, hall, living room take on new life

The home's foyer and hallway \u2014 the showy areas one sees entering the home \u2014 now contain area rugs and accessories, and work is proceeding to restore the decorative ceiling paint. In some cases, this work includes restoring the plaster as well.

But one of the first things a visitor might notice is that, standing in a corner of the hall, is a ... red, 1973 Honda motorcycle. This is a vehicle Randy had purchased for Mary to use, but when it proved undependable, they had it made into a table by installing a glass top. Cuts allow the bike's rear-view mirrors to stick up through the glass.

The motorcycle table is one of many examples of the McDonalds' sense of humor and fun. While respecting the home's character, they don't feel constrained to accessorize to the early 1900s time period.

Hence you'll find groupings of vintage cameras, one of many items they collect, and a completely modern crystal chandelier in the solarium, an item Mary calls a \"bit of glam.\"

Major work in the living room has included restoration of the wood, bringing out its original sheen, and new paint \u2014 Caribbean blue on the ceiling and a lighter Tiffany blue on the bottom. \"I wanted bold, but I didn't want bold on the walls,\" Mary said.

There's also a new mahogany floor to match the extensive woodwork \u2014 paneling and cabinets \u2014 on the walls. It replaces a lighter oak that was a non-original installation.

Hanging atop the stone fireplace with hand-chiseled oak leaves is an ornately\u00a0 framed reproduction of a painting by Kuno Struck.

The Davenport businessman who built the home enjoyed painting as a hobby and is credited with several hundred landscapes.

The McDonalds were told he did not display his work in his home because he considered that pretentious, but they thought it fitting to have at least one of his pictures in a prominent place.

Fun accessories lend element of surprise

Changes in the solarium also include new paint \u2014 amber/orange on the ceiling, matching one of the colors in the stained glass windows, and a light sage green on the bottom. Again, repair was part of the prep work. \"When it rained outside, it rained inside in here,\" Randy said.

And in this room too, they've accessorized with eclectic pieces they love: An old marching drum with a glass top serving as a coffee table and a turntable for playing vinyl records.

The dining room with its show-stopping honeycombed ceiling and floor-to-ceiling wood fireplace is the least changed of the showy rooms, although the oak floor has been refinished and the room is once again set for dinner.

A plus in restoring the house was that the downstairs was virtually untouched from when it was built, Randy said. \"It would have been easy to turn into a triplex or even a sixplex,\" he said. \"Thank goodness it wasn't.\"

The home currently is zoned multi-family, a zoning that likely occurred when Marycrest College owned the property; the McDonalds intend to have it down-zoned back to single-family.

Another plus is that the home was structurally solid, with steel I-beams on every floor.

Photos: A look inside the remodeled Kuno Struck Mansion
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Six years ago while the votes were being re-counted, Brinson Kinzer was anxiously sitting in the Scott County Administration Center and wondering what must've went wrong on the campaign trail. Only one vote separated him from his opponent as he was hoping to keep his position as the mayor of Blue Grass for another term.

Unofficial results from primary night showed he had lost to his opponent, Timothy Brandenburg, on election night in November 2013. But Kinzer had barely been pushed over the top though absentee votes that came in by mail over the following days.

A recount was called. Fewer than 350 votes had been cast in the mayoral election that year, but the three-member panel of judges had to recount the ballots three times by hand before reaching the same final tally, which affirmed Kinzer\u2019s victory. Each candidate, Kinzer recalls, was on the edge of his seat.

\u201cIt was humbling,\u201d said Kinzer, who uses the experience as a cautionary tale for candidates and to demonstrate that every vote counts in an election. He added: \u201cI do remember somebody telling me, \u2018Brinson, don\u2019t worry. That machine will not lie.\u2019\u201d

This year, Davenport\u2019s mayoral primary is headed to a recount after Alderwoman Rita Rawson narrowly took second place by only eight votes. Third-place finisher Dan Portes has called for the ballots to be reviewed by hand.

The general consensus among experts in voting technology is that a combination of people and machines are needed \u2013 machines to count and people to ensure the machines remain honest,\u00a0said Douglas Jones, a professor with the University of Iowa who specializes in the field of voting technology and elections administration.

Machines are better at counting than humans assuming no other underlying problems exist. But Jones says no amount of testing can show that any machine is error-free.

At the same time, studies have shown that voters place high confidence in present-day electronic voting machines used to tally votes, Jones said. In a social experiment conducted by Jones and his students, the university created a \u201cVote-o-graph\u201d touch-screen machine that purposefully misbehaved to test how users would react when their votes were displayed for the 2008 wrong presidential candidate.

Most of the people participating in the experiment thought they had screwed up. Only one person, Jones recalled, thought something might be wrong with the machine.

\u201cEven voters who caught the machine cheating blamed themselves for the machine\u2019s faults instead of blaming the machine, and had high confidence the machine was counting their votes correctly,\u201d Jones said.

While human clerical error is usually higher in some elections where multiple candidates are being counted for several simultaneous races, Jones said re-counting a single race should be relatively simple. He noted that other developed democratic nations, including England and Australia, have long continued to count votes by hand and only recently began bringing vote-counting machines into the process.

In a Davenport primary, the top two vote-getters advance to the November general election. Alderman Mike Matson was a proven winner on primary night after he took 33% of the vote. But third-place contender Dan Portes has called for nearly 6,500 ballots to be recounted by hand after results now certified by the Scott County Board of Supervisors show he lost the second-place spot Rawson by eight votes.

A recount board consisting of three volunteers chosen by Portes and Rawson will sift through all the sealed ballots sitting in a 40,000-square-foot Scott County-owned warehouse beginning Monday morning. Recount judges will be sequestered there during the count over what\u2019s expected to last two days as each vote is examined for accuracy and re-counted.

Between lunch breaks and the possibility of human errors, Scott County Roxanna Moritz expects the process could take as long as 40 hours to complete. Judges must come to agreement on the final tally in recounts. The process is stringent and all judges must be present at all times.

\u201cIf you go to the bathroom, we stop counting,\u201d said Moritz, who also expects the results will not change after the recount.

Poll workers are trained to log anomalies in their log books on primary night, Moritz said, and so far no irregularities have been found aside from some \u201covervotes\u201d \u2013 when a voter selects too many candidates for a particular office. Regardless, Mortiz says she is confident the results will be upheld because of the preciseness of the voting machines the auditor\u2019s office uses. And Portes\u2019 request offers an opportunity to show the public that the system works, Moritz says.

\u201cI definitely have faith in our system,\u201d Moritz said Thursday after the results were certified and the recount approved. \u201cI have faith in the voting equipment. I think it\u2019s people that make mistakes.\u201d

As the ballots are to be counted again by hand, even Portes doubts the results are going to change. But he says the process aims to \u201cvalidate the system\u201d after supporters reached him noting the closeness of the race.

Meanwhile Kinzer, the former mayor of Blue Grass, is now a member of the Scott County Board of Supervisors. He says the ironic thing for him was that after winning another term to serve as mayor he became the top vote-getter in the election for Scott County Board.

He too is not convinced the recount will change anything. After all, the county has invested much in the new technology now used by the auditor\u2019s office and the equipment is highly accurate.

\u201cMy guess is he may pick up one, maybe two,\u201d Kinzer said of Portes in the upcoming recount. \u201cBut I just don\u2019t think the machines lie.\u201d

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IOWA CITY \u2013 Too little. Too late.

Iowa reintroduced itself to the end zone Saturday night, but a fourth-quarter touchdown wasn\u2019t enough to prevent the Hawkeyes from suffering a 17-12 loss to 10th-ranked Penn State at Kinnick Stadium.

A 33-yard touchdown pass from Nate Stanley to Brandon Smith with 2 minutes, 31 seconds remaining ended an eight-quarter touchdown drought by the 17th-ranked Hawkeyes against Big Ten defenses, but that wasn\u2019t enough to counter a pair of costly Iowa mistakes.

The unbeaten Nittany Lions secured their sixth win of the season by turning the two second-half Iowa turnovers into 10 points, just enough offense to hand the Hawkeyes a second straight loss.

\"We've been turning the ball over, making too many mistakes to beat good opponents like the teams we have been playing,'' Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz said. \"That's the biggest challenge for us, to clean a few things up and keep pushing forward.''

Stanley\u00a0feels like the Hawkeyes have been close to\u00a0having success against a pair of top-20 opponents in Michigan and Penn State, but needs to find a way to finish off drives and end the frustration.

\"As long as we continue to put our heads to the grindstone and do what we need to do on a daily basis, this is going to pass and we will get through it,'' Stanley said. \"We are going to come out the other side of the tunnel. We believe in everybody and each other.''

A 5-yard touchdown run by Noah Cain with 5:17 remaining in the game proved to be the difference.

Cain\u2019s score on a second-down play capped an eight-play, 35-yard drive which chewed more than four minutes off the clock after Jaquan Brisker stepped in front of a Nate Stanley pass and returned his first interception of the season four yards.

Trailing 17-6, Iowa turned to Stanley, and the senior quarterback connected on 7-of-11 passes during the ensuing drive.

Part of a 25-of-43 passing performance that covered 286 yards, Stanley threw for 86 of the Hawkeyes\u2019 87 yards on the drive and recovered his own fumble to gain a first down on at the 33 before hitting Smith with Iowa\u2019s first touchdown against a Big Ten defense since the third quarter of Iowa\u2019s conference opener against Rutgers.

A third-quarter fumble by Tyler Goodson allowed the Nittany Lions to add to a 7-6 halftime lead when Jake Pinegar connected on a 33-yard field goal.

The kick came after Penn State missed multiple opportunities to make its lead even larger after Jan Johnson recovered the Goodson fumble forced by PJ Mustipher at the Iowa 16-yard line.

A replay review overturned a call on the field that tight end Pat Freiermuth had reached the end zone on a 16-yard pass play, placing the ball inside the 1 where, after a pair of holding calls, the Nittany Lions were ultimately forced\u00a0to settle for the field goal by the sophomore from Ankeny, Iowa.

Cain led the Nittany Lions with 102 rushing yards, while Goodson paced Iowa with 35 of the 70 yards Iowa rushed for during the game.

\"Our communication wasn\u2019t where it needed to be and that led to some mistakes,\" Epenesa said. \"We just have to do things a little better. We're doing the right things. We just have to do them better.''

Penn State (6-0, 3-0 Big Ten) put together the only touchdown drive of the opening half and took a 7-6 lead into the locker room at the break.

The Nittany Lions\u2019 KJ Hamler made a head-over-heels leap into the end zone to finish off a 22-yard pass play and a 15-play, 85-yard scoring drive.

His catch came during a 12-of-24 passing performance by Sean Clifford, who rushed for 52 yards in addition to passing for 117 in Penn State\u2019s 12th consecutive win over a Big Ten West Division team.

Hamler\u2019s effort on the third-and-7 play and the ensuing PAT kick by Pinegar gave Penn State a 7-3 advantage with 8:36 remaining the second quarter.

The score erased a lead Iowa had taken in the opening quarter on the first of two Keith Duncan field goals in the opening half, a quarter which saw the Hawkeyes hold the Big Ten's most prolific passing attack to no completions.

\"I thought the first quarter on offense, we looked like a young team,'' Penn State coach James Franklin said. \"We were making mistakes we had not normally made, but then we calmed down after that.''

The first allowed Iowa (4-2, 1-2) to score the first points Penn State has allowed in the first quarter of a game this season, splitting the uprights from 47 yards with 2:12 left in the first quarter.

It capped an 11-play drive that saw Stanley connect on all six of his pass attempts.

Duncan sent a 44-yard field goal try wide right with 5:01 left in the half, but the junior had one more chance after Iowa regained possession of the ball with 1:42 to play in the second quarter.

Stanley worked quickly to position Iowa to trim the Nittany Lions\u2019 lead to a single point.

Consecutive passes of 25 and 11 yards to Nate Wieting \u2014 the first receptions of the season by the Iowa tight end \u2014 moved the ball into Penn State territory, and after Stanley hit Ihmir Smith-Marsette with a 36-yard strike, the Hawkeyes had a first-and-goal from the five.

Mekhi Sargent lost one yard on a carry prior to a pair of incompletions, forcing Iowa to settle for a 24-yard field goal by Duncan with :20 to play in the half and a 7-6 deficit at the break.

Photos: Penn State beats Iowa, 17-12
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For Wall Street, the labor market is often viewed as a proxy on the future outlook of our economy. In other words, when employers are confident in their economic future, they are more willing to commit the capital, resources and time to hire additional labor. For workers, job security helps convert their wages to purchases of goods and services that ultimately drive our economy forward.

In 2018, the labor market soared, driven by the surge in the U.S. economy. This year, much like our national economy, the labor market remains strong but is starting to show signs of fatigue.

Released by the Department of Labor, September\u2019s Employment Report showed the national unemployment rate fell to just 3.5%\u00a0\u2014 a new 50-year low and down from the 3.7% rate reported in August. However, in September, the economy added only 136,000 new jobs, below the 145,000 the market was expecting.

Year-to-date, the economy has added more than 1.45 million new jobs, or about 161,000 per month. This is below 2018\u2019s pace of 223,000 per month but still above the roughly 100,000 new jobs per month that\u2019s needed to keep the U.S. economy growing and expanding.

Of the 13 private sector industries used by the government to track job growth, in the first nine months of the year, the Education & Health Services industry added the most jobs with 484,000. Rounding out the Top 5 were Professional & Business Services (311,000), Leisure & Hospitality (166,000), Construction (110,000) and Financial Activities (81,000). Manufacturing was No. 8 with 41,000 new jobs added. Only three industries experienced a decline. The biggest loss was in Retail Trade, which so far has lost 77,600 jobs. The other two were Mining & Logging (-6,000) and Utilities (-3,500).

The latest Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) gave further evidence of a strong-but-softening labor market. Released each month by the Department of Labor, the survey reports the change in job openings, hires, quits, layoffs and other employee separations.

The August JOLTS reported 7.05 million unfilled job openings. This equates to 1.007 million more job openings than there are Americans who are unemployed and actively looking for work. April 2018 was the first time in U.S. history the number of job openings exceeded the number of unemployed Americans. Though August was the eighteenth consecutive month of this trend, the 1.007 million excess job openings is down from 1.11 million in July and 1.55 million in April.

Taken as a whole, the latest labor market data does provide some comfort on the state of the U.S. economy. No, it\u2019s not the high-octane pace that matched last year\u2019s burst of economic growth. But it does appear strong enough to generate a steady supply of jobs. And for the American consumer, it is jobs that will keep them spending and driving this economy forward.

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Cody Road. Vendors and crafters selling local crafts, LeClaire Civic Club cookbooks, Rada knives, bake sale items, quilts, stockings, spices. Proceeds from the cookbooks, bake sale and RADA knives will benefit the LeClaire Civic Club.","supportsComments":false,"commentCount":0,"keywords":["qca"],"internalKeywords":[],"customProperties":{},"presentation":null,"revision":3,"commentID":"1ec0a555-e464-544f-ac1a-996cc08dad45","body":"

Here are bazaars in the Quad-City area this week:

Today, Sunday, Oct. 13

LeClaire Civic Club: October Craft Show: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., LeClaire Civic Center, 127 S. Cody Road. Vendors and crafters selling local crafts, LeClaire Civic Club cookbooks, Rada knives, bake sale items, quilts, stockings, spices. Proceeds from the cookbooks, bake sale and RADA knives will benefit the LeClaire Civic Club.

Saturday, Oct. 19

Beta Sigma Phi: 41st annual Juried Craft Show: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Galva (Illinois) High School, 1020 N. Center Ave. This will be a juried show with more than 100 Midwest craftspeople displaying handicrafts inside and outside of the high school. Items will include seasonal decorations, candles, wooden items, jewelry, toys, dolls, florals, sweatshirts, garden art, baskets, ceramics, pet supplies and apples, pumpkins, gourds, squash, mums and kettlecorn. Barbeque sandwiches, ham sandwiches, fancy desserts and pies will be served. Proceeds will be used for community service projects of both the Xi Kappa Gamma and Lambda Nu chapters of the sorority. No strollers. $2 admission

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Q: It took almost six months to house-train our labrador, Macy, 5 years ago. We thought we did everything right except the kids weren\u2019t as much help as we hoped, and my wife was working full-time then. Now we have a new beagle and are considering bell training. Will that help learning go fastere?

A:\u00a0 \u201cBell training\" \u2014 or teaching your puppy to touch or ring a bell by the door when it wants to go out \u2014 can be a great trick for your new friend to learn. It can alert you that an outside potty break is needed without your dog having to bark or sit silently by the door \u2014 a signal that can be easily missed. It does not necessarily mean your puppy is going to learn that they need to do their duty outside any faster, though.

All puppies learn at a different pace, but the instructions and training are the same regardless. Here are some suggestions to get this valuable lesson learned ASAP:

\u2022 Never take your eyes off your puppy! If supervision isn't possible, move your puppy to a kennel or crate. For confinement longer than a few hours, a place for elimination should be provided.

A rule of thumb for the length of time your puppy can be left alone is one hour plus one for every month of age. So a puppy that is 12 weeks old should be able to last four hours without going.

\u2022\u00a0 Set a schedule for elimination and feed only at mealtimes. Some puppies may have to urinate three or four times an hour if they are active. Always take a puppy outside immediately after napping and within 30 minutes of mealtime.

\u2022 Don\u2019t make your puppy anxious if an \"accident\" occurs. Loud scoldings only add to anxiety and can make things worse. Do give a favored treat for appropriately going outside to potty.

Some puppies are just slower to learn or, in some cases, training may be slowed by disease. In particular, intestinal parasites and diarrhea can make training difficult. Always have your puppy or kitten examined by your veterinarian in the first or second day in their new home to make sure it is healthy and free of parasites. This should always be the first step to successful housetraining!

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Classes range from crocheting to Excel

Black Hawk College is offering the following community education classes:

\u2022 Becoming a Foster Parent \u2013 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 19. Free, but registration is required.

\u2022 Excel Level 1A \u2013 8:30 a.m. to noon Monday, Oct. 21. The cost is $49.

\u2022 iPad: Intermediate \u2013 5:39-7:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 21. The cost is $23.

\u2022 Benefits of Essential Oils for Children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) \u2013 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22. The cost is $23.

\u2022 Acoustics for Professionals - Residential and Commercial \u2013 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Oct. 22 to Nov. 26. The cost is $75.

\u2022 The Art of Healing \u2013 6-7 p.m. Wednesdays, Oct. 23 to Nov. 13. The cost is $35.

\u2022 SAT Exam Preparation \u2013 1-4 p.m. Saturdays, Oct. 26 to Nov. 16. The cost is $119.

\u2022 Excel Level 1B \u2013 8:30 a.m. to noon Monday, Oct. 28. The cost is $49.

\u2022 Pattern Reading for Crocheting \u2013 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Oct. 29 to Nov. 5. The cost is $28.

\u2022 American Sign Language (ASL) - Intermediate \u2013 6-8 p.m. Tuesdays, Oct. 29 to Dec. 3. The cost is $120.

Class locations vary. For details or to register, visit www.bhc.edu/pace or call 309-796-8223.

Underground Railroad is luncheon topic

You can learn about the large part Illinois played in the Underground Railroad at a Lifelong Learner Lunch sponsored by Black Hawk College. The event will begin at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 7, at the Quad-City Botanical Center, 2525 4th Ave., Rock Island.

The cost is $23; the deadline to register is Thursday, Oct. 31.

Established in the early to mid-1800s, the Underground Railroad was a network of secret routes and safe houses used by African-American slaves to escape into free states with the aid of abolitionists and allies who were sympathetic to their cause.

For details or to register, visit www.bhc.edu/lifelong or call 309-796-8223.

Art center hosts ornament competition

The Muscatine Art Center, 1314 Mulberry Ave., will award cash prizes for best holiday ornament in its \"Heartfelt and Handmade\u201d ornament competition.

Ornaments will be on display Nov. 15-Dec. 15 and will be available to purchase with proceeds benefiting Friends and educational programs at the Muscatine Art Center.

All ornaments must be received by no later than 5 p.m. Nov. 7. For details and an entry form, go to the news release section of muscatineartcenter.org.

Winners will be announced at the center's Holiday Open House on Friday evening, Nov. 15, where attendees will have the first chance to purchase an ornament and bid on items in a silent auction.

\u00a0For more information, contact Melanie Alexander at 563-263-8282 or

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Don\u2019t let the recent unseasonably warm weather spell confuse you; the time to start pruning your oak trees is fast approaching.

Forestry experts with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources said that due to the warm weather conditions, mid-October will be the best time to prune your oak trees. They warn to not prune oak trees between late March and early October to best prevent the spread of oak wilt.

Oak wilt has been present in Iowa and Illinois for many years and is caused by a fungus. The trees most commonly impacted by this disease are species such as red, black, and pin oak, but it can also infect white and bur oak.

If black, pin, or red oak are infected by the fungus that causes this disease they will likely die within the same summer they are infected. If infected, white oak and bur oak can often take a number of years before they succumb to this disease.

A healthy tree can be infected by the fungus that causes this disease two different ways. The first is through open wounds during the growing season. The fungus is carried from a diseased tree to a healthy tree with an open wound by a small beetle.

The second form of infection is through root grafts between oak trees of the same species. For example, if a red oak is infected and there is another red oak within 50 to 100 feet there is a good chance that the roots of these trees are grafted and the fungus can move from the diseased tree to the healthy tree.

Symptoms to look for on infected trees usually include leaves turning a bronzed brown along the outer margins of the leaves. These leaves can often still have some green on them as they fall from the tree. The defoliation tends to start at the top of the tree.

The best way to prevent the spread of oak wilt is to prevent any wounding to oak trees during the growing season. If a tree is wounded from storm damage or pruning is required during the growing season, treat the wounds immediately with a wound dressing such as acrylic paint.

Do not purchase pruning paints or sealants as those products slow the trees ability to seal over the wound.

More information on oak wilt prevention and control can be found by visiting: www.fs.usda.gov/naspf/sites/default/files/publications/identify_prevent_and_control_oak_wilt_print.pdf

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If you've had houseplants outdoors for the summer, they need to come in now.

Most houseplants are \"tropicals,\" growing where temperatures rarely drop below 40. You need to bring them in before nighttime temperatures dip below 45. And the average annual frost date in the Quad-City region is Oct. 10-15, so you definitely want them in by then.

The important thing is to leave outside any bugs that may be hiding in the leaves and/or the pots. Otherwise, the infestation likely will spread inside.

Inspect plants closely for pests such as spider mites, scales or mealybugs. Look on top and underneath foliage. Inspect stems and leaf axils where insects burrow. Hand-remove pests if possible or use an alcohol-soaked swab to brush pests and kill them.

For a little more assurance, hose them off. Wrap the container in a plastic bag, securing it with a twist tie at the base of the plant and gently hose off the plant, making sure to reach the underside of the foliage. (If you have scales, you may want to do this more than once, as they are persistent creatures.)

Even better than plain water is to add an insecticidal soap or a little Dawn dish soap to the water. One step even further is to buy a houseplant pesticide spray and apply it in a safe location according to the label instructions.

Systemic products \u2014 those that go in the soil and are taken up by the plant roots \u2014 are also available, but they take time to work.

If your pots are sitting on the ground, be sure to turn them over and check for bugs underneath. If your plant is root-bound and you can pick it up out of the pot, do that to make sure there are no slugs or snails.

Note: If your plant is extremely root-bound, this might be a good time to re-pot one size up to give the roots a little more room.

While insects are the main concern in bringing in plants, so is the jarring change of light and temperature conditions.

If you can bring them in for a few hours a day and then put them back out, that's great. Just know that if you bring them in all at once, they will need a little time to adjust.

Your plants may go into shock and drop leaves, wilt or otherwise die back. But with care, a little fertilizer and as much indoor light as you can provide (windows or a gro-light), they usually will grow back.

And don't forget to hold back on watering. You may have gotten into the habit of more frequent watering when they are outside. Once inside, they won't need so much. Let the soil surface feel dry to the touch before watering again.

If in doubt, don't water. Water succulents less often, when the soil is dry for several days. Don't water if quite cloudy or rainy weather, as plants won't get sufficient light indoors to dry out.

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Are you ready to change the way you clean up your perennial garden in the fall?

Changing just a few garden habits can make a huge difference to butterflies, moths, bees, and other beneficial insects that overwinter in the Iowa and Illinois landscape, Kelly Allsup, a University of Illinois Extension horticulture educator, said. Following is a new way of looking at fall \"cleanup.\"

First: Do not remove all fallen leaves from the landscape.

\"Leaves provide insulation for overwintering forms of butterflies and moths,\u201d Allsup said.

\"Also, for some species, it is extremely difficult to distinguish between a leaf and a chrysalis. Black swallowtail butterflies who dine on your dill, fennel, parsley, or carrots overwinter as a brown chrysalis that mimics an old fallen leaf. Without allowing this caterpillar to make it to adulthood, we would be without these large, shiny, black iridescent butterflies fluttering from flower to flower.\u201d

However, allowing leaves to accumulate directly on the grass will kill it. So, clean up leaves that fall on lawns, but leave those that fall in the garden or other areas. The one caveat: If you have experienced disease or insect infestations in your garden, clean-up may be necessary to reduce future problems.

Second, stop cutting back perennial forbs (flowers).

\u201cThese plants are still hosting life, despite the browning of leaves from the frost,\u201d Allsup said. Silvery checkerspot butterflies overwinter as caterpillars in brown skins at the base of their host plants. Black-eyed Susans, coneflower, and sunflower are host plants for these smaller orange butterflies covered in black lines, patches, and spots.

In addition to butterflies, carpenter and other bees nest in the pith of stems. The bees are further encouraged if gardeners cut the tips of the stems, making it easier to crawl inside.

Wait until late spring \u2014 if at all \u2014 to cut back these dead stems. Foliage will grow up around them.

If you do cut, cut back to 12-18 inches and cut the snipped foliage into large chunks and spread around the garden to prevent tossing your nesting bees into the compost pile, Allsup said.

Third, do not trim shrubs.

Fall is usually not the time to prune shrubs and large shrubs such as willow could host overwintering red-spotted purple or viceroy caterpillars. These caterpillars overwinter in a hibernaculum, a protective cone that looks like a leaf.

Fourth, do not removing downed trees and logs.

If it\u2019s not possible to leave the entire tree, keep a few logs for bees and other insects to overwinter or nest in.

Five, do not eradicate weeds from the landscape.

Some weeds are actually very beneficial to butterflies and bees. For example, buckeye butterfly larvae feed upon the common plantain. Early-blooming weeds such as violets (violets are weeds?) and dandelions are crucial for bees in the early spring before trees flower. And blue violets are the food of the great spangled fritillary butterfly.

Caterpillars eat your plants, and butterflies and bees visit the flowers in your garden.\u00a0

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Fall has officially begun, so before the cold hits for good, you'll want to winterize your home to make sure the furnace is in good repair and that any cracks and crevices in your home are sealed up for maximum energy-efficiency.

Cut out the following list, put it on your refrigerator and check off each chore when you complete it.

1. Roof: Make a visual inspection. If you can't physically climb onto the roof, use binoculars. A roof should be straight. Any sagging might signal rotting sheeting. Look for missing, dried or broken shingles. Flashing (thin metal strips around vents and other roof openings) should be examined for leaks. Look for vents that might have become detached. If you spot any of these problems, get them repaired as soon as possible.

2. Chimney: Loose brick, crumbling mortar joints and missing caps are signs of neglect on brick stone chimneys. Hire a mason for these repairs. Your chimney should have a cap to keep out critters and moisture. Indoors, use a flashlight to inspect the inside of your fireplace. The damper should operate freely, and the flue should be free of creosote buildup, which can cause unwanted fires. If you use your fireplace frequently, schedule an annual cleaning with a professional chimney sweep.

3. Gutters and downspouts: Leaves and debris can clog your gutters this winter, forcing water from melting ice to seep back under the shingles. This is called ice damming, and it can cause leaks in your roof.

To remove wet leaves and debris, use a two-person system. One person works on the ladder, digging with a garden trowel or plastic scoop, while the other is stationed at the base of the ladder, holding it steady. You'll need to do this throughout the fall until all leaves are gone.

You might also consider investing in gutter guards that keep leaves and small sticks out of your gutters so you don't have to do all this cleaning. Often these products are on sale in the fall.

You also can hire someone to do this for you. Sometimes using a leaf blower is sufficient.

Repair or replace sagging gutters and reattach loose downspouts. Make sure downspouts carry water at least three feet away from the house to prevent basement moisture. Ridge vents need to be kept unobstructed for your house to breathe correctly.

4. Insulation: Install attic insulation to eliminate drafts and lower heating bills. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, up to 45 percent of a home's energy loss is through the attic.

5. Heating system: An annual inspection and cleaning by a licensed heating contractor is a wise investment. Some tasks, including changing filters on a monthly basis, you can do yourself. A well-maintained heating system runs more efficiently and saves money in the long run. Registers, vents and duct openings also may need to be cleaned.

Beware of furnace scams, however. If a serviceman says you need a new furnace, for example, get a second opinion. Your heating system should be cleaned more often if your family has indoor pets.

6. Air conditioners: Store or cover and seal a window unit tight with its tarp or cover. Insulate between the side of the unit and window frame with Fiberglas-covered fiberboard and caulk the gaps. Partially cover free-standing units, allowing them to breathe.

7. Sump pump: Manufacturers recommend that sump pumps be examined and cleaned four times a year, and one of those times is now.

8. Smoke alarms and carbon-monoxide detectors: These don't last forever. One sign a smoke alarm needs replacing is when it beeps for no apparent reason. The unit's sensor is shot; replace the alarm. Most newer models of carbon-monoxide detectors have test buttons. Refer to the manufacturer's instructions to test the detector. Alarms or detectors that are 10 years old or older should be replaced. Check batteries, too.

9. Doors and windows: Caulk, replace worn weather stripping and broken or cracked glass. Install storm windows, if you have that kind of window.

10. Siding: Whether you have wood, vinyl, aluminum or some other kind of siding, it gets dusty with time and fall is a big time for spider webs. To clean your house, go around with a broom, then use a garden hose to wash it down, working from top to bottom.

If you have wood siding, repair or replace siding that is rotting.

11. Rodent infestation: Seal up possible entrances to your home using sheet metal, steel or concrete. Mice can squeeze through openings as small as a dime and fall is the time of year when they like to come in from the cold.

If you've had problems in the past, install traps or other rodent-ridding products and keep them around into winter.

12. Exterior faucets: Turn off the water supply before the first frost. A shutoff valve usually is situated in the basement or crawl space near each exterior faucet. Roll up hoses and store them in a dry place.

13. Porch, patio, deck: Check shelter supports and foundations for rot or separation. Store or cover patio furniture, terra cotta planters and barbecues.

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Short or tall, big or small, ornamental alliums are a treat for flower gardeners and for butterflies, bees and other pollinators. Plant the bulbs in fall and enjoy months of colorful spring and summer blooms \u2013 this year, and for years to come.

Just like their relatives, onions and chives, ornamental alliums are easy to grow and trouble-free. Pest, diseases and even deer don\u2019t bother them. Most types are reliably perennial and winter hardy in zones 3 to 8. (the Quad-City region is zone 4 to 5, depending on exact location.)

Alliums prefer well-drained soil and full sun, though they will also grow in partial shade.

You can choose flowers that are white, yellow, pink, purple or even blue. All are long-lasting and combine nicely with other perennials. They are also excellent cut flowers. When alliums finish blooming, their foliage fades away quickly, so surrounding flowers can take center stage. Check the bloom times so you can have some alliums blooming all season long.

Here are five choices:

\u2022 Allium hollandicum \u2018Purple Sensation.\u2019 Provides a burst of color just prior to peony bloom. Raspberry-violet globes measure 3- to 4-inches across and are held high on 3-foot stems that rise above most newly emerging perennials.

\u2022\u00a0Globemaster alliums. These show-stopping flowers are the size of bowling balls, on sturdy, three-foot-tall stems. Bloom time is the same as most peonies, which make excellent companions. The dried seed heads are striking when left in the garden and will usually last into early autumn.

\u2022 Allium christophii. Has eight-inch diameter flowers atop 12- to 18-inch-tall stems. The spiky, violet\u2013pink blossoms have a silvery sheen that adds to the stunning appearance.

\u2022 Drumstick allium, Allium sphaerocephalon. This is a good choice for amongst ornamental grasses or other perennials. The two-toned, raspberry and green flowers have long, slender stems and are a fabulous addition to early summer arrangements. Drumstick alliums will self-sow, so they\u2019re ideal for naturalizing.

\u2022 Allium bulgaricum, also known as Nectaroscordum siculum or Sicilian honey garlic. The sprays of dangling, cream and burgundy florets have an exotic look that\u2019s completely different from other alliums.

Once you start growing ornamental alliums, you\u2019ll find yourself looking for more varieties and more ways to include these beauties in the landscape.

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Hummingbirds are migrating south now and, like other species, they need to build up body fat in order to make their large migration flights. Refueling locations like backyard feeders are important.

If you feed hummingbirds, be sure to keep up your feeders for at least 10 days after you see your last birds to make sure you are providing food for any stragglers, according to a news release from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.

One of the triggers for birds to migrate is day length, so regardless of food availability, they will migrate as the days grow shorter. You need not worry that feeding them will stop them from migrating when they should.

Although migration of ruby-throated hummingbirds usually lasts from late August to early October in Iowa and Illinois, this year they still are being reported in the second week of October, according to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.

Many of the birds being seen now bred north of Iowa and Illinois and are working their way to their wintering areas in Mexico and Central America.

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Key play

Jaquan Brisker recorded his first interception of the season in the fourth quarter Saturday, picking off a Nate Stanley pass at the 39-yard line and returning it four yards with 9 minutes, 22 seconds left in the game. The turnover led to a 5-yard touchdown run by Noah Cain, which provided Penn State with a two-score advantage.

Key stat

Iowa turned the ball over twice Saturday, both in its own territory during the second half, and Penn State turned both mistakes into points. The Nittany Lions added a field goal to their 7-6 halftime lead following a third-quarter fumble and secured their sixth straight win over the Hawkeyes with a touchdown that followed a fourth-quarter interception.

Quotable

\"Night games at Kinnick are great. There\u2019s so much energy in the stadium. But when the game is over, it\u2019s good to get home and relax for a bit knowing that Sunday and the start of a new week is just hours away. Then, it starts all over again.\" \u2013 Iowa fullback Brady Ross

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Penn State 17, Iowa 12

Penn State;0;7;3;7;--;17

Iowa;3;3;0;6;--;12

First quarter

Iowa \u2013 Keith Duncan 47-yard FG. Drive \u2013 11 plays, 38 yards, 5:28. Time remaining \u2013 2:12. Key plays \u2013 Nate Stanley 6-of-6 passing, 44 yards, including a 10-yard pass to Mekhi Sargent on third-and-8 to the Penn State 20; Stanley sacked for a nine-yard loss by Shaka Toney and Robert Windsor, forcing the field goal. Score \u2013 Iowa 3-0

Second quarter

Penn State \u2013 KJ Hamler 22-yard pass from Sean Clifford. Jake Pinegar kick. Drive \u2013 15 plays, 85 yards, 5:40. Time remaining \u2013 8:36. Key plays \u2013 Penn State 4-for-4 on third-down conversions, including a six-yard pass to Hamler on third-and-5 to the Penn State 26 and a nine-yard run by Clifford on third-and-4 to the 41 followed by a 13-yard pass to Jahan Dotson into Iowa territory. Score \u2013 Penn State 7-3

Iowa \u2013 Duncan 24-yard FG. Drive \u2013 10 plays, 84 yards, 1:26. Time remaining \u2013 0:20. Key plays \u2013 Stanley passes of 25 and 11 yards to Nate Wieting on consecutive plays to the Penn State 40; Stanley 36-yard pass on a third-and-10 play to Ihmir Smith-Marsette to the Penn State 4-yard line. Score \u2013 Penn State 7-6

Third quarter

Penn State \u2013 Pinegar 33-yard FG. Drive \u2013 6 plays, 1 yard, 1:38. Time remaining \u2013 2:08. Key plays -- Penn State\u2019s Jan Johnson recovered a Tyler Goodson fumble at the Iowa 16-yard line; three holding penalties kept Penn State out of the end zone. Score \u2013 Penn State 10-6

Fourth quarter

Penn State \u2013 Noah Cain 5-yard run. Pinegar kick. Drive \u2013 8 plays, 35 yards, 4:05. Time remaining \u2013 5:17. Key plays \u2013 Jaquan Brisker intercepted a Stanley pass at the Iowa 39-yard line; Clifford carries of 11 and 7 yards on third-and-10 and third-and-1 plays. Score \u2013 Penn State 17-6

Iowa \u2013 Brandon Smith 33-yard pass from Stanley. Pass failed. Drive \u2013 12 plays, 87 yards, 2:46. Time remaining \u2013 2:31. Key plays \u2013 Stanley 7-of-11 passing, 86 yards, including a 9-yard pass to Nico Ragaini on fourth-and-5 to the Iowa 48. Score \u2013 Penn State 17-12

A \u2013 69,034

\u00a0PSUIOW
First downs2021
Rushes-yards53-17730-70
Passing117286
Comp-Att-Int12-24-025-43-1
Return Yards5342
Punts-Avg.7-42.145-34.0
Fumbles-Lost0-03-1
Penalties-Yards8-801-5
Time of Possession32:5227:08

\u2014\u2014\u2014

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING\u2014Penn St., Cain 22-102, Clifford 16-52, Ford 4-17, J.Brown 4-16, Slade 4-8, Dotson 1-(minus 4), (Team) 2-(minus 14). Iowa, Goodson 8-35, T.Young 7-22, Sargent 9-18, Stanley 6-(minus 5).

PASSING\u2014Penn St., Clifford 12-24-0-117. Iowa, Stanley 25-43-1-286.

RECEIVING\u2014Penn St., Hamler 7-61, Freiermuth 2-25, Dotson 2-19, Shorter 1-12. Iowa, Brandon Smith 7-86, Ragaini 7-55, Smith-Marsette 5-72, Wieting 4-54, Sargent 1-10, Goodson 1-9

TACKLE LEADERS -- Penn St., Lamont Wade 5-2-7, PJ Mustipher 5-2-7, John Reid 4-3-7, Garrett Taylor 6-0-6, Tariq Castro-Fields 6-0-6; Iowa, Jack Koerner 4-9-13, Chauncey Golston 4-4-8, Kristian Welch 3-5-8, Matt Hankins 4-3-7, Nick Niemann 4-3-7, A.J. Epenesa 3-4-7, Cedrick Lattimore 2-5-7

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IOWA CITY \u2014 There was an impassioned pregame speech by former quarterback Ricky Stanzi.

There were some shiny, new, totally gold, glow-in-the-dark uniforms.

There was the clever striped look of the stands with the fans alternately wearing gold or black depending on what section they were seated in.

If that wasn\u2019t enough, there was that moment early in the second quarter when Iowa\u2019s 2009 Orange Bowl team was introduced, including former Pleasant Valley star Brett Greenwood, a star safety on that team. Greenwood, who was disabled by a heart arrhythmia in 2011, courageously stood on his own while flanked by Pat Angerer and Joe Conklin, two other Quad-Cities-bred players from that squad, as the crowd roared its approval.

It\u2019s not as though there wasn\u2019t cause for members of the current Iowa football team to be inspired and excited Saturday night.

And the Hawkeyes did appear to be very motivated when the game began and at other times during the evening.

It didn\u2019t last.

Tenth-ranked Penn State took Iowa\u2019s best shot early in the contest, brushed it off, then cranked out a methodical 17-12 victory to spoil another of those magical night game atmospheres at Kinnick Stadium.

In the end, the only real magic was that Iowa\u2019s hopes for a spot in the Big Ten championship game pretty much disappeared.

It left many to wonder how good the current Hawkeyes really are.

They\u2019re undoubtedly going to be good enough to handle upcoming opponents such as Purdue and Illinois, and it certainly doesn\u2019t appear as though Nebraska and Northwestern are going to be monumental obstacles.

But Saturday afforded a chance for the Hawkeyes to make a real statement about their prowess, to show that last week\u2019s stinker at Michigan was an anomaly. It was a chance to show they are a top-level Big Ten team instead of just an above-average squad destined to spend the holidays at the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl or the SERVPRO First Responder Bowl.

As we said, there were moments when the Hawkeyes looked really good Saturday, at least on one side of the ball.

There seems little question this team has a championship caliber defense. It has allowed just 27 points in the past two weeks against ranked teams.

The Hawkeyes didn\u2019t allow a first down until a minute-and-a-half remained in the first quarter. They didn\u2019t give up a completed pass until a minute-and-a-half into the second quarter. They got two sacks on Penn State\u2019s first series after having only seven in the first five games of the season.

Even when Penn State did score, it\u2019s not as though the defense got gouged. All 10 of the Nittany Lions\u2019 second-half points were the result of turnovers by the Iowa offense.

About that offense: It\u2019s not very good right now.

It\u2019s certainly not very balanced.

In these two back-to-back defeats, the Hawkeyes had 546 yards passing but only 71 rushing.

They have a veteran quarterback who wasn\u2019t totally awful Saturday \u2014 Nate Stanley completed 25 of 43 passes for 286 yards \u2014 but the running attack is almost non-existent and the offensive line isn\u2019t up to the usual Iowa standards.

All of that was improved over the previous game at Michigan, but it still wasn\u2019t good enough to get a statement-making victory.

The touchdown the Hawkeyes scored with 2 minutes, 31 seconds remaining \u2014 on a phenomenal 33-yard catch by Brandon Smith, by the way \u2014 was their first TD since September.

It was the sort of spectacular pitch-and-catch that Stanzi used to perpetrate with Marvin McNutt and Derrell Johnson-Koulianos.

Stanzi, who was undefeated in three career starts against Penn State, served as the Hawkeyes\u2019 honorary captain for the game and delivered an emotional speech to the players. He told them that they needed to do more than just hunt, as they did at Michigan. They had to eat, they had to be hungry.

In a pregame radio interview, he recalled the importance of the Hawkeyes\u2019 2008 game against Penn State in another of those mystical night-time scenes at Kinnick. Daniel Murray kicked a 31-yard field goal as time ran out to secure a 24-23 victory that served as a springboard to future glories.

\u201cThat was a big opportunity for our team,\u2019\u2019 Stanzi said. \u201cWe didn\u2019t really have an identity yet. That season was kind of up and down, but once we were able to win that game we were able to get into a momentum that carried on into 2009.\u2019\u2019

It could have been the same way Saturday.

But it wasn\u2019t.

Photos: Penn State beats Iowa, 17-12
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BOURBONNAIS, Ill. \u2014 St. Ambrose earned what head coach Mike Magistrelli called a \"confidence win.\"

The Fighting Bees beat Olivet Nazarene 17-7 despite losing starting quarterback John Benckendorf to a hamstring injury in the second quarter.

Magistrelli said Benckendorf is expected to miss two to six weeks with the injury. It's the second straight game the Fighting Bees have had a quarterback injury as Dino Borrelli broke his collarbone against Saint Francis (Ind.).

Freshman Declan McDonald played in relief, throwing for 34 yards and rushing for a 1-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter to put the Bees up 17-7.

\"He came in and did a great job of running the offense,\" Magistrelli said. \"That's a difficult situation to be throw into as a freshman in your first varsity action and a big game and a tight game.\"

The Bees also lost senior defensive end Ryan Zitkus to a knee injury in the game. Zitkus entered Saturday leading the Bees with six tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. Magistrelli said his status is uncertain moving forward.

The win snapped a three-game losing streak for the Fighting Bees (2-3, 2-0) who remain atop the Mid-States Football Association Midwest League standings.

\"I think it brings a lot of confidence that we can find different ways to win, we can win with all three phases and we can win with all sorts of adversity,\" Magistrelli said. \"Guys played extremely hard.\"

Defensively, the Fighting Bees held the Tigers (2-4, 1-1) to 277 total yards and only 75 on the ground. St. Ambrose also had five takeaways, its first setting up the first score of the game.

On a punt attempt, the Tigers snapped the ball over the head of the punter and into the end zone. The ball was recovered by Blake Wittman for a touchdown to put St. Ambrose up 7-0 at the 5-minute, 14-second mark of the first quarter.

The Tigers tied the game in the second quarter on a 23-yard touchdown pass from Jordan Lawton to Jalen Dunnigan.

St. Ambrose retook the lead on a 32-yard field goal from Tom Gillen in the third quarter, then put the game away on the McDonald touchdown run.

The Bees rushed for 253 yards on the day, with four different runners finishing with over 40 yards.

\"With the offensive line and the running game leading the way, we did what we had to do to win a football game,\" Magistrelli said. \"It's a great team win. The confidence we can pull out of this is huge.\"

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PEORIA, Ill.\u00a0\u2014 One week down, one more to go.

The Quad-City Storm had a strong preseason outing Saturday, beating the Peoria Rivermen 4-2 at the Peoria Civic Center.

The two teams open the regular season against each other in Peoria next Saturday.

Ludlow Harris Jr. opened the scoring at the 2-minute, 39-second mark of the first period, capitalizing on a 3-on-1 rush.

Dakota Klecha made it 2-0 on another odd-man rush in the second period, beating Peoria starter Brody Claeys at 6:47.

Rookie Taylor Gauld scored at 4:10 in the third period.

Ryan Mulder started the game in net for the Storm and stopped all 11 shots he faced before being relieved by Henry Dill in the second period. Dill made 13 saves on 15 shots.

Zach Nieminen scored Peoria's first goal at 9:13 in the third period. Dalton Mills re-upped the lead to 4-1 with a goal at 12:59.

Michael Moran capped the scoring with a power-play goal at 13:38 in the third period.

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What: Purdue (2-4, 1-2)

Where: Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City

When: Saturday, 11 a.m.

TV: ESPN2

FYI: Injuries to starting quarterback Elijah Sindelar and wide receiver and preseason all-American return specialist Rondale Moore have changed the look of the Boilermakers in recent weeks. Redshirt freshman Jake Plummer has started the past three games under center for coach Jeff Brohm\u2019s team and season-long issues in the run game have continued for Purdue. Plummer was sacked 10 times a week ago at Penn State and as a team, the Boilermakers are last in the Big Ten in rushing with an average of 50.8 yards per game. Searching for answers, Purdue has rotated nine offensive linemen in its most recent games. Freshman David Bell has stepped up in Moore\u2019s absence, catching 17 passes for 300 yards in his first five games. Defensively, linebacker Ben Holt has been the Boilermakers' most consistent player. The Western Kentucky transfer is second in the Big Ten with 55 tackles. As a team, Purdue is giving up a Big Ten-worst 452.8 yards per game.

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IOWA CITY\u00a0\u2014 Matt Kroul figures he brings his own credentials to being recognized as an America Needs Farmers Wall of Honor selection.

The defensive lineman became the eighth former Hawkeye to be included among those recognized for their contributions to both farming and Iowa\u2019s football program in the ANF Plaza on the northwest corner of the Kinnick Stadium.

A Mount Vernon, Iowa, native who lettered at Iowa from 2004-08, was honored during the game by the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, which started the program to recognize the ANF program started by former Iowa coach Hayden Fry to bring attention to the work of farmers during a farm crisis in the 1980s.

Hawkeye players have worn ANF stickers on their helmets since that time.

\"I\u2019m humbled, honored to be a part of this list with the seven previous names,\" Kroul said. \"That\u2019s a special group of guys. I tell coach (Kirk) Ferentz all the time that they accomplished a lot more on the field than I did. I\u2019m excited to represent farming day in and day out.\"

Kroul, who saw action in six NFL games with the New York Jets between 2009-11, currently operates a farm with his family near his hometown. The family raises corn, soybeans and a variety of produce in addition to raising 150 cattle.

He joins Casey Wiegmann, Jared DeVries, Bruce Nelson, Robert Gallery, Dallas Clark, Chad Greenway and Aaron Kampman in receiving the recognition.

Joe Johnson, executive director of the Iowa Farm Bureau, said the program continues to serve a purpose.

\"This is a great opportunity to recognize former Hawkeyes who display the tenacity, the integrity and the work ethic Iowa farmers show every day,\" Johnson said.

Kallenberger starts: Mark Kallenberger became the fourth player this season to start at right guard on the offensive line for Iowa.

The sophomore from Bettendorf made his collegiate starting debut in place of injured Cole Banwart in Saturday\u2019s game.

Kallenberger, who has seen time at tackle and guard in a reserve role this season, moved into a position where Levi Paulsen started in Iowa\u2019s opener and Kyler Schott made a pair of starts before Banwart returned from a preseason injury to start against Middle Tennessee and Michigan.

Schott has missed the last three games with an injury, and Banwart, who missed the first three games with an injury, limped off the field during the second half of the game against the Wolverines.

Bold in gold: Iowa wore alternate uniforms for the first time in two seasons on Saturday.

The Hawkeyes traded their normal black home jerseys for bright gold uniforms highlighted by black \"wings\" over the shoulder pads. The look was a takeoff from jerseys worn by Iowa teams in the mid 1990s, which were black but included gold \"wings.\"

Iowa running back Toren Young said teammates were pretty excited for the \"cool look\" when the jerseys were unveiled during the summer.

As for Young, the junior said he doesn\u2019t typically get all that worked up about alternate jerseys.

\"I\u2019m just a football player,\" he said. \"I\u2019d be good with going out there wearing leather helmets.\"

Iowa last went away from its standard home uniforms on Nov. 4, 2017, a game when the Hawkeyes knocked off third-ranked Ohio State 55-24.

Ice breaker: Keith Duncan scored the first points Penn State has allowed this season in the first quarter when his 47-yard field goal gave Iowa a 3-0 lead with 2 minutes, 12 seconds to go in the opening quarter.

The Nittany Lions had outscored their first five opponents 69-0 in the first quarter.

A grand: With a 29-yard kick return in the second quarter, Iowa\u2019s Ihmir Smith-Marsette reached a milestone.

The junior\u2019s run back allowed Smith-Marsette to reach 1,000 yards for his career.

Back to work: Two cornerbacks and a defensive tackle were back in uniform for Iowa on Saturday after missing recent games with injuries.

Starting cornerback Matt Hankins and reserve Riley Moss were both available to take the field against the Nittany Lions and starting defensive tackle Brady Reiff returned to action.

Hankins missed the last three games, Moss had not seen action since leaving Iowa\u2019s season opener and Reiff returned following a three-game absence.

Honorary captain: Former Hawkeye quarterback Ricky Stanzi was Iowa\u2019s honorary captain Saturday.

A three-year letterwinner from 2008-11, Stanzi went 26-9 a starting quarterback for Iowa and is the only quarterback in Hawkeye history and just the third in the Big Ten to guide a team to three bowl victories.

Stanzi joined Iowa captains at midfield for the pregame coin toss and was with the team before and after the game.

Weekend reunion: Stanzi was among a group of more than 50 players from Iowa\u2019s 2009 team, which celebrated a reunion of its Orange Bowl-winning team over the weekend in Iowa City.

The group, which included Quad-City natives Pat Angerer, Brett Greenwood and Joe Conklin, finished with an 11-2 record, including an overtime loss to Ohio State in a game that decided the Big Ten title. That team won its final regular-season game and went on to beat ninth-ranked Georgia Tech 24-14 in the Orange Bowl.

Orange Bowl representatives Phillis Oeters and Henry Viera joined the team in Iowa City for the weekend reunion.

Under the lights: Saturday\u2019s game was the 20th night game in the history of Kinnick Stadium and the eighth time the Hawkeyes have hosted a ranked opponent under the lights.

Penn State has been the most frequent opponent Iowa has played at night, visiting the Hawkeyes four times.

Iowa\u2019s first night game was played on Sept. 5, 1992, when the Hawkeyes dropped a 24-7 game to top-ranked Miami (Fla.). The Hawkeyes have had two night games annually in each of the last five seasons.

Weekend visitors: This weekend was Iowa\u2019s biggest in-season recruiting weekend for the Hawkeye football program.

More than 55 prospects from the 2020, 2021 and 2022 recruiting classes were among players visiting the Iowa campus this weekend.

Photos: Penn State beats Iowa, 17-12
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The Mississippi River at Lock and Dam 15, Rock Island, spent its 104th day of 2019 over its 15-foot flood stage.

The River is expected to crest at 17.2 feet early Monday and then begin a slow drop. As of 6 p.m. Saturday the river was at 16.97 feet, according to the National Weather Service, Davenport.

The Rock River at Moline stood at 13.3 feet at 4:30 p.m. Saturday and was falling. Flood stage there is 12 feet.

Meteorologist Mike McClure of the National Weather Service, Davenport, said that both rivers will remain above their respective flood stages for at least the next seven days.

\u201cThe good news is we\u2019ll be dry for the next week,\u201d McClure said. \u201cI don\u2019t see much rain in the forecast for the coming week. We\u2019ll have a funnel system moving quickly through Tuesday which will bring a very slight chance of light rain, but it won\u2019t last long.

\u201cThe next chance of any significant rain may be next Saturday, but again, that is a week away,\u201d he said.

By next Saturday morning the Mississippi River at Rock Island is forecast to have dropped to 16.1. The Rock River at Moline is forecast to have dropped to 12.2 feet by then.

Saturday marked the 285th day of 2019. During that time the Mississippi River at Rock Island has spent 104 days above it 15-foot flood stage, according to data gathered from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers website.

The river has been below flood stage for 181 days this year.

For 95 straight days, from March 16 through June 18, the Mississippi River at Rock Island was above flood stage.

On May 2, a record crest of 22.7 feet was set.

The lowest the river has been this year according to the Corps of Engineers\u2019 data is 6.43 feet on Sept. 4.

Sunday\u2019s forecast calls for sunny skies with a high of 51 degrees and a brisk west wind that is expected to be sustained at 10-20 mph with gusts as high as 30 mph.

Monday\u2019s forecast for Columbus Day calls for sunny skies and a high of 55 degrees with calm southwest winds of about 5 mph.

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Bettendorf pushed Ankeny, ranked No. 4 in Class 5A, to the limit Saturday but fell just shy of capturing its home invitational championship.

After dropping the first set of the final 25-22, the 11th-ranked Bulldogs came back to win the second 25-18. Ankeny proved too much in the final set, however, winning 15-9 to take the title.

Prior to the finals, the Bulldogs had dropped only one set, topping Alleman 21-11, 21-11; Burlington 21-16, 19-21, 15-6; and Iowa City High 21-19, 21-15 in pool play. Bettendorf then eliminated Rock Island 25-14, 25-22 in the semifinals to set up the match with Ankeny.

Claudia Johnson led Bettendorf with 32 kills over the tournament's five matches, with Annie Stotlar adding 27. The Bulldogs offense was set up by Maggie Erpelding (50 assists) and Abbey VanMiddlesworth (46). Riley Deere contributed 64 digs and nine aces, and Kaalyn Petersen led the Bulldogs with nine blocks.

Rock Island had reached the semifinals by going 2-1 in pool play, topping Muscatine 23-21, 23-21, and Davenport North 25-23, 17-21, 15-11, but losing 21-6, 21-8 to Ankeny.

North went 1-2, with losses to Rock Island and Ankeny but a 21-15, 16-21, 15-11 win over 0-3 Muscatine.

Alleman also went 0-3, losing 21-13, 21-11 to City High and 22-20, 21-12 to Burlington in addition to its game against Bettendorf.

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For three years, Taylor Puglisi has been striving toward a particular personal goal.

Saturday morning at United Township's 25th annual Panther Invitational, Moline's senior diving standout not only achieved her goal of setting a meet record but ignited the Maroons' championship effort in the process.

Puglisi tallied 398.40 points to break the seven-year-old Panther Invite one-meter mark of 396.30 held by Normal Community's Rachel Williams. Coupled with an individual title from classmate Olivia White, Moline tallied 233 points to top Dunlap by nine for the team crown.

\"That was amazing,\" said Puglisi. \"I've worked toward this for the last three years; it's been a goal of mine for a long time. To finally beat it, it's outstanding. The whole team was happy, they all celebrated with me.\"

With the Western Big Six and sectional swimming and diving meets coming up over the next month, Puglisi is looking to build upon her Saturday performance and put together a fitting finale to a strong prep career.

\"I'm looking good for the Big Six and sectionals,\" she said. \"This is the best I've felt about my dives.\"

While Puglisi's record-setting performance was the highlight of the day, fellow senior White enjoyed her own golden moment in Saturday afternoon's swimming competition at the United Township pool.

White hit the wall in 5:22.35 to win the 500 freestyle, edging out sophomore teammate Sophia Greko (5:23.87). The duo also teamed with senior Gabbi Lopez and sophomore Clara Van Note for runner-up finishes in the 200 (1:45.51) and 400 (3:48.06) freestyle relays.

\"It was a pretty solid day,\" White said. \"I definitely think this meet possibly has a lot more competition than sectionals, so the results were pretty good. It's good to see where we're at at this point in the season.\"

Greko also scored a silver medal in the 200 freestyle with a time of two minutes flat, with White (2:01.35) not too far behind in third place. Lopez scored bronze in the 100 butterfly (1:02.74).

\"It's a friendly competition. We like to push each other in practice and in races,\" Greko said of herself and White's close finishes. \"We've been working hard all year, and for us, it's always good to go against teams we know are our equal or faster. It pushes us even more.\"

Pleasant Valley tallied 213.5 points to finish third at the 13-team meet behind a strong performance from sophomore Taylor Buhr. Buhr bagged four gold medals, two as an individual and two in relay events.

She won the 200 IM with a 2:12.68 clocking and captured the 100 breaststroke in 1:09.71 in addition to teaming with Abby Buechel, Jordan Neymeyer and Grace Veach for wins in the 200 medley (1:55.10) and 200 freestyle (1:44.08) relays.

\"This meet is a big meet for us, being our last one before districts,\" Buhr said. \"It helps to show where we're at for the next couple of weeks, especially with our practices getting harder and harder.\"

In both of Buhr's individual wins, she bested Neymeyer, who took second in the 100 breaststroke (1:10.32) and third in the 200 IM (2:17.47). Buechel also scored a silver in the 100 freestyle (56.22).

\"We really have been close for a long time; we've been swimming together forever,\" said Buhr. \"We both push each other, and help each other.\"

Among other area competitors, Morrison (fifth, 148.5 points) got a runner-up finish from Sadie Norman in the 100 butterfly (1:01.68), while Rock Island (ninth, 41) got a bronze medal from Olivia Sholl in the 100 breaststroke (1:11.15).

Photos: 25th Annual UTHS Girls Swimming Invitational
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CHAMPAIGN \u2014 Almost nothing went right for Illinois in the first 30 minutes of Saturday's game against No. 16 Michigan.

The offense was anemic, going three-and-out on five of its first seven possessions and punting on all seven. Defensively, things were worse, much worse.

The Wolverines entered Memorial Stadium desperately seeking an opportunity to get their own offense back on track, and that opportunity came against an Illinois defense that's handed out road maps to opposing offenses looking for the way.

Michigan scored the first 28 points behind a suffocating defense and a running game for which the Illini had no answer. Even by the results in Illinois head coach Lovie Smith's four-year tenure, things were bleak.

Then all of a sudden, things were less bleak. Illinois rattled off 25 straight points, the defense forced a punt or a turnover on four straight possessions (save for the end of the first half where Michigan ran the clock out), the offense made big plays behind backup quarterback Matt Robinson and Illinois was within three points early in the fourth.

Fumbles ended two straight Illini offensive possessions after that and Michigan capitalized to pull away in the final eight minutes for a 42-25 win at Memorial Stadium.

Maybe there's a middle ground to find between Illinois' (2-4) ability to reel of 25 straight points behind backup, redshirt freshman Matt Robinson making his first career start at quarterback, and not crossing the finish line for a marquee win over Michigan after a dismal start while allowing a total for 489 yards of offense.

Down 28-0 in the first half and 28-7 in the locker room at halftime, Illinois had to find out who it was and who it wanted to be for the final 30 minutes. Smith called it a \"gut check.\"

\"We had to decide what we wanted to do,\" Smith said. \"We chose to fight harder. It\u2019s always tough when you lose a ball game. If you look at that moment, and to be able to play that type of football throughout, for 60 minutes, then we\u2019re going to have something here.\"

The same turnovers that ended up allowing Michigan to seal the game and escape Champaign with the win were exactly what got Illinois right back into the game. Illinois safety Stanley Green and linebacker Jake Hansen each forced a fumble, and Green recovered both. Illinois scored eight points off the turnovers and suddenly things were in the hands of an offense that started moving.

Robinson led the offense, going 16-of-25 for 192 yards and a touchdown and played mistake-free before his two fourth-quarter fumbles. He made his first career start because starter Brandon Peters is in the concussion protocol, causing him to miss the chance to play his former team.

All things considered, against a defense that entered the game ranked fifth in the Big Ten for total defense, Robinson played well. But Illinois couldn't take the final step to put the game away.

\u201cIt\u2019s definitely tough when you\u2019re that close in the fourth quarter, three points, but then to come up short is definitely tough,\" Robinson said. \"It\u2019s something to build on, I think.\"

Robinson found receiver Josh Imatorbhebhe five times for 102 yards \u2014 Imatorbhebhe's first 100-yard game \u2014 and a touchdown, including a big 35-yard leaping catch down the sideline that led to an Illinois touchdown.

Initially, Robinson and freshman Isaiah Williams split series before Williams left with an injury and Robinson settled into the offense. For a lightly-recruited, under-sized quarterback in his first start, Robinson drew praise from Smith and his teammates for his composure.

\u201cAs we talk about being down 28 to 0, you know (Michigan is) going to pin their guys back and come,\" Smith said. \"I though Matt was poised, composed and made plays when he needed to. Of course Josh Imatorbhebhe, seemed like whenever we go to him, we probably need to go to him more, it\u2019s a tough matchup for a defensive back and he made plays.\"

All Illinois has to show for its comeback effort that fell short is another number in the loss column, the fourth straight loss after a 2-0 start. It was another game they couldn't close out to get a marquee win \u2014 perhaps the best in Smith's tenure.

\"I\u2019m proud of the guys for fighting, but we know we have to finish,\" said running back Dre Brown. \"We talked before the game how we had to get the game into the fourth quarter and we did that. Obviously, it wasn\u2019t the plan to be 28-7 at halftime, but we got the game in the fourth quarter and gave ourselves a chance to win. Now we\u2019ve got to finish.\"

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FARGO, N.D. \u2014 The things that have undone Northern Iowa in recent history against North Dakota State undid the Panthers again Saturday.

Square in it at halftime, trailing by four and with the ball first, UNI had a chance to seize early momentum and instead everything went haywire for the Panthers.

A fumble on the UNI's third play of the third quarter was recovered by the Bison leading to a quick NDSU touchdown. A dropped pass in the end zone and a missed field goal with the a chance to get within four followed.

Those are things that can't happen on the road and against the defending national champion.

The end result was NDSU (6-0 overall, 2-0 MVFC) won for the 27th consecutive time and sixth straight over UNI (3-3, 1-1) with a 46-14 victory at the FargoDome in a game that was still close after three quarters.

\"The things that hurt us was the fumble after halftime, then we drive the field and drop the touchdown pass,\" UNI head coach Mark Farley said. \"Then the defense ... when we couldn't stop the run we couldn't control anything, and it teetered over from there.\"

Trey Lance threw for three touchdown passes, and Adam Cofield ran for a pair touchdowns as part of a 347-yard effort on the ground by NDSU.

Will McElvain was 15 of 29 for 233 yards for UNI, with Isaiah Weston hauling in 129 receiving yards on five catches with a touchdown.

\"A lot of missed opportunities in the second half,\" Weston said. \"That team, just absolutely disciplined fundamentally and you can't make mistakes or leave points out there like we did.\"

The game turned on a dime in the third quarter with the Panthers in good position starting on UNI's first possession.

On a third-and-nine play, McElvain hit Deion McShane on a crossing route. Just short of the yard to gain, McShane was hit hard and the ball popped loose and NDSU's Marquise Bridges recovered at the Panther 35.

Two plays later, Lance hit Noah Gindorff on a 30-yard touchdown pass and it was 25-14.

UNI wasn't defeated, yet. McElvain hit Weston for a 37-yard gain to the NDSU 35, and runs of 9 and 7 by Alphonso Soko and Tyler Hoosman got the Panthers inside the 20. But on second-and-10 from the 19, McElvain hit a wide open and normally sure-handed Jaylin James in the end zone and James couldn't hold onto it. Two plays later, kicker Matthew Cook missed a 37-yard field goal.

\"Two missed field goals. Dropped pass in the end zone. Too many plays given up by our defense ... frustrating,\" said linebacker Bryce Flater, who led UNI with 11 tackles.

It was still a 11-point game at the start of the fourth,25-14, but a long 11-play drive ended in a Cofield 1-yard touchdown and Cofield scored on 37-yard run and Kobe Johnson added a 50-yard touchdown run as the game spiraled out of control for the Panthers.

\"That sequence plays again ... you take away the touchdown and then they got up by two scores and it started to unravel,\" Farley said.

NDSU took the opening kick right down the field as Phoenix Sproles hauled in a 36-yard touchdown pass and the Bison converted a two-point play to make it 8-0 quickly.

UNI responded with a nice drive with Aaron Graham and James with receptions of 18 and 17. But after making his first nine field goal attempts of the season, Cook was wide right from 42 yards.

A short punt set NDSU's next scoring drive as Lance hit Christian Watson for a 19-yard score and a 15-0 lead on a drive that started at the Panthers 44.

It looked like things would get worse after UNI drove to the Bison 38. On a trick play, McElvain threw backwards to Deion McShane, but his pass intended for an open Trevor Allen was under thrown and intercepted by James Hendricks.

But UNI got a huge break when a NDSU fumbled on the next play, and the ball bounced to Chris Kolarevic who returned it 40 yards to the Bison 11.

After a sack, McElvain found Weston, lined up tight, in the back of the end zone for a 17-yard score. It is the fifth-consecutive game Weston has caught a touchdown pass.

\"We were in reduced splits and I think that threw the entire defense off,\" Weston said of the touchdown. \"Their corner wasn't on me and the free safety wasn't even looking at me, so as soon as I broke my route off it was green grass and I scored.\"

The Bison added a 25-yard field goal by Griffin Crosa with 6:29 left to half, but a huge 30-yard pass from McElvain to Weston set up a Tyler Hoosman 6-yard touchdown run that pulled the Panthers to within 18-14.

\"The first half we responded the way I thought the game would go,\" Farley said. \"

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NAPERVILLE \u2014 With an opportunity to make a huge statement, the Augustana football team suffered an all too familiar fate against North Central on Saturday.

The ninth-ranked Cardinals shot out of the gates with two quick scoring drives and then shook off a brief Augie surge to roll to a 42-14 CCIW victory at a sunny, chilly, wind-swept Benedetti-Wehrli Stadium.

The senior-laden Vikings were coming off their first victory over Millikin in their careers and were looking to end a 13-game losing streak to North Central. However, the nationally ninth-ranked Cardinals showed their strength and ability to bounce back from their first loss of the season last weekend to now fifth-ranked Wheaton.

The loss dropped Augie to 3-2, 2-2 in the CCIW ahead of next week's home game with North Park.

\u201cMy job is to get them ready for the physicality and speed of the game and we weren't ready for that,\u201d said Augie coach Steve Bell. \u201cThey hit faster and more physically than we did.\u201d

Thinking they had a good chance to give the Cardinals a run, that start surprised the Viking boss.

\u201cWe've got so many older kids and have so many snaps under out belts that shouldn't have been a surprise,\u201d said Bell of his team being caught flat-footed early. \u201cWe've seen that team three times prior and they had some success early and we didn't, and it snowballed faster than we thought it would. We couldn't make enough plays to get out of it.\u201d

The Cardinals (4-1, 3-1 CCIW) were stout on both sides of the ball\u00a0\u2014 especially so on offense in the first half when they had 337 yards in 51 plays. Conversely, Augie ran just 29 plays for 84 yards\u00a0\u2014 almost half of that coming on a 39-yard scoring strike.

The Cardinals scored three rushing touchdowns\u00a0\u2014 all by Ethan Greenfield (2, 2 and 3 yards). Senior quarterback Broc Rutter hit junior wide receiver Andrew Kamiensky for the other NCC scores on plays of 30, 32 and 6 yards.

North Central wasted little time attempting to take control of the game. The Cardinals took the opening kickoff 81 yards in eight plays. After forcing a quick Augie three-and-out, the hosts got the ball back on a punt and drove 65 yards in nine plays for a 14-0 lead at the 6:51 mark of the first.

Going for the early knockout punch, the Cardinals pulled off a successful onsides kick, but the Vikings defense righted the ship and got a stop. The teams traded punts, with Augie winning the field position battle and taking over at the NCC 42.

After a 3-yard run by Bobby Jarosz (19 carries, 67 yards), fifth-year senior quarterback Zach Fuller dropped a dime to senior wideout Tom Dolis in the end zone for a 39-yard scoring strike. Owen Ennis' PAT kick cut the margin to 14-7 with 57-seconds left in the first quarter, and it looked like the Vikings might have found a way to stay in the game.

However, North Central took advantage of a bad Augie snap that resulted in a giveaway at the Viking 2 after being pinned by a punt.

\u201cThat really was a huge momentum shift,\u201d said Bell. \u201cThat's a tough scenario pinned down there. \u2026 It was a bad snap. Especially where we're at, you're just basically handing them a touchdown.\u201d

Greenfield scored on the first play after that recovery, and that was followed by scores on the hosts' next two drives and a 35-6 halftime lead.

NCC added a third-quarter score and the Vikings closed the scoring when former Rock Island standout Alek Jacobs led a six-play, 53-yard drive that he capped with a 15-yard TD run with 4:18 left in the game.

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POLK CITY, Iowa \u2014 Pleasant Valley played in 11 tournaments prior to the Class 4A boys state golf tournament. Its only loss was by two strokes.

The Spartans and Southeast Polk tied for third in the team standings with a 36-hole total of 654. The tiebreaker was each team\u2019s fifth golfers score from Saturday afternoon.

The difference? Two strokes.

SEP\u2019s Jason Hesner shot an 87 that beat PV\u2019s Lucas Wood round of 89 as the Rams broke the Spartans hearts and left the Tournament Club of Iowa with the third place team trophy.

\u201cIt\u2019s all part of the game,\u201d PV coach Mike Nedelcoff said. \u201cPlayed hard, battled through some tough conditions, I\u2019m proud of them.\u201d

Waukee won its fourth team title in the last six years, outlasting West Des Moines Valley 649-650.

After Friday\u2019s opening round, the Spartans had the overnight leader, another in the top-three and a tie for third in the team standings with West Des Moines, Dowling.

PV\u2019s top-four \u2014 Jack Dumas, Jack Roemer, Nathan Tillman and Mitchell Wood \u2014 had a combined 44 shots over par and as a team, put together a 329, four shots more than Day 1.

\u201cIt\u2019s just golf, we\u2019ll be fine,\u201d Dumas said. \u201cWe got it next year.\u201d

The Spartans entered the state tournament with the lowest team score in the district meet at 304. Wind gusts of 30-35 miles per hour and temperatures feeling like it was in the 40s provided a combo they couldn\u2019t overcome.

\u201cIn my opinion, it was the wind,\u201d Roemer said. \u201cOver those long putts and short ones, everything\u2019s moving, it\u2019s just tough. You miss a couple and your confidence drops and that\u2019s what happened.\u201d

PV won\u2019t be leaving empty-handed.

Roemer and Dumas placed in the top-five to leave with individual medals. Roemer carded a two-day total of 152 to finish third after a tiebreaker decided by cardback broke a tie for second, while Dumas recorded a 154 for the tournament to place fifth.

The two juniors combined for 10 birdies and saved par 34 total times.

\u201cTheir golf game speaks of themselves,\u201d Nedelcoff said. \u201cThey both ran into a few bumps in the road. I\u2019m more proud of how they handle themselves.\u201d

Both had their struggles in the second round.

Having played even par through the first eight holes, Dumas was just one shot off the lead.

He then went into a tailspin.

Dumas double-bogeyed four of the next five holes then bogeyed the Par-4 14th to go from second to outside the top-five.

After going out in 36 on Friday, Dumas carded a 42 over the final nine holes to finish 12 over par.

\u201cCouple bad breaks, couple bad swings,\u201d he said. \u201cGot it into the hazard a couple times. Nothing really changed, just happens in golf.\u201d

Roemer, the 18-hole leader, started off in a world of bogeys.

The junior saved par on No. 1 then proceeded to bogey four straight holes and double-bogeyed the par-4 sixth. He was six-over par two-thirds of the way through the front nine.

\u201cI three-putt five of the first six holes, when it\u2019s windy and I just missed putts that you need to be able to win a tournament like this,\u201d Roemer said. \u201cThe putter wasn\u2019t working today.\u201d

After parring the final three holes, Roemer said he started to feel confident in his game. That went away in a hurry.

Bogeys on Nos. 10 and 11 pushed Roemer to eight over for the round and nine over for the tournament. He battled back with consecutive birdies on No. 14 and 15, but the early hole was too big to dig out of.

Roemer bogeyed the final two holes to end his tournament 10-over par. He finished with a tournament-high seven birdies.

\u201cI drove it pretty well the whole day. I didn\u2019t throw it all away,\u201d Roemer said.

Tillman and Mitchel Wood placed T44 and T57, respectively. Tillman carded a 36-hole total of 173 while the younger Wood fired a 177 for the tournament.

Linn-Mar\u2019s Dillon Burr recorded a 73 both days to claim the individual state title.

Bettendorf placed 12th in the team standings with a two-day total of 712 strokes. Its highest finisher was senior Mitch Nikulski, who fired a two-round total of 173, good for a tie for 44th.

Assumption freshman Keaton Thissen finished solo 66th in his first state tournament, carding a 182 over 36 holes. He dropped six shots from his first round score.

PV returns its top-four finishers plus sophomore Alex Blackwell. Dumas is already excited for what it can accomplish next fall.

\u201cWe\u2019re going to be better than we were this year,\u201d he said. \u201cIt\u2019s going to be a fun year next year.\u201d

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Seth Dickson drives from Galesburg to Davenport for work five times a week, Monday through Friday.

The 25-year-old and his father, Reece Dickson, made a special trip to the Quad-Cities Saturday morning to attend an event billed as a \"Stop the Madness\" rally protesting the potential impeachment of President Donald Trump in front of the Rock Island district office of U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos, D-Moline.

They were among six people who gathered an hour before the event in the parking lot of the now-shuttered Quad City Liquor store located across from Bustos' office at 24th Street and 4th Avenue.

By the time Illinois Rep. John Cabello, R-Rockford, spoke to the crowd, there were over 60 people on hand, many holding signs or carrying Trump flags.

According to Mandi Merritt, the Republican National Committee's regional communications director, the gathering was part of a nationwide effort \"to hold Democrats like Bustos accountable for their extreme actions and politically motivated behavior.\"

Bustos is one of 28 Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives who have not made public statements indicating support for the impeachment effort, which is linked to a whistleblower's report that the president may have sought help from a foreign power to find \u201cdirt\u201d on Joe Biden, a Democratic presidential candidate.

In September, Bustos released a statement categorizing Trump\u2019s actions as an apparent \u201cabuse of power\u201d and called for a \u201cthorough and unimpeded investigation of the whistleblower\u2019s report.\u201d

The Dicksons said they were aware Bustos hasn't voiced support for impeachment, but they said they would have attended the rally simply to show support for Trump.

\"I work for John Deere, and I was a Bernie Sanders supporter for a long time,\" said Seth Dickson, who was carrying a large blue Trump flag. \"But I have never agreed with the Green New Deal. And as far as impeachment goes ... I just feel the charges against Trump are charged up.\"

Reece Dickson echoed his son's sentiments. He described himself as a longtime Democrat, Gulf War veteran, and a member of the Teamsters.

\"I'm a union guy, and what really did it for me was NAFTA,\" Dickson said, referring to the North American Free Trade Agreement. \"I live in Galesburg, and I've seen what that treaty has done to destroy jobs.\u00a0 I think Donald Trump is for the American worker. And I understand capitalism. But I've just seen too many jobs go overseas. It has to stop.\"

Merritt said she wasn't surprised to see people at the rally from as far away as Galesburg\u00a0\u2014 a 45- to 50-minute trip up Interstate 74.

\"We've had pretty good turnout at the rallies so far, but it is always hard to predict,\" Merritt said. \"We are just hoping for a good turnout, and Trump's supporters get a chance to send a message to Representative Bustos that it's time to do the job people elected her to do.\"

Cabello, who co-chaired the Trump organization's state campaign in 2016, said Democrats \"are grasping at straws\" starting any kind of impeachment process.

\"It's just another distraction. There's a time to play games and a time to go to work,\" Cabello said before the start of the rally. \"It's time to work\u00a0\u2014 to do the work Americans need.\"

In conjunction with the anti-impeachment rallies, the RNC has debuted a new website, StopTheMadness.gop. It's billed as a one-stop clearinghouse to defend the president, and it offers opportunities for people to sign up as volunteers, get details about planned protests, and more.

A $2 million television and digital buy also is part of what the RNC is calling a \"nationwide push against 60-plus vulnerable Democrats who campaigned on reaching across the aisle to work with President Trump.\"

That advertising has included local commercials featuring the image of Bustos with members of the Democratic caucus, including Reps. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.; Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich.; and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. The commercials call all four women \"radicals.\"

The commercial is a clear attempt to link Bustos to politicians Trump has singled out as \"enemies\" as recently as this week.

\"Our democracy is not negotiable,\" Bustos, the chairwoman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, said Wednesday in a prepared statement. \"It is sacred and certainly not to be traded at any price.\"

Merritt defended the commercials.

\"Bustos is one of the Democrats who promised to work with President Trump and then turned her back on him,\" she said. \"Representative Bustos should be working on issues that really matter to the people of Illinois. That's radical.\"

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IOWA CITY\u00a0\u2014 It has become just another game for Geno Stone.

For the only Pennsylvania native in the Iowa football lineup, facing 10th-ranked Penn State is more about dealing with the Big Ten\u2019s most productive passing attack than it is about sentimental feelings.

\"The first couple years, it was a big deal to play Penn State for me. Now, it\u2019s more about the football and less about it being my home state school,\" Stone said.

Some of that is maturity and experience \u2014 Stone has played against the Nittany Lions the past two seasons \u2014 and some of that is the reality of the moment.

The leader of the Hawkeye secondary from his spot at strong safety sees another stiff test awaiting 17th-ranked Iowa in today\u2019s 6:30 p.m. game at Kinnick Stadium.

\"We need to be in a position to play our best football,\" Stone said. \"We didn\u2019t do that at Michigan. We\u2019re back home at Kinnick, back under the lights, and we need to put together a game.\"

Penn State will give the Hawkeyes little choice.

First-year starting quarterback Sean Clifford, a 6-foot-2 sophomore, is throwing for an average of 288.6 yards per game for a Nittany Lions team which is averaging 47 points per game while allowing just 7.4.

\"He\u2019s stepped in and done a good job of running that offense,\" Stone said. \"They\u2019ve got a good quality group of receivers who step up and make plays. They\u2019ll test us in a lot of ways. It\u2019s something we have to be ready to deal with.\"

Coach Kirk Ferentz labels Penn State the \"best offensive team\" Iowa has faced during its 4-1 start to the season, a challenge for the Hawkeyes as they work to rebound from last week\u2019s 10-3 loss at Michigan.

\"The whole thing is taking what we learned and trying to grow from that,\" Ferentz said. \"That\u2019s really what we are focused on doing. \u2026 We are playing a top-10 football team that is playing with great confidence and momentum.\"

Stone sees that as well.

\"They\u2019ve moved the ball pretty much against every one they\u2019ve played,\" Stone said. \"It\u2019s a pretty typical Penn State team, full of talent that can challenge you a lot of ways.\"

Iowa\u2019s defensive backfield is in a better position to deal with that now than it was several weeks ago.

Free safety Kaevon Merriweather and cornerback Julius Brents have returned from injuries and cornerback Matt Hankins is back at practice as well, providing additional strength to a secondary that was minus four of the eight players listed on the season-opening depth chart because of injury.

\"We\u2019ve had to stick together and as guys come back, we\u2019re in a position where even more guys have experience that should help us compete moving forward,\" Stone said. \"We\u2019ve gone through a lot of stuff and now we can benefit from that.\"

Stone has recorded 20 tackles on the season, forcing and recovering one fumble but, more importantly, providing needed leadership.

\"Geno is not a senior, but he\u2019s a veteran player that everybody respects and knows that he will be ready to go when it\u2019s time to go,\" Ferentz said. \"\u2026 You rely on those guys, not only to perform well, but to also help steady the ship when things are not going so well.\"

Stone grew up in New Castle, Pennsylvania, about a three-hour drive from the Penn State campus.

He grew up dreaming of becoming a Nittany Lion, but the Hawkeyes were the only power-five program to offer the 5-foot-10, 210-pound safety.

Stone had one solo tackle and two assists in the Nittany Lions\u2019 21-19 walk-off win at Kinnick Stadium two years ago as a freshman, and a year ago he took the field at Beaver Stadium for the first time and returned an interception 24 yards for a touchdown in Penn State\u2019s 30-24 win over Iowa.

The pick was among four Stone recorded last season, a collection he added to a week ago with his first interception of the season in Iowa\u2019s 10-3 loss at Michigan.

His work has caught the attention of Nittany Lions coach James Franklin.

\"It\u2019s hard to watch a young man from Pennsylvania playing at another program in our conference playing so well,\" Franklin said. \"I\u2019ve got a lot of respect for him. He has really developed into one of the premiere players, in my mind, in the Big Ten.\"

Stone accomplished that by maintaining the type of focus that led him to his first pick of the season last week.

\"You talk about guys doing things in practice and having it carry over to a game,\" Ferentz said. \"I think he had two picks last week in practice, maybe not on the same routes or patterns, but doing things right during the week, those things do tend to show up and he\u2019s a good illustration of that.\"

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To gear up for holiday commerce, JCPenney is holding a hiring event from 2-8 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 15, where management will hold in-person interviews and make employment offers on-the-spot.

The department store chain will hire 100 seasonal associates in the Quad-Cities area for a variety of store positions. JCPenney has stores in Davenport and Moline. Seasonal associates receive the store\u2019s full associate discount up to 25%.

Applicants can apply online at jobs.jcp.com or in-store at at an applicant kiosk before the event, which will be held at stores nationwide.

Davenport company wins prestigious industry safety award

S.J. Smith Company, a welding supply company based in Davenport, was awarded the 2018 CGA & GAWDA Distributor Safety Award for companies with more than 100,000 employee exposure hours.

The award was given at the GAWDA Annual Conference in Washington, D.C., held earlier in the month. It's based on five years of safety data that determines improvement in safety performance.

\u201cSafety is one of our three core values, along with honesty and integrity, and customer-driven excellence,\u201d said CEO and President Richelle Smith-Brecht. \u201cWe want our employees and the public to be as safe as possible, and that\u2019s why we have such a diligent review and training process.\u201d

The family-owned business has 12 locations in Iowa, Illinois and Missouri.

Iowa-based Access Systems named Triple Crown Award winner

Access Systems has been named a 2019 Triple Crown Award winner by CRN, a brand of The Channel Company.

The award recognizes North American companies based on revenue, growth and technical expertise.

\u201cTriple Crown Award winners have pulled off the trifecta \u2014 they\u2019re among the top solution providers in North America according to revenue, have experienced substantial growth over the past year, and are committed to building and\u00a0 maintaining the technical skills needed to provide customers with the highest level of service,\u201d said Bob Skelley, CEO of The Channel Company.

Access Systems is a Waukee-based technology company with an office in Davenport.

Doodads moving to downtown Davenport

Doodads, an antiques store formerly on W. Locust Street, is moving to downtown Davenport.

The estate store\u2019s new location is in the works at 430 W 3rd St. The old location at 1536 W. Locust has closed.

\u201cWe are excited to be moving downtown!\u201d store management wrote on Facebook. \u201cIt\u2019s got a great vibe and we can\u2019t wait to get down there and be a part of that fantastic energy that\u2019s happening.\u201d

The new location is next to Abernathy\u2019s and near the fire station.

The new location will be open by the end of the month, according to Facebook posts from the store.

Iowa\u00a0Cattlemen's Association marketing listening sessions scheduled

The Iowa Cattlemen's Association is inviting cattle producers to attend an upcoming listening session across the state. Maquoekta will host one of the sessions at 10 a.m., Oct. 23, at Johnson family Farms, 101 300th Ave.

The sessions are designed to help the search for new solutions to market problems faced in the region.

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The seventh Associated Press Iowa high school football rankings of the season is scheduled to come out Monday afternoon.\u00a0

Here is a look at how Matt Coss of the Quad-City Times voted:

Class 4A

1. West Des Moines Valley (7-0, def. C.B. Abe Lincoln 49-6; LW: 1)

2. Cedar Falls (7-0, def. Waterloo West 48-17; LW: 2)

3. Dowling Catholic (6-1, def. Sioux City East 61-7; LW: 3)

4. Cedar Rapids Kennedy (6-1, def. Bettendorf 28-18; LW: 5)

5. Ankeny Centennial (6-1, def. Fort Dodge 56-29; LW: 6)

6. Bettendorf (5-2, lost to Cedar Rapids Kennedy 28-18; LW: 4)

7. Southeast Polk (5-2, def. Sioux City West 75-0; LW: 8)

8. Ankeny (4-3, def. Des Moines Lincoln 42-0; LW: 9)

9. Waukee (4-3, def. Ottumwa 74-12; LW: 10)

10. Des Moines Roosevelt (6-1, def. Marshalltown 31-15; LW: NR)\u00a0

Next five teams (in order): Cedar Rapids Prairie (5-2); Linn-Mar (5-2); Dubuque Senior (5-2); Indianola (5-2); Fort Dodge (4-3)

Class 3A

1. Western Dubuque (7-0, def. Cedar Rapids Xavier 20-14; LW: 2)

2. Cedar Rapids Xavier (6-1, lost to Western Dubuque 20-14; LW: 1)

3. Solon (7-0, def. Mount Pleasant 35-14; LW: 4)

4. North Scott (6-1, def. Clinton 45-0, LW: 5)

5. Independence (7-0, def. Charles City 30-7; LW: 7)

6. Council Bluffs Lewis Central (6-1, lost to Harlan 14-6; LW: 3)

7. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (6-1, def. Spencer 35-13; LW: 6)

8. Dallas Center-Grimes (6-1, def. Boone 30-6; LW: 8)

9. Norwalk (6-1, def. Bondurant-Farrar 24-3; LW: 9)

10. Glenwood (6-1, def. ADM Adel 54-18; LW: 10)

Next five teams (in order): Washington (5-2); Assumption (5-2); Pella (5-2); Harlan (5-2); Carlisle (5-2)

Class 2A

1. Waukon (7-0, def. Waterloo Columbus 20-7; LW: 1)

2. Clear Lake (7-0, def. Forest City 35-0; LW: 2)

3. Algona (7-0, def. Estherville-Lincoln Central 48-7; LW: 3)

4. Greene County (7-0, def. Atlantic 26-0; LW: 4)

5. Des Moines Christian (7-0, def. PCM, Monroe 38-13; LW: 5)

6. OABCIG (7-0, def. Shenandoah 54-7; LW: 7)

7. Waterloo Columbus (6-1, lost to Waukon 20-7; LW: 6)

8. Sioux Center (5-2, def. MOC-Floyd Valley 21-8; LW: 10)

9. Spirit Lake (5-2, def. Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 57-8; LW: NR)

10. West Marshall (5-2, def. Nevada 28-7; LW: NR)

Next five teams (in order): Nevada (5-2); Benton Community (6-1); Tipton (5-2); Williamsburg (4-3); PCM, Monroe (5-2)

Class 1A

1. Dike-New Hartford (7-0, def. Jesup 50-16; LW: 1)

2. Van Meter (7-0, def. Panorama 20-0; LW: 3)

3. Western Christian (7-0, def. Sibley-Ocheyedan 21-0; LW: 4)

4. West Sioux (6-1, def. West Lyon 35-28; LW: 5)

5. West Lyon (6-1, lost to West Sioux 35-28; LW: 2)

6. South Central Calhoun (7-0, def. Madrid 39-7; LW: 6)

7. West Branch (7-0, def. Northeast 42-0; LW: 7)

8. Treynor (7-0, def. Missouri Valley 36-6; LW: 8)

9. Sigourney-Keota (7-0, def. Columbus Community 59-6; LW: 9)

10. Underwood (6-1, def. East Sac County 20-0; LW: 10)

Next five teams (in order):\u00a0Iowa City Regina (6-1); Mount Ayr (6-1); Panorama (6-1); Adair Casey-Guthrie Center (6-1); Mediapolis (6-1)

Class A

1. West Hancock (7-0, def. West Fork 62-0; LW: 1)

2. Saint Ansgar (7-0, def. South Winneshiek 49-14; LW: 2)

3. North Tama (7-0, won by forfeit over GMG, Garwin; LW: 3)

4. Grundy Center (6-1, def. Mason City Newman 42-0; LW: 5)

5. MFL MarMac (7-0, def. Lisbon 25-16; LW: 6)

6. Edgewood-Colesburg (6-1, def. Alburnett 39-0; LW: 7)

7. Earlham (6-1, def. Southwest Valley 42-6; LW: 8)

8. Woodbury Central (6-1, def. Logan-Magnolia 27-0; LW: 9)

9. BGM, Brooklyn (6-1, def. Pekin 27-14; LW: NR)

10. LeMars Gehlen (5-2, def. South O'Brien 14-7, LW: NR)

Next five teams (in order):\u00a0South O'Brien (6-1); Sloan Westwood (6-1); South Winneshiek (5-2); Hinton (5-2); Belle Plaine (5-2)

Eight-player

1. Don Bosco (7-0, def. Dunkerton 57-7; LW: 1)

2. Remsen St. Mary's (7-0, def. West Bend-Mallard 57-0; LW: 2)

3. Audubon (7-1, def. West Harrison 55-14; LW: 3)

4. Turkey Valley (7-0, def. West Central 68-0; LW: 4)

5. Easton Valley (7-0, def. Kee High 67-14; LW: 5)

6. Anita, CAM (7-0, def. Boyer Valley 68-14; LW: 6)

7. Harris-Lake Park (6-1, def. Newell-Fonda 33-0; LW: 7)

8. Coon Rapids-Bayard (6-1, def. Glidden-Ralston 33-14; LW: 9)

9. Fremont-Mills (4-1, def. East Mills 58-21; LW: NR)

10. Gladbrook-Reinbeck (5-2, def. Twin Cedars 62-0; LW: NR)

Next five teams (in order): Iowa Valley (5-2); East Mills (6-2); Midland (5-2); Southeast Warren (6-2); Lenox (7-1)

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In thousands of small towns across the rural Midwest and the rest of the country, high school football is a pillar of local life.

But its survival is threatened. The number of young men available to play on high school teams is declining.

So a decade ago, Cambridge \u2014 population 2,087, and shrinking \u2014 entered an agreement with AlWood High School, in nearby Woodhull, to combine teams.

At first, the community pushed back. The deal turned longtime foes into teammates almost overnight. Community members worried that the merger would ruin the best parts of both teams, killing morale and the whole program with it.

But one stubborn fact left no other choice: Without the co-op, the schools wouldn\u2019t have enough players to field teams.

\u201cWe depend on it,\u201d said David Althaus, whose son plays on the football team and daughter marches in the band.

Ten years later, something remarkable has happened: The football program is thriving. This year\u2019s team won its first five games and is poised for the playoffs.

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A fan shares a moment with a football player for the Ridgewood Spartans in Cambridge, Ill., on Oct. 4.

The arrangement has birthed new traditions, including a new name: the Ridgewood Spartans, which borrows syllables from both sides.

Most amazing of all: The number of players in the program is increasing, said Bruce Redding, head coach.

By shrinking thoughtfully, the Ridgewood Spartans actually have grown.

\u201cAs the co-op goes on, it gets better and better,\u201d Redding said.

As part of this four-month series on population loss in the Quad-Cities area, leaders at the municipal, county, regional, state and federal levels shared their thoughts on the problem.

The consensus: Population loss is not predestined and should be attacked and defeated.

But maybe there\u2019s another way. Instead of fighting to reverse population decline, what if communities did something different? What if they accepted it as inevitable?

\u201cPopulation loss isn\u2019t a problem but a process that you need to manage properly,\u201d said David Peters, a sociologist at Iowa State University.

Many view population loss as a death sentence. But an emerging group of academics in Iowa and Illinois see the shrinkage as the means to a new lease on life \u2014 an opportunity for a community to re-evaluate its priorities and plan for a pared-down future.

They call it \u201cshrinking smart.\u201d It\u2019s the idea that a shrinking town might not gain back lost residents, but it can raise its quality of life. Instead of fixating on growth, shrink smart turns the conversation to community well-being.

The idea is difficult, uncomfortable and counterintuitive. For some, shrink smart is just the pursuit of efficiency by a different name. Others might call it defeatist. But its champions insist it\u2019s not just realistic, but constructive.

\u201cThis is the future of municipal service,\u201d said Norman Walzer, a researcher at Northern Illinois University. \u201cIt\u2019s good governance.\u201d

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Norm Walzer, a leading researcher on population changes in the Midwest, speaks at Stoney Creek Inn Aug. 13 in Moline.

These researchers are careful not to start a self-fulfilling race to the bottom, in which shrink smart exacerbates a mindset of decline. They envision a future in which small Midwestern towns no longer fight forces they can\u2019t change: globalization, automation and urbanization. Instead, towns can pool resources, consolidate institutions, invest in community groups, and collaborate meaningfully.

Paradoxically, by shrinking smart, contracting communities can thrive \u2014 and perhaps even grow, proponents say.

\u201cWe have a lot of optimism about their futures,\u201d said Kimberly Zarecor, an architectural historian at Iowa State University, about towns with high quality-of-life standards despite historic shrinkage. \u201cSome towns aren\u2019t shrinking as much \u2014 or aren\u2019t shrinking at all.\u201d

Shrinking smart: a history

\u201cShrink smart\u201d is a foreign import. The idea comes from Europe, where researchers have tried to chart a new course for cities coping with population loss.

Around 40% of large European cities are shrinking. Losses are most acute in Eastern Europe, which has undergone systemic change and economic decline since the collapse of the Soviet Union in the 1990s. Globalization also has been a catalyst, as towns struggle to bounce back after the decline of industry.

Shrink-smarters across the Atlantic have inspired researchers in the United States, who are applying their framework of \u201cmanaged decline\u201d to towns in the American Midwest.

\u201cIn the U.S., we have a growth mentality: The way to improve your community is to get a new factory, or more jobs,\u201d explained Peters, the Iowa State sociologist. He and Zarecor, the architectural historian, are part of a research team studying small towns in Iowa. \u201cThe reality is that most small towns are going to continue to shrink.\u201d

More than two-thirds of Iowa\u2019s counties have shrunk since 2010. In Illinois, counties with fewer than 50,000 residents will lose about 2% of their residents by 2025, according to projections from the Illinois Department of Public Health. Losses will be steeper in the smallest and rural counties.

Those losses are due to out-migration\u00a0\u2014 in particular, working-age people moving away. Over the last century, work has concentrated in the cities. Globalization and automation have eliminated many jobs in agriculture and manufacturing, which are pillars of the Midwestern economy.

In America, shrink smart\u2019s most famous case study is Youngstown, Ohio. In 1960, Youngstown had 166,689 residents. In 2018, it had just 64,958 \u2014 a 61% decline.

Almost 15 years ago, the city unveiled Youngstown 2010, a plan to prepare the city for shrinkage. The policy marked a new epoch in urban planning. Instead of promising growth, Youngstown\u2019s leaders sought to downsize responsibly.

One of the plan\u2019s features was demolition. The city has demolished some 3,000 houses since 2006, and thousands more are waiting for the wrecking ball. City planners have targeted some neighborhoods for redevelopment through murals, community gardens, reconverted parks, home rehabilitations and reinvestments. Others neighborhoods were less lucky, doomed for depopulation and demolition.

Some have criticized the plan for neglecting poor neighborhoods, which are expensive to redevelop and sometimes already depopulated. Others have emphasized that the city\u2019s progress remains tepid and unfinished.

Indeed, Youngstown lost around 2,000 residents between 2010 and 2018. But that\u2019s better than the 15,000 lost between 2000 and 2010. And many residents who\u2019ve stayed believe that the city has turned a corner.

How to see the future

In Youngstown and countless places in the Midwest, issues around population change remain urgent.

In the Quad-Cities metro area \u2014 which includes Henry County, Mercer County, Rock Island County and Scott County \u2014 some three dozen communities have fewer than 5,000 residents. Almost all are shrinking. Even the Illinois-side flagship cities of Rock Island and Moline are losing residents.

Before communities can pursue a solution, they have to admit there\u2019s a problem. To help locals understand what\u2019s happening, Walzer and Andy Blanke, a colleague at NIU\u2019s Center for Governmental Studies, have created an interactive data tool loaded with information on cities, towns and counties across Illinois.

The platform uses population projections to show how taxes, public spending and debt will change as a local population shrinks.

\u201cIf you run some numbers, and see how property taxes are going to increase, it could cause a number of people to think about this,\u201d Walzer said. For residents and governments, what\u2019s at stake is the bottom line. \u201cIf you don\u2019t do anything at all, you\u2019re going to face significant property taxes,\u201d Walzer added.

Population loss means fewer taxpayers and less tax revenue. Spending can\u2019t always decrease proportionally, due to fixed costs and long-term contracts. A water facility, for example, can\u2019t shrink in size, even if fewer people are requesting clean water.

In the long run, this means higher taxes.

Shrink-smart researchers aren\u2019t ideologues or partisans. Their aim isn\u2019t to push for a libertarian, small-government agenda, but to arm citizens with facts so they can fight for good governance however a community defines it.

That might involve new government structures or new delivery systems for services or ideas that haven\u2019t yet been proposed.

\u201cIf you really have pride of place, you don\u2019t necessarily need to merge: You can co-op,\u201d said Christopher Merrett, director of the Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs at Western Illinois University. Co-ops can involve shared services, spaces, personnel or equipment. \u201cThere\u2019s different ways of shrinking smart,\u201d Merrett added.

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IIRA Director Christopher Merrett speaks during the annual Midwest Community Development Institute August 12 at the Stoney Creek Inn in Moline. Held annually in Moline, the Midwest CDI gathers\u00a0economic and community developers from across the U.S. to learn, train and talk through issues about community development.

What works

Not all shrinking towns in the Midwest are alike. Some are hollowed out, economically depressed, demoralized.

But others are more complicated. Despite shrinkage, residents of other communities are more satisfied, more upbeat, their quality-of-life standards rising over time.

At Iowa State, the \u201csmart shrinkage\u201d team wanted to understand the differences between shrinking communities that are thriving (\u201cshrink-smart towns\u201d) and the ones that are withering (\u201cdeclining towns\u201d).

The team analyzed survey data collected since 1994 and traveled the state for interviews, examining Iowa towns of fewer than 10,000 residents in each of the state\u2019s 99 counties.

Their results were surprising. On the whole, the two types of towns had remarkable similarities. Demographically, there were no statistical differences in the towns\u2019 populations of minorities, the elderly or the less-educated.

Economically, there were also no differences in incomes or inequality, the researchers concluded. In fact, \u201csmart\u201d towns had fewer full-time and year-round jobs than the declining towns did.

Shrink-smart towns, on average, were smaller in population and larger in geographic size. They also had more children living in two-parent families; had better growth in goods-producing jobs, such as manufacturing and construction; had 13% higher median home values; and had more college graduates.

What mattered the most, though, was not economics or demographics, but something softer: social capital \u2014 the network of relationships that hold together a community.

Shrink-smart towns rated their communities as friendlier, safer, more trusting, better kept-up, more supportive and more tolerant. They had traditions of local philanthropy and groups to institutionalize it. They had leaders who were open to new ideas. They didn\u2019t stigmatize failure.

\u201cIn short,\u201d the researchers concluded, \u201cshrink-smart towns are viewed much more positively by residents than those in poorly shrinking ones.\u201d

To be sure, shrink-smart towns face persistent challenges, and the declining towns aren\u2019t doomed. Still, shrink-smart towns offer lessons.

A big one: Successful towns invest in community services, such as day-care centers or workout facilities. \u201cPeople will drive in to access that,\u201d Zarecor said. \u201cIf the quality is good, it helps to draw out-of-town people as well.\u201d

In shrink-smart towns, needs are recognized by community groups, not government. Philanthropic organizations and other volunteer bodies bring the community together and give residents something to do.

The events can vary \u2014 a magician, a concert, a sports league \u2014 and they often don\u2019t require much funding. With successful social media marketing, another asset of shrink-smart towns, events can be a difference maker, particularly for young children and the elderly.

The leading exemplar of a shrink-smart town near the Quad-Cities is Grand Mound, Iowa. The 611-person community in Clinton County has managed to maintain a relatively high quality of life despite ongoing population loss.

The town\u2019s recent history has been full of setbacks: the closure of the local school, of the local grocery store, of beloved restaurants and bars. And, of course, there\u2019s the shrinking population.

Yet, through it all, the town has retained its vibrancy. Mayor Kurt Crosthwaite has an answer for what\u2019s behind it: \u201cIt\u2019s the volunteers willing to put in the time.\u201d

Led by the Community Club, volunteers still support everything, from the local fire department to holiday programming. \u201cI don\u2019t think people are worried,\u201d Crosthwaite said. \"If a house goes up for sale in town, it doesn\u2019t seem to be up for sale for long. People want to come to Ground Mound.\u201d

Shrink smart is already here

Over the past 15 years, the west-central Illinois area has seen some two dozen school consolidations. The trend isn\u2019t expected to slow down; as small towns lose residents, district consolidation might save taxpayers money by reducing inefficiency.

That\u2019s in addition to the sports co-ops such as the one between Cambridge and AlWood, arrangements that are gaining popularity. This year, the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) reports,\u00a0there are more than 900 sports co-ops statewide.

Some shrinking schools are even switching to eight-person football teams, rather than the traditional 11-person team. The Illinois 8-Man Football Association reports 16 schools with eight-person squads throughout the state.

In Illinois, a state with the third-highest number of public school districts in the U.S., some believe there\u2019s more fat to trim. A 2016 report from the libertarian think tank Illinois Policy Institute concluded that Illinois could save up to $170 million annually by cutting the number of school districts in half. That\u2019s in addition to as much as $4 billion in pension costs that could be saved over the next 30 years.

Locally, other services are already consolidating. Scott and Rock Island counties are moving toward a shared emergency radio infrastructure, Quad-City P25 Radio Project.

Dispatching already has been consolidated on both sides of the river. On the Iowa side, the Scott Emergency Communications Center, or SECC, provides joint dispatching in Scott County. In Illinois, QComm911 serves Moline, East Moline, Silvis, Milan, Hampton and Rapids City.

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Dispatcher Cpl. Chelsea Noe works in the Rock Island County Sheriff's Office Dispatch Center Wednesday, May 8, 2019, in Rock Island.

For Walzer, this is the essence of shrink-smart policies. \u201cIt\u2019s really about collaboration, not consolidation,\u201d he said. \u201cYou have to have policies not just different by size, but different by type.\u201d

For years economic developers have focused on attracting companies through incentives such as business parks. But Peters, at Iowa State, pushed back on that notion.

\u201cThose programs have a dismal success rate. They\u2019re rarely successful,\u201d he said.

Investments in day-care or wellness centers, he said, are more likely to benefit the community. And those investments don\u2019t close the door to growth. Some residents might choose to live in a community because of those amenities.

\u201cIf you want to be a community that stops the downslide, the downward trend, you have to build up the social connections and social capital,\u201d Zarecor said. Residents who leave and move back, she added, \"are not coming back because they wanted a job. They come back for the social side of it.\"

Generating that social side is the name of the game. If there\u2019s a consensus among shrink smarters, it\u2019s this: Hope is not lost. How a community chooses to respond to population loss makes a world of difference.

\u201cEmbrace that you\u2019re shrinking,\u201d Peters said. \u201cIt\u2019s not defeatism to invest in the town and its quality of life.\u201d

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