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The Quad-Cities might become home to some cool birds not usually seen around here.

\"Osprey

These osprey are at a platform nest in New Mexico.

With the recent installation of two nesting boxes \u2014 one at Davenport's Nahant Marsh and the other Lost Grove Lake in rural Eldridge \u2014 the folks at River Action Inc. are hoping to lure ospreys to the area, adding to the Quad-Cities' avian inventory.

\"men

Employees of MidAmerican Energy Co. begin their installation of a utility pole for the osprey nesting box at Davenport's Nahant Marsh by first digging a deep hole.

An osprey is a fish-eating bird of prey also called a sea hawk, river hawk and fish hawk, although it is not botanically a hawk. Ospreys have reversible talons, a six-foot wingspan, can dive into water at about 40 mph, and can catch fish up to three feet below the surface, Laura Morris, of River Action, said.

\"Osprey

These osprey are at a platform nest in New Mexico. By adding nesting areas in the Quad-Cities, River Action hopes to lure osprey to nest here.

The birds are migratory in the way that bald eagles are, and they can be seen passing through the Quad-Cities, but there are no nesting pairs, she said.

The birds pass by on their way to Wisconsin, Minnesota and Canada in the summer, and to Florida, California, Mexico and South America in the winter, Morris said.

\"Mama

A mama osprey looks with disdain at a photographer as he takes a picture of her nest in New Mexico.

In an effort to lure them, River Action has partnered with the Scott County Regional Authority, the City of Eldridge, and MidAmerican Energy to install four osprey nesting boxes \u2014 tall, safe structures within close distance to water where the birds can get food.

\"Mama

This is an active osprey nest in New Mexico, with an aged nestling on the verge of fledging from the nest. The mama is on the left and the junior on the right.

Still to be installed are the boxes for West Lake Park and Davenport's Credit Island.

The osprey is listed as an endangered species in Illinois, which means it\u2019s at risk of disappearing as a breeding species, Morris said.

\"from

Aha! This is the completed osprey nesting box at Davenport's Nahant Marsh.

Ospreys mate for life and, similar to bald eagles, they return to the same area as the previous year. In addition, young birds usually return to breed within one to several miles of the natal area.

\"auger\"

Setting a pole in place was a step in the osprey nesting box installation.

The three-foot-square boxes were made by volunteers during River Action's Ride the River event under the guidance of area carpenters.

Materials were financed by a $1,500 grant from the regional authority, which holds the license for the Rhythm City Casino.

\"get

MidAmerican Energy employees prepare to dig the hole for the pole with this auger.

Installation \u2014 both labor and equipment \u2014 were donated by MidAmerican.

In March of 2017, Boy Scout Ross Chapman installed a similar box at the Quad-City Conservation Alliance property in East Moline as an Eagle Scout project. The City of Moline also has installed a platform in the Green Valley Nature Preserve.

So far, none of the boxes is being used by osprey, Morris said.

Attracting osprey
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A man was arrested Sunday morning after police say he assaulted a woman and displayed a gun in the parking lot of a Davenport convenience store.

Isaiah Ramon Henderson, 26, who has addresses listed in Davenport and Rock Island, faces charges of possession of a firearm or offensive weapon by a felon, a Class D felony punishable by up to five years in prison; assault while displaying a dangerous weapon, an aggravated misdemeanor punishable by up to two years in prison; and assault causing bodily injury or mental illness, a serious misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail.

He has a preliminary hearing Oct. 30. Henderson remained in the Scott County Jail Monday on a $5,000 cash-only bond.

Around 2:30 a.m. Sunday, Davenport police responded to a disturbance in the parking lot of the Kwik shop, 1732 N. Marquette St.

According to an arrest affidavit, Henderson kicked a woman in the head. The woman suffered a bump on her forehead. Henderson also pulled a gun out from his waistband in front of the woman during a verbal and physical fight.

He is a convicted felon and is prohibited from possessing or owning a gun.

The woman later identified Henderson as the person who assaulted her and others identified him as the person who displayed the gun.

Henderson entered the convenience store prior to making contact with police.

A store clerk told officers Henderson went into the bathroom for a moment before meeting with officers. A gun was located in the bathroom garbage.

Henderson was sentenced in August 2017 to up to 10 years in prison on two counts of delivery of crack cocaine in Scott County. He was released in August and placed on parole, according to Iowa Department of Corrections records.

He also has a felony drug conviction from Rock Island County in 2015.

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1. Ray LaMontagne

Singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne, known for hits such as \"You Are The Best Thing,\" will be in town this week as part of his 25-date \"Just Passing Through\" tour. LaMontagne is slated to play on Wednesday with special guest Liza Anne. In addition, John Stirratt, of the band Wilco, will accompany LaMontagne on bass, as he has throughout the tour. Tickets, $39.50, $49.50, $69.50, $79.50, are available at Ticketmaster.com, the Adler Theatre Box Office and by phone at 800-745-3000. 

7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Adler Theatre, $39.50-$79.50

2.\u00a0Theresa Caputo live

If you're a fan of Theresa Caputo's show on TLC, \"Long Island Medium,\" then you'll be glad to know Caputo will be appearing live his week at the TaxSlayer Center, 1201 River Drive, Moline. During the live show, dubbed \"The Experience,\" Caputo will share stories from her life and show first-hand how her gift, as she calls it, works. Tickets, $42.75, $62.75, $72.75, $92.75, are available at Ticketmaster.com and the TaxSlayer Center Box Office.  

7:30 p.m. Saturday, TaxSlayer Center, $42.75-$92.75

3. Davenport Halloween parade

The city of Davenport’s daytime Halloween parade will bring plenty of fun to downtown Davenport this weekend. The parade will begin at 2 p.m. Saturday. It goes west on 3rd Street from Brady Street to Ripley Street, turns south then goes east on 2nd Street and ends at Iowa Street. For more info, visit cityofdavenportiowa.com.

2 p.m. Saturday, downtown Davenport. Free

4. Bettendorf Halloween parade

Here\u2019s another parade option for those looking to celebrate Halloween. The Greater Bettendorf Community Foundation\u2019s Halloween Parade will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday at 23rd Street and Middle Road, heading west on Spruce Hills Drive to 18th Street. From there, the parade will turn left on 18th Street to Middle Road, turn left on Middle Road and end in the Life Fitness Center parking lot. For more info, visit bettendorf.org.

7 p.m. Saturday, 23rd Street and Middle Road, Bettendorf. Free

5. Straight No Chaser

Straight  No Chaser, a popular traveling male a cappella group, was originally formed over a decade ago by students at Indiana University. The group has become well-known since then, with several of their songs gleaning millions of views on YouTube. See them perform this week at the Adler Theatre, 136 E. 3rd St., Davenport. Tickets, $35.50, $45.50, $55.50, are available at Ticketmaster.com, the Adler Theatre Box Office and by phone at 800-745-3000.

7:30 p.m. Saturday, Adler Theatre, $35.50, $45.50, $55.50

6. Yonder Mountain String Band

Yonder Mountain String Band, an acoustic rock/bluegrass group based in Colorado, will be performing on Wednesday at the Redstone Room, 129 N. Main St., Davenport. Tickets cost $35 and are available at rivermusicexperience.org

8 p.m. Wednesday, Redstone Room, $35

7.\u00a0United States Marine Band

The Marine Band, the country's oldest continuously active professional musical organization, was founded in 1798 and has performed for every U.S. president since John Adams. The band's main mission is to provide music for the president of the United States and the Commandant of the Marine Corps. Thursday's concert is part of the U.S. Marine Band's national tour through the Midwest and is sponsored by the North Scott Community School District.\u00a0The concert is free, but tickets are required. Tickets are limited to four per request.\u00a0Tickets will be available online at\u00a0marineband.ticketleap.com/davenport. For questions about tickets,\u00a0call 202-433-5809.

7:30 p.m. Thursday, Adler Theatre. Free

8. The Ballroom Thieves

The Ballroom Thieves, a rolk/folk band from Boston, are slated to play the Redstone Room, 129 N. Main St., Davenport, this week. Doors open at 7 p.m. and music starts at 8 p.m. on Friday. Tickets cost $15 in advance and $18 on the day of the show. For more info, visit rivermusicexperience.org

8 p.m. Friday, Redstone Room, $15-$18

9. Blue Water Highway

See Blue Water Highway, an indie/Americana band from Austin, Texas, this weekend at the Triple Crown Whiskey Bar & Raccoon Motel, 304 E. 3rd St., Davenport. Doors open at 6 p.m. and music starts at 7 p.m. on Saturday. Tickets cost $10 in advance at raccoonmotel.com

7 p.m. Saturday, Triple Crown Whiskey Bar & Raccoon Motel, $10

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Here is the ballot Quad-City Times sports editor Matt Coss submitted for Monday's Associated Press high school football poll, the final poll of the season. \"LW\" stands for where Coss had each team last week:

Class 4A

1. West Des Moines Valley (9-0, LW: 1)

2. Cedar Falls (9-0, LW: 2)

3. Ankeny Centennial (9-0, LW: 3)

4. Dowling Catholic (7-2, LW: 4)

5. Bettendorf (8-1, LW: 5)

6. Iowa City West (8-1, LW: 7)

7. Waukee (7-2, LW: 8)

8. Johnston (7-2, LW: 6)

9. Fort Dodge (7-2, LW: 10)

10. Cedar Rapids Prairie (7-2, LW: 9)

Next five teams (in order): Ankeny 5-4; Pleasant Valley 5-4; Cedar Rapids Kennedy 6-3; Urbandale 6-3; Southeast Polk 4-5

Class 3A

1. Cedar Rapids Xavier (9-0, LW: 1)

2. Lewis Central (9-0, LW: 2)

3. North Scott (8-1, LW: 3)

4. Solon (9-0, LW: 4)

5. Sergeant Bluff-Luton (8-1, LW: 5)

6. Pella (8-1, LW: 6)

7. Western Dubuque (7-2, LW: 8)

8. Decorah (7-2, LW: 9)

9. Waverly-Shell Rock (8-1, LW: 10)

10. Harlan (7-2, LW: not ranked)

Next five teams (in order): Oskaloosa 8-1; Clear Creek Amana 8-1; Spencer 7-2; Sioux City Heelan 7-2; Norwalk 6-3

Class 2A

1. PCM, Monroe (9-0, LW: 1)

2. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley (8-1, LW: 2)

3. Waukon (8-1, LW: 3)

4. Benton Community (8-1, LW: 6)

5. Spirit Lake (7-2, LW: 7)

6. West Marshall (7-2, LW: 8)

7. Algona (8-1, LW: 4)

8. West Liberty (6-3, LW: 9)

9. Greene County (8-1, LW: 10)

10. Union, La Porte City (6-3, LW: 5)

Next five teams (in order):\u00a0Crestwood 6-3; Chariton 8-1; Southeast Valley 7-2; Clear Lake 7-2; Williamsburg 6-3

Class 1A

1. Dike-New Hartford (9-0, LW: 1)

2. West Sioux (8-1, LW: 2)

3. Bellevue (9-0, LW: 3)

4. Van Meter (9-0, LW: 4)

5. West Branch (8-1, LW: 5)

6. Wilton (8-1, LW: 6)

7. South Central Calhoun (9-0, LW: 7)

8. West Lyon (7-2, LW: 8)

9. Interstate 35 (9-0, LW: 9)

10. Mediapolis (8-1, LW: not ranked)

Next five teams (in order):\u00a0Osage 7-2; Pella Christian 6-3; Sumner-Fredericksburg 7-2; South Hamilton 7-2; Treynor 8-1

Class A

1. Hudson (9-0, LW: 1)

2. Avoca, AHSTW (9-0, LW: 2)

3. Algona Garrigan (9-0, LW: 3)

4. North Tama (8-1, LW: 4)

5. Edgwood-Colesburg (8-1, LW: 6)

6. Wapsie Valley (7-2, LW: 7)

7. West Hancock (7-2, LW: 8)

8. Durant (7-2, LW: 9)

9. Belmond-Klemme (7-2, LW: 5)

10. Sloan, Westwood (8-1, LW: 10)

Next five teams (in order): Hinton 8-1; Akron-Westfield 7-2; Mason City Newman 7-2; BGM, Brooklyn 8-1; Sioux Central 7-2

8-player

1. Ar-We-Va (9-0, LW: 2)

2. Fremont-Mills (8-1, LW: 4)

3. Don Bosco (8-1, LW: 3)

4. Iowa Valley (9-0, LW: 6)

5. Northwood-Kensett (8-1, LW: 1)

6. Southeast Warren (10-0, LW: 5)

7. Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton (8-1, LW: 7)

8. New London (8-1, LW: 8)

9. Turkey Valley (8-1, LW: 9)

10. Midland (9-1, LW: 10)

Next five teams (in order): Central City 8-1; Newell-Fonda 8-1; Gladbrook-Reinbeck 7-2; Audubon 6-3; HLV (Victor) 7-2

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Here's the afternoon forecast from the National Weather Service.

It will be sunny with a high near 64 degrees and a low around 34 degrees.

Tuesday will be sunny with a high near 52 degrees and a low around 31 degrees.

Enjoy the rest of your day.

\u2022 Seven day forecast

\u2022 Monitor area river levels

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Jury selection began this morning for the reckless homicide trial of James S. Norton, who is accused of killing Leland S. DeBord, 26, of Milan.

DeBord was killed around 6 a.m. June 16, 2017, when he was struck by a vehicle on Interstate 74 at Interstate 280, according to authorities. Norton, 48, of Coal Valley, is accused of falling asleep while driving north on the interstate and striking Mr. DeBord.

Authorities contend Norton got behind the wheel even though he knew there was a substantial risk he might fall asleep.

Nate Nieman, Norton's defense attorney, said on Monday morning that completion of jury selection and opening arguments is expected today.

The case will be prosecuted by Assistant Rock Island County State\u2019s Attorney John McCooley, according to court records. Judge Frank R. Fuhr will preside.

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Brandon Smith\u2019s first career touchdown reception was not only memorable, but timely, on Saturday.

That, along with a rare quiet day for Iowa\u2019s passing game, honors for a former Hawkeye and a look at Iowa players on the NFL stage, are all part of today\u2019s Hawkeye 10 @ 10, your daily dose of Iowa football news and notes.

Delivered each weekday at 10 a.m. at Hawkmania.com, your home for all things Iowa, here is today\u2019s Hawkeye 10 @ 10:

1. Ivory Kelly-Martin\u2019s return to the lineup led to increased productivity in the Iowa ground game.

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Iowa running back Ivory Kelly-Martin carries the ball during the fourth quarter of the Hawkeyes' game against Wisconsin last month at Kinnick Stadium.

The sophomore rushed for 98 yards on 24 carries, the closest a Hawkeye back has come to that elusive 100-yard mark this season.

\u201cWe\u2019re just here to help the offense as much as we can,\u2019\u2019 Kelly-Martin said. \u201cWe\u2019re not spending any time looking at stats or anything. We\u2019re just looking at it like we got a \u2018W\u2019 today.\u2019\u2019

2. Brandon Smith\u2019s first collegiate touchdown reception was a noteworthy one for Iowa.

His one-handed grab of a 10-yard pass from Nate Stanley with eight seconds remaining in the first half of Saturday\u2019s game grew the Hawkeyes\u2019 lead from 6-0 to 13-0 at the break.

\u201cBrandon Smith continues to grow right in front of our eyes,\u2019\u2019 Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz said. \u201cThat was a really big play at a big time and it made halftime a lot more enjoyable for everybody.\u2019\u2019

Ferentz found praise for both ends of that particular pass.

\u201cThat play to Brandon was not an easy throw by Nate,\u2019\u2019 Ferentz said. \u201cHe didn\u2019t have his best day out there, but that was a great throw.\u2019\u2019

3. An 11-for-22 passing performance and less-than-ideal passing conditions created by winds gusting over 40 miles per hour left Nate Stanley with 86 passing yards against Maryland.

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Iowa quarterback Nate Stanley takes off on a scramble against Maryland, Saturday, October 20, 2018, during first half action at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. Iowa lead at half time 13-0.

That marked the first time Iowa finished with fewer than 100 passing yards in a game since Boston College limited the Hawkeyes to 99 in the Pinstripe Bowl at the end of last season.

Iowa has finished with fewer than 100 passing yards on just three of Stanley\u2019s 20 starts and is 2-1 in those games, winning Saturday against Maryland and losing last season at Wisconsin, totaling 66 yards, and in addition to the bowl win over Boston College.

4. The Hawkeye defense didn\u2019t give Maryland much of a chance, limiting the Terrapins to 39 plays.

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Maryland's Anthony McFarland gets hit by Jake Gervase on Saturday during second half action at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. The Hawkeyes limited McFarland, who had been averaging 8.9 yards per carry, to 15 yards on six carries.

That is the lowest number of plays run by an Iowa opponent in the 20 seasons Kirk Ferentz has led the program.

\u201cWe know if we\u2019re at our best and we show up and play hard, play fast and play together, we can be a special group as a defense,\u2019\u2019 free safety Jake Gervase said.

5. Iowa made modest gains in both college football polls released Sunday.

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The Hawkeyes gained one spot in the Associated Press poll, moving from 19th to 18th with their 23-0 shutout of Maryland. In the USA Today/Amway Coaches poll, Iowa moved from 22nd to 18th with the win.

6. Desmond King of the Chargers finished with seven tackles, including six solo stops, and Christian Kirksey had a solid game on Sunday for Cleveland, highlighting the work of former Hawkeyes in the NFL over the weekend.

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Los Angeles Chargers defensive back Desmond King, top, jumps over San Francisco 49ers punter Bradley Pinion while returning a punt during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018, in Carson, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae Hong)

King helped Los Angeles to a 20-19 win over Tennessee while Kirksey finished with 10 tackles, including seven solo stops, and recovered a fumble for the Browns in a 26-23 loss to Tampa.

On offense, C.J. Beathard completed 15-of-27 passes for 170 yards and one touchdown, but was intercepted twice and lost a fumble in San Francisco\u2019s 39-10 loss to the Rams.

Former Hawkeye George Kittle led the 49ers with five catches for 98 yards and a touchdown in that game and Greg Mabin finished with one tackle.

Elsewhere, Jaleel Johnson had four tackles, including 0.5 sacks, for Minnesota in its win over the Jets and Anthony Hitchens had three tackles for Kansas City in its win over Cincinnati.

7. Former Iowa quarterback and receiver Ryan Boyle was named Sunday night as the newcomer of the week in the Missouri Valley Football Conference.

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The Indiana State graduate transfer rushed for 104 yards and threw for 101 on 7-of-14 passing to help the Sycamores end a 14-game conference losing streak with a 24-21 win over Southern Illinois.

8. Ryan Boyle was the only former Iowa quarterback to lead a team to a win over the weekend.

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Tyler Wiegers did as well.

The Eastern Michigan graduate transfer completed 22-of-28 passes for 257 yards and three touchdowns in a 42-20 rout of Ball State, highlighting the work of former Hawkeyes elsewhere in college football.

On defense, Brandon Snyder finished with four tackles for South Dakota State in its loss at Northern Iowa and Romeo McKnight totaled three tackles for Illinois State in a loss at North Dakota State.

9. Former Iowa basketball player Bobby Hansen will be the featured speaker at today\u2019s Davenport Grid Club luncheon.

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Hansen will join Quad-City area college and high school football coaches at the final noon luncheon of the season at the Knights of Columbus, 1111 W. 35th St., Davenport.

Tickets, priced at $10, can be purchased at the door and include a buffet luncheon. All Grid Club luncheons are open to the public.

10. Expect less-than-ideal conditions Saturday in State College for Iowa\u2019s 2:30 p.m. game against Penn State.

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The current National Weather Service forecast for the day calls for a 60 percent chance of rain and snow with a high temperature around 50 degrees.

Images from Iowa's win over Maryland

Photos: Maryland at Iowa Football
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Five things to contemplate following Iowa's 23-0 shutout of Maryland on Saturday at Kinnick Stadium:

1. The good

Kirk Ferentz suggested following Saturday's game that about half of the Hawkeyes' game plan for the Maryland game was blown away with winds gusting over 40 miles per hour at Kinnick Stadium.

\"It was a little like the (Pinstripe Bowl) where a lot of things we thought would be OK, you kind of toss them out,'' coach Kirk Ferentz said.

What was left was enough to get the job done against the Terrapins.

Quarterback Nate Stanley did throw a interception which ended Iowa's first drive of the day, a wake-up call shortly after the 11 a.m. kick that reminded the junior that not forcing anything and taking care of the ball had to be top priorities.

Even before that misguided toss into the arms of the Terrapins' Tre Watson, the Hawkeyes had put their plan for the day on display and 4.3 yards per carry and a cloud of possession time were enough for Iowa to move to 6-1 on the season.

Ivory Kelly-Martin, Mekhi Sargent and Toren Young were effective as the Hawkeye workhorses, combining for 173 of the season-high 224 rushing yards Iowa collected while accounting for 43 of the team's 52 rushes.

Their work behind a cohesive offensive line continues the Hawkeyes' offense growth, providing a needed complement to the connection Stanley has developed with his receivers and tight ends.

2. The better than good

When Iowa moved assistant coach LeVar Woods into the role of coordinating the Hawkeyes' special teams, the idea was to place more of an emphasis in an area where Iowa could develop an edge.

Conditions like those presented Saturday test that growth and while winds negated return opportunities, Iowa specialists delivered.

Punter Colten Rastetter didn't get an opportunity until the second half, not necessarily a bad thing, but he made the most of his two opportunities by averaging 46.5 yards, nearly 12 yards per punt better Maryland's Wade Lees mustered on average in six tries.

Kicker Miguel Recinos was perfect on the day, hitting a career-high three field goals and both of his PAT attempts.

Recinos is now 10-of-13 on the season in field goal attempts and has hit all six of his attempts in Big Ten games. The senior's contribution, and his mastery of the conditions on Saturday, are providing Iowa with some needed consistency in that area.

3. The reason

Saturday performances have been a direct byproduct of preparation during the week for an Iowa football team that is clearly comfortable in its own skin.

This group seems to like being around each other, feeding off of the leadership provided by a small, but dedicated, 13-player senior class.

Ferentz suggested in his postgame comments that the Hawkeyes have gone \"8-for-8\" in turning good weeks of preparation on and off the practice field into performance.

\"It just seems like whatever we ask them to do, they're doing it, trying to do it,'' Ferentz said. \"So they're operating the right way and if we're going to have a good season we need to continue that.''

4. The balancing act

Big-picture balance -- the old scratch-where-it-itches mindset of Hayden Fry-coached Hawkeye teams -- is the true objective of this Iowa team.

Growth in the running game the past two weeks, 159 yards at Indiana followed by a season-best 224 against Maryland, illustrates that Iowa can move the ball in a number of ways.

The Hawkeyes haven't had a 100-yard rusher in a game yet and after Ivory Kelly-Martin's 98-yard effort Saturday and Toren Young's 96-yard game a week earlier at Indiana, Iowa running backs seem OK with the shared responsibilities in the backfield.

From rushing the ball to pass games centered on receivers or tight ends as primary targets, the Hawkeyes are built to take what defenses allow and have shown the ability to tilt the field in any of those directions as needed.

Through seven games, Iowa has run the ball 289 times and has passed it on 203 occasions.

That's created the balance the Hawkeyes are looking for even if the game plan may vary from one week to the next based on what looks Iowa is getting from an opponent.

5. The bad and the ugly

About the only bad thing involving Saturday's win over the Terps -- Iowa's first shutout since a 2016 game at Illinois -- was the ugly weather.

Nate Stanley's passing numbers took a hit in the raw conditions at Kinnick on Saturday.

After completing nearly 68 percent of his passes over the previous four games, Stanley connected on only 11-of-22 attempts for 86 yards against Maryland.

The Hawkeyes pretty much abandoned the notion of throwing deep and stuck to a limited number of attempts of manageable distances.

Ferentz suggested it would have been \"reckless'' to do otherwise.

He's right, and Stanley did a good job of managing Iowa's methodical approach to offense on a bad weather day.

That's a trait that certainly provided the Hawkeyes with a path to victory against Maryland and typically can prove beneficial as October turns into November.

A 2:30 p.m. road test at Penn State on Saturday stands between Iowa and its November schedule, one last measuring stick in an October that has been filled with one lopsided success after another for the Hawkeyes.

The precision Stanley displayed in helping Iowa get to 6-1 is the same type of decision-making it will take for Iowa to scale its final hurdle of the month.

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The Cotton House in Clinton, Iowa. The Blue Angel of Greenwood Cemetery in Muscatine, Iowa. Death Curve on Timber Ridge Road near Cambridge, Illinois. The Black Angel of Oakland Cemetery in Iowa City, Iowa.","byline":"","video_id":"QuFtRriVp8M"}],"revision":22,"commentID":"34f35c82-d08e-11e8-b13d-53fafc1cf7a1","body":"

A good Monday to all. If you weren't blown away by Saturday's gusting winds\u00a0\u2014 gusts of 55 mph were recorded at the Quad-City Airport \u2014 you might be blown away by today's forecast. We're talking about sunny skies and a high in the mid-60s.

Here are the weather details from the National Weather Service.

1. Sunny and mild

\"NWS:
NWS: Summary

Today will be sunny with a high near 64 degrees and a low around 34 degrees.

Tuesday will be sunny with a high near 52 degrees with north winds between 5 to 10 mph. The overnight low will be around 31 degrees.

\u2022 Seven day forecast

\"NWS:
NWS: Flooding

A flood warning remains in effect until Sunday morning for the Mississippi River at Locks & Dam 15 in the Quad-Cities.

The Mississippi is currently at 16.8 feet and steady. Flood stage is 15 feet. The river is expected to rise to 16.9 feet today, then fall below\u00a0 below flood stage on Sunday morning. At 17.0 feet, Water is over most of Davenport`s LeClaire Park and lower parking lots.

\u2022 Monitor area river levels

2. Davenport road work update

\"Road
Road Closed, Detour Signs

\u2022 Beginning Tuesday, the intersection of East Central Park and Davenport avenues will be closed for manhole rehabilitation.

\u2022 Eastern Avenue is closed between Elm Street to Rusholme Street for water and sewer repairs with a detour in place. Northbound traffic will detour west on Locust, north on Bridge Avenue and east on Rusholme. Southbound traffic will detour west on Rusholme, south on Bridge and east on Locust. The work is estimated to be completed by Thursday.

\u2022 Beginning today, Lombard Street will be closed between Washington and Madison streets for manhole rehabilitation. The work is estimated to be complete by October 31.

Illinois 92 to close for rail crossing repairs

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railroad crossing

The Illinois Department of Transportation announces that Illinois 92 in Joslin will be closed to all through traffic beginning today and continuing through Friday.

The closure will allow the BNSF Railway to remove and replace their at-grade rail crossing located on Illinois 92, just east of I-88.

A detour will be posted utilizing County Highway 25 (286th Street), Old Illinois 2, and 38th Avenue North.

Daytime lane closures for U.S. 30 bridge in Clinton

\"U.S.

File: The U.S. 30 bridge over the Mississippi River at Clinton, Iowa.

The Illinois Department of Transportation reports that daytime lane closures on the U.S. 30 Gateway Bridge over the Mississippi River will begin today.

The closures are necessary for crews to perform bridge washing, which is expected to be completed by Friday, weather permitting.

Drivers should expect delays as the bridge will be reduced to one lane during the completion of the work. Slow down and use extreme caution while driving through all work zones.

3. ICYMI: Haunted places in the Quad-City region

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Located in the back of Greenwood Cemetery in Muscatine the Blue Angel is located in a mausoleum containing the remains of Harry W. Huttig and his wife Kathryn Musser.

It\u2019s almost Halloween, so you may find yourself being lured to a haunted house. Might we suggest, in the spirit of the season, another option?

Our area and region have plenty of places that have, believe it or not, connections to the supernatural.

Last week, Quad-City Times photo editor Kevin Schmidt and reporter Amanda Hancock explored a handful of those supposedly spooky sites.

During travels, they visited spots in Clinton, Monticello, Iowa City, Muscatine, Rock Island and Cambridge, Illinois. They visited three cemeteries, drove backward on a road called Death Curve and, when knocked on the doors of places with haunted histories.

These are not places where you\u2019ll find people dressed as ghosts or monsters, popping up around corners. But they're spooky all the same. It was our Big Story from the weekend. Read more. \u00a0

PHOTOS: Haunted Places

4. Davenport mansion is still magnificent, after all these years

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The Struck mansion is made of red brick and limestone in what's called the Jacobean Revival style of architecture.

Take one look at the Kuno Struck mansion, and you'd probably not guess that it's in central Davenport. With its style of architecture, stone-and-red brick facade and gables with ball toppers, the looming structure looks more like something you'd expect to find in France or England or on some old-money estate on the East Coast.

But, no, the Struck mansion is definitely in Davenport, hiding out in the trees next to what used to be the former Marycrest College campus, just east of the Putnam Museum.

Retired Quad-City Times columnist Bill Wundram wrote about the home in 1958 when he was the Sunday editor of the Times-Democrat. The article was one in his series of \"Magnificent Mansions of the Quad-Cities.\"

He described its rooms \u2014 the grand central staircase in the foyer, the stone fireplace in the massive living room, the honeycomb ceiling in the dining room and the curved walls with arched, colored glass windows in the solarium.

Patterned cloth wallpaper covered the walls and some of the ceilings and just about every room had leaded glass windows, most with some colored glass as well, he reported.

Those features still exist and on Oct. 8, when Realtor Rich Bassford listed the property for sale with photos posted online, he began getting inquiries from all over the country.

Pictures of the home received 88,000 \"shares\" and \"likes\" in four days when they were posted on the \"For the Love of Old Homes\" Facebook page, he said.

And then just like that \u2014 in little more than a week \u2014 Bassford had an offer from a Quad-City area buyer. The asking price was $300,000 because, obviously, the place needs work. Some walls and ceilings have water damage, the grounds are overgrown and everywhere there is a need for fix-up. But what architecture, what history. Read more. \u00a0

Photos: A look inside Kuno Struck mansion

5.\u00a0In final TV debate, Gov. Reynolds and Democrat Fred Hubbell make cases to lead Iowa

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Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and democratic candidate Fred Hubbell debate Sunday morning, October 21, 2018 in the KWQC studios in Davenport, Iowa.

The top two candidates for Iowa\u2019s chief executive post shared starkly different views of the state\u2019s trajectory during their third and final televised debate, with Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds touting the state\u2019s economic condition as Democratic challenger Fred Hubbell sought to portray a need for new leadership.

The opponents met Sunday morning in Davenport's KWQC-TV6\u2019s studio for the last head-to-head match-up before the Nov. 6 election. The debate was co-sponsored with the Quad-City Times. As they answered questions prepared by a panel of reporters, the candidates traded jabs over the different approaches they would take to govern the state if elected next month.\u00a0 Read more.

\u2022 Other races on the November ballot

DEBATE PHOTOS: Reynolds - Hubbell

6. Deere works to attract a new generation of manufacturing workers

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Welding Training Instructor Zach Carter, left, talks to Orion High School freshman Bryant Wittenauer about the virtual reality welding system during a tour of the John Deere Seeding Group plant in Moline on Wednesday.

Aspiring engineer Sabrina Starkweather, 16, got a closer, and virtual, look at what it takes to enter the manufacturing industry on a recent October afternoon.

The Moline High School sophomore was one of about 40 students who volunteered to visit the John Deere Seeding Group plant in Moline to learn about future job opportunities. Along with the tour, she tried her hand at virtual reality welding and heard stories from employees who chose manufacturing as their career paths.

Deere is opening its doors to students more often, according to Director of Labor Relations David Ottavianelli, hoping to attract a new generation of manufacturing workers. As the manufacturing sector grows and unemployment continues to drop, he said Deere is trying to be proactive to meet future hiring needs. Read more.

Today's photo gallery: Maryland at Iowa Football

Iowa hosted Maryland, Saturday, October 20, 2018, for homecoming at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City. The Hawks came away victorious 23-0.

Photos: Maryland at Iowa Football
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Amaya Versluis of Orion, Illinois has earned her Silver Award, the highest award Girl Scouts in grades 6-8 can achieve.

Versluis constructed a Ga-ga ball pit for children in her community. Ga-ga is a variant of dodgeball that combines dodging, running, and jumping and requires a pit to be played. She became inspired to bring the game to her community when her cousin with a brace on her leg was frustrated that she had limited access to typical playground equipment and games.

To make the activity handicap accessible, she also added a gate so any child could enter the pit to participate.

She raised more than $1,000 for supplies and coordinated with the principal, school board, and other community members that ensure the game could come to her school.

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Confidence was high on the gubernatorial campaign trail Sunday in the wake of the third and final debate between Gov. Kim Reynolds and Fred Hubbell.

\u201cI think it\u2019s still going to be a tight race,\u201d Hubbell\u2019s running mate, Sen. Rita Hart, D-Wheatland, said a few hours after the 8 a.m. debate in Davenport.

\u201cI feel like we have a lot of enthusiastic people. We\u2019re not taking anything for granted. There\u2019s a positive energy here, and we hope to keep that going right until the end,\u201d she said at a Mount Vernon house party where a few dozen Democrats were preparing to go door-knocking.

Reynolds also is feeling good as the campaign heads into the final 16 days.

\u201cI\u2019m going to run like I\u2019m 10 down, but I love the energy and momentum I see across the state,\u201d she told about 50 supporters, who chanted \u201cKeep Iowa Moving\u201d as she entered the GOP campaign office in Hiawatha. \u201cRepublicans are fired up.\u201d

Hart and Reynolds agreed the contrast in the debate was clear.

\u201cWe talked about the positive things we see taking place and the belief that we can build on that momentum,\u201d Reynolds said.

In contrast, the first thing Hubbell wants to do is raise taxes, the governor said, quoting the Democratic nominee saying he wants to repeal tax cuts the GOP-controlled Legislature passed earlier this year.

\u201cHis answer to everything you hear is government, government, government, money, money, money,\u201d Reynolds said. \u201cThat is your money.\u201d

But Hart said Hubbell is talking about things important to Iowans.

\u201cHe talked about the importance of turning around the privatization of Medicaid, investing in mental health, investing in our communities and raising people\u2019s incomes,\u201d she said. \u201cThose are the messages that have been consistent throughout the campaign.\u201d

The state\u2019s handling Medicaid, Hart said, will be a \u201chuge part of the election because it is an issue everywhere we go. People not only are talking about it, but they are recognizing that it could have been avoided. Republicans did not listen to the people on the ground who forecast these very problems.\u201d

For Reynolds, health care \u2014 including making sure Medicaid is sustainable and expanding access to mental health for adults and children \u2014 and workforce issues are \u201cfront and center\u201d in her campaign.

\u201cProbably workforce and health care are the two main issues we\u2019ll be focused on moving forward because they are so interrelated,\u201d Reynolds said.

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OK, I\u2019ll admit it: This really isn\u2019t a very good movie.

But it has enough faithfulness to the 1978 original \u2013 including, of course, Jamie Lee Curtis as the stalwart Laurie Strode \u2013 to be pretty darned entertaining in a retro, tongue-in-cheek way.

I saw this in a sold-out auditorium with an audience that laughed uproariously at situations which, back in 1978, probably would have drawn gasps of terror. That\u2019s because this is a horror movie meant for people \u2013 regardless of age \u2013 who have grown up with horror movies and not only \u201cget,\u201d but embrace this genre.

And so here we are, back in Haddonfield, Illinois where Laurie Strode (Curtis) was the babysitter who survived the massacre wrought by Michael Myers (known in the 1978 original as \u201cThe Shape.\u201d)\u00a0

In this sequel \u2013 I guess we\u2019re supposed to ignore the other parts of the franchise that the 1978 flick spawned \u2013 Laurie is a tormented soul who has spent decades dreading and preparing for the return of the unstoppable Michael.

Laurie pretty much is the town crazy lady who is estranged from her daughter Karen (Judy Greer) and her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak).

Allyson, who is of course in high school - because what would this movie be without high-school kids? - has a soft spot for her disturbed grandmother who has, to say the least, gone to great lengths to make her home a fortress that reminded me of a bomb shelter.

To tell you that Michael manages to escape his confinement is not a spoiler \u2013 you already know and expect that. As he goes on his killing spree the setting of the small town makes it all the more creepy, especially for those of us who grew up in little communities in Illinois (I\u2019m talking to you, fellow residents and former residents of Monmouth, along with dozens of other comfortable Midwestern towns).

I guess this is predictable, but I also think it\u2019s what audiences wanted from this movie. It\u2019s more high camp than it is terrifying, because we already know what happens to kids who get high, plan romantic interludes or drink too much, don\u2019t we?

Laurie doesn\u2019t so much scream as scheme this time around. There\u2019s a real female empowerment theme here.

Lots of the movie is contrived \u2013 for example, I never bought the reason for the disappearance of a vital cell phone, which was a challenge no screenwriter had to face back in the 1970s.

But what I did know was the fans would buy into this movie.

So did the filmmakers. Guess what you can hear at the very end of the credits? The unmistakable sound of Michael breathing.

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IOWA CITY \u2014 Like any proud father, Fran McCaffery was more than happy to pull out his cell phone and play the video.

It showed Connor McCaffrey bashing a walk-off home run in the Iowa baseball team\u2019s recent Black and Gold World Series. After making contact with a smooth lefthanded swing and watching the ball sail over the fence, Connor ceremoniously flipped his bat before beginning his jog around the bases.

Fran said his son didn\u2019t learn any of that from him, including the bat flip.

\u201cI never hit a home run. I wouldn\u2019t know,\u2019\u2019 Fran McCaffery said. \u201cI\u2019m just being honest with you. If I\u2019d have hit a home run, I would have done something, but I never had that experience. I certainly never hit a walk-off.\u2019\u2019

He\u2019s hoping that Connor can experience similarly euphoric moments on the basketball court in the coming months as he attempts to sort out his athletic future.

Connor is a very talented baseball player, but he may be equally gifted in basketball. He plans to play a lot of both sports after not being able to do much of either last year due to injuries and illnesses.

\u201cThis is kind of like my redo year,\u2019\u2019 Connor said. \u201cThis is how I felt it was going to be last year. I would play baseball, I would come over and play basketball, be ready to get into games and then once basketball was over, go back to baseball. That was the plan.\u2019\u2019

Actually, the original plan for his freshman year was to redshirt in basketball and focus on baseball. That changed when the Hawkeyes\u2019 backup point guard, Christian Williams, decided to transfer just before the season began.

It then was determined that Connor would play basketball, but that plan quickly unraveled.

He suffered an ankle injury in practice a few days before the season opener, then developed mononucleosis, then contracted strep throat, then underwent a tonsillectomy. Five days later, he was rushed to the hospital in the middle of the night and underwent another surgery to halt some unexpected bleeding.

\u201cWe kind of knew his season was shot at that point \u2026\u2019\u2019 Fran McCaffery said.

\u201cIt was unfortunate, the timing of it all, but I felt pretty confident that he would eventually feel better. He put all the weight back on and he's feeling really good right now, so I'm excited about him, very much.\u2019\u2019

Connor said the fact that he only played in four basketball games and did not need to use a year of eligibility may have been a blessing in disguise.

\u201cI think maybe it was something that was good to go through, to go through the wringer of a season and not have the pressure of playing as a freshman,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cI got to see things and experience things that not everyone does. That was helpful. Obviously, the negative was that I wasn\u2019t playing, that I wasn\u2019t out there helping the team. I wish I would have been. Obviously, my health was not where it needed to be.\u2019\u2019

He\u2019s healthy now and doing a lot of bouncing back and forth between his two sports. He didn\u2019t immediately start working full-time with the basketball team when practice began because he still was participating in fall baseball.

He said he\u2019s fortunate to have a lot of people helping him navigate a dizzying schedule.

\u201cSometimes other people know where I\u2019m supposed to be more than I know where I\u2019m supposed to be, and I have people tell me that,\u2019\u2019 Connor said two weeks ago at Iowa\u2019s preseason media day.

\u201cTomorrow I\u2019ll be at baseball and we\u2019re getting ready for our upcoming scrimmages this week and today I\u2019m at basketball. Last Saturday I was at basketball. The prior week I had been with baseball except on Wednesday I was with basketball. So it just kind of goes like that. I\u2019ll have days where I\u2019m here and then I\u2019ll go to baseball. Now most of the time I\u2019ll be here. Once baseball ends I\u2019ll be here and I\u2019ll get to baseball whenever I can.\u2019\u2019

Needless to say, it\u2019s confusing. And occasionally draining.

\u201cBut I love this,\u2019\u2019 he added. \u201cThis is what I want to do. I\u2019m mature about it. It\u2019s never a drag to go to practice.\u2019\u2019

Meanwhile, his dad is very optimistic that his oldest son can help the basketball team as a backup point guard behind Jordan Bohannon.

\u201cHe's a good fit for the rest of the pieces that we have,\u2019\u2019 Fran said. \u201cHe adds something, another dimension. He's a point guard. He feeds the post. He gets rid of it.

\u201cWe've got a lot of people around him who can score, and he'll find those people. We have an abundance of post players who can score, and I said this before, but I think we have more 3-point shooters now than we did last year, so we can spread the ball around offensively.\u2019\u2019

After the basketball season, Connor will change sports again. The best case scenario is that he would miss perhaps half the baseball season.

\u201cHopefully, I miss a lot of the baseball season,\u2019\u2019 he said with a smile.

That would mean the basketball team is making a deep run into the post-season.

Connor knows the time will come when it\u2019s no longer feasible or advisable to juggle both sports.

\u201cBut I don\u2019t foresee it happening anywhere in the near future,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cFor sure not this year. Next year I wouldn\u2019t think so. It will depend on how these seasons go.\u2019\u2019

Fran McCaffery said the decision could be dictated by whether or not Connor has a chance to be drafted in baseball. He won\u2019t even be eligible for the draft until June 2020.

By then, too, he will have had a chance to play one year on the basketball court alongside younger brother Patrick, who will join the team for the 2019-20 season.

He isn\u2019t thinking or worrying about that now. He\u2019s focused totally on the coming basketball season.

\u201cI\u2019m really excited,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cI think we\u2019re going to be really good and I think everyone is going to contribute. I want to be one of those pieces.\u2019\u2019

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It really couldn't have been scripted any better.

Vladimir Nikiforov, the former Quad-City Mallard, had the stick on his puck with a penalty shot in overtime to win the game for the fledgling Quad-City Storm, a team making their debut in the Southern Professional Hockey League, after the Mallards ceased operations after last year's ECHL season.

Nikiforov was tripped up on a breakaway attempt midway through overtime, awarded with the penalty shot Saturday night against the Peoria Rivermen.

\"I was frustrated because when I missed the first breakaway, I was like, 'Damn, not going to get that back,'\" he said. \"Then I saw the referee pointing. Right away I was really tired, the nerves started going. You try to calm down but you can't help it.\"

Nikiforov calmly buried a backhand shot past Rivermen goaltender Mason Pulde, giving the Storm a 4-3 overtime win, the first in franchise history.

\"I didn't even watch because I knew it was going in,\" head coach Dave Pszenyczny said. \"It took a little bit longer so I'm peeking, I'm not hearing a reaction either way but then he makes that move. Vladdy has been a blessing to this team, from being here, he just wants to stay close to family and it's been helping both ways. For him to complete this win, the first in franchise history, there's only good things that are going to come from this.\"

It was an important night for Pszenyczny as well, who earned his first win in his coaching debut. He was quick to deflect any praise to his players.

\"I have to go back to those boys, they make my job pretty easy,\" he said. \"We just have good people in that room and I can't wait to teach them a little bit better stuff but we'll get to that, it's a long season.\"

There were times during the game where the Storm looked in trouble of dropping the opener. After Joe McKeown tied the game with the franchise's first-ever goal, the Storm took a 3-1 lead on goals from Ben Blasko and Joe Kalisz.\u00a0

But the support from the 6,508 in attendance didn't waver.

\"They didn't give up on us,\" Pszenyczny said. \"I didn't see anybody leaving, they were intense and obviously they could have been leaving at 3-1. I'm sure people probably wrote us off, thinking another home-opening loss.\"

That support grew when Dalton Mills scored a shorthanded goal at the 11-minute, 57-second mark of the third period, then became feverish when Taylor McCloy scored a power play goal at 17:34 to tie the game.

\"The crowd was more than energetic, we knew we could feed off the crowd,\" McCloy said. \"Millsy, with that shorthanded goal to make it 3-2, that's a huge turning point. ... We just kept working, we didn't quit.\"

Peter Di Salvo was also big all night, making 31 saves in the game and stopped Rivermen Alec Hagaman's penalty shot just 88 seconds into overtime that allowed Nikiforov to net the game-winner.

\"A lot of emotions, happy, excited, ecstatic, whatever you want to call it, just very happy to be here with these guys,\" Di Salvo said. \"It was one of (the turning points), it wasn't just me making turning points out there. ... We had rookies hitting their veteran guys and making them play up to our level and because of that we won the hockey game.\"

While the Storm hope this win is the first of many in their inaugural season, the atmosphere of Saturday night, coupled with the result, will make this opener one to remember.

\"You always ask around the room and everybody's played in their own big game and I think that might have been the biggest just based off of fans,\" McCloy said. \"We knew the fans were going to be behind us but it was awesome to play in front of, something I'll never forget.\"

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St. Ambrose University didn\u2019t announce plans to begin an esports program until last January.

It named Joshua Sides as the program's coach in February and he began the task of recruiting esports players in the spring. The college didn\u2019t finish renovating a room in the basement of Cosgrove Hall for use as an esports facility until just before classes began this fall.

But St. Ambrose already would appear to be on its way to becoming a national force in the relatively new extra-curricular activity.

In their very first interscholastic endeavor in competitive video games, the Fighting Bees finished third in a prestigious 16-team tournament in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, last month.

\u201cI think we can grow this into something really special,\u2019\u2019 said Ben Grieser, a freshman from Kalispell, Montana, who was part of the team that traveled to Harrisburg. \u201cI think we have the potential in all the games here to grow this into a nationally ranked program. It would be really kind of cool to see.\u2019\u2019

Most college esports competitions take place during the second semester. Sides, a 29-year-old North Carolina native, said his team is essentially in \u201cpreseason mode\u2019\u2019 right now.

But he apparently has laid the groundwork for a very strong program.

During the spring and summer, he assembled a roster that included 15 players from 13 different states \u2014 California, Oregon, Montana, Texas, Florida, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Missouri, Michigan and Wisconsin in addition to Iowa and Illinois.

He didn\u2019t have to criss-cross the country in his recruiting efforts.

\u201cThe benefit of the information age is that I could do it all from the comfort of the computer,\u2019\u2019 Sides said.

He found many players who were very receptive to coming to the middle of the country to be part of something new. Many of them accepted scholarship offers sight unseen, without ever having visited the Quad-Cities.

Grieser, who was four years out of high school and working at a Walmart, had never been here prior to making the 19-hour drive to start school in August.

\u201cI just kind of took a chance and it happened to work out really well,\u2019\u2019 he said.

Ryan Leonard, a freshman from South Burlington, Vermont, said he\u2019d never even heard of St. Ambrose until July. He came, too, and is glad he did.

Sides found one player already on campus. Junior Jonathan Whittle of Galesburg, Illinois, was already enrolled at St. Ambrose and has earned a spot on the team. Another player who originally came to SAU to compete in bowling has joined the esports team.

Everyone else on the roster was recruited by Sides.

He admitted that bringing in players from all over the country to be part of a team comprised almost entirely of freshmen has been a new experience. A few of the players knew each other previously from competing online, but most of them were total strangers.

Two already have left school and gone home.

\u201cJust like with any new group, there have been peaks and valleys,\u2019\u2019 Sides said. \u201cPeople get homesick. For most of these guys, it\u2019s their first time being on their own with new teammates. It\u2019s brought a whole new set of challenges.\u2019\u2019

Leonard said he thinks the group has meshed together well.

\u201cI\u2019ve enjoyed it,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cA couple of these guys I\u2019ve known from online for a few years but it\u2019s been different to finally meet them and get to hang out with them and get to know them in person. Everyone has sort of a different identity in person so that\u2019s been enjoyable.

\u201cI just like the atmosphere,\u2019\u2019 he added. \u201cIt\u2019s five people (on a team) and we all have the same goal, we want to get to the next level. Everyone has a bunch of drive to push each other to the next level and improve our game.\u2019\u2019

The team members have a shiny new facility in which to do their thing. The former international studies room in the basement of Cosgrove Hall has been outfitted with 15 new computer work stations, complete with padded chairs that have the school logo stitched across the back.

St. Ambrose has a six-player team that plays Overwatch and two five-player League of Legends teams.

Although the League of Legends teams won\u2019t begin competing until the second semester, the Overwatch team already has seen some action.

Grieser, Joshua Parron, Charis Hadi, Joey DiBartolo, Tony Plumaj and Matthew Kilmartin went up against Augustana\u2019s club team in a best-of-five exhibition match at Paradigm Gaming Arena in Davenport on Sept. 13.

Sides said it wasn\u2019t much of a contest.

\u201cThey\u2019re a club level team so we\u2019re kind of on a whole different level,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cWe were never really challenged. It was kind of a rout, but it was fun.\u2019\u2019

He said he would love to do more things like the Augustana match to spread awareness.

\u201cWe\u2019re looking for more opportunities to do that and get the Quad-Cities involved more often with our program,\u2019\u2019 Sides said.

A week later, the same group of Overwatch players went to the Harrisburg University Esports Festival and did well.

In the group stage, they defeated Indiana Tech 3-0 and Bellevue University 3-2, then won twice more in the elimination stage, beating the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs 3-0 and Miami of Ohio 3-1. They claimed a fifth straight victory by beating Akron 3-0 in the quarterfinals before suffering a 3-1 loss to eventual champion Maryville in the semifinals.

\u201cNot bad for a month-old team, huh?\u2019\u2019 Sides said.

Grieser said he considers esports \u201ca performance art\u2019\u2019 so being able to do it in a spectator setting rather than just doing it online against faceless opponents made it a special experience.

\u201cWhen you\u2019re an actor or a musician or an athlete, you get to perform in front of a crowd and that\u2019s half the fun,\u2019\u2019 he said. \u201cSo taking some of the esports or video games and putting them in that environment is like the most fun thing in the world. I honestly and truly love it.\u2019\u2019

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Scenes from Scarecrow Shenanigans at Bettendorf Family Museum on Sunday, October 21, 2018.

GALLERY: Scarecrow Shenanigans
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School Board: The Davenport School Board will discuss the district's meeting with the School Budget Review Committee and its 5-year budget reduction plan at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22, in the Jim Hester Board Room of the Achievement Service Center, 1702 Main St., Davenport.

Sports: Close to 20 high school football teams from across the two-state region will begin postseason play this weekend. Iowa teams will play their first-round playoff on Friday with Illinois teams having the option of playing on either Friday or Saturday. The Iowa high school cross country meet also will be Saturday in Fort Dodge, and Iowa volleyball teams begin postseason play Monday.

Augustana College and St. Ambrose University, who have not played one another in basketball in recent years, will meet in a men\u2019s-women\u2019s exhibition doubleheader on Sunday at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline. The women\u2019s game is at 2:15 p.m. followed by the men\u2019s game at 5.

Big Story: Quad-City Times photographer Andy Abeyta took his cameras into the Davenport Central Fire Station at varying times of day and night over multiple weeks to observe day-to-day operations. He emerged with hundreds of photos, which he's refining to share in a Big Story photo essay on Sunday.

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The Knights of Columbus Loras Council 532 in Davenport have provided much needed funding for people with intellectual disabilities for decades.

It happens through the annual Tootsie Roll drive the third weekend in August. At grocery stores and shopping centers in Davenport, about 200 volunteers offer Tootsie Rolls to those who donate to the cause.

As a result of August's campaign, the Loras Council collected $30,422.

The council is connected to Our Lady of Victory and St. Anthony's Catholic churches in Davenport. Campaign Chairman Mike Loos said each Catholic council now does its own drive.

\u201cWhat our mission is as the Knights of Columbus is to help those who cannot help themselves. This helps fulfill that mission and is very gratifying,\u201d he said.

About 200 volunteers \u2014 Knights of Columbus members and volunteers from the organizations that receive the donations -- work the Tootsie Roll drive. In addition, club members volunteer at other events throughout the year in exchange for donations.

Carol Foster, vice president of resource development for the Handicap Development Center, Davenport, said they are among those that have received financial support from the drive.

\u201cWe serve 360 people and we use funds for things like wheelchair repairs and furniture for our group homes,\u201d she said. \u201cMany of these needs are not part of our regular budget, so this is like Christmas when we get these donations.\"

Up With Families also receives donations.

In a letter to Knights of Columbus, Deb Meyne, fund-raising chair for Up with Families, said they \u201cwould not to be able to provide the much-needed emotional support for families with children with special needs without help from organizations like the Knights of Columbus.

\u201cEach year, UWF plans and implements a weekend retreat for 25 area families who have a child with a physical, medical, mental or behavioral disability. We are grateful for the past financial support that we have received from your fine organization.\u201d

Loos said funds will be distributed during a dinner Tuesday. At that time, state representatives from the Knights of Columbus will honor the Davenport council's efforts for raising the most funds in the state the past two years.

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Aspiring engineer Sabrina Starkweather, 16,\u00a0got a closer, and virtual, look at what it takes to enter the manufacturing industry Wednesday afternoon.

The Moline High School sophomore was one of about 40 students who volunteered to visit the John Deere Seeding Group plant in Moline to learn about future job opportunities. Along with the tour, she tried her hand at virtual reality welding and heard stories from employees who chose manufacturing as their career paths.

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Moline High School sophomore Sabrina Starkweather listens as the assembly process of a John Deere Seeder is explained during a tour of the John Deere Seeding Group plant in Moline.

\u201cI wanted to come because when I\u2019m older, I want to be an engineer, so this all intrigues me,\u201d Starkweather said, after seeing how well she scored on the VR training program. \u201cI think people often think of factories as being unsafe, but seeing everything today, it seems like a really nice place to work and they have a very innovative way of doing everything. And seeing the women working here, it seems like the number of women going into jobs like this is going up.\u201d

Deere is opening its doors to students more often, according to Director of Labor Relations David Ottavianelli, hoping to attract a new generation of manufacturing workers. As the manufacturing sector grows and unemployment continues to drop, he said Deere is trying to be proactive to meet future hiring needs.

\u201cThis is not just a John Deere issue. There are a number of partners throughout our community that are in the same situation,\u201d Ottavianelli said. \u201cWe know in the long-term with the increase in manufacturing jobs and retirement of baby boomers across the nation, there\u2019s going to be an increased need for manufacturing roles.\u201d

Advanced manufacturing is Iowa\u2019s largest industry, employing over 213,000 people, representing around 14 percent of the workforce, according to the Iowa Economic Development Authority. In the Quad-Cities, the manufacturing sector makes up more than 17 percent of the local laborshed, according to a 2016 report by the Quad-Cities Chamber of Commerce.

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A look down the assembly line for John Deere Seeders at the John Deere Seeding Group plant in Moline, Illinois Wednesday, October 17, 2018.

While it\u2019s still working to recover from the 2008 recession, the manufacturing sector has been growing. This summer, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced manufacturing has added 327,000 jobs over the past year, nationwide. That\u2019s the largest job gain of any 12-month period since April 1995, the report stated.

In Iowa last month, there were more than 5,000 manufacturing jobs open across the state. And as the state\u2019s unemployment rate remains at 2.5 percent, industry leaders are worried about finding a skilled workforce. That\u2019s sparked initiatives like Gov. Kim Reynolds\u2019 Future Ready Iowa and other collaborations across both Iowa and Illinois.

At Deere, Ottavianelli said the company is a member of the Eastern Iowa/Western Illinois Advanced Manufacturing Sector Board, a collaboration of community organizations hoping to fill the skilled workforce gap. Deere also partners with Quad-City high schools, community colleges and career centers.

\u201cAs we talk to a lot of administrators, we realize there is a portion of the student body that won\u2019t go on to advanced schooling, and there are great opportunities for that,\u201d he said. \u201cWe hope that students consider this as an option or potential path to consider, where with the more traditional manufacturing jobs, you can avoid student debt and get great benefits. The long-term goal is to meet the needs of the students with the needs of the businesses.\u201d

Deere & Co. employs around 68,000 people worldwide, and more than 6,000 in the Quad-Cities, according to public relations manager Dan Bernick. He said the most difficult positions to fill require technical certificates, such as welders, machinists, electricians and technicians.

\u201cThere\u2019s the very traditional manufacturing jobs, like welders, assemblers and painters,\u201d Deere Seeding Factory Manager Tom Johnson said. \u201cBut I think we\u2019re really trying to expose students to the fact that it\u2019s getting more high-tech. That means we need electrical technicians, we need people who can troubleshoot robots, or who know how to ensure our lasers are operating efficiently.\u201d

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Machinist Ashley Harris explains his job in the assembly line at the John Deere Seeding Group plant in Moline, Illinois Wednesday, October 17, 2018.

At the Moline factory Wednesday, high schoolers watched as lasers cut pieces of steel and robots assembled planters. While Deere is also seeking manufacturing engineers and more experienced workers, the company explained manufacturing could be an alternative to a four-year college path. Welding and machinist jobs pay on average more than $18 per hour in Iowa.

\u201cThe welder of 20 years ago is not the welder of today,\u201d Welding Training Instructor Zach Carter said. \u201cNot everyone is a four-year degree type person, but it doesn\u2019t mean they\u2019re not a great worker. And the welder of today is not the welder of the future. We need to change the mindset of parents, and then the students, and explain manufacturing is different than it was in the past and it\u2019ll be different in the future.\u201d

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Orion High School freshman Bryant Wittenauer tries his hand with the virtual reality welding system during a tour of the John Deere Seeding Group plant in Moline, Illinois Wednesday, October 17, 2018.

Deere has gotten a head-start on reaching out to the next workforce, by offering scholarship and internships through its Manufacturing Technology program. It partners with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges and Black Hawk College for job coaching and welding programs.

And, its weld scholarship program, supported by the John Deere Foundation and John Deere Harvester Works, has provided scholarships for 32 students so far, Bernick said. Deere also donates used welding helmets to local high schools, in hopes of keeping programs alive.

But, Ottavianelli said the company is just getting started, and is working on a longer term plan for filling jobs over the next few decades.

\u201cWe are looking at expanding apprenticeships, externships and scholarships; we want to grow those and gain more support for all of those,\u201d he said. \u201cWe are going through a long-term strategy to increase the workforce and sustain those levels. We have an excellent relationship with United Township and the Area Career Center, and we want to grow relationships like that with other schools.\u201d

Focusing on sparking an interest in the 40 high schoolers at Deere Seeding this past week, Thompson said he wants students to walk away realizing, \u201cmanufacturing is fun, especially with new technology.\u201d

\u201cThere\u2019s a lot of reward in building something and delivering that to a customer and then seeing that in the field,\u201d he said. \u201cI think there\u2019s a pride that goes along with that, and it means a lot to our employees.\u201d

John Deere Seeding
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The top two candidates for Iowa\u2019s chief executive post shared starkly different views of the state\u2019s trajectory during their third and final televised debate, with Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds touting the state\u2019s economic condition as Democratic challenger Fred Hubbell sought to portray a need for new leadership.

The opponents met Sunday morning in Davenport's KWQC-TV6\u2019s studio for the last head-to-head match-up before the Nov. 6 election. The debate was co-sponsored with the Quad-City Times. As they answered questions prepared by a panel of reporters, the candidates traded jabs over the different approaches they would take to govern the state if elected next month.

In one exchange, the governor warned Hubbell would bring \u201cthe economy to a screeching halt\u201d if he takes office. In another, Hubbell accused Reynolds of doing too little to address a \u201ctoxic\u201d environment of sexual harassment in state government.

The amped-up rhetoric from both sides underscored a close race heating up as Election Day draws near. Pollsters have rated the contest as a toss-up: A survey conducted last month by Selzer & Co. for the Des Moines Register and Mediacom had Hubbell leading Reynolds by 2 percentage points, a figure within the poll\u2019s margin of error. Libertarian candidate Jake Porter, who has not been allowed to participate in any of the televised debates, came in at 7 percent.

Reynolds, who previously served as Iowa\u2019s lieutenant governor, is seeking election to the office for the first time. She was appointed governor in May 2017 after former Gov. Terry Branstad was tapped by President Donald Trump\u2019s administration to become U.S. ambassador to China. Hubbell, a wealthy former CEO of the Younkers retail chain and member of a prominent Iowa family, has never held elected office.

On the menu for Sunday\u2019s debate were several policy issues that have dominated the conversation from both sides this election cycle: health care, abortion, taxes and funding for public education. Here\u2019s a closer look at some of the issues Reynolds and Hubbell discussed:

Abortion policy

With majority Republican control in the Senate and House, Iowa lawmakers passed the most restrictive abortion law in the country along partisan lines, a measure Reynolds signed into law this May. The policy, dubbed the Fetal Heartbeat Law because it criminalizes abortions after about six weeks into pregnancy, is under review in federal court after abortion rights advocacy groups filed suit to keep it from being enacted.

Reynolds pointed to her personal beliefs on abortion in her reasoning for signing the legislation, saying she will \u201cnever stop fighting on behalf of the unborn.\u201d She also recognized there are \u201cpassionate and strong\u201d feelings on both sides of the issue, but sought to paint Hubbell\u2019s position on abortion as \u201cextreme.\u201d

Hubbell, who previously sat on a board of directors for the state\u2019s Planned Parenthood organization, compared Reynolds\u2019 approval of the law to what he describes as a pattern of \u201creducing access to health care.\u201d

\u201cI\u2019ve worked a lot of my life trying to help all Iowans get access to quality health care and this governor just keeps reducing access to health care\u201d through legislation like the Fetal Heartbeat law, Hubbell said.

Taxes

Iowa lawmakers this year approved a massive tax cut that reduces the state\u2019s revenues by an estimated $2 billion over the course of six years, a measure Democrats labeled as financially irresponsible and a handout to corporations and the wealthy.

Reynolds, who approved the plan in May and has championed the reform on the campaign trail, said the cuts are contributing to a growing economy and increases in wages, and allow everyday Iowans to keep more of their paychecks. She also challenged Hubbell\u2019s position on the cuts, saying he \u201cwants to raise taxes on hardworking Iowans and families and small businesses.\u201d

For his part, Hubbell downplayed the governor\u2019s contention that the tax cuts will assist the average family, saying the plan put \u201call the money into the hands of big corporations and wealthy Iowans.\"

\u201cThey don\u2019t need the tax cuts. They already have the lowest tax rates in our state. It\u2019s not fair,\u201d Hubbell said, adding that he would not raise taxes for low- and middle-income Iowans and would instead stop \u201cwasteful corporate tax giveaways.\u201d

Health care

A central conversation piece during the governor\u2019s race has been the state\u2019s privately managed system for Medicaid, the publicly funded health insurance program for low-income and disabled adults. The state shifted administrative control of the program to private companies during former Republican Gov. Terry Barnstad\u2019s administration, and the program has received heightened scrutiny following reports questioning its quality of care and cost.

Hubbell has repeatedly gone after Reynolds over Medicaid, frequently describing it as a \"disaster.\" Reynolds, meanwhile, has defended the shift. She has acknowledged problems in the new system exist, but says the previous state-run program was financially unsustainable.

Asked how he would pay for increases to state mental health resources, Hubbell said Iowa needs \u201cstop putting people into jails\u201d to save money and \u201cbe smarter about what we\u2019re doing.\u201d

To the same point, Reynolds referenced recent legislation that aims to reform the state\u2019s mental health care, saying \u201cwe are moving in the right direction\u201d to address the need.

Funding for schools, safety

Responding to a question about school safety, Hubbell criticized Reynolds over the level of funding provided to K-12 schools generally, saying an increase in the state\u2019s budget would allow more experienced school personnel to be on hand at schools across the state.

\u201cWe need to properly fund our schools, and if we properly fund our schools we could have counselors in every school building as well as nurses and people who have mental health experience,\u201d Hubbell said.

Reynolds countered that the state is \u201cproperly funding our schools\u201d and said lawmakers would \u201ccontinue to do better\u201d under her leadership.

\u201cWe\u2019re working hard to grow the economy; we\u2019re seeing incomes rise, and with a growing economy we\u2019re going to be able to continue to invest in our young people,\u201d the governor said.

DEBATE PHOTOS: Reynolds - Hubbell
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With early voting already underway and the November election only two weeks out, Iowa House and Senate races are gaining momentum for several districts in the Quad-Cities region.

As they run for office, Democrats eyeing the House and Senate point to a Republican trifecta control of the two legislative chambers and the governor\u2019s office as leading a hard-right shift in policy from what\u2019s long been a moderate center in state politics. And as House and Senate Republicans ask voters for another term in office, they reference the state\u2019s low unemployment numbers, recent tax cuts and a budget surplus as progress toward a healthy, growing economy.

Republicans are playing defense in most of the seats up for reelection this year. Meanwhile, incumbent Democratic Reps. Phyllis Thede, Cindy Winckler and Monica Kurth face no challenger, and neither does Democratic Sen. Jim Lykam. In the Senate, only one Republican challenger is running for a now-Democratic district currently represented by Sen. Rita Hart, D-Wheatland, who is running for lieutenant governor.

The trend in the Quad-Cities region reflects a larger play by the Iowa Democratic Party, which is fielding candidates in 95 House districts across the state. While ranking Democrats have said the House is within grasp, flipping control from the Republican Party would require shifting 10 seats from red to blue.

Also in play is the question of whether federal and other statewide races will have remarkable influence on local Iowa races when voters head to the polls next month. Where Democrats around the country are banking on a blue wave, some political analysts question if such a movement will hit Iowa during this year\u2019s midterms, when voter turnout is typically lower than in presidential election years.

Chris\u00a0Larimer, a political science professor with the University of Northern Iowa, says there are several factors that have the potential to have trickle-down influence over elections. But gauging the outcome and influence is a difficult task in local elections where voters typically have a closer connection to candidates, he said. And in terms of wave years for Democrats, Larimer says registration has not moved significantly enough to show for sure that one is on the horizon.

Here\u2019s a closer glance at some of the contested races for this cycle:

HOUSE DISTRICT 92

Republican Rep. Ross Paustian faces Democrat Jean Simpson in a contest over a competitive district that has flipped between the two political parties over the last several years.

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Ross Paustian, incumbent for Iowa House in District 92, is interviewed by the Quad-City Times Editorial Board in Davenport on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018.

In 2016, Paustian handily won a two-way race against a Democrat by 12 percentage points. But four years before that, Paustian lost his seat to former Democratic Rep. Frank Wood, previously a state senator, by five points.

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Jean Simpson, Democratic candidate for Iowa House in District 92, is interviewed by the Quad-City Times Editorial Board in Davenport on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018.

Enter Democratic challenger Simpson, a retired social worker who has never before held office. She says she wants to increase funding for education, restore collective bargaining rights for public workers, and put Medicaid back under state control. And she describes herself as a \u201cfiscal hawk,\u201d saying she\u2019ll be able to work across the aisle to make those things happen.

\u00a0\u201cI don\u2019t look for a Republican idea or a Democrat idea or an independent idea, I look for the best idea,\u201d she said. \u00a0

As he seeks another term, Paustian points to the state of the economy as evidence things are going well in Iowa. He counts the removal of collective bargaining rights for public employees, the biggest tax cut in state history and conservative budgeting as contributors to steady growth.

\u201cWe cut taxes and we appropriated money where we thought was necessary for the state and still now we have a surplus,\u201d Paustian said, referencing $127 million more than expected revenue in the state coffers.

The district is entirely within Scott County, and includes northern Davenport, Blue Grass, Eldridge, New Liberty and the county\u2019s rural stretches to the northwest of the Quad-Cities.\u00a0

HOUSE DISTRICT 94

Coming off a first term in the Statehouse is GOP Rep. Gary Mohr, a former Bettendorf alderman, faces Democratic challenger Joan Marttila, a first-time office-seeker and retired audiologist.

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Gary Mohr - Republican - Iowa House District 94

As he seeks reelection, Mohr points to the passage of a law concerning school access for children who live on the Rock Island Arsenal among his proudest legislative achievements. The students previously attended Moline schools, but now have the option of choosing Iowa schools. He views himself as a representative who understands the needs of the district, saying he wants to build on past efforts to advocate for those needs in Des Moines. \u00a0

\u201cThey\u2019ve got to understand what we have here in Eastern Iowa,\u201d Mohr said of fellow lawmakers. \u201cWe\u2019re a critical part of this state.\u201d

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Joan Marttila - Candidate State Representative - Iowa House District 94

Marttila views one-party Republican control in Des Moines as having contributed to policies that are bad for the everyday Iowan. To that end, she points to heightened abortion restrictions, removal of collective bargaining rights for public sector workers and the state\u2019s most recent tax cut, which she says \u201cdoes very little\u201d for the average family.

If elected, Marttila says she would work to expand mental health, return Medicaid from private to public control, and look to reform the state\u2019s tax system to ensure working families are being treated fairly.

The district, which includes eastern Bettendorf, Riverdale, and northern Davenport, has remained comfortably in Republican hands for years. No Democrat has sought the seat since 2012, when then-Rep. Lauren Miller, a Republican, handily won against Democratic challenger Maria Bribriesco, who captured 44 percent of the vote.

HOUSE DISTRICT 97

As he seeks reelection, Republican Rep. Norlin Mommsen faces two challengers: Tim McClimon, a Democrat from Dewitt and Libertarian David Melchert Jr. of Grand Mound.

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Iowa Rep. Norlin Mommsen, R-DeWitt

Spanning across Scott and Clinton counties, the district includes the towns LeClaire, Camanche and DeWitt. It has been a Republican stronghold for more than a decade, although several challenges for the seat have emerged over the years.

Mommsen, who is running for a third consecutive term, says he wants to continue to focus on agricultural issues if he is elected again.

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Tim McClimon - Democratic candidate for District 97 Iowa House of Representatives.

A retired probation officer and first-time office-seeker, McClimon says Medicaid privatization is \u201ca mess,\u201d K-12 education spending should be higher, and collective bargaining rights should be restored. He also points to the state\u2019s massive tax cuts as election year politics, saying Republicans \u201cjumped too soon\u201d to put those in place.

\u201cI don\u2019t think our state is doing as well financially as some people would like you to believe,\u201d he said.

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Melchert

Melchert, the Libertarian, also ran for the seat under a three-way matchup in 2016. He captured 7 percent of the vote in that contest.

Three seats unopposed

The incumbents in House District 89, 90, and 93 do not face a challenger this year.

In House District 89, Democrat Monica Kurth has held the seat since a special election in January 2017, after Jim Lykam won a special election to represent Iowa Senate District 45. Kurth is a retired educator and counselor. The district includes parts of Davenport.

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House District 90 incumbent Cindy Winckler, a Democrat, is a retired teacher and education consultant. She is seeking her 10th term representing a district that includes parts of Davenport, Blue Grass and Buffalo.

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Iowa state Rep. Cindy Winckler

House District 93 incumbent Democrat Phyllis Thede also is running unopposed. The district includes parts of Davenport and Bettendorf.

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Iowa state Rep. Phyllis Thede

Senate District 47

Republican Sen. Roby Smith faces Democratic challenger Marie Gleason, a political newcomer, to retain control over a district he has held since 2010.

\"Iowa

Iowa state Sen. Roby Smith

Smith, a Davenport small business owner who also has stake in the Quad-Cities River Bandits, is seeking a third term, and points to education as a priority if he\u2019s reelected. He took his campaign to the airwaves early this month to tout the state\u2019s spending plan and tax cuts, saying he\u2019ll \u201calways put Iowa\u2019s taxpayers and working families first.\u201d

\"100818-Marie-Gleason\"

Marie Gleason - Democrat candidate for Senate in Iowa's 47th Senate District

Gleason is a Bettendorf resident and human resources project manager with Deere & Company. As a state senator, she says she would like to focus on improving health care for Iowans and improve K-12 public education by \u201csupporting that in the way that it needs to be.\u201d

The district, which includes much of Davenport, Bettendorf, Panorama Park and Riverdale, went for Smith in the 2014 election by a margin of 12 percentage points.

Senate District 49

In a largely rural district, two candidates are squaring off for the open seat left behind by Democratic Sen. Hart, who is leaving the post to run as lieutenant governor alongside Democratic gubernatorial candidate Fred Hubbell.

\"Patti
Patti Robinson

For the Democrats is Patti Robinson, a former Medicaid case director with Clinton County. Robinson dropped an earlier bid for a Clinton County board to run for Hart\u2019s seat. As she runs for office, she points to the privatization of Medicaid as a chief concern, saying the state should revert to a publicly managed system. She also says her background and longtime residence of Clinton make her a good fit to represent the people of the district.

For the Republicans is Chris Cournoyer, the board president of Pleasant Valley School District and website development business owner. She has already taken to the airwaves to promote her candidacy, with ads on television and radio. Cournoyer says she wants to get more funding for school districts in the budgeting process and get better mental health services.

\"100818-Chris-Cournoyer\"

Chris Cournoyer - Republican candidate for Iowa Senate District 49.

The district\u2019s boundary lines include northern Scott County and all of Clinton County, and it has swung between Democratic and Republican control over the years. In the 2014 election, Hart defeated Republican challenger Brian Schmidt in a close race with 52 percent of the vote.

In Senate District 45, incumbent Democrat Jim Lykam is running unopposed. Lykam won the seat in a special election in December of 2016. From 2003 to 2016, he represented\u00a0 Iowa House District 89.

\"Jim
Jim Lykam
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In crowded quarters in the cracker box that doubles as the interview room for visiting teams at Purdue's Ross-Ade Stadium, Urban Meyer tried to explain what just happened.

His Ohio State football team had just endured a 49-20 loss to a Purdue team that is better than its 4-3 record and the Boilermakers picked apart every weakness the Buckeyes have.

Purdue took advantage of the inability of Ohio State to run the football, denied the Buckeyes in the red zone and exposed a few shortcomings on defense as well.

Other than that, how did you enjoy the show, Mrs. Lincoln?

It was about as thorough of a beating as Ohio State has endured since it took the turf at Kinnick Stadium a year ago and left with a 55-24 loss to Iowa.

The Buckeyes have some time to regroup, idle next weekend before visiting Nebraska on Nov. 3.

The Ohio State loss was the only one among teams in the top 10 on my ballot for the Associated Press college football poll and I'm moving the Buckeyes from second to ninth on this week's ballot.

Clemson moves into the on-deck circle behind Alabama this week, with Notre Dame, Michigan and LSU rounding out my top five.

The majority of the movement this time around is in the bottom half of the poll, including the rise of Washington State following its win over Oregon which followed the Ducks' win over Washington.

Cincinnati, Mississippi State and USC all lost and are all left out of this week's ballot.

Joining the fray in addition to Washington State, which I voted 14th, are two other Pac-12 programs, Utah and Stanford. Like Purdue, Utah is on a four-game win streak including a win over the Cardinal, which was solid in its win over Arizona State and returns at 5-2.

In addition to Michigan and Ohio State, I have three Big Ten teams slotted between 15 and 19 this week.

Penn State is at 15, a slight bump of two spots mostly because of losses by Oregon and North Carolina just in front of the Nittany Lions. Wisconsin and Iowa both move up one spot, the Badgers to 18 and the Hawkeyes to 19 following solid wins on Saturday.

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

1. Alabama

2. Clemson

3. Notre Dame

4. Michigan

5. LSU

6. Texas

7. Georgia

8. Oklahoma

9. Ohio State

10. UCF

11. Florida

12. West Virginia

13. Kentucky

14. Washington State

15. Penn State

16. Oregon

17. Texas A&M

18. Wisconsin

19. Iowa

20. Washington

21. South Florida

22. North Carolina State

23. Utah

24. San Diego State

25. Stanford

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Take one look at the Kuno Struck mansion, and you'd probably not guess that it's in central Davenport.

With its style of architecture, stone-and-red brick facade and gables with ball toppers, the looming structure looks more like something you'd expect to find in France or England or on some old-money estate on the East Coast.

But, no, the Struck mansion is definitely in Davenport, hiding out in the trees next to what used to be the former Marycrest College campus, just east of the Putnam Museum.

Retired Quad-City Times columnist Bill Wundram wrote about the home in 1958 when he was the Sunday editor of the Times-Democrat. The article was one in his series of \"Magnificent Mansions of the Quad-Cities.\"

He described its rooms \u2014 the grand central staircase in the foyer, the stone fireplace in the massive living room, the honeycomb ceiling in the dining room and the curved walls with arched, colored glass windows in the solarium.

Patterned cloth wallpaper covered the walls and some of the ceilings and just about every room had leaded glass windows, most with some colored glass as well, he reported.

Those features still exist and on Oct. 8, when Realtor Rich Bassford listed the property for sale with photos posted online, he began getting inquiries from all over the country.

\"We have had so much interest,\" Bassford, owner of Re/Max Elite Homes, Moline, said on Wednesday. \"Pennsylvania, Florida, California, Georgia. In fact, there was a guy going to fly in today from Ohio. And we had a crew from Florida that wanted to film two scenes for a horror movie here.\"

Pictures of the home received 88,000 \"shares\" and \"likes\" in four days when they were posted on the \"For the Love of Old Homes\" Facebook page, he said.

And then just like that \u2014 in little more than a week \u2014 Bassford had an offer from a Quad-City area buyer. The asking price was $300,000 because, obviously, the place needs work. Some walls and ceilings have water damage, the grounds are overgrown and everywhere there is a need for fix-up.

But what architecture, what history.

Long-time Quad-Citians may remember the mansion from its former lives \u2014 as a private home with lavish parties, a meeting place for the former Marycrest College, and as a show home for the Tri-City Symphony Orchestra, now the Quad-City Symphony.

History

The home was built during 1910-11 by Dr. Kuno Struck and his wife, Norma Petersen Struck, daughter of Max D. Petersen, the oldest son of the founder of Petersen's Department Store, a forerunner of the present Von Maur chain, according to Quad-City Times archives.

It was designed by Walter Kruse and Rudolph J. Clausen; the latter was the son of Davenport's most prominent 19th century architect, Frederick J. Clausen.\u00a0

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

Although Struck was a medical doctor, he practiced only a short time after his marriage, instead devoting his time to extensive travel, according to a biography included in the national register nomination. He also was a vice-president of the former Davenport Bank & Trust Co.

After Struck's death at the age of 63 in 1947, his wife and daughter, Dorothy, continued to live in the house, along with Dorothy's husband. A gardener and chauffeur also lived on the grounds, according to the \"Magnificent Mansion\" article. (The car was a Lincoln Continental limousine.)

Those were the years \u2014 the mid '50s to mid '60s \u2014 of the lavish parties, with musicians playing on the terrace in the summer and a pianist at the Steinway grand piano inside, according to the late Shirley Davis, writing in the Times.

The home eventually was sold out of the family and in 1978 it was acquired by Marycrest College, whose leaders planned to use it for offices and as a community gathering place that could be rented for weddings, receptions and meetings.

In 1984, a bevy of interior designers made over the home as a Decorators' Show House fundraiser for the symphony.

In 2002, the then-Marycrest International University closed due to declining enrollment, and the campus was purchased by Quad-City developer Chris Ales. His company redeveloped the campus into Marycrest Senior Living but the Struck mansion was not part of that.

In 2005, Ales sold the home to Marlene and Donald Talbot. It is now being sold by a holding company. The house comes with a three-car-plus garage and 3.2 acres of land.

Photos: A look inside Kuno Struck mansion
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It\u2019s almost Halloween, so you may find yourself being lured to a haunted house.

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The strange black angel in Iowa City\u2019s Oakland Cemetery has long been connected to the supernatural. It\u2019s a part of the local lore in Iowa City and has been mentioned in books and on websites for many years.

Might we suggest, in the spirit of the season, another option?

Our area and region have plenty of places that have, believe it or not, connections to the supernatural.

Last week, Quad-City Times photo editor Kevin Schmidt and I explored a handful of those supposedly spooky sites.

During our travels, we visited spots in Clinton, Monticello, Iowa City, Muscatine, Rock Island and Cambridge, Illinois. We visited three cemeteries, drove backward on a road called Death Curve and, when we knocked on the doors of places with haunted histories, I was halfway hoping no one would answer.

These are not places where you\u2019ll find people dressed as ghosts or monsters, popping up around corners. But they're spooky all the same.

The mysterious Cotton House

Our first stop was the Cotton House, as it has been nicknamed, in Clinton, Iowa.

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This historic gothic mansion on 18th Avenue North in Clinton, Iowa belonged to a family of barristers, who moved out after seeing the apparition of a woman in white roaming the hallways and ground after dark.

We had read that a family moved out after seeing a woman in white roaming the hallways.

Other than that story listed on a website called hauntedplaces.org, the house has a low profile compared to others we visited.

When we arrived, we saw a run-down white mansion sitting atop a hill on 18th Avenue in a normal-looking neighborhood not far from downtown Clinton. There wasn\u2019t a sign or anything identifying the home as haunted or as an attraction.

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Many visitors to the house in Clinton, Iowa will not go down to the basement alone, which is believed to be haunted by an eerie entity.

The house was built in 1853 and most recently owned by Lee Sullens, according to country records. He died in May. No one at the Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce had heard of the Cotton House, so I left a message with the Clinton County Historical Society. Jan Hansen, who works there, got back to me and said she had to Google the house.

\u201cTo be honest, none of us have heard about it,\u201d she said. \u201cYou\u2019re the only one who has asked about it.\u201d

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This historic gothic mansion on 18th Avenue North in Clinton, Iowa, was built in 1853. Legend has it that the house belonged to a family of barristers, who moved out after seeing the apparition of a woman in white roaming the hallways and ground after dark.\u00a0

Regardless of whether the place has a haunted history, it certainly houses an air of mystery.

We did a lap around the house and knocked on the door. There was no answer. And that\u2019s kind of how we left things with the Cotton House: With more questions than answers.

'We know you're curious'

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The Edinburgh Manor, 13241 E23 County Home Road, Monticello, was built in the early 1900s and, for 100 years, housed the poor, disabled and incurably insane. The manor was in operation until 2010. In 2012, it was opened up to paranormal investigators and visitors.\u00a0

After a 70-mile drive, we arrived in Monticello, Iowa, where, on the quiet County Home Road, we found the next place on our list \u2014 a site that has been dubbed one of the most haunted in Iowa.

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For 100 years, Edinburgh Manor housed the \u201cincurably insane, the poor and the elderly,\u201d according to its website. In 2012, it was opened up to paranormal investigators and visitors.\u00a0

On the front lawn of the two-story brick\u00a0Edinburgh Manor a blue sign declares, \u201cCountry living at its best.\u201d

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A look through the front doors of Edinburgh Manor, which for 100 years housed the \u201cincurably insane, the poor and the elderly,\u201d according to its website.

For 100 years, Edinburgh Manor housed the \u201cincurably insane, the poor and the elderly,\u201d according to its website. It was in operation until 2010 and, two years later, was opened up to paranormal investigators and curious visitors who pay $200 to spend a night there.

Me? I\u2019m plenty satisfied with a walk around the premises, during which we saw, in one window, sheet music on a stand as if had been undisturbed for many years.\u00a0Curtains prevented a through peering into the windows, but we did spot a black cat in the window of a much smaller house in the backyard.

On the front doors of Edinburgh Manor, a laminated paper sign read, in all caps, \u201cPrivate property!\u201d and \u201cWe know you are curious,\u201d and, finally, \u201cSmile. You are on Camera.\u201d

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Accounts of paranormal activity in the building are commonplace. One of the most terrifying entities that has been encountered within the walls is known only as \u201cThe Joker.\u201d Many believe that this spirit was never human and those who have come in close contact with it have walked away with scratches and the sensation of being choked.

The sign also listed contact information, indicating, \u201cIf you get interesting pictures or audio/video, please email them to us so we can add them to our collection.\u201d My messages and phone calls were not returned.

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Other spirits said to be in residence at Edinburgh Manor are less confrontational, some former patients simply crave the attention they were denied during their lives in the asylum. Visitors speak of slamming doors, lights switching on and off and objects flying across the room.

The collection, according to the website, includes audio clips of mysterious whistling, singing and hacking as well as videos appearing to show apparitions. Edinburgh Manor also has been featured on Travel Channel\u2019s show, \u201cGhost Adventures.\u201d

Since we didn\u2019t get a good look inside, I asked Lindsey Hines, founder of The Illinois Paranormal Research Group, about her previous visits to Edinburgh Manor.

The Moline-based group has investigated the place twice and, on both occasions, its members heard male voices and one reported feeling a tug of the hair, Hines said. In addition, the group detected spikes in electromagnetic energy on their K2 meter, a popular tool used in ghost hunting.

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Many electronic voice phenomena or EVPs have been reported at Edinburgh Manor including singing and whistling, there have also been accounts of full body apparitions, and shadowy figures crouching in the dark waiting and watching those who dare to enter.

\u201cIt has a long and storied history that has been well publicized and on TV shows,\u201d she said. \u201cA lot of people have had experiences there and that has been well-documented.\u201d

Her take? There are other places in the area she considers \u201cmore haunted.\u201d

So, onto those.

\u2018How do you lift the curse?\u2019

When Russell Buffington took over as Oakland Cemetery\u2019s supervisor, he'd never heard of the most famous monument in the Iowa City cemetery.

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The statue was erected by Teresa Dolezal Feldevert, a physician who had immigrated to America from Strmilov, Bohemia, Teresa and her son, Eddie Dolezal, came to Iowa City, where she worked as a midwife. They lived in Iowa City until 1891, when Eddie died of meningitis at the age of 18. He was buried in Oakland Cemetery and Teresa had a tree stump monument erected over his grave. It can still be seen today.

\u201cWhen I got the job, I told some friends where it was,\u201d said Buffington, who grew up about 40 miles away. \u201cAnd they said, \u2018Oh, that\u2019s where the Black Angel is.\u2019 \u201d

Since he started six years ago, not many days have gone by that Buffington hasn\u2019t talked with someone about the Black Angel\u00a0\u2014 a monument that stands about eight feet, looks much like its name and has become a legendary haunt in Iowa City and beyond.

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There have been many stories spread about even the most mundane aspects of the angel\u2019s existence, starting with the date that it was erected in the cemetery. According to local history, provided by people who lived in the city at the time, the angel was installed at the cemetery at the time of its arrival in 1912.

Buffington describes the buzz, simply, this way: \u201cLots of phone calls, lots of stories, lots of interviews, lots of interest, especially this time of year.\u201d

As it became part of his regular workday, Buffington studied up on the monument\u2019s history, which goes like this: It was erected in 1912 by Teresa Feldevert in honor of her late husband. The angel was designed to hover over the body of her son, Eddie, who died of meningitis in 1891. A tree stump marks his grave.

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Other sources claim that it was actually stored in a barn for six years and was not erected until after a court case that Teresa brought against the artist, Mario Korbel. The story states that she refused to pay the $5,000 cost of the statue because it did not meet her specification to include a replica of her son\u2019s tree stump monument in the angel monument. She eventually lost the case.

Most of the mystery surrounds this fact: The angel was originally bronze and, within a few years of its installation, it turned black.

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The black angel of Oakland Cemetery in Iowa, City is an eight and a half foot tall burial monument for the Feldevert family, erected in the cemetery in 1912. Since that time, it has been the source of many stories and legends in Iowa City --- most connected to the mysterious change in color that the angel took, turning from a golden bronze to an eerie black. The statue was erected by Teresa Dolezal Feldevert, a physician who had immigrated to America from Strmilov, Bohemia, Teresa and her son, Eddie Dolezal, came to Iowa City, where she worked as a midwife. They lived in Iowa City until 1891, when Eddie died of meningitis at the age of 18. He was buried in Oakland Cemetery and Teresa had a tree stump monument erected over his grave. It can still be seen today.

\u201cIt turned black and people want a reason that that happened,\u201d Buffington said. \u201cThere are a lot of myths that have come up around that, everything from infidelity on her part to the idea that she actually killed her son.\u201d

Those myths led to lore and superstition, which the cemetery has outlined in a brochure and which has been the subject of at least two books and multiple projects by University of Iowa students.

One such story is that any girl who is kissed at the angel\u2019s feet in the moonlight would die within six months. There's also the story those who touch the angel on Halloween night will die in seven years. Another is that if you kiss the angel, your heart will stop beating.

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Visitors to the Oakland Cemetery in Iowa City leave coins at the base of the Black Angel, a burial monument for the Feldevert family that was erected in 1912.

As a result, the Black Angel draws 5-10 visitors per day, Buffington estimates, and even more during the Halloween season. The Black Angel\u2019s fingers have been broken off, most likely from people climbing it. Coins and flowers often are left at the base and Buffington\u2019s crew has found beer cans and whiskey bottles and a pair of underwear hanging from the angel\u2019s hand.

Buffington has talked to people who graduated from the University of Iowa 50 years ago and share their \u201cfond\u201d memories of visiting the Black Angel as a Halloween tradition.

Some memories are not as lighthearted.

One of the \u201coddest\u201d visits, Buffington said, happened about two years ago.

\u201cA couple came into my office, and the woman\u2019s question was, \u2018How do you lift the curse?\u2019 They said they had already been to the Black Angel to apologize,\u201d he said. \u201cI was expecting a chuckle. And there wasn\u2019t one. She was dead serious.\u201d

\u201cShe said they had visited the Black Angel years ago and since then, her husband had gotten a very bad disease and she had a heart attack.\u201d

After hearing such stories, does Buffington believe in the effects of the Black Angel?

\u201cI really don\u2019t,\u201d he said. \u201cIf people want to believe those things, that\u2019s up to them.\u201d

More than anything, Buffington says, it draws a lot of attention and visitors to the cemetery, which acts almost like a park for many Iowa City residents.

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The monument for Eddie Dolezal in Iowa City\u2019s Oakland Cemetery sits under the covering wing of the Black Angel.

\"This is something that the cemetery is known for,\u201d he said. \u201cThere are 22 Oakland Cemeteries in the state. And if someone types that into Google, ours is the first one that comes up. And I have to think that\u2019s because of the Black Angel.\u201d

Now, the Blue Angel

Unlike the Black Angel, there\u2019s a logical explanation for the color of the Blue Angel, which is found at Greenwood Cemetery in Muscatine, Iowa.

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The Blue Angel used to hold a rose and, as the legend goes, if you looked at her and she dropped the rose, you were doomed to die. Her hand was cut off in 1990s by vandals, apparently so she could no longer hurt anyone. The urban legend continues with the idea that her hand can still be seen there at night, glowing and holding the rose.\u00a0

Inside the mausoleum containing the bodies of Harry W. Hutting, 1868-1935, and his wife Kathryn Musser, 1868-1948, there\u2019s a statue of a white angel that often looks like it has a blue tint, because the mausoleum is decorated with blue stained-glass windows.

So, why is it regarded a spooky site?

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The Blue Angel is said to have once held a rose; if you looked at her and she dropped the rose, you were doomed to die.

Apparently, as the legend goes, if you see a rose petal drop from the angel\u2019s hand on Halloween night, someone in your family will die within 24 hours.

It\u2019s a story that Polly Geurink, the cemetery\u2019s office supervisor, has heard plenty of times since she began working there 17 years ago.

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The Blue Angel is said to have once held a rose; if you looked at her and she dropped the rose, you were doomed to die.

\u201cIt\u2019s not really haunted,\u201d she said. \u201cIt\u2019s just an urban legend. There\u2019s not much to it other than that story.\u201d

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She is said to have once held a rose; if you looked at her and she dropped the rose, you were doomed to die. Reports say her hand was cut off so she couldn\u2019t hurt anyone, but at night they say her hand is still here, glowing and holding the rose.

And that story got a new chapter when, in the 1990s, vandals broke into the mausoleum and cut off the angel\u2019s hand that held the rose. Since then, Geurink said, the cemetery crew has \u201crepeatedly\u201d chained the door to the mausoleum.

\u201cWe used to get a lot of phone calls about it,\u201d she said, including from high school students writing essays about it or from paranormal groups. \u201cIf there is any activity or traffic there, I don\u2019t hear about it.\u201d

Death Curve in Cambridge, Iowa

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Skellington Manor owner Michael Steen talks about paranormal activity he has experienced since opening the event center in 2009 at 420 18th St., Rock Island.\u00a0

Before our last official stop, we visited Skellington Manor, the former Masonic Temple in Rock Island, which operates as an events center, and in October, hosts a popular and frighteningly authentic haunted house.

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One of the ghouls peering out from the darkness at Skellington Manor in downtown Rock Island, Illinois.

While it\u2019s a place that Hines, of the Illinois Paranormal Research Group, would call \u201cfake haunted,\u201d she also says Skellington Manor workers have reported hearing voices or footsteps when no one is around or feeling like they are being watched.

\u201cThat whole area near downtown Rock Island has a lot of paranormal activity,\u201d she said.

It seems the line between \u201cfake haunted\u201d and \u201cactually haunted\u201d can be blurry.

By the way, Hines considers Quarters One on the Rock Island Arsenal the most haunted site in the area.

After Skellington Manor, it was time to check out Death Curve, a section of road in Cambridge, Illinois that got its name from very real and tragic events. It was on this curve that, in 1905, Julia Markham killed her seven children with an ax and set her house on fire, attempting to kill herself (she later died from her injuries).

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This section of Timber Ridge Road in Cambridge, Illinois has come to be known as Death Curve. It is where, in 1905, Julia Markham killed her seven children with an ax at their rural farm home and then set their house on fire, while she was inside the house. Residents have reported seeing her spirit there at night.\u00a0

The next day, the headline in the community\u2019s newspaper read, \u201cHenry Woman\u2019s Awful Deed.\u201d

Of Death Curve, Hines said this: \u201cIt\u2019s a pretty creepy place.\u201d When her group did an informal investigation there, she said, \u201cWe just didn\u2019t feel like we were supposed to be there.\u201d

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The remains of Julia Markham's seven children, ranging in age 4-rmonth-old Asia to 8-year-old Clara, 8, were buried in an unmarked grave in Rosedale Cemetery, which is a short distance away from the home in Cambridge, Illinois.\u00a0

When Schmidt and I walked around the area, surrounded by cornfields, there was no evidence of the Markham family\u2019s house or barn. We then drove about a mile down the road to Rosedale Cemetery, where he had read Markham and her children were buried in an unnamed grave, marked only by a small stone bear and a plastic swan.

When we left to drive back to Davenport, I wanted to know more.

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On September 30th, 1905 between 11 and 12 o\u2019clock Mrs. Markham sent her two oldest children out to the spring to get water. While they were away, she killed the five younger children with an ax. When the two older ones returned, she killed them also. After committing the atrocious deed, Mrs. Markham locked herself in the house. She threw the ax with which she had murdered her own offspring under a bed then piled straw about it, and set the house afire.

So, I called Harvey Johnson, who works at the Cambridge Historical Society. He was familiar with the story. When I told him I had visited the grave, he promptly asked me, \u201cWas the swan still there?\u201d

I said yes. He didn\u2019t say anything for a few seconds.

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The Rosedale Cemetery in rural Cambridge, Illinois.

\u201cWell, that\u2019s a mystery,\u201d Johnson said.

For the past several years, the swan has disappeared in the winter and returned in the spring. He has noticed it because a few of his family members are buried nearby.

\u201cNobody knows who does that,\u201d he said.

Johnson said he didn\u2019t know much more about Death Curve, so he suggested I call someone else: Gilbert \"Gib\" Cady, who retired in 2010 after serving as Henry Country\u2019s sheriff for 32 years.

When I reached Cady, who is 78, he said he doesn\u2019t remember when he first heard the story of Death Curve or who told it to him.

\u201cAs long as I\u2019ve been alive, I\u2019ve been aware of this story,\u201d said Cady, who also is a local history buff. \u201cIt\u2019s something people have had conversations about for generations.\u201d

And during Cady\u2019s time as sheriff, residents told him about their Julia Markham sightings. Some say they have seen her walking around the field, crying and looking for her kids. Cady said that the ghost of Markham is said to appear each year on the night of Sept. 25.

\u201cWhen they tell me they\u2019ve seen it, who am I to say that they\u2019re full of prunes?\" he asked. \"Who am I to say they\u2019re not telling the truth? I can\u2019t prove it didn\u2019t happen.\u201d

After decades of hearing stories and making conversation about Death Curve, Cady has this to say about why people believe such stores: \u201cPeople are attracted to the unknown. And they sort out what they believe and why. The why for a lot of people, the reason they believe in ghosts, is that they want to believe there\u2019s an afterlife.\u201d

And as far as the Death Curve story goes, he said, \u201cPeople will continue to talk about it forever.\u201d

Although Cady has lived in Cambridge his whole life and has known about Death Curve for nearly as long, he never has visited the area on the particular September evening that people say Markham\u2019s ghost appears.

\u201cI\u2019ve never gone, because I\u2019ve always got something else to do that night,\u201d he said. \u201cIt\u2019s strange that I\u2019m that busy, but it\u2019s true.\u201d

Well, stranger things have been discussed in reporting this story.

So, no, Cady tells me; he never has seen the ghost of Julia Markham.

\u201cIf I run into her,\u201d he said, chuckling. \u201cI\u2019ll send her your way.\u201d

PHOTOS: Haunted Places
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The U.S. economy, though strong, continues to face sizable challenges. America\u2019s ongoing trade disputes, rising interest rates and a softening global economy all threaten to prematurely halt our robust pace of economic growth.

For investors, these concerns were painfully manifested in the recent and punishing sell-off in the stock market. On Oct. 3, the Dow Jones Industrial Average finished a three-day rally to close at 26,828.39 \u2013 an all-time high. Six trading days later, the Dow had fallen more than 1,700 points, losing almost 7 percent of its value. The tech-heavy NASDAQ stock market lost almost 9 percent of its value.

Despite these challenges, expectations still remain high for the latest corporate earnings season, which began just over a week ago. Earnings season is a roughly four-week time period when the majority of corporations release their results for the prior quarter. For most companies, this will be the July-September third quarter. Each company\u2019s earnings (profits) and sales revenues, among other data, will be dissected by the markets to justify the current price of the company\u2019s stock.

In the third quarter, corporate earnings are expected to have increased by 19.3 percent over the prior year. This would be the third highest earnings growth rate since the first quarter of 2011, but below the second quarter\u2019s growth rate of 24.9 percent. For perspective, corporate earnings increased by just 1.3 percent in 2016 and 12.7 percent in 2017.

A strong third quarter earnings season would continue the stellar earnings data U.S. corporations have reported so far this year. More importantly, for investors, it would convey the U.S. economy and corporations continue to absorb the impact of rising interest rates and escalating trade disputes.

Equally important to the actual third quarter earnings results will be corporate America\u2019s future projections for earnings growth. Many in the financial community, including policymakers at the U.S. Federal Reserve, expect U.S. economic growth to begin tapering some time next year. According to data provided by Thomson Reuters, the growth rate for corporate earnings is expected to fall from 19.3 percent in the third quarter to 17 percent in the fourth quarter. For all of 2019, the earnings growth rate is expected to fall to just 10.5 percent.

So far, the initial burst of third quarter corporate earnings has been positive and encouraging. However, we\u2019ve yet to see key results from America\u2019s manufacturing sector \u2013 which has faced the brunt of our ongoing trade disputes. In the following weeks, industry heavyweights such as General Motors, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, John Deere and Caterpillar should provide some clarity on the current and projected state of America\u2019s economic health.

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Q: We have moved to a condo after raising 3 dogs and 4 cats in our old house over the course of 23 years. We think we want a kitten but do not want litter box issues. If we decide to adopt one, how do make sure it always uses the litter box?

A: While most cats are perfectly happy to use a litter box regularly their entire lives, a few don\u2019t for many reasons that primarily revolve around stress. Dirty litter boxes, noisy locations, multiple pets and physical ailments can all contribute.

Starting out on the right paw is important and can establish a routine that your cat can follow its entire life. Here are some tips to get your new friend on the right path.

\u2022 Don\u2019t play hide and seek with the litter box! Kittens need to be able to find the box easily and get in it without difficulty. In multiple-floor houses, having a box on each level may be desirable.

\u2022 Keep it clean! No matter the age of your feline friend, clean out the solids every day and clean and change the litter weekly or more often if needed. Cats will preferentially select a clean litter box over a soiled one.

\u2022 Location is extremely important. Stairs, a clanging furnace and your nephew\u2019s noisy Schnauzer can all interfere with a kitten\u2019s ability and desire to get to the litter box.

\u2022 Make sure your kitten is healthy and has been appropriately treated for intestinal parasites. Any disease that can cause gastrointestinal issues can prevent a kitten from making it to the litter box. Getting multiple stool checks and treatments for worms is standard care for kittens.

\u2022 Don\u2019t let your new kitten wander too far from your new litter boxes (bigger is better) and make sure it\u2019s using the boxes regularly before you are satisfied that training is over! Congratulations!

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The best way to prevent the spread of oak wilt is to prune oaks during the dormant season, and that time has now arrived, according to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.

\u201cThere have been several days in a row that were at or near freezing and the risk of oak wilt is very minimal,\u201d Tivon Feeley, DNR forest health program leader, said.

For that reason, the DNR suggests that you start pruning your oak tree now until late winter.

Oak wilt is caused by a fungus and has been present in the Midwest for many years. The disease is most commonly found in red, black and pin oak trees, but it can also be found in white and bur oak.

On most occasions, if red, black, or pin oak are affected by the fungus, they usually die within the same summer they become infected. But, white and bur oak can often take several years before they perish.

A healthy tree can be infected by the fungus two different ways: First, the fungus can be carried by a small beetle to an open wound of a healthy tree. Second, a healthy oak can get the fungus through root grafts if it is located near an infected tree.

A common symptom of oak wilt includes leaves turning a bronzed brown along the outer margins of the leaves. The best way to avoid 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. The DNR does not recommend pruning paints or sealants as they tend to slow the tree\u2019s ability to heal the wound.

For more information on oak wilt prevention and control follow the link below: http://na.fs.fed.us/pubs/howtos/ht_oakwilt/identify_prevent_and_control_oak_wilt_print.pdf

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Master Gardeners from the University of Illinois-Henry County recently installed a sensory garden at the non-profit Liberty Village of Geneseo retirement community.

\u00a0\u201cThere are so many benefits from being outside in the fresh air and sunshine,\" director Lynn Lenz said.

Building the garden was in keeping with the Master Gardener goal of working on community projects.

Extension horticulture educator Martha Smith drew up the design, selecting plants with features that specifically target all five senses.

Plants with a variety of texture were placed near the garden edge where they are easy to touch. Roses and other fragrant flowers were added to stimulate smell, and a water fountain was installed for sound and visual interest. Liberty Village purchased the plants from local growers, and on Oct. 4, several Master Gardeners did the installation.

It is the first of three gardens envisioned for the center. The next will be a \"pizza\" garden with tomatoes, basil, green peppers, onions and other pizza ingredients and then a memory garden that will feature stones with the names of residents.

The latter \u201cwill be a nice way to remember all of our Liberty Village family members now and into the future,\u201d Lenz said.

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Matisse is disussion topic

A free presentation on the artist Henri Matisse, one of the most important Imressionist painters of the 20th century, will be 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Butterworth Center, 1105 8th St., Moline.

Carol Ehlers, volunteer for Arts Insight of the Chicago Institute of Art, will cover the six decades of the artist's life and the many forms of media in which he worked, including painting, printmaking, sculpture, glass and cut paper.

A friend (as well as competitor) with Picasso, despite their different styles, Matisse also enjoyed many friendships and collaborations with other important artists of the era. His use of bright, bold colors makes his works instantly recognizable, and popular to this day.

The talk coincides with the Figge Art Museum\u2019s impressive exhibit \u201cFrench Moderns: Monet to Matisse, 1850-1950\u201d, featuring 59 works from the collection of the Brooklyn Museum.

For more information, call 309-743-2701.

Talk looks at art, Nazi party

A presentation titled \"Art and the Nazi Party\" will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, at the German American Heritage Center, 712 W. 2nd St., Davenport.

Visual art was important to the Nazi party, and Katherine Kunau, of the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, will discuss the systematic looting of art from Jewish families and occupied territory and contrast that with the distinctive artistic style the Nazis pushed on the German people.

The program is free with admission, which is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and $3 for children.

For more information call 563-322-8844 or go to gahc.org.

ISU calendar is available now

The 2019 garden calendar published by Iowa State University Extension is now available for $7 from the online extension store (extension.iastate.edu) or at a county office.

Known for its colorful photos and month-by-month garden tips, the calendar's theme this year is seasons, showcasing \"something going on in the garden throughout the whole year,\" Richard Jauron, horticulture specialist, said.

The tips cover fruits, vegetables, lawn care, trees, shrubs, flowers and turfgrass.

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Iowa Acting Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg saw an \u201cincredible contrast\u201d between Gov. Kim Reynolds and her Democratic challenger, Fred Hubbell, in the first of their three scheduled debates.

\u201cIf nothing else, it showed that Governor Reynolds has a very positive, optimistic vision for where things are at and where things are going,\u201d he said. \u201cFred Hubbell could only talk about negativity. He was trying to spin things in a way to make Iowa look bad. I don\u2019t think Iowans want to get behind that.\u201d

Gregg expects the Reynolds to continue to tell Iowans about the progress the state is making in upcoming debates.

She\u2019ll continue \u201cmaking the case to Iowans why our leadership is the right leadership for the next four years,\u201d he said.

Gregg also expects a different Hubbell to show up.

\u201cI think she needs to be prepared for a Fred Hubbell who will be on the attack,\u201d Gregg said. \u201cHe clearly did not come across as prepared, so I suspect his handlers will tell him he has to really come after her.\u201d

\u201cAs the governor has consistently shown to even her own party\u2019s criticism, she is fully committed to a negative mudslinging campaign chock-full of personal attacks,\u201d Hubbell spokeswoman Remi Yamamoto said.

Hubbell will continue \u201cto articulate a clear, positive vision of how he will bring needed change on the issues Iowans care most \u2014 from reversing Medicaid privatization to investing in quality education,\u201d Yamamoto said.

\u201cWhile Governor Reynolds puts wasteful corporate tax giveaways first, Fred Hubbell will restore fiscal responsibility and put the budget behind the people-first priorities Iowans deserve,\u201d she said. \u201cHe is in favor of a middle-class tax break. In contrast, Governor Reynolds and the acting lieutenant governor's misguided priorities overwhelmingly skewed their tax reform toward the wealthy and corporations at the expense of the middle class.\u201d

Gregg responded that Iowa is on the right track because of Reynolds\u2019 leadership.

\u201cFolks don\u2019t have to take my word for that. It\u2019s true by any measure you can possibly think of,\u201d he said. \u201cThe budget is balanced. We closed fiscal 2018 with a $127 million surplus. We have over $600 million in our cash reserves. Unemployment stands at 2.5 percent. We\u2019re sixth in income growth.

\u201cTo sum up, Iowans are working. Incomes are going up, taxes are going down,\u201d he said.

Hubbell would undo that, Gregg continued, by raising taxes \u201cto a level Iowans can\u2019t afford. Fred Hubbell wants to throw all that progress away.\u201d

A final gubernatorial debate is scheduled at 8 a.m. Oct. 21 in Davenport. A partnership of the Quad-City Times, KWQC-TV 6 and KCRG, the debate is not open to the public, but broadcast live on KWQC-TV 6.

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Happy Birthday! You are an awesome brother that saved my life. Thanks so much for everything. Love Your, Brother Vic

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Harold (Pete) and Sandra Gradert of Geneseo will celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary Friday, October 26, 2018. Sandra Harris and Harold Gradert were married Saturday, October 26, 1968 at First United Methodist Church, Geneseo by Rev. Harold Dagley. They have three children and five Har grandchildren.

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Why wait till 90! Start the party at 88! Happy Birthday Mom!

Love, Wanda Marie (Lopez) Saldivar

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Daniel B. Kaufman will be celebrating his 90th Birthday on October 22, 2018. A family dinner is being held in his honor. Daniel was born October 22, 1928 to Burton & Tillie Kaufman. Daniel married Joan Niemann in Atlanta, Georgia on August 4, 1951. Joan passed away on January 19, 2018. Daniel is a retired rural postal carrier, farmer and service manager at Bob Ripple Ford. His children are: Roger (Cheryl) Kaufman and Connie (Roger) Burzlaff. His grandchildren are: Karna (Chris) Reicks, Kerry (Amber) Burzlaff and Kendra (BJ) Yaddof. His great-grandchildren are: Ella Reicks, Kade, Kallie and Keaton Burzalaff, Adian and Owen Yaddof. Cards may be sent to 615 \u2013 6th Avenue South, DeWitt, IA 52722

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Heinz Hehlke of Camanche, Iowa, will Celebrate his 85th Birthday with an open house on Oct. 28, 2018 from 1-3 pm at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Camanche, Iowa. Heinz is retired from Alcoa. He has three children, six grandchildren, four great grandchildren (with one more on the way in Dec.) Please join us and help celebrate with cake and coffee. He requests no gifts, your presence is his gift!

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Monica Kurth

Age: 68

Residence: Davenport

Occupation: Current legislator; retired community college instructor

Qualifications: Active involvement in politics and community organizations: Quad Cities Interfaith, Scott County Democratic Party, Progressive Action for the Common Good, 35 years work with at-risk youth, education, counseling.

Do you believe Iowa is adequately funding education? Explain.

No, Iowa is not providing adequate funding at any level. Over the last eight years, although in a growing economy, education funding has remained relatively flat. If this continues, even growing school districts at maximum per student funding will face underfunding. Davenport schools are facing increased class sizes, possible building closures, and under-staffing.

Community colleges and regents universities have faced mid-year budget cuts and rising tuition costs as public funding has decreased. Tuition increases are making it prohibitive for many students.

There is also the need for highly educated workers, but the funding required to get those degrees is so high many students are seeking jobs outside of Iowa, with higher pay, in order to repay loans.

Do you support Iowa\u2019s move to a privately managed Medicaid system? Why or why not?

The privatization of Medicaid in Iowa has not worked. There are unacceptable service denials, service decreases, and late repayments to providers. Many report repayments as late as nine to 12 months. Providers have had to increase staff just to deal with added paperwork because of late pays and denials. Meanwhile, people who need services have suffered. Anecdotal evidence addresses these concerns.

The idea that privatization would save money was unbelievable. To go from public administration costs of 3 percent to private administration costs of 12 percent means the loss of millions in service dollars.

Do you believe Iowa\u2019s state government should bring in less revenue, more revenue, or about what it does now? Explain.

I believe the Governor\u2019s 2018 tax cut needs to be reevaluated. When 40 percent of the benefit goes to those in the highest 4 percent income, it\u2019s hard to make the point that this tax cut benefits the middle class. In addition, the entire tax credit system needs to be examined. Certainly, some tax credits are doing as intended. The Earned Income Tax Credit is important to those at the bottom levels of income. The Historic Renovation tax credits help provide jobs and improve conditions throughout the state. Davenport has benefited from this credit with restoration of significant buildings. But when the state of Iowa writes direct checks to organizations who exist outside of the state and pay no Iowa taxes, it\u2019s difficult to call them tax credits. We don\u2019t need\u00a0 more revenue; we need to look at how current revenue is allocated.

Would you vote to expand Iowa\u2019s current medical cannabis law? Legalize marijuana?

Our current medical cannabis law is not adequate. We need to lift the cap on the THC percentage as well as adding more health conditions for which medical cannabis can be prescribed. States with more vigorous laws have found that when medical cannabis prescriptions increase, opioid prescriptions decrease. That is research we certainly need to keep an eye on.

Overall legalization of marijuana needs to wait. We will benefit from studying other states and Canada to see how public safety and public health are affected by legalization.

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Norlin Mommsen

Age: 60

Residence: DeWitt

Occupation: Farmer raising corn, soybeans and cattle

Qualifications: Chair of the House Ag and Natural Resources Appropriations Committee. Member of the House Agriculture Committee, Education Committee, Natural Resources Committee and House Appropriations Committee.

Do you believe Iowa is adequately funding education? Explain.

Education has always been a priority of mine. Since 2011 education funding has increased 30% bringing the total spent to$3.2 billion per year. This has allowed our schools to hire over 2,300 teachers, far out pacing the increase in enrollment across the state. Along with the increase in funding we have given our districts much more flexibility. This increase in \"local control\" along with the increase in funding will help keep Iowa number one when it comes to graduation rates.

Do you support Iowa\u2019s move to a privately managed Medicaid system? Why or not?

Over the last few years the Medicaid budget has gone from a small line item to a major part of the budget. This increase in costs has begun to put pressure on other priorities of the state like public safety, K-12 education and courts. This rapid increase and unpredictability of costs is why Governor Branstad made the change from a reactive approach to Medicaid to a proactive approach.

I agree with this approach but believe we must continue to make improvements. This past year we passed legislation that will hold the managed care organizations more accountable to patients, providers and taxpayers. We must continue to evaluate this program constantly to ensure that vulnerable Iowans get the care they need and deserve.

Do you believe Iowa\u2019s state government should bring in less revenue, more revenue, or about what it does now? Explain.

It is important to remember the majority of the state's revenue comes from Iowans. With this in mind I believe the legislature has a duty to collect only what it needs to fund the states priorities. This allows Iowans decide how they want to spend their own money. I think we are doing just fine right now.

Would you vote to expand Iowa\u2019s current medical cannabis law? Legalize marijuana?

The legislature recently passed a medical cannabis law. It included rules on the growing, distribution and use of the CBD oil. The law contained a limited list of conditions for which Iowans can obtain the oil. A board made up of medical professionals was set up to determine dosages and if any additional conditions should be added to the list. This largely removes politics from the issue and puts experts in charge. The program is in the beginning stages and we must allow the process to continue before we try and make any dramatic changes.

With all the negative and unintended consequences associated with recreational marijuana use I can not support it.

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Gary Mohr

Age: 66

Residence: Bettendorf

Occupation: Retired 2015 after 41 years in Higher Education Administration

Qualifications: I am completing my first two-year term in the Iowa House representing District 94. I served three years as alderman for the city of Bettendorf.

Do you believe Iowa is adequately funding education? Explain.

I would prefer that we spend more for education in Iowa as long as we live within our budget. Independent studies show Iowa is a leader in the nation for increasing funding for education over the past several years. I would prefer funding any growth out of increased growth to the budget to fund increases to K-12 education and workforce preparation for industries. Currently, $4 billion out of our $7.5 billion budget goes to fund education. It is a priority when 53 percent of our entire budget goes to fund education.

Do you support Iowa\u2019s move to a privately managed Medicaid system? Why or not?

The ongoing increases from the old state-managed Medicaid were simply unsustainable. In fiscal year 1990, Medicaid accounted for 7 percent of our state budget. By 2005, it accounted for 9 percent of the budget and by 2015 it was 19 percent of our state budget. Just like every family in Iowa has had to do, we needed to live within our budget. Changes needed to be made because Medicaid increases were consuming money that could have been spent on education, law enforcement, etc. With time these issues will get worked out and services will improve. While we work out these problems, I want to help be part of the solution. We simply couldn\u2019t afford to remain on the same financial path.

Do you believe Iowa\u2019s state government should bring in less revenue, more revenue, or about what it does now? Explain.

I am not in favor of raising taxes on Iowans. Government only needs to collect what\u2019s truly necessary to fund the priority needs of Iowa. Everything else should be returned to the taxpayers. I\u2019m in favor of bringing in about what we do now as it is enough to fund state government. There is no limit to what some people want to spend in government.

Would you vote to expand Iowa\u2019s current medical cannabis law? Legalize marijuana?

Last session we passed a medical marijuana bill through the Iowa Legislature. I want to see how well it works and would be open to making changes, over-time, based on our experience with it and on the advice of medical providers. I am not in favor of legalizing marijuana. There are too many negatives consequences we see from other states that have legalized it.

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Patti Robinson

Age: 55

Residence: Clinton

Occupation: Case manager

Qualifications: Lifelong resident of Iowa. I have worked in the school system and I was the Director of Case Management for Clinton County for over 25 years in the Medicaid system.

Do you believe Iowa is adequately funding education? Explain.

No, I do not. I feel we could be taking some of the corporate tax credit refund money and put it toward our children\u2019s education versus giving million dollar corporations a refund when they don\u2019t need the hand out.

Do you support Iowa\u2019s move to a privately managed Medicaid system? Why or not?

I do not support the privatization of Medicaid. I worked in the system when the state ran Medicaid. It was a system that worked. I\u2019m not saying it was perfect but it was working. Now the private insurance companies are making profit off of denying and reducing services to our most vulnerable people, our elderly and disabled.

Do you believe Iowa\u2019s state government should bring in less revenue, more revenue, or about what it does now? Explain.

I would hope we could keep it as it is however, the budget needs to be looked at closely to see where the money is being spent. I need to see a break down of how and where our state dollars are spent before I can make an informed decision.

Would you vote to expand Iowa\u2019s current medical cannabis law? Legalize marijuana?

I am supportive of expanding the medical cannabis law. It has been proven by the medical profession that the use of cannabis oil does relieve symptoms for many different diseases. I am on the fence regarding legalizing recreational marijuana. My work with persons with mental health and substance abuse issues, I have seen too many individuals with drug addictions who started out experimenting with marijuana and moved on to using more addictive drugs. I am more than willing to be at the table for a discussion though.

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Chris Cournoyer

Age: 48

Residence: LeClaire

Occupation: Self-Employed Website Designer

Qualifications: I have always been an active member of my community who works well with others to create a positive impact for everyone.

Do you believe Iowa is adequately funding education? Explain.

I ran for the Pleasant Valley School Board because public education is a passion of mine. My education priorities are to ensure timely and sustainable funding and to close the per pupil funding gap. Mid-year budget cuts and delayed funding levels from the legislature make the job of school boards and administration much more difficult. The per pupil funding inequity plaguing many schools districts, especially in eastern Iowa, must continue to be addressed and I believe my experience in education and understanding of school funding will help me continue to eliminate that funding gap. I support giving locally elected school boards more flexibility in how they spend their funding to best support the needs of the students in their district.

Do you support Iowa\u2019s move to a privately managed Medicaid system? Why or not?

The massive spending growth in Medicaid is crowding out funding for other priorities like education and public safety. I believe we need to continue to evaluate the Medicaid managed care process, ensure participants are receiving the care they need and providers are being reimbursed in an appropriate and timely manner. The oversight of the legislative branch is important to continue to monitor the program and to make any necessary changes.

Do you believe Iowa\u2019s state government should bring in less revenue, more revenue, or about what it does now? Explain.

I will advocate for pro-growth policies like tax relief and regulatory reform. These policies will continue the growth the Iowa economy has been experiencing. When the economy is growing more career opportunities exist, businesses can grow and wages rise. Another benefit of a growing economy is increased revenues to the state and local municipalities, providing more resources for education, public safety, mental health and health care.

Would you vote to expand Iowa\u2019s current medical cannabis law? Legalize marijuana?

As a mother of four, I sympathize with families struggling to find medicine to properly treat chronic illness. I support medical cannabis for individuals suffering from legitimate medical issues who have struggled to find other forms of medicine to treat their problems. I am strongly opposed to recreational use of marijuana.

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Joan Marttila

Age: 68

Residence: Bettendorf

Occupation: Audiologist/administrator (retired)

Qualifications: Past President, Iowa Speech Language Hearing Association, Past President, Iowa Speech Language Hearing Foundation, Audiology Doctorate, community volunteer

Do you believe Iowa is adequately funding education?

No. Public education is underfunded at all levels. This has resulted in increased class size, decreasing course options, and program elimination. It has caused educators to settle for salaries that do not even keep up with inflation. At the same time, Iowa needs a diverse workforce that can meet the job needs in an increasingly technological age. Iowa is currently unable to provide educational opportunities to upgrade skills of existing workers. We cannot plan for the future needs of Iowa if the Legislature is unwilling to even fund its present needs.

Do you support Iowa\u2019s move to a privately managed Medicaid system? Why or not?

No. The move to privatized Medicaid has affected individuals with severe disabilities, the poor, and the elderly. Privatization has resulted in decreased consumer services, an astronomical increase in consumer complaints, and consumer service denial. Service providers are not being reimbursed for their services at a reasonable rate or are not being reimbursed at all. This has forced them to obtain private loans, reduce services, or close their doors. Families are faced with increasingly worrisome financial burdens as they try to maintain the health services their loved ones need. It\u2019s time to end Medicaid privatization.

Do you believe Iowa\u2019s state government should bring in less revenue, more revenue, or about what it does now? Explain.

The state budget has been mismanaged for the last several years. Iowa\u2019s budget should align with its priorities. Politicians have underfunded schools and our mental health system while corporate tax credits have grown significantly. The tax bill just passed last session included another $483 million in corporate tax cuts. The budget should be reexamined to determine if these are a) giving taxpayers a good return on our investment; and b) benefiting the majority of Iowans. We should not balance the budget on the backs of hard-working Iowans.

Would you vote to expand Iowa\u2019s current medical cannabis law?

The 2017 legislature passed a bill to improve access to cannabidiol (non-intoxicating medicinal oil) and establish a Medical Cannabidiol Board to establish policies and procedures regarding sale and use of CBD. It would make sense to have the Board study the issue and make a recommendation regarding changing CBD access and legalization of marijuana. The Iowa Legislature should not be in the business of practicing medicine. Legalize marijuana? I would listen to the recommendation of the Board as well as the federal government\u2019s current policy regarding marijuana production, sale, and banking practices. These factors would determine my vote on expansion of CBD and cannabis use.

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Jim Lykam

Age: 68

Residence: Davenport

Occupation: Retired small business owner

Qualifications: 16 years in the Iowa House, 2nd year in the Iowa Senate. Committees: Transportation, Commerce, Natural Resources, Administration and Regulation Budget Subcommittee.

Do you believe Iowa is adequately funding education? Explain.

No. Iowa schools, parents and educators are screaming a warning: \"We need adequate funding or our students will continue to suffer.\"

New investment in public schools has been the lowest in Iowa history for eight of the last nine years and has not kept up with inflation. We need to make education a top priority in our state to ensure that Iowa children can compete for 21st century jobs.

Strong public schools mean strong communities. We need to make sure our schools get their fair share of funding.

Do you support Iowa\u2019s move to a privately managed Medicaid system? Why or not?

Privatized, for-profit Medicaid continues to be a disaster for Iowa families, health care providers and taxpayers.

For more than two years now, we've battled the mess created when the governor and Republican legislators privatized the health care of 600,000 Iowans. No matter how bad things get, supporters stick their heads in the sand and claim it is working, while a $5 billion health care system crumbles.

The best option would be for Governor Reynolds and legislative Republicans to reverse course and join legislative Democrats in supporting a return to a more efficient, publicly managed system.

Do you believe Iowa\u2019s state government should bring in less revenue, more revenue, or about what it does now? Explain.

The Governor and Legislature should develop a budget that is based on the priorities of their constituents in terms of critical services and the ability of individuals and businesses to pay taxes to ensure a balanced budget.

Would you vote to expand Iowa\u2019s current medical cannabis law? Legalize marijuana?

Yes. The Legislature needs to approve an expanded, comprehensive medical cannabis program to properly treat more Iowans with debilitating conditions.

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Roby Smith

Age: 40

Residence: Davenport

Occupation: Iowa State Senator, Co-owner of the Quad-Cities River Bandits

Qualifications: I am a husband, father of four, business owner, serve on the Scott Community College Foundation Board, and teach junior achievement. I am a two-term incumbent state senator and I have never missed a vote (2,637 or 2,637).

Do you believe Iowa is adequately funding education? Explain.

Education is Iowa\u2019s number one priority and approximately 55 percent of the state budget is spent on education. Since I have been in the Iowa Senate we have increased funding for pre-K-12 education by $765 million. Iowa is ranked the fourth best state in the nation for school funding with a 20.6 percent increase in total state funding per student since 2008. I led the fight and passed the first phase to eliminate school inequity funding. I look forward to funding the next several phases of this effort until we completely eliminate this inequity. This will bring additional funds to Davenport, Bettendorf and Pleasant Valley schools.

Do you support Iowa\u2019s move to a privately managed Medicaid system? Why or not?

The move to privately manage Medicaid was decided by former Governor Branstad without any consultation or vote from the legislature. I want to make sure people have the coverage and care needed. No matter what system of care is in Iowa, it is important that vulnerable Iowans receive the care they deserve. It is also important that providers are being reimbursed appropriately and timely for the care they are providing.

Do you believe Iowa\u2019s state government should bring in less revenue, more revenue, or about what it does now? Explain.

We need to make sure we have the revenues necessary to fund essential government services in the most efficient and effective manner possible. Doing so allows us to control the cost of government, which in turn allows Iowans to keep more of their hard-earned money. Last year, we provided an increase of close to $50 million for Pre-K-12 education, including funding to address school inequity. We fully funded necessary increases in health care, public safety, and at the same time, cut taxes for hard working Iowa families. In the end, these income tax cuts will provide Iowans with more disposable income, leading to greater spending, job creation, higher wages, and additional state revenues. Iowa has a budget surplus and the state reserve funds are full.

Would you vote to expand Iowa\u2019s current medical cannabis law? Legalize marijuana?

I voted for the current medical cannabis law and I am open to improvements, changes and expansion to our current law. I am against the legalization of marijuana.

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John Maxwell

Age: 57

Residence: Donahue

Qualifications: I own and operate my own business, Cinnamon Ridge Farms. I have served on many boards, including the North Scott School Board as president.

Does the county provide enough funding for mental health services? Explain.

Nationwide, there is a great need for more mental health funding. Over the last few years, local resources have seen growth and great accomplishments. In order to build on that success, continued collaboration among vital people and organizations is necessary. If elected, I pledge to continue working with the other counties in our region, the legislators, and Scott County key players to build, expand and emphasize mental health systems in the area. With that cooperation, we can increase funding for mental health services.

How should the county board balance the need to preserve rural farm ground with the needs of economic development?

I\u2019m a strong advocate for preserving agricultural farm land and I agree with the county\u2019s land use policy, which allows for development in designated locations. Economic development is necessary for the county to create jobs, which then make for great school growth and a vibrant community.

Are county property taxes too high, too low, or just right? Explain.

Currently, Scott County has the lowest tax rate of the eight largest counties in Iowa and is one of the lowest of all 99 counties. That makes Scott County an attractive place for people and businesses to locate. Having more people and business come to Scott County will increase revenues thus enabling increased support in the many services that Scott County provides. Currently, I feel taxes are just right.

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