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Shenanigan\u2019s Irish Pub in Davenport will be closing soon.

Kyle Carter, Executive Director of the Davenport Downtown Partnership, said that the building\u2019s owner, Thad DenHartog, who also is a Realtor with Mel Foster, worked with the pub\u2019s owner, the City of Davenport, Davenport Police, the State of Iowa and other area business owners to find a solution to safety issues at the pub.

\u201cThis is a serious issue and everyone came to the table,\u201d Carter said. Everyone worked together to see that the safety issues surrounding Shenanigan\u2019s \u201cwas dealt with fairly and quickly,\u201d he added.

DenHartog said the lease for Shenanigan\u2019s, 303 W. 3rd St., is being terminated early in accordance with the agreement. The pub will remain open and will close at a time that has been set not made public. The bar is operated by Donnie Davison.\u00a0

Davenport has tried several times to deny Shenanigan\u2019s a liquor license based on its public safety history but has been overruled by the State of Iowa.

The final straw, however, likely was a large fight that broke out at the pub early Sunday during which a gun was fired and a bullet went through the window of Mac\u2019s Tavern, located across the street at 316 W. 3rd St.

A video posted on Facebook showed a large fight on the sidewalk outside the pub during which police could be seen dousing combatants with pepper spray. Another video showed a fight inside the pub.

Davenport Mayor Frank Klipsch said that such behavior \u201cis not acceptable for the community.\u201d

\u201cYou have to remember that the downtown area of Davenport is a neighborhood where many people live,\u201d Klipsch said. \u201cIt is our responsibility as elected officials to keep it safe for everyone.\u201d

Klipsch credited DenHartog with being \u201cvery helpful in finding a positive resolution.\"

The Times has reached out to Davison\u2019s attorney, Mike Meloy, for comment.

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There's a shortage of flower marijuana in Illinois. That's because the number of medical marijuana patients has nearly doubled this year, and they're using up a limited supply. For Nature\u2019s Treatment of Illinois in Milan, that means recreational users are unlikely to find flower marijuana at its store for months.

Pot users, ages 21 and up, will only be able to purchase edibles and vaping cartridges when recreational marijuana is legalized Jan. 1, said Shannon Ballegeer, NTI\u2019s manager.

There are 94,373 residents with medical cards, as of Dec. 4, 2019, up from 49,366 on Dec. 11, 2018, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.

The biggest spike came in August, after Gov. JB Pritzker signed a law to add chronic pain as a qualifying condition for a medical card. The launch of the opioid alternative program also increased numbers this year.

Some have speculated supply is being hoarded so it's available for the recreational market. That's not the case, Ballegeer said.

Marijuana cultivators are \u201cworking off the original space they had set up for their cultivation. They\u2019re producing everything they can as fast as they can,\u201d she said. \u201cWe order from the cultivators just like the patients do. There\u2019s no holding back for recreational, because there\u2019s no benefit to us or the cultivators for holding back.\u201d

Dispensaries must keep a 30-day inventory for their patients, said Pam Althoff, executive director of the Cannabis Business Association of Illinois. As demand grows, the inventory must, too.

That has led to a \u201ccrunch,\" as has several weeks passing between when the legislation was signed on June 25 and when the first recreational grow licenses were issued.

\u201cIf you do the math, it takes cannabis minimally 12 weeks, sometimes 16, depending on the plant and the strain to produce a crop. We\u2019re bumping up against that Jan. 1 deadline,\u201d Althoff said. \u201cThis is an initial, and hopefully short-lived, shortage. I think over the past several weeks the industry, as well as the State of Illinois, our regulators, truly understand this will be somewhat of a soft opening. But then give us a few more months, we anticipate the availability of product will significantly improve.\u201d

This is not unique to Illinois. Ballegeer thinks recreational marijuana could be sold out on the first day, which is what happened in Michigan.

\u201cIt\u2019s happened in every state. That is not unusual. In every state, even those that had a year; California (and) Colorado had a year to get up and running and there was a shortage,\u201d Althoff said.

Cultivators, such as Green Thumb Industries in Rock Island, have been working to expand this year, but construction and the growing process takes time, Ballegeer said.

Limited supply and increased demand means Ballegeer hasn\u2019t been able to buy as much flower from cultivators as she'd like. In turn, patients can\u2019t buy as much as they are used to purchasing.

Medical patients are upset, because \u201ca lot of people have been using these products for years to treat the symptoms of their conditions, and then they can\u2019t get their product,\" Ballegeer said.

Edibles and cartridges for vaping are available for medical patients.

\u201cFor the people that are smoking \u2026 edibles don\u2019t have the same exact effect as smoking,\u201d Ballegeer said. Patients \u201cknow how it works and, on top of that with all the vape issues going around nationwide, a lot of people don\u2019t trust cartridges right now.\u201d

That concern has sent vape patients back to flower, too.

Green Thumb Industries, which operates a cultivation center in Rock Island, received its state license for recreational growing operations in recent weeks. A GTI representative said the space had nearly doubled and jobs have been added, but declined to provide specifics.

\"We expect there could be limited, intermittent product availability,\" GTI said in a statement Friday morning.

\"We are doing everything we can to mitigate product availability and patient access issues to help make the rollout as smooth as possible, including increasing production at our wholesale facilities in Rock Island and Ogelsby; increasing wholesale and retail staff; expanding our retail stores; and adding more hours and points of sale at our retail locations.\u201d

\u201cWe have been serving medical cannabis patients since 2015 and will continue to advocate for them.\u201d

Althoff also said applications for existing cultivation centers to expand were slowed while the final negotiations took place ahead of the law being signed in June.

At the time, the industry brought up having \"a very short, truncated period to get up and running and be ready for that Jan. 1. We thought it was a little aggressive,\u201d she said.

And the current number of cultivation centers in the state will remain the same for all of 2020. Applications for craft growing licenses, or smaller grow operations, begin Jan. 7.

\u201cI believe that one of the reasons that full cultivation sites were limited, or not expanded, was an attempt to allow craft grow cultivation sites the ability to be established and thrive,\u201d Althoff said.

As recreational marijuana sales draw near in the Land of Lincoln, Althoff wanted to remind users to be responsible.

\u201cI know everyone is excited and there will be lines, but this is an opportunity to show the general public and those individuals who have raised concerns about the legality of cannabis, it\u2019s a great opportunity to disprove those negative expectations.\u201d

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Shenanigan\u2019s Irish Pub in Davenport will be closing soon.

Kyle Carter, Executive Director of the Davenport Downtown Partnership, said that the building\u2019s owner, Thad DenHartog, who also is a Realtor with Mel Foster, worked with the pub\u2019s owner, the City of Davenport, Davenport Police, the State of Iowa and other area business owners to find a solution to safety issues at the pub.

\u201cThis is a serious issue and everyone came to the table,\u201d Carter said. Everyone worked together to see that the safety issues surrounding Shenanigan\u2019s \u201cwas dealt with fairly and quickly,\u201d he added.

DenHartog said the lease for Shenanigan\u2019s, 303 W. 3rd St., is being terminated early in accordance with the agreement. The pub will remain open and will close at a time that has been set not made public. The bar is operated by Donnie Davison.\u00a0

Davenport has tried several times to deny Shenanigan\u2019s a liquor license based on its public safety history but has been overruled by the State of Iowa.

The final straw, however, likely was a large fight that broke out at the pub early Sunday during which a gun was fired and a bullet went through the window of Mac\u2019s Tavern, located across the street at 316 W. 3rd St.

A video posted on Facebook showed a large fight on the sidewalk outside the pub during which police could be seen dousing combatants with pepper spray. Another video showed a fight inside the pub.

Davenport Mayor Frank Klipsch said that such behavior \u201cis not acceptable for the community.\u201d

\u201cYou have to remember that the downtown area of Davenport is a neighborhood where many people live,\u201d Klipsch said. \u201cIt is our responsibility as elected officials to keep it safe for everyone.\u201d

Klipsch credited DenHartog with being \u201cvery helpful in finding a positive resolution.\"

The Times has reached out to Davison\u2019s attorney, Mike Meloy, for comment.

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For a moment Friday, you could've heard a pin drop at the Genesis Medical Center in Davenport.

Before a crowd of doctors, physical therapists and peers, former Davenport firefighter Bob Juarez walked again with the help of an exoskeleton the hospital system has for inpatients.

After the walk, Juarez said the exoskeleton helps improve his health and his recovery after suffering a spinal cord injury while fighting a fire in 2008.

\"Just to be able to look individuals eye to eye, and then physically it helps my overall health,\" Juarez said. \"That's what's exciting about it.\"\u00a0

Juarez said it took several hours of training and measuring over a week to use the exoskeleton. Using the exoskeleton to walk gives him a sense of freedom and comes with a variety of physical health benefits, including getting the blood flowing, reduced bone density and helping with muscle mass in his legs.

The walk was part of a Genesis event celebrating its 150th anniversary, going back to one of its founding members. Mercy Hospital was founded in 1859 by the Sisters of Mercy in response to a cholera outbreak in Davenport they happened upon while attempting to build a school in Dewitt.

\"Based on the mission of their order, obviously they felt like they needed to start a hospital,\" president and CEO Doug Cropper said at the event. Mercy Hospital was the third hospital west of the Mississippi and received its first patient Dec. 7, 1869. \"They never quite made it to Dewitt, but they did something very important, and that was take care of the sick and dying and mentally ill and other patients that needed to be cared for.\"\u00a0

Genesis Health System as a whole began in 1994 when Mercy Hospital and St. Luke's Hospital in Davenport merged.\u00a0

Cropper gave his remarks in front of the Genesis history wall, which documents both accomplishments like the first appendectomy and tragedies like the St. Elizabeth Hospital for the Mentally Ill fire, the third deadliest hospital fire in the United States.

This year, Cropper highlighted some of the philanthropic efforts Genesis has done, including raising $100,000 with the Quad-City River Bandits for flood relief and its annual \"Pack the Buses\" event where school buses are packed with school supplies for schoolchildren.

\"This is an opportunity to both look back and also look forward at our exciting future that's in front of us,\" Cropper said. \"The secret of any organization to last 150 years is to reinvent ourselves, and we've done that many times over and we will do that as we look to meet the community need in this region.\"\u00a0

Scott County Board of Supervisors Chair Tony Knobbe also read a declaration passed at its last meeting declaring 2019 the Year of Genesis, and declaring Dec. 7 Genesis Health System Day.

After the event, Cropper said to be able to see Juarez walk was incredible. \"That we could actually get the technology through fundraising and actually see Bob today at our celebration of our 150th and demonstrate our future technology was just incredible,\" he said. \"It was as exciting for us as it was for him.\"\u00a0\u00a0

Cropper said in the end, it's about the Genesis mission: quality and compassionate healthcare for those in need.\u00a0

Genesis is hoping to get another exoskeleton in the future for outpatient care as well.

PHOTOS: Bob Juarez walks during Genesis anniversary event
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There's a shortage of flower marijuana in Illinois. That's because the number of medical marijuana patients has nearly doubled this year, and they're using up a limited supply. For Nature\u2019s Treatment of Illinois in Milan, that means recreational users are unlikely to find flower marijuana at its store for months.

Pot users, ages 21 and up, will only be able to purchase edibles and vaping cartridges when recreational marijuana is legalized Jan. 1, said Shannon Ballegeer, NTI\u2019s manager.

There are 94,373 residents with medical cards, as of Dec. 4, 2019, up from 49,366 on Dec. 11, 2018, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.

The biggest spike came in August, after Gov. JB Pritzker signed a law to add chronic pain as a qualifying condition for a medical card. The launch of the opioid alternative program also increased numbers this year.

Some have speculated supply is being hoarded so it's available for the recreational market. That's not the case, Ballegeer said.

Marijuana cultivators are \u201cworking off the original space they had set up for their cultivation. They\u2019re producing everything they can as fast as they can,\u201d she said. \u201cWe order from the cultivators just like the patients do. There\u2019s no holding back for recreational, because there\u2019s no benefit to us or the cultivators for holding back.\u201d

Dispensaries must keep a 30-day inventory for their patients, said Pam Althoff, executive director of the Cannabis Business Association of Illinois. As demand grows, the inventory must, too.

That has led to a \u201ccrunch,\" as has several weeks passing between when the legislation was signed on June 25 and when the first recreational grow licenses were issued.

\u201cIf you do the math, it takes cannabis minimally 12 weeks, sometimes 16, depending on the plant and the strain to produce a crop. We\u2019re bumping up against that Jan. 1 deadline,\u201d Althoff said. \u201cThis is an initial, and hopefully short-lived, shortage. I think over the past several weeks the industry, as well as the State of Illinois, our regulators, truly understand this will be somewhat of a soft opening. But then give us a few more months, we anticipate the availability of product will significantly improve.\u201d

This is not unique to Illinois. Ballegeer thinks recreational marijuana could be sold out on the first day, which is what happened in Michigan.

\u201cIt\u2019s happened in every state. That is not unusual. In every state, even those that had a year; California (and) Colorado had a year to get up and running and there was a shortage,\u201d Althoff said.

Cultivators, such as Green Thumb Industries in Rock Island, have been working to expand this year, but construction and the growing process takes time, Ballegeer said.

Limited supply and increased demand means Ballegeer hasn\u2019t been able to buy as much flower from cultivators as she'd like. In turn, patients can\u2019t buy as much as they are used to purchasing.

Medical patients are upset, because \u201ca lot of people have been using these products for years to treat the symptoms of their conditions, and then they can\u2019t get their product,\" Ballegeer said.

Edibles and cartridges for vaping are available for medical patients.

\u201cFor the people that are smoking \u2026 edibles don\u2019t have the same exact effect as smoking,\u201d Ballegeer said. Patients \u201cknow how it works and, on top of that with all the vape issues going around nationwide, a lot of people don\u2019t trust cartridges right now.\u201d

That concern has sent vape patients back to flower, too.

Green Thumb Industries, which operates a cultivation center in Rock Island, received its state license for recreational growing operations in recent weeks. A GTI representative said the space had nearly doubled and jobs have been added, but declined to provide specifics.

\"We expect there could be limited, intermittent product availability,\" GTI said in a statement Friday morning.

\"We are doing everything we can to mitigate product availability and patient access issues to help make the rollout as smooth as possible, including increasing production at our wholesale facilities in Rock Island and Ogelsby; increasing wholesale and retail staff; expanding our retail stores; and adding more hours and points of sale at our retail locations.\u201d

\u201cWe have been serving medical cannabis patients since 2015 and will continue to advocate for them.\u201d

Althoff also said applications for existing cultivation centers to expand were slowed while the final negotiations took place ahead of the law being signed in June.

At the time, the industry brought up having \"a very short, truncated period to get up and running and be ready for that Jan. 1. We thought it was a little aggressive,\u201d she said.

And the current number of cultivation centers in the state will remain the same for all of 2020. Applications for craft growing licenses, or smaller grow operations, begin Jan. 7.

\u201cI believe that one of the reasons that full cultivation sites were limited, or not expanded, was an attempt to allow craft grow cultivation sites the ability to be established and thrive,\u201d Althoff said.

As recreational marijuana sales draw near in the Land of Lincoln, Althoff wanted to remind users to be responsible.

\u201cI know everyone is excited and there will be lines, but this is an opportunity to show the general public and those individuals who have raised concerns about the legality of cannabis, it\u2019s a great opportunity to disprove those negative expectations.\u201d

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A woman will serve about seven years in prison after being sentenced this week in Rock Island County for her role in the March crash that killed Tammy Loos.

Judge Norma Kauzlarich sentenced Amy Taylor during a Wednesday hearing, records state. Taylor, 28, of Davenport, got 13 \u00bd years in prison on a count of possession of a stolen vehicle, but qualified for day-for-day credit and credit for time served. Those credits cut a listed sentence roughly in half.

Taylor pleaded guilty to the charge in July.

The crash happened March 27. A van reported stolen March 24 collided with a Ford Escape at the intersection of John Deere Road and 16th Street, according to the Moline Police Department.

Both occupants of the Escape were hurt. Loos, 51, of Milan, who was the passenger in the Escape, was sent to UnityPoint Health-Trinity Rock Island, where she died. The driver, identified in Rock Island County court records as Matthew Burroughs, survived.

Moline police stated that a pistol, two rifles and two BB guns were recovered from the van after the crash.

Taylor was one of three people charged because of the crash.

Alexander P. Garrels, 26, Walcott, pleaded guilty in October to unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon and possession of a stolen vehicle.

Kauzlarich sentenced Garrels to 10 years in prison. He was also given day- for-day credit and credit for time already served, meaning his actual time in prison will be about five years.

Armand Cannon, 24, of Grand Mound, Iowa, has been accused of reckless homicide, aggravated reckless driving, aggravated driving under the influence of drugs and possession of a stolen vehicle.

His case was still pending as of Friday. His bail has been set at $250,000. To be released he would have to post a $25,000 bond.

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Tom Steyer looks at Iowa and sees a wide open field.

Not a farm field, but a field of a different Iowa commodity: presidential candidates.

Steyer, 62, is the billionaire investor and progressive activist running for president. Despite never having held political office, he\u2019s polling in the mid-single digits in Iowa, thanks to robust digital and cable advertising.

\u201cWhat\u2019s clear is that this race is going to break late,\u201d Steyer said in a phone interview. \u201cPeople don\u2019t know what\u2019s going to happen.\u201d

Nearly all of the candidates are banking on a late-changing race. They\u2019re backed up by polling that shows most caucus-goers haven\u2019t yet made up their minds. Most are also willing to have their minds changed.

Steyer's campaign points to recent polls that are encouraging for the candidate. Recent surveys from Morning Consult show Steyer at fifth place among \"early primary state\" voters, which includes Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada.

Steyer\u2019s Iowa ground game remains less developed than higher-polling candidates. His campaign opened a Davenport office last month. In the coming weeks he\u2019ll open more in Ames, Cedar Rapids, Dubuque, Iowa City, Sioux City and Waterloo, according to a campaign release.

To his supporters, Steyer is the best candidate to take on President Donald Trump because he has both a history of progressive advocacy and a successful business background.

That business background \u2014 and its resulting massive fortune \u2014 has also irked critics who claim he\u2019s buying his way into the primary process.

From July through September, Steyer spent $47.6 million of his own money on his campaign, according to campaign finance filings from the Federal Election Commission.

As the founder of NextGen America, a progressive policy group and political action committee (PAC), Steyer has devoted millions of dollars to liberal causes.

One of his top issues is climate change. His ambitious climate plan calls for the U.S. to transition to 100% clean energy by 2045 as well as to put $2 trillion in federal funding over 10 years toward \u201cclimate-smart\u201d infrastructure.

\u201cI don\u2019t think Iowa is at all immune to the problems of climate and pollution,\u201d Steyer said. \u201cThe solutions will be found disproportionately in places like Iowa,\u201d he added, citing carbon-sequestration and the state\u2019s leading infrastructure for wind.\u00a0

Steyer also pointed to the flooding of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers as evidence of local consequences of climate change.

Pollution of land and waterways, he added, remains a public health problem. \u201cPeople are clearly being poisoned in Iowa,\u201d he said.

Steyer\u2019s estimated $1.6 billion net-worth translates to a self-fundraising prowess difficult for other candidates to match. The only Democratic candidate wealthier is former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, worth an estimated $55.2 billion.

This week Steyer\u2019s campaign announced that he qualified for the December DNC debate, to be held on Dec. 19, in Los Angeles. That makes him one of just six candidates who have qualified: former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

Eligible candidates must receive contributions from 200,000 unique donors and meet a polling requirement. The qualification window closes at 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 12.

\u201cI\u2019m running because I was worried no one would be telling the truth to the American people,\u201d Steyer said. \u201cThis race is wide open.\u201d

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A presentation on the Battle of the Bulge \u2014 a key battle in the Allied defeat of Nazi Germany 75 years ago this December \u2014 will begin at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16, at Moline High School's Bartlett Center for the Performing Arts, 3600 Avenue of the Cities.

The free presentation is jointly sponsored by the Moline Preservation Society and the history club at Moline High.

The speaker is Kevin Braafladt, of Bettendorf, who retired from a career in the U.S. Army, serving most recently as aide de camp to Major General Chris Gentry, Deputy Commanding General-Support for the First Army at Rock Island Arsenal and First Army Command historian.

Braafladt has reserve status with the First Army Support Command and is the civilian historian for the Army Sustainment Command.

He will discuss the principles of the German plan of attack, how the American First Army responded to the attack as well as the end result of the battle and its significance during World War II.

Braafladt was born and raised in Sacramento, California.

He and his wife Amanda have three children.

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A roundup of campaign news items of interest for Friday, December 6, 2019:

PRO-BIDEN PAC AIRING ADS: A political action committee that supports Democratic presidential candidate and former vice president Joe Biden is airing TV ads in Iowa.

Unite the Country Super PAC made a $650,000 ad buy in Iowa, with more investments planned for this month, the group said. The first ad \u201chighlights Joe Biden\u2019s history of standing up for what is right, and his commitment to bringing Americans together,\u201d the group said.

\u201cThis advertisement demonstrates the strength and character of Joe Biden, from his successful effort to ban military-style assault rifles to combating the scourge of domestic violence,\u201d Unite the Country executive director Steve Schale said in a news release. \u201cJoe Biden is the right person to lead our country at this moment in history, and is best positioned to defeat Donald Trump.\u201d

SANDERS\u2019 INTERNET ACCESS PLAN: Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders proposed investing $150 billion toward expanding high-speed internet access to every U.S. household.

The U.S. senator from Vermont said the funding would be a part of his \u201cGreen New Deal,\u201d and would come in the form of infrastructure grants and technical assistance for local governments.

Sanders also proposed requiring all internet service providers offer at least one affordable, basic internet package; breaking up internet company monopolies, and increasing the federal minimum requirements for broadband speeds.

\u201cIt is outrageous that across the country millions of Americans and so many of our communities do not have access to affordable high-speed internet,\u201d Sanders said in a statement. \u201cAccess to the internet is a necessity in today's economy, and it should be available for all. We are going to take on the greedy internet, telecom, and cable monopolies and put an end to their absurd prices gauging. Just as President Roosevelt fundamentally made America more equal by bringing electricity to every farm and rural community over 80 years ago, as president, I will do the same with high-speed internet.\u201d

BOOKER\u2019S RURAL \u2018WEALTH AND OPPORTUNITY\u2019 PLAN: Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker unveiled a package of policy proposals designed to, in the campaign\u2019s words, \u201cdrive small business growth and revitalize rural main streets in every corner of the country so that rural Americans can build wealth too.\u201d

The U.S. senator from New Jersey\u2019s proposals include re-establishing and empowering a White House Rural Council, and appointing a senior White House advisor focused on designing and executing the administration\u2019s vision for rural America.

The proposals also include passing a moratorium on mergers and acquisitions in the food and agricultural industries and investing $2 trillion in infrastructure.

\u201cThere is a common pain in our country that affects rural, urban, and suburban places alike \u2014 while some places are thriving, so many communities are being left out and left behind,\u201d Booker said in a statement. \u201cNo one should have to leave their home to find economic opportunity in America. That\u2019s why I\u2019m unveiling a plan today to create new pathways to opportunity and prosperity in rural America. Because all Americans deserve more opportunities to create wealth, to grow businesses, and to pursue their American dream.\u201d

Lee-Gazette Des Moines Bureau

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There's a shortage of flower marijuana in Illinois. That's because the number of medical marijuana patients has nearly doubled this year, and they're using up a limited supply. For Nature\u2019s Treatment of Illinois in Milan, that means recreational users are unlikely to find flower marijuana at its store for months.

Pot users, ages 21 and up, will only be able to purchase edibles and vaping cartridges when recreational marijuana is legalized Jan. 1, said Shannon Ballegeer, NTI\u2019s manager.

There are 94,373 residents with medical cards, as of Dec. 4, 2019, up from 49,366 on Dec. 11, 2018, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.

The biggest spike came in August, after Gov. JB Pritzker signed a law to add chronic pain as a qualifying condition for a medical card. The launch of the opioid alternative program also increased numbers this year.

Some have speculated supply is being hoarded so it's available for the recreational market. That's not the case, Ballegeer said.

Marijuana cultivators are \u201cworking off the original space they had set up for their cultivation. They\u2019re producing everything they can as fast as they can,\u201d she said. \u201cWe order from the cultivators just like the patients do. There\u2019s no holding back for recreational, because there\u2019s no benefit to us or the cultivators for holding back.\u201d

Dispensaries must keep a 30-day inventory for their patients, said Pam Althoff, executive director of the Cannabis Business Association of Illinois. As demand grows, the inventory must, too.

That has led to a \u201ccrunch,\" as has several weeks passing between when the legislation was signed on June 25 and when the first recreational grow licenses were issued.

\u201cIf you do the math, it takes cannabis minimally 12 weeks, sometimes 16, depending on the plant and the strain to produce a crop. We\u2019re bumping up against that Jan. 1 deadline,\u201d Althoff said. \u201cThis is an initial, and hopefully short-lived, shortage. I think over the past several weeks the industry, as well as the State of Illinois, our regulators, truly understand this will be somewhat of a soft opening. But then give us a few more months, we anticipate the availability of product will significantly improve.\u201d

This is not unique to Illinois. Ballegeer thinks recreational marijuana could be sold out on the first day, which is what happened in Michigan.

\u201cIt\u2019s happened in every state. That is not unusual. In every state, even those that had a year; California (and) Colorado had a year to get up and running and there was a shortage,\u201d Althoff said.

Cultivators, such as Green Thumb Industries in Rock Island, have been working to expand this year, but construction and the growing process takes time, Ballegeer said.

Limited supply and increased demand means Ballegeer hasn\u2019t been able to buy as much flower from cultivators as she'd like. In turn, patients can\u2019t buy as much as they are used to purchasing.

Medical patients are upset, because \u201ca lot of people have been using these products for years to treat the symptoms of their conditions, and then they can\u2019t get their product,\" Ballegeer said.

Edibles and cartridges for vaping are available for medical patients.

\u201cFor the people that are smoking \u2026 edibles don\u2019t have the same exact effect as smoking,\u201d Ballegeer said. Patients \u201cknow how it works and, on top of that with all the vape issues going around nationwide, a lot of people don\u2019t trust cartridges right now.\u201d

That concern has sent vape patients back to flower, too.

Green Thumb Industries, which operates a cultivation center in Rock Island, received its state license for recreational growing operations in recent weeks. A GTI representative said the space had nearly doubled and jobs have been added, but declined to provide specifics.

\"We expect there could be limited, intermittent product availability,\" GTI said in a statement Friday morning.

\"We are doing everything we can to mitigate product availability and patient access issues to help make the rollout as smooth as possible, including increasing production at our wholesale facilities in Rock Island and Ogelsby; increasing wholesale and retail staff; expanding our retail stores; and adding more hours and points of sale at our retail locations.\u201d

\u201cWe have been serving medical cannabis patients since 2015 and will continue to advocate for them.\u201d

Althoff also said applications for existing cultivation centers to expand were slowed while the final negotiations took place ahead of the law being signed in June.

At the time, the industry brought up having \"a very short, truncated period to get up and running and be ready for that Jan. 1. We thought it was a little aggressive,\u201d she said.

And the current number of cultivation centers in the state will remain the same for all of 2020. Applications for craft growing licenses, or smaller grow operations, begin Jan. 7.

\u201cI believe that one of the reasons that full cultivation sites were limited, or not expanded, was an attempt to allow craft grow cultivation sites the ability to be established and thrive,\u201d Althoff said.

As recreational marijuana sales draw near in the Land of Lincoln, Althoff wanted to remind users to be responsible.

\u201cI know everyone is excited and there will be lines, but this is an opportunity to show the general public and those individuals who have raised concerns about the legality of cannabis, it\u2019s a great opportunity to disprove those negative expectations.\u201d

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The Scott County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday heard suggestions from Park View residents about how to implement rental regulations, which residents say are necessary to hold landlords accountable for crimes that occur in the census-designated place.\u00a0

A rental task force from Park View, which features about 290 rental units, shared findings with the board at Wednesday\u2019s committee of the whole meeting. These would lead to a Scott County department taking over the issuance of rental permits for multifamily and townhouse units in Park View, rental inspections and background checks.

Tom Dole, who conducts maintenance in Park View, said he sees conditions of apartment buildings and oftentimes the ones with bad maintenance are the ones that have absent landlords or those who don\u2019t care. \u201cThey don\u2019t seem to care if they have bad tenants or they don\u2019t care if their place is a mess,\u201d he said. \u201cThis is where it\u2019s coming from.\u201d

\u201cI believe this is an important issue to residents of Park View \u2014 homeowners and owners of rental properties alike,\u201d Park View Homeowner\u2019s Association Patrick Dodge said at the beginning of the nearly two-hour meeting, which featured a packed crowd at the Eldridge branch of the Scott County library.

Park View, located in northern Scott County near Eldridge,\u00a0includes about 290 rental townhouses and multifamily units.

Scott County Planning Director Tim Huey, who was part of the Park View Rental Task Force, said regulations would need to include a full vetting for licenses and regulations for both tenants and landlords.

\u201cIt doesn\u2019t do any good to have a code\u2026if there isn\u2019t any method to enforce that,\u201d Huey said. One of the proposals is to have the sheriff\u2019s department administer the rental regulation program.

Among the concerns of administering the program are any additional expenses, the purchase and use of permitting software for the rental program and what fees might be charged in the course of administrating rental regulations, permits and inspections. Code requirements would also need to be adopted, including requirements for fire safety and exterior condition of the property.

One issue important to the Task Force was the monitoring of \u201cnuisance activity,\u201d which could be defined as when one or more of specific acts are committed within a 12 month consecutive period upon or within 1,000 feet of the property by an invested party or permittees. These would include criminal charges like manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, kidnapping, prostitution or misdemeanor gambling. \u201cIt\u2019s another reason why we want the sheriff involved with that, because nuisance activity involves criminal activity,\u201d Huey said.

Consequences from enforcement would include tracking of violations, assessment of fines for municipal infractions or revocation of rental licenses for landlords.\u00a0Other requirements that may be considered include background checks on tenants, written leases and landlord training through Scott County.

In public comment, increased communication was highlighted by landlords\u00a0as something that needs to improve.

\u201cWhen issues arise\u2026I would love for someone to call me and tell me this is happening,\u201d Scott Braden, who recently purchased Deer Creek Apartments in Park View, told the board. In Davenport, he said, there were times when the only way he would find out about issues was if he was told by someone else or if he saw them happen himself. \u201cI want to be told by law enforcement, or residents, or whoever, of issues that are going on.\u201d

Matt, who owns a home in Park View, said he had seen issues across the street from his house, from an apartment owner plowing snow into his driveway to letting off fireworks in the street that were mistaken for gunshots. \u201cI don\u2019t know what the regulations are for that building\u2026 but there needs to be some action taken,\u201d he said, declining to give his last name.

After this meeting, the Park View Rental Task Force will take the input and comments and work on preparing a formal ordinance for approval by the Board of Supervisors.\u00a0

For a copy of the PowerPoint that lays out the suggested rental regulations, visit the Scott County website at scottcountyiowa.com.

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George Bleich was returning to his Bettendorf home on Pinnacle Pines Court Tuesday morning when he saw something out of place lying in his front yard.

\"George thought maybe it was a newspaper rolled up,\" his wife, Cynthia Bleich, said. \"When he picked it up, he was shocked. He looked around and saw there some other rolled up pages on our neighbor's driveways.

\"We have lived in this neighborhood for 15 years and we've never seen anything like that around here. It was shocking and upsetting.\"

What George Bleich found Tuesday morning was a rolled up edition of the free publication Quad Cities Dining Guide, bound by a sticker from the National Alliance that read \"Send them back. They can't make white babies.\"

Cynthia Bleich said she knew the National Alliance, a white nationalist group, has been active in distributing literature in the Quad-Cities for many years, but wanted to contact media immediately \"especially after what went on at that church here in Bettendorf Monday night.\"

\"You have to stand up and reject this kind of hate,\" Bleich said.

She was referring to the immigration forum, put on by Scott County Teenage Republicans, held at Pleasant View Baptist Church on Monday.

The event was billed as featuring far-right activists Scott Presler and Dylan Wheeler; Republican candidates for Iowa's second congressional seat, Bobby Schilling and Mariannettee Miller-Meeks; and \"angel families,\" families who had a loved one killed by someone in the country illegally. But the evening ended with a speech by far-right activist Nick Fuentes, who appeared at the white nationalist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

An active podcaster, Fuentes, 21, leads what he calls a \"Groyper War\" against anyone who fails to condemned immigration from non-white, non-European countries, and advocates for America to be a \u201cmonoculture.\u201d He answered audience questions, during which no one pushed back against his remarks or disavowed him.

After news of Fuentes' appearance spread, the church's pastor, Schilling and Miller-Meeks condemned Fuentes and his views.

Cynthia Bleich said she thought Monday's forum and controversy may sparked another round of National Alliance propaganda.

\"It's the perfect time to capitalize on one the messages from that forum. It really bothers me that nobody at that church even stood up and disagreed with what Fuentes said,\" she said. \"My husband and I and our neighbors really struggled with how to do this \u2014 we know we have to speak out and reject this garbage thrown on our property. But at the same time, we don't want to give this National Alliance any more publicity.\"

Cynthia Bleich and her neighbor, Rex Grove, said they \"fear for the young people who get such intolerant messages.\"

\"We know this was a Young Republicans group that hosted this event,\" Grove said. \"How sad that young people are told horrible things about the people who come to this country.\"

Bleich said she hopes more people speak out against \"hate propaganda.\"

\"I live in a neighborhood where every year we all \u2014 including my Jewish neighbor \u2014 share a holiday party,\" Cynthia Bleich said. \"I'm an active volunteer at a food pantry and I'm a person who believes in freedom for all.

\"I wonder why we don't have people who go around and tell stories about how immigrants and their families come here seeking safety and how hard they work to make a better life,\" she said. \"That used to be the American story. I wonder why we never tell that story anymore.\"

Grove said he found the flyer at the bottom of his drive at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.

\"The dog and I went out for a walk and there it was,\" Grove said. \"It's sad to admit this, but I knew right away what was. I knew what it would basically say. Face it, this kind of stuff is back \u2014 or it's worse than it's been in a long time.

\"It must have been 20 or 30 years ago that I got some of this propaganda at the end of my driveway when I lived in the McClellan neighborhood. You hope something like that goes away, but the way things are now I just knew what it was.\"

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Vesey named North track coach

Tammy Vesey has been named the new girls track and field coach at Davenport North.

Vesey was on the Rock Island staff for the past seven years\u00a0\u2014 two as an assistant and the past five years as head coach.

A Rock Island grad, Vesey also has led the Quad-City Women In Action since 2012, a group that mentors young ladies in high schools throughout the area.

\"We are very excited to bring Coach Vesey on as our head girls track coach,\" North activities director Jeremy Mosier said. \"She is passionate about track and field as well as developing young women. She will be a great leader for our track program.\"

Vesey replaces Brandon Krusey, who left after last school year to become the football coach at Mason City.

Beasley takes over Wildcats' softball program

Doug Beasley has been promoted to head softball coach at Davenport North.

Beasley has served as an assistant coach the past two seasons and been an integral part of the Wildcats' softball feeder program.

\"(Coach Beasley) is enthusiastic about the sport and passionate about North High School,\" North activities director Jeremy Mosier said. \"He has been a significant piece of our program over the last number of years in various roles. We look forward to his leadership in our program.\"

Beasley takes over for Briana Williams. North was 12-20 this past season, losing to Ottumwa in a Class 5A regional semifinal.

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Davenport police are investigating a Thursday night robbery.

Police were called at 7:17 p.m., Thursday, to Verizon Wireless, 1800 N. Division St., according to a news release from the Davenport Police Department.

Two masked subjects entered the business, displayed a handgun, and stole several items from the business, police said.

Responding officers located the stolen property and a discarded handgun within a block.

Officers located and detained two people for questioning. No arrests have been made.

There were no reported injuries or damage.\u00a0

Davenport Police ask anyone with information to call 563 326-6125 or submit an anonymous tip via the mobile app entitled \u201cCityConnect Davenport, IA\u201d or \u201cCrimeReports by Motorola\u201d.

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Here is the afternoon forecast from the National Weather Service.

It will gradually become sunny with a high near 38 degrees and a low around 24 degrees. North wind between 5 to 15 mph will gusts as high as 30 mph.

Saturday will be sunny with a high near 42 degrees and a low around 24 degrees.

Sunday will be cloudy with a high near 47 degrees and a low around 38 degrees with a 40% chance of rain before midnight.

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Crime Stoppers of the Quad-Cities has added two people to its wanted list.

They are:

Keyciyah Mystic Huge, 21, wanted by the Rock Island Sheriff's Office for failure to appear/aggravated battery of a police officer, obstructing justice and criminal damage to property.

She is described as being 5-feet, 7-inches tall and weighing 130 pounds. Huge has black hair and brown eyes.

Steven Romell Tate, 20, wanted by the Rock Island Sheriff's Office for probation violation/aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.

Tate is described as being 6-feet, 3-inches tall and weighing 250 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes.

Crime Stoppers ask anyone with any information to call 309-762-9500 or submit a web tip. Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to $2,500 and you can remain anonymous.

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Today is the 80th anniversary of Iowa\u2019s Nile Kinnick being presented the Heisman Trophy.

The only Hawkeye to receive college football\u2019s highest honor accepted the award on behalf of his teammates at a banquet during what he described in his acceptance speech as a \u201cfine trip\u2019\u2019 to New York City.

Today’s Hawkeye 10@10, your home for all things Iowa at Hawkmania.com, is all about the Iowa legend.

Here is today\u2019s Hawkeye 10@10:

1. The acceptance speech Nile Kinnick gave as he received the Heisman Trophy on Dec. 6, 1939 at the Downtown Athletic Club in New York City reflected both Kinnick\u2019s personality and the times in which they were delivered.

Combining college football and the war that was underway in Europe, Kinnick received a thunderous ovation following his speech.

\u201cI thank God I was born on the gridirons of the middle west and not on the battle fields of Europe,\u2019\u2019 Kinnick said, following with, \u201cI can say confidently and positively that football players in this country would rather fight for the Heisman award than the Croix de Guerre.\u2019\u2019

In addition to receiving the Heisman, Kinnick also was chosen as the recipient of the Walter Camp and Maxwell trophies that season as the nation\u2019s top player.

A consensus all-American, Kinnick also was selected as the most valuable player in the Big Ten in 1939.

2. The senior season Nile Kinnick enjoyed was Heisman worthy.

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The 5-foot-8, 170-pound senior had a part in 109 of the 130 points scored by Iowa\u2019s legendary Ironmen, throwing 11 touchdown passes and leading the nation that season with eight interceptions.

Kinnick\u2019s work included throwing a game-winning touchdown pass to Erwin Prasse on the final play of a 32-29 win over Indiana and running one yard off left tackle through a group of four Notre Dame defenders for the deciding score in a 7-6 win over Notre Dame.

He also threw two touchdown passes, including one in the final minutes to rally Iowa from a 9-0 deficit to beat Minnesota 13-9.

3. A 7-7 tie against Northwestern in the final game of the season cost Nile Kinnick and Iowa a chance to share the Big Ten championship that season.

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Heisman Trophy winner Nile Kinnick led the Hawkeyes to a 6-1-1 record in 1939 even though his coach, Eddie Anderson, said in the preseason not to expect much from the Hawkeyes in 1939.

Kinnick, who had played 402 consecutive minutes on both sides of the ball, exited the Northwestern game in the third quarter with a separated shoulder and the Hawkeyes settled for second place in the conference.

But, the win over Notre Dame helped Iowa finish ranked ninth nationally and ahead of Big Ten champ Ohio State.

4. The Ironmen team that was led by Kinnick produced one of the greatest turnaround stories in Iowa football history.

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The football that is believed have the signatures of more than two dozen members of the 1939 University of Iowa football team. The team, nicknamed the Ironmen, went 6-1-1 that year and featured Heisman Trophy winner Nile Kinnick as its star halfback. The football is now being kept in a lockbox at a West Des Moines bank.

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The Hawkeyes finished 1-7 in 1938 before first-year coach Eddie Anderson watched a team with limited depth craft a 6-1-1 season.

From his spots at halfback and in the defensive backfield, Kinnick averaged nearly 57 minutes per game for a team that earned its nickname because Anderson played no more than 18 players in any game that season.

In his Heisman speech, Kinnick credited Anderson with orchestrating the turnaround.

5. Nile Kinnick received 651 votes in balloting for the 1939 Heisman Trophy.

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Legendary Michigan running back and 1940 Heisman recipient Tom Harmon was second with 405 votes, edging Missouri Quarterback Paul Christman and his 391 votes. Tennessee running back George Cafego finished fourth in the voting with 296 votes.

Iowa has had two players finish as the runner-up in Heisman voting since, Chuck Long in 1985 and Brad Banks in 2002.

Iowa\u2019s football stadium, known as Iowa Stadium, was renamed in Kinnick\u2019s honor on Sept. 23, 1972 and the 12-foot bronze statue of his likeness has stood outside of the facility\u2019s south entrance since 2006.

The statue features Kinnick wearing a letter jacket with academic books in his arms and a helmet at his feet. It has become a tradition for Hawkeye players to touch the helmet as they enter the stadium.

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Fans and cheerleaders line up around a statue of Nile Kinnick before the team arrives before their game at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018.

6. Nile Kinnick was born on July 9, 1918 in Adel, Iowa, the son of Nile Kinnick Sr. and Frances Clarke Kinnick.

The eldest of three boys, his father played football at Iowa State for three years and worked as a farm manager.

His maternal grandfather, George W. Clarke, was once a governor of Iowa.

7. A star athlete at Adel High School, Nile Kinnick also played American Legion baseball where his roles included working as a catcher for future Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller.

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Autographed Nile Kinnick items are rare because he died so young and in high demand because he remains so admired by the faithful Iowa Hawkeyes fans. This Nile Kinnick football card is from the highly prized Topps All-American set of 1955.

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The Kinnick family moved to Omaha prior to his senior year of high school, where he played football and basketball at Benson High School.

After high school, Nile Kinnick tried out for the football team at Minnesota, a two-time national champ in the 1930s, but coach Bernie Bierman told him he had no room on the roster for the halfback.

8. Nile Kinnick was a multi-sport athlete at Iowa, participating in football, basketball and baseball as a freshman.

He dropped baseball after one year and left the basketball program after lettering in 1938 to concentrate on football and academics.

Elected as the senior class president, Kinnick was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the national scholastic honor society, and was a 3.4 student while earning a degree in commerce in 1940.

He was enrolled in the Iowa College of Law before enlisting in the United States Naval Air Corps Reserves in 1941.

9. NFL opportunities did exist for Nile Kinnick following the completion of his college career.

But, he turned down a $10,000 offer considered lucrative at the time to enter law school, with one eye on a potential political future.

Kinnick actively campaigned for Republican presidential candidate Wendell Willkie in 1940 and was a popular figure at Willkie\u2019s rallies.

10. Nile Kinnick reported for active duty in the United States Naval Air Corps Reserves on Dec. 4, 1941, three days before Pearl Harbor.

He died on June, 1943 when airplane he was piloting crashed into the Caribbean Sea off of the coast of Venezuela days after he had been deployed on the U.S.S. Lexington.

Shortly after leaving the carrier\u2019s deck on what was to be a routine training flight, the Grumman F-4 that Kinnick was piloting began to lose oil.

He executed an emergency landing into the waters of the Gulf of Paria, but by the time the Lexington rescue crew reached the plane\u2019s position 10 minutes after the crash, both Kinnick and his plane had vanished.

Photos: Scenes from a tour of the north end zone at Kinnick Stadium
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An economist told Quad-City business leaders Thursday morning that certain trends indicated a slowdown looming for the local economy and the region needs to diversify to protect itself.

Dr. Kenneth Kriz, author and distinguished professor at the University of Illinois, said there is a \u201csmall probability\u201d of a national recession, but there are indicators of a slowdown on the horizon. He pointed to issues in the manufacturing sector, which is affected by the ongoing trade war between the United States and China.

Kriz was the keynote speaker for the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce\u2019s annual economic forecast Thursday morning at Rhythm City Casino in Davenport. Paul Rumler, president and chief executive officer of the Chamber, said 250 people attended.

\u201cThe larger concern with the local economy is the overall structure being very heavily dependent on a couple of industries. Primary metal manufacturing \u2014 so your John Deere and your suppliers and things like that \u2014 has a disproportionate impact on the local economy,\u201d Kriz said.

\u201cThat\u2019s a sector that\u2019s not forecast to grow very strongly over the next 10 years, and so the concern would be there,\" Kriz said. \"It\u2019s like you\u2019re making a bet on a horse that we think isn\u2019t going to be as fast-moving forward into the future.\u201d

Rumler, however, pushed back a bit on that sentiment by saying manufacturing makes up about 20% of the local economy.

\"What he was saying is if net new jobs are important then the Quad-Cities should look over the long-term horizon to see how we can adjust to more job-creating industries,\" he said.

Employment statistics by industry projected through 2028, showed several local sectors with either slow growth, under 1% growth but in a positive direction, or a negative change, meaning contraction.

\u201cA lot of these industries are not particularly projected to generate a lot of jobs so that will be the longer-term concern because a lot of these industries are becoming more efficient, to be frank, and are able to produce output with not so many workers with a lot of innovations, which is great for the company \u2026 but in terms of generating jobs, it may be a bit of a concern,\u201d he said.

The impact of trade wars

While there is talk of a potential U.S.-China trade deal, at this point that is all it is \u2014 talk.

\u201cThey are now talking about a potential deal with China and having that be a model for new trade deals moving forward,\u201d Kriz said. \u201cThere\u2019s a negotiation now with the U.S.-Germany trade deal. That obviously has big implications for things like a lot of the heavy machinery industry.\"

Kris said it is difficult to forecast such negotiations because they are based on who is in the room negotiating.

But with ongoing trade wars, China, for example, has begun to get its soybeans from South American countries, such as Brazil, instead of from U.S. farmers.

\u201cIf the trade deal gets resolved, (businesses in China) will probably shift back because it\u2019s cheaper to ship from the U.S., quite frankly. So that will be the adjustment \u2026 if it goes on for a long time or becomes permanent, what happens there, but what happens to our other trade deals?\u201d Kriz said.

There has also been talk of tariffs with Vietnam, coupled with negotiations with Germany.

\u201cDo these things spread \u2026 if there\u2019s a spreading of this, then all bets are off and you could be talking about huge impacts,\u201d he said.

During a question-and-answer period, Kriz recommended retail storefronts have an online presence while maintaining a traditional brick-and-mortar store.

“People want to come out and experience things,\" he said. \"You can’t experience anything on Amazon.com so what we teach in economics is that the more people need to try something on or try out something, probably the better it is to be in a storefront, period, to give an experience to the consumer.\"

Overall, Rumler said this year's event, which was held in December ahead of the next year rather than in February, provided insight for business leaders from multiple sectors with a broader market analysis.

The Quad-City economy is \"growing and outpacing the regional and national economy. We're still going to be in a good position (in 2020) so it should give people confidence in their business and that there will be customers for their product,\" Rumler said.

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A Rock Island man has been sentenced to 50 years in federal prison after a jury convicted him of 15 federal counts that included stalking his former girlfriend, ramming her vehicle with a stolen truck and planting a pipe bomb near the hotel room where the woman and her new boyfriend were staying.

Chad Eric Mink, 45, was sentenced to 600 months in federal prison by U.S. District Judge John Jarvey after a hearing Thursday in U.S. District Court, Davenport.

In June, a federal jury convicted Mink on charges of interstate transportation of a stolen motor vehicle, two counts of stalking, two counts of interstate domestic violence, two counts of possession of unregistered destructive devices (pipe bombs), two counts of being a prohibited person in possession of explosives, fraudulent use of a means of identification of another person, malicious use of explosives, possession of a destructive device in furtherance of a crime of violence, carrying explosive materials during commission of a federal felony, tampering with a witness, and obstruction of official proceedings.

According to court documents, Mink and a woman were in a long-term relationship until sometime in 2013.

After they broke up, Mink began to harass her and her new boyfriend and used a stolen moving truck to ram a vehicle occupied by the couple.

In January 2016, Mink was sentenced to two years in federal prison on charges of conspiracy to transport and possess stolen goods and unlawful transport of stolen goods in a case in U.S. District Court, Rock Island, according to court documents. He was ordered to report to a federal prison in Milan, Michigan on Feb. 22, 2016.

The morning of Feb. 21, 2016, the day Mink left for Michigan to report to prison, a pipe bomb was found near the woman and her boyfriend\u2019s motel room at the Quad City Inn in Davenport.

Prosecutors say he possessed multiple pipe bombs and had planted a destructive device at Holy Family Cemetery in Davenport.

Mink also used the stolen identity of an Iowa paramedic to purchase items in connection with a stolen firearm.

On March 11, 2016, Mink placed a call from the federal prison in Michigan to his father in Illinois and directed him to retrieve an item of evidence, break it into pieces, and scatter the parts to different locations.

The call was recorded by the Bureau of Prisons.

On April 19, 2016, Mink wrote a letter to his father to \u201cmake the same thing happen at the same place while I\u2019m locked up,\u201d according to court documents.

Court records show he was indicted in November 2017. His trial began June 10, during which federal prosecutors presented more than 70 witnesses.

After he was found guilty, Mink was incarcerated in the Muscatine County Jail to await sentencing. While there, he attempted to contact a juror and engage in disruptive behavior undermining the security of the jail.

According to court documents, based on his behavior, jail staff reduced Mink\u2019s privileges and he was placed in solitary confinement.

Mink\u2019s criminal history was taken into account at sentencing. His convictions in Rock Island County include: burglary in 1991; arson, burglary and felon in possession of a firearm in 1994; burglary in 1997; and burglary in 2006. In total, he was sentenced to 16 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.

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A good Friday to all. A chilly and blustery day awaits us today. But fear not, warmer weather returns for the weekend.\u00a0But all that will change beginning Tuesday as high temps will plummet into the teens.

Here are the weather details from the National Weather Service.

\u00a01. Breezy and cooler today

\"NWS:
NWS: Summary

Today will be mostly cloudy gradually becoming sunny with a high near 38 degrees and a low around 24 degrees. North wind between 5 to 15 mph will gusts as high as 30 mph.

Saturday will be sunny with a high near 42 degrees and a low around 24 degrees.

Sunday will be cloudy with a high near 47 degrees and a low around 38 degrees with a 40% chance of rain before midnight.

\"NWS:
NWS: Cold

2. I-74 construction update for Moline, Bettendorf

\"Work\"
Work

Beginning today there will be lane closures on Mississippi Boulevard in Bettendorf, River Drive in Moline, and Illinois-bound I-74 in Moline.

Here are the details:

\u2022 Mississippi Boulevard: There will be a lane closure on Mississippi Boulevard between 8:45 a.m. and 2 p.m. to reconstruct the sidewalk. Drivers should watch for flaggers directing traffic.

\u2022 River Drive: There will be intermittent lane closures on River Drive between 19th and 23rd streets in Moline as contractors work on the overhead I-74 structure. The work is anticipated to be completed by the end of the day.

\u2022 Illinois-bound I-74: There will be lane closures on Illinois-bound I-74 between John Deere Road and Avenue of the Cities in Moline. Contractors will be working on the new I-74 lanes. The work is anticipated to be completed by the end of the day.

3. Rush-hour gunfire exchanged on busy Davenport street

\"Gunfire\"

Police were on the scene of reported gunfire at West Locust and Washington streets Thursday night.

In the middle of rush-hour traffic on one of Davenport\u2019s busiest streets, near two of the busiest businesses, gunfire was exchanged between two people Thursday evening.\u00a0

There were no resulting injuries, police said.\u00a0

The shooting occurred at 5:02 p.m. at Washington and West Locust streets, with one shooter standing near the corner of Washington and West Locust streets, by a Conoco gas station. The other shooter was across the street in the parking lot of Taco Bell.

Police found multiple casings of two different calibers at the scene. There were 9mm casings the spot where one person was shooting, and .380 caliber casings at the site where the other person was shooting.

One of the witnesses, a Davenport woman who asked to use just her first name, Amanda, was in her car with her husband. They were eastbound on West Locust Street in front of the Conoco station stopped at the red light.

Crying and scared, Amanda said that they were waiting at the light when, \u201cAll of a sudden my husband said, \u2018Honey do you hear that? Look there\u2019s a man standing in the road shooting.\u2019

\u201cThe man ran right in front of our car with the gun. He ran and started shooting again. He wasn\u2019t even a man. He looked like a kid, 18-20 years old.\u201d Read more.

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Heavy police presence on Washington Street, which is blocked, at Locust Street near Taco Bell, Davenport, after a report of gunfire. pic.twitter.com/DH4W5mbWER

\n\u2014 Linda Cook, reporter, Quad-City Times (@CookTimes) December 5, 2019
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4. Davenport man gets 20 years for child porn

\"Gavel
Gavel and cuffs

Christopher Lee Collins was sentenced to 20 years in prison for receiving and possessing child pornography.

United States District Court Chief Judge John A. Jarvey handed down the sentence, finding the 35-year-old Collins received child pornography and possessed obscene visual representations of the sexual abuse of children.

Collins was ordered to serve 10 years of supervised release to follow his prison term, pay $200 to the Crime Victims\u2019 Fund, and comply with the sex offender registry requirements upon release.

On July 22, 2019, Collins pleaded guilty to two child pornography offenses. The investigation of the Davenport man began in 2017, while Collins was on supervised release for a prior possession of child pornography conviction. Read more.

Related reading

\u2022 ICKES: Two Davenport downtown buildings took a bullet Sunday

\u2022 Rock Island man sentenced to 50 years in federal prison for stalking, planting a pipe bomb

\u2022 Man on work release facing robbery charge

5. Muscatine fires Gregg Mandsager as city administrator

\"council\"

Mayor Diana Broderson and council member Kelcey Brackett discuss ending city administrator Gregg Mandsager's contract during Thursday's meeting. The council voted 4-3 to terminate the contract.\u00a0

Muscatine City Council voted Thursday night to terminate city administrator Gregg Mandsager\u2019s contract, effective immediately.

The council voted to remove Mandsager from his position with a 4-3 vote. Council members Kelcey Brackett, Osmond Malcolm, Santos Saucedo and Nadine Brockert voted to end the contract. Mandsager was not present at the meeting, as he has been on medical leave. During the meeting, Brackett cited lack of confidence in Mandsager\u2019s ability to act as city administrator, saying there had been several times when Mandsager had been given directives by the council but continued doing the opposite. Read more.

6. Bobby Schilling's staffer invited far-right speaker to Bettendorf immigration forum

\"Fuentes

Nick Fuentes, left, appears with Michael Sisco. Sisco was a staffer with the Bobby Schilling campaign until Schilling fired him Tuesday over an old tweet.

A staffer for former Rep. Bobby Schilling coordinated the appearance of a far-right activist at a Bettendorf church this week, setting off a firestorm over race, identity and religion.\u00a0

Michael Sisco, who served for over a month as Schilling\u2019s ground-game coordinator, has since been fired. Sisco said no one, including Schilling, the church or the teenage organizers of the event, knew in advance that far-right persona\u00a0Nick Fuentes intended to speak. Billed as an\u00a0immigration forum, the meeting Monday at\u00a0Pleasant View Baptist Church was organized by the Scott County Teenage Republicans.

Fuentes marched in the\u00a0deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., and advocated for a \"monoculture\" and against diversity in his local remarks. Read more.

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Today's photo galleries

From our archives: Faces of Christmas Past

L-M, Wapello dancers are state runners-up

Louisa-Muscatine High School placed second in the Small School Props Division and Wapello earned a runner-up spot in Class I Novelty on Thursday at the Iowa State Dance and Drill Association Team Championships at Wells-Fargo Arena in Des Moines. Wapello also took third in Class V Poms and Louisa-Muscatine was fifth in Class VII Poms.

Louisa-Muscatine, Wapello dancers are state runners-up

Also North Cedar dancers won the state title in Novelty Division.

Photos: North Cedar dancers win state title in Novelty Division
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Louisa-Muscatine High School placed second in the Small School Props Division and Wapello earned a runner-up spot in Class I Novelty on Thursday at the Iowa State Dance and Drill Association Team Championships at Wells-Fargo Arena in Des Moines. Wapello also took third in Class V Poms and Louisa-Muscatine was fifth in Class VII Poms.

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Carton, Curtis Clark knew offense was going to be a challenge for his Bettendorf basketball team early in the season. \"We're really going to have to defend,\" Clark said. 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After graduating its top three scorers, including the state's co-Mr. Basketball in D.J. Carton, Curtis Clark knew offense was going to be a challenge for his Bettendorf basketball team early in the season.

\"We're really going to have to defend,\" Clark said.

The Bulldogs did that well for a half Thursday night.

Cedar Rapids Washington, held to just 12 points in the opening two quarters, flipped the switch after intermission to upend Bettendorf 49-38 in the season opener at Bettendorf High School.

Bettendorf shot just 33 percent from the field, missed 10 of its 14 free throw tries and turned the ball over eight times in the second half.

The struggles on offense impacted its defense.

\"I thought we were really good in the first half, but we didn't have the same sort of edge in our positioning on defense,\" Clark said. \"It was a long ways off compared to the first half. Instead of dictating where the offense was going, we were reacting to them.\"

The Bulldogs were short-handed.

Seniors Joe Byrne and Harrison Bey-Buie were out as was sophomore Tynan Numkena, all with injuries.

Clark doesn't think any of the three will miss significant time as they are nagging setbacks from football season.

\"In situations where we faced adversity, I think those guys would have calmed us down a little bit and given us better flow on offense and defense,\" Clark said.

Washington, coming off a 9-14 season, has a good mixture of experience and youth.

Seniors Campbell Mitvalsky and Jamar Thurmon each had a team-high 10 points while freshman Trai Sain chipped in eight points \u2014 including a 3-pointer that made it a three-possession cushion with less than 4 minutes remaining.

The Warriors outscored the Bulldogs 37-19 in the second half.

\"Our offense was just bothered in that first half,\" Washington coach Justin Decker said. \"(Bettendorf) is big and physical. We just told our guys to relax.

\"We played with more energy. If we can come on the road and win an ugly game like that with just our defense and energy, it is a good start.\"

Decker said the response from his team in the second half was a sign of growth.

\"We've been here before and we'd come in the locker room thinking it was over,\" Decker admitted. \"We didn't have that tonight. Beating a good program like Bettendorf, it gives us a reason to be excited.\"

Washington's 2-3 zone defense gave Bettendorf fits.

The Bulldogs were chilly from the perimeter (4 of 19) and committed several turnovers leading to transition baskets for the Warriors.

\"I've got to take some blame on that because we've probably spent 15 to 20 minutes working on a 2-3 zone this early in the season,\" Clark said. \"We're just not ready for that, especially at the guard position. We don't have a whole lot of experience with that.\"

Lucas Hayes led the Bulldogs with 12 points while Carter Furness had nine. Hayes took only six shots in the game.

\"We need him to be very assertive,\" Clark said. \"He's a three-year starter, and most of our offense is going to through Lucas. At times, he was good and at times he was too tentative.

\"It is like our whole team right now. They're trying to figure out their roles with the amount of key pieces we lost.\"

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A staffer for former Rep. Bobby Schilling coordinated the appearance of a far-right activist at a Bettendorf church this week, setting off a firestorm over race, identity and religion.\u00a0

Michael Sisco, who served for over a month as Schilling\u2019s ground-game coordinator, has since been fired. Sisco said no one, including Schilling, the church or the teenage organizers of the event, knew in advance that far-right persona\u00a0Nick Fuentes intended to speak. Billed as an\u00a0immigration forum, the meeting Monday at\u00a0Pleasant View Baptist Church was organized by the Scott County Teenage Republicans.

Fuentes marched in the\u00a0deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., and advocated for a \"monoculture\" and against diversity in his local remarks.\u00a0

On Thursday, Schilling called Fuentes an \u201cevil man.\u201d

\u201cNobody would have stayed in that church, nobody would have attended that event, had they known what a racist, white supremacist\u2014whatever he is,\u201d Schilling said.

Yet no one pushed back or disavowed Fuentes during a question-and-answer session that followed a 15-minute speech which included talk of the \u201cdrastic consequences\u201d of legal and illegal immigration to the U.S.

\u201cI think a lot about the fact that in the next 20-30 years white people will become a minority in America. Nobody likes to talk about that,\u201d Fuentes said. \u201cNumber one, the changes brought on by demographic change are real and they\u2019re not inconsequential. And, number two, if we really investigate, the differences are not good.\u201d

\u201cThe mantra we\u2019ve been pushed is that diversity is a strength,\u201d Fuentes added. \u201cI simply ask a question: how is that the case?...I can\u2019t look around at my suburb in southwest Chicago and in good conscience support a policy that\u2019s going to turn it into the South Side of Chicago, or the West Side of Chicago.\u201d

Fuentes closed his speech by plugging support for Trump\u2019s reelection. The audience then broke into a round of applause.

\u201cPeople were in shock,\" Schilling later said. \"[Fuentes] had a heavily veiled speech. He was covering it up.\u201d

Schilling pointed to a recent spike in far-right activists disrupting conservative and Republican events. He also alleged members of antifa, or militant left-wing activists, circulated stories online after the forum.

Sisco claims he and Dylan Wheeler, a right-wing Twitter personality, invited Fuentes as an unpaid speaker, unbeknownst to the others involved.\u00a0

Monday night's event featured speeches and question-and-answer sessions with \"angel families,\" family members of people killed by immigrants in the country illegally; Republicans candidates for Iowa's second congressional district seat, Schilling and Iowa Sen. Mariannette Miller-Meeks; and right-wing Twitter personalities, Fuentes, Wheeler and Scott Presler. There also was a voter registration drive.

Event details on Facebook promoted Wheeler and Scott Presler as speakers.

Schilling and Miller-Meeks distanced themselves from Fuentes the following day, tweeting they did not know who he was, nor that he was part of the evening's program.

That day, Schilling privately grilled Sisco about his connections to Fuentes, and Sisco denied any ties, according to both men. Schilling fired him hours later, after obtaining a screenshot of what he called \"racist\" Twitter activity from Sisco\u2019s now-deactivated account.

Sisco and Wheeler said Fuentes, who lives in the Chicago-area, was swapped in last-minute to replace Wheeler, who was removed from the church for heckling Miller-Meeks. Sisco called the heckling a pretext for Wheeler\u2019s removal from the program. Wheeler maintains he was not trying to get kicked out.

Fuentes was formally introduced by a member of the Teenage Republicans. Sisco said he wrote those introductory remarks.

The church's pastor and some forum attendees, including Schilling and Miller-Meeks, have since disavowed Fuentes.

\"His rhetoric is disgusting and I want in no way to be associated with him,\u201d Schilling tweeted. \u201cHis racist, anti-Semitic statements do not reflect my own views.\u201d

Sisco said he was upset Schilling\u2019s statement \u201cthrew Nick under the bus.\"

\u201cIt\u2019s not a personal betrayal,\u201d Sisco said. \u201cIt\u2019s a betrayal of [Schilling's]\u00a0principles, which is even more disappointing, to be honest.\u201d

Sisco defended Fuentes' comments, and Wheeler tweeted support for Fuentes.\u00a0

Fuentes has not responded to attempts to reach him for comment.\u00a0

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Moline coach Tracy Sant Amour said her team has struggled somewhat in the third quarter this year.

There wasn\u2019t much the Maroons did wrong in the third quarter of Thursday\u2019s 78-55 Western Big Six Conference victory over Sterling at Wharton Field House.

The Maroons used a 34-point third quarter to force a running clock in the dominant win, showing how high-powered their fast-paced offense can be when taking advantage of turnovers. Moline, which received votes in the initial Class 4A AP poll this week, improved to 8-0, 2-0 in the Big Six.

Trailing 37-26 at halftime, Sterling (2-3, 1-1 Big 6) struggled to find momentum in the game and finished with 27 turnovers.

Sant Amour said constant effort fueled the win and helped break open a levee of scoring after the break.

\u201cA lot of our offense comes from our defense, because we are super aggressive,\u201d Sant Amour said. \u201cIf we can get a steal, they\u2019ve got the green light to get to the rim.\u201d

Bralee Trice led Moline with 17 points, scoring 11 of them in the 34-15 third-quarter run. The cushion allowed Moline to rely on the bench in the fourth quarter.

\u201cI think our communication on defense, and we didn\u2019t let up,\u201d Trice said of the dominant third frame. \u201cWe kept hammering them and kept our energy up.\u201d

Caroline Hazen took advantage of Moline\u2019s press, forcing steals and finishing easy fast-break layups. She had 13 points on 6-of-8 shooting.

Sant Amour noted the importance of the team not being satisfied with a halftime lead. Her team shot 13-of-21 from the field and 5-of-7 from deep in the third quarter.

\u201cEverybody is going to come at you,\u201d she said. \u201cYou have to give it your all.\u201d

Kadence Tatum was 3-of-6 from the 3-point line and scored 16 points, all in the middle quarters. She hit both of her attempts from 3 and scored eight points in the third. The sophomore said she bounced back after an \u201coff\u201d shot in warm-ups and early on.

\u201cAt the beginning of the season, we weren\u2019t really strong coming out after half, we let them come back,\u201d Tatum said. \u201cWe learned we have to come out with the intensity like the game is just now starting.\u201d

Brooklyn Borum led Sterling with 19 points on 7-of-11 shooting and 11 rebounds; Hailey Walters (3-8 3s) scored 13 points and Breelyn Borum had 11 for the Golden Warriors.

Sant Amour came back to how defensive activity provides transition baskets as a reward\u00a0\u2014 a recurring theme in the win.

\"If you get a steal, if you get that rebound \u2026 it\u2019s your payment,\u201d she said. \u201cI think that has given all of the girls confidence.\u201d

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GALESBURG\u00a0\u2014 For the first few games of this season, the Rock Island girls basketball team did not have anything to hang their hat on.

That has changed.

A suffocating defense kept Galesburg from ever getting into a rhythm as the Rocks rolled to a 53-39 Western Big Six Conference victory at John Thiel Gym on Thursday evening.

The Rocks (6-3, 1-1 WB6) held the Silver Streaks to 15 of 55 shooting from the field, three of those baskets coming in the closing minutes with the reserves in for both teams.

\"We knew we were going to be a work in progress from the start,\" RI coach Henry Hall said. \"We needed to find our niche, and I think we are getting there\u00a0\u2014 our defense.

\"We played great defense and we came into a very tough place to play with a great atmosphere and stood up to it all the way. We told our girls they would have some runs and make some shots, but we had to withstand that.\"

The Rocks did exactly that. Twice in the first half the Streaks hit 3-pointers that tied the game and had the home crowd rocking the gym. Twice the Rocks came back with an answer, the second a 9-0 run that put the Rocks ahead 23-14 and they never looked back.

The key to the run was the RI offense understanding that Galesburg's inside players could not stop senior Hannah Simmer. She scored almost at will in the paint, finishing with a double-double of 21 points and 11 rebounds.

\"Right now, we are just executing better than we did when we started 0-3,\" Simmer said. \"It's mostly that we understand each other better now. You could tell everyone was comfortable with the ball. It was a great atmosphere and I love playing in that.

\"I felt good from the start, and when I scored inside early I knew it was going to be a good night for me. For sure, our defense comes first and we were good in this one.\"

That defense started by shutting down Galesburg (4-3, 0-2)\u00a0standout Riley Jenkins, who finished with eight points and got off just five shots.

\"Jenkins is the head of the snake and if she gets going, they get going,\" Hall said. \"We wanted to not let her get started and we did that as a team.\"

Added Simmer, \"We knew we had to know where No. 3 was all the time, but we also knew we had to stop everyone. We did everything well except that stretch in the first quarter when they were getting every rebound. Coach yelled at us after the quarter to block out and stop tipping the ball.\"

The Rocks wound up out-rebounding the Streaks 40-29 with Simmer getting help from Jamyah Winter (seven rebounds), Emily Allison (six) and Brooklynn Larson (five).

Larson added 12 points and Winter 10 on a night when the Rocks had 15 assists (eight by Imari McDuffy) on 22 made baskets.

\"We are really sharing the ball well,\" Hall said. \"I think they got that from having Brea (Beal) as the go-to player. Now, we can go to anyone and our passing was good.\"

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Wrestling

PV sweeps triangular: Four Spartan wrestlers won two contested matches as Pleasant Valley swept Burlington, 61-13, and Davenport Central, 62-18, in a Mississippi Valley Conference triangular Thursday.

Pleasant Valley dropped three matches in both duals.

Central edged host Burlington in the third dual 36-35, getting pins from Callum Swanson at 170 pounds and Isaac Penzol at 182 pounds to rally for the win. Marcos Martinez at 285 pounds and Nathan Canfield at 120 pounds picked up a pair of pins for the Blue Devils on the night.

But it was the Spartans who emerged unbeaten in the triangular, as Izaak Swanson (126), Ryan Kammerer (170), T.J. Brown (182) and Aiden Kilstrom (220) each picked up two contested wins, with Brown and Kilstrom registering both by pin.

North Scott opens with pair of MAC wins: North Scott opened its Mississippi Athletic Conference season with a pair of victories at its home triangular with Muscatine, 57-9, and Clinton, 62-12, Thursday.

Clinton topped Muscatine 45-33 to earn a split on the night.

North Scott dropped just five total matches, and six Lancers earned two contested wins: Josh Connor (132), Trenten Doty (138), Deven Strief (145), Nate Link (152), Joey Petersen (195) and Carson McCaughey (285). McCaughey won both of his matches by pin.

Hunter Randall picked up two pins on the night for Clinton at 220 pounds, and Kale Anderson also won both of his bouts at 120 pounds for the River Kings.

Tim Nimely (182 pounds) and Cedric Castillo (160) each got two wins for Muscatine, with Castillo pinning both of his opponents.

Pins lift Assumption past Washington: Led by three pins in the 170-, 182- and 195-pound weight classes, Assumption topped Washington in a dual Thursday.

Logan Schimanski (170), John Argo (182) and Aiden Morgan (195) got Assumption off to a dominant start, and Derrick Bass added a pin at 106 for the Knights. Combined the four pins took less than 3:30.

West sweeps triangular: Strength in the lower weights helped propel Davenport West to a triangular sweep Thursday.

West beat Mercer County 46-31 and Louisa-Muscatine 54-28.

Kelton Younberg picked up two pins at 126 pounds for the Falcons, and Aydin Nicklaus (106) and Travis Hodges (113) each picked up a quick pin against Mercer County and a forfeit win against Louisa-Muscatine.

Clayton Broderson also picked up two wins for West at 220 pounds.

Louisa-Muscatine fell to Mercer County 54-30 in their dual.\u00a0

Girls basketball

Quincy 68, United Township 51: A first half lead wasn't enough for the United Township girls basketball team, as turnovers and shooting woes cost the Panthers in a loss to Quincy.

The Panthers had 20 turnovers in the game and went 18-of-50 from the field. UT went into the halftime break up 24-21, but the Blue Devils outscored United Township 20-6 in the third quarter and held the lead for the rest of the game.

Davianna Morgan led the team with 16 points on 6-of-13 shooting, but fouled out in the fourth quarter. Jasmine Bell was also sidelined for most of the game with foul trouble before eventually fouling out with just three points on 1-of-6 shooting.

Geneseo 60, Alleman 26: The Leafs, undefeated and ranked 10th in Class 3A, took apart the host Pioneers in precision-like fashion Thursday, winning for the seventh time in the young season and moving to 2-0 in the Western Big Six.

Geneseo scored the first 11 points of the game and never looked back, defeating Alleman 60-26.

On the night Geneseo was led by Ludwig with 18 points and four rebounds, and sophomore guard Alisande Rapps with nine points, two steals and two assists. The young Pioneers were paced by senior guard Samantha Coleman with 12 points and three rebounds, and junior post player Caroline Adam with seven rebounds.

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Women's basketball

Black Hawk 87, Rock Valley 74:\u00a0The Braves used a 27-point third quarter to propel themselves to an upset of fifth-ranked Rock Valley Thursday.

Black Hawk had five players in double figures in scoring, led by Megan Teal, who posted a double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Black Hawk grabbed 21 offensive rebounds on the night as nine Braves had at least two boards.

Nya Taylor added 18 points, and Letecia Billups (14), Jadyn King (13) and Sydney Hannam (12) also cracked double figures for the Braves.

Hannah Malcomson led Rock Valley with 23 points.

Iowa State 75, Alabama 66: The Cyclones' defense held the Crimson Tide to just nine points in the second quarter to help pull away for the Big 12/SEC Challenge win.

Kristin Scott scored 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Iowa State (6-1). Rae Johnson added 17 points and a game-high eight assists for the Cyclones.

Ines Nezerwa chipped in 13 points and eight rebounds and Ashley Joens added 12 points on a night when the Cyclone starters scored 65 of the team's 75 points.

Jordan Lewis led Alabama (5-3) with 20 points.

North Carolina 85, Illinois 60: The Tar Heels scored the final 12 points of the first quarter to grab an 18-point lead and the Illini could never work their way back into the game Thursday.

Brandi Beasley led the Illini with 13 points, including going 3-6 from 3-point range, and Cierra Rice made all three of her 3-point tries to finish with nine points. The Illini (6-2) went 9-17 from 3-point range but went just 13-45 on 2-pointers in the loss.

Kennedi Myles also filled the box score for the Illini, grabbing a team-high eight rebounds to go with six steals and two blocks.

Taylor Koenen led North Carolina with a double-double of 23 points and 11 rebounds.

Men's basketball

Rock Valley 81, Black Hawk 48: Terry Ford scored 22 points, but it wasn't enough as the Braves fell to Rock Valley on Thursday.\u00a0

Rock Valley jumped out quickly, leading 42-19 at halftime.

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ROCK ISLAND -- It was the perfect, crisp, sky-blue day for demolition.\u00a0

A small crowd had gathered at the corner of 9th Street and 5th Avenue at Lincoln Homes. Former residents, developers, bankers and members of the media waited for the large claw of an excavator to tear into one of the brick two-story apartment buildings.\u00a0

Valley Construction Demolition Supervisor Cassie Steffen sat in the excavator parked next to the building, ready to begin. But MidAmerican Energy had not turned off the gas and electricity running to the buildings in time for the event, stalling demolition.

Lincoln Homes, the former low-income, public-housing complex at 9th Street and 5th Avenue, was home to generations of mostly minority families in Rock Island's Old Chicago neighborhood. The six buildings housed 44 apartments, with an estimated 900 to 1,000 families living in the projects since their construction in 1953.

The housing project will be replaced by Lincoln Residences; a 46 duplex and single-family home neighborhood that will cost $13 million and take up to two years to complete.\u00a0

Rock Island-based Community Home Partners secured funding for the teardown and redevelopment of the project, meant to provide affordable housing again for the community.\u00a0

Community Home Partners CEO Barbara Anderson said\u00a0the remaining 37 families were moved out in June to prepare for demolition.\u00a0

\"We're here today to say goodbye to Lincoln Homes,\" Anderson told the crowd. \"Lincoln Homes has served our community well. We are looking forward to the creation of Lincoln Residences. Demolition should be completed by the end of winter. Construction will begin next spring on the 46 new homes.

\"It will be really lovely,\" Anderson said. \"The homes will have large windows, granite countertops, vinyl plank floors and energy-efficient appliances. We'll target working families.\"

Anderson said Lincoln Homes residents displaced by demolition will have first-return rights to move back into one of the new units upon completion.\u00a0

Former resident John Shepherd lived in the housing project from 1968 to 1980.

\"We knew practically everybody in Lincoln Homes,\" he said. \"We were all best friends. There were some good memories here. We knew it was about time and the apartments were going to come down. They're old.\"

Although construction began in 1953, Anderson said Lincoln Homes was originally built to house families returning from World War II.

But what will finish as a redeveloped neighborhood originally began as a segregated one.\u00a0

A photo from the Rock Island Argus in Nov. 1953 showed homes about to be razed in order for Lincoln Homes to be built. The caption reads, \"The housing project, intended for colored people, replaces those shown in the photo that were occupied by colored residents. The dwellings were declared substandard and were razed.\"

\"Minority families could not live anywhere else at that period of time in the 1950s and 1960s,\" former resident Barbara Terry said. \"This was the only place they could live. It was all based on segregation.\"

Terry, 66, said her parents and six siblings were among the first residents to settle in Lincoln Homes. The family moved away when Terry's parents bought a house nearby while she was in middle school.\u00a0

Favorite childhood memories include building snowmen during the winter with neighborhood friends. Terry pulled up an old photo on her phone showing herself and some siblings with a snowman.\u00a0

\"Basically, the story is that the people who came from this environment were able to get past the hurdles and make something of their lives,\" she said. \"Even though it was a hurdle for our parents, we were able to fight that battle.

\"My concern is, what is happening with low-income housing? Are we creating a population of homeless people? How are these private developers going to offer residents the benefits of low-income housing? It's going on in every city.\"

Prior to news of the gas and electricity not being shut off, the claw of the excavator had already taken a swipe through the corner of one building, leaving a gaping hole. Red bricks knocked loose to the ground laid in a pile. Terry and other residents each grabbed a brick for themselves as keepsakes.\u00a0

Shellie Moore Guy, 65, lived in Lincoln Homes for nine years, until she was in fifth grade. She and former resident Johnnie Woods fondly recalled memories of block parties, tables of food, hula hoop competitions and other games as they excitedly talked over each other.

\"We had relay races up and down the street,\" Guy said. \"We played circle ball.\"

\"And the double Dutch (jump rope). We were big on that,\" Woods added.\u00a0

\"We want to do a reunion; we want to bring people back,\" Terry said. \"This was a very viable community at one time. It was a very self-sustaining community. We made good friends for the rest of our lives.

\"It was a village that raised us.\"

Lincoln Homes Demolition
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In the middle of rush-hour traffic on one of Davenport\u2019s busiest streets, near two of the busiest businesses, gunfire was exchanged between two people Thursday evening.\u00a0

There were no resulting injuries, police said.\u00a0

The shooting occurred at 5:02 p.m. at Washington and West Locust streets, with one shooter standing near the corner of Washington and West Locust streets, by a Conoco gas station. The other shooter was across the street in the parking lot of Taco Bell.

Police found multiple casings of two different calibers at the scene. There were 9mm casings the spot where one person was shooting, and .380 caliber casings at the site where the other person was shooting.

One of the witnesses, a Davenport woman who asked to use just her first name, Amanda, was in her car with her husband. They were eastbound on West Locust Street in front of the Conoco station stopped at the red light.

Crying and scared, Amanda said that they were waiting at the light when, \u201cAll of a sudden my husband said, \u2018Honey do you hear that? Look there\u2019s a man standing in the road shooting.\u2019

\u201cThe man ran right in front of our car with the gun. He ran and started shooting again. He wasn\u2019t even a man. He looked like a kid, 18-20 years old.\u201d

The man eventually ran away, and the shooter across the street ran to a car that sped away.

The Iowa State Patrol assisted Davenport police at the scene.\u00a0

Police had Washington Street at West Locust Street closed for more than an hour as they talked with witnesses. Several businesses in the area have surveillance cameras.

Police ask anyone with information to call 563-326-6125 or leave an anonymous tip via \u201cCityConnect Davenport, IA,\u201d or \u201cCrimeReports by Motorola.\u201d

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Heavy police presence on Washington Street, which is blocked, at Locust Street near Taco Bell, Davenport, after a report of gunfire. pic.twitter.com/DH4W5mbWER

\n\u2014 Linda Cook, reporter, Quad-City Times (@CookTimes) December 5, 2019
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A new change to the Supplemental Nutrition Program will affect many Quad-Citians.\u00a0

On Wednesday, the Trump administration formalized a change that would limit states' ability to exempt work-eligible adults from needing to maintain steady employment to receive benefits.

The change, one of three that are set to come to SNAP, would limit states from issuing waivers unless a resident is in a city or county where the unemployment rate of 6% or higher. Those waivers would be good for one year and must be approved by the governor.

\u201cWe want to encourage people by giving them a helping hand, but not an infinitely giving hand,\u201d U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said Wednesday.

In Scott County, 11,912 households use some sort of food assistance according to data from the Iowa Department of Health and Human Services. That translates to 24,431 individuals, an allotment of $2,889,508.

According to Iowa Workforce Development data, Scott County had an unemployment rate of 3.3% in 2018.

As of April 2019, the last available data for Rock Island County, 10,752 households use SNAP benefits. That translates to 23,103 individuals. The county's unemployment rate hasn't hit 6% in a single month since last February.\u00a0

Around 1.7 million residents use SNAP benefits in Illinois.\u00a0

\"Nationally, it's almost 700,000 people who are going to have food taken off the table, so we will experience that and that's a concern,\" River Bend Food Bank CEO Mike Miller said Thursday.

Miller noted that for every one meal provided by food banks, SNAP provides nine. \"So when you take that many meals off the snap rolls, where are they going to go? That will put a heavy burden on food banks due to that proportionality.\"

\"Our administration has adamantly opposed the federal rule change to SNAP policy that would require work requirements from approximately 140,000 low-income individuals in Illinois and hundreds of thousands more across the country,\" the Illinois Department of Human Services said in a statement. \"Many SNAP participants face serious barriers to employment, such as mental illnesses, substance use disorders, justice involvement and significant physical limitations, and would not be able to immediately meet the work requirements.\"

IDHS says they've been working to appropriately exempt individuals with serious barriers so they do not need to meet the work requirements. \"However, we also recognize that some of our customers can and want to work. To that end, IDHS has also engaged in a robust effort to prepare for this rule change so we can help as many SNAP participants as possible find employment and training that would meet the work requirement.\"

The change is expected to go into effect in April.

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For Davenport West, perseverance paid off Tuesday night.

The Falcons grabbed a 51-35 win over Clinton, their first victory since Dec. 9, 2016, snapping a 60-game losing streak in the process.

\"It felt so good. I felt so relieved because I'd been working up to this, all my teammates had been working up to this,\" senior Jessie Chalupa said. \"We have more ahead of us, and I plan to get more wins, but this one felt like it needed to happen.\"

During that losing streak, the Falcons were blitzed, bullied and battered. Two years ago, West only averaged 12.3 points per game and\u00a0its average margin of defeat was 51.7 points, including an 80-3 loss to Assumption.

It would have been easy for players to quit, and though some did, others, like Chalupa, let it drive them to get better.

\"After the Assumption game, that was really a turning point, it kind of hit a low spot there,\" Chalupa said. \"But I was like, I still have two more years, two more seasons, so that made me want to work harder and make it better.\"

When head coach Pat Finn took over the program late that season, it was clear he had a lot of work to do. Fundamentals were lacking and morale was struggling.

Finn employed a ground-up approach, working to improve his team's offensive abilities bit by bit and knowing the team's heart and hustle would lead it defensively.

\"Because I've spent a lot of time personally with the younger ages, I've got kids I worked with when they were young. ... Rather than water down drills, I've taken elementary drills and stepped them up,\" Finn said. \"I wasn't sure I could, but there's a saying out there: 'To succeed you've just got to keep trying.' It takes a lot of patience, it takes a lot of persistence, it takes a lot of progress.\"

Perhaps more valuable than the fundamentals was Finn's faith in his players, that they would eventually reap the rewards of their hard work.

\"He knows we're better than everyone sees us. He believed in us and knew we could do better, and he pushes us to do more,\" junior Ashlyn Utterback said. \"It just keeps us going, keeps us motivated, knowing that even though many people don't believe in us, we have a coach who strongly believes in us.\"\u00a0

Though the wins didn't come last year, it was clear progress was being made. Last season, West averaged 23.4 points, and though it lost its games by an average of 39.7 points, there were flashes of potential, including a 33-27 late-season loss to Muscatine in which the Falcons had the game tied with two minutes remaining.

\"Other teams look at us like, 'Oh, it's just West, we're not good,'\" Chalupa said. \"But if you're not in the program or not watching us all the time, you don't see the little things, like where someone used to make really bad passes. You look at them now and they're blowing us out of the water with their progression.\"

Still, with 59 straight losses entering this season, why stick with it?

\"I saw something in my teammates and I knew that in a few years, we're going to get it together,\" Utterback said. \"We can get past this losing streak, and we did. That's why I stuck with it. I knew we were better than how we performed.\"

There's still work to be done, but now it feels like the Falcons are coming out of the canyon. There are just four seniors on the team and its top two scorers are both sophomores, including Kaitlyn Powell, who is averaging 16.0 points per game.

The Falcons understand that wins may still be hard to come by, but they now have proof their hard work is worth it.

\"I think the program is going to keep going up. Even if we have another fallback, we're going to get right back on the right track quickly,\" Powell said. \"I have some big goals for my upperclassmen years. Try to have a .500 season maybe, keep going up and striving forward.\"

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TV: FS1 Radio: WOC (1420 AM), WMT (600 AM) STORYLINES\u2022 Iowa claimed a 68-54 victory at Syracuse on Tuesday night despite having only eight scholarship players in uniform. 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IOWA AT MICHIGAN

When: 5:30 p.m.

Where: Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, Mich.

TV: FS1

Radio: WOC (1420 AM), WMT (600 AM)

STORYLINES

\u2022 Iowa claimed a 68-54 victory at Syracuse on Tuesday night despite having only eight scholarship players in uniform. Big Ten scoring leader Luka Garza collected 23 points and nine rebounds with Jordan Bohannon adding 17 points and Joe Wieskamp contributing 13 points, nine rebounds, four assists and three steals.

\u2022 Michigan, under first-year coach Juwan Howard, won its first seven games, including victories over a pair of top-10 teams \u2014 North Carolina and Gonzaga \u2014 to rise to No. 4 in national rankings. The Wolverines then suffered a 58-43 loss to No. 1 Louisville on Tuesday despite 18 points and 10 rebounds from Jon Teske. Senior Zavier Simpson is second in the country in assists at 8.9 per game.

\u2022 Iowa\u2019s most impressive victory last season was a 74-59 victory over then-No. 5 Michigan on Feb. 1. Garza led the way with 19 points in that win with Ryan Kriener grabbing a career-high 10 rebounds.

PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS

Iowa (6-2)

Joe Wieskamp;6-6;so.;11.1

Luka Garza;6-11;jr.;20.0

CJ Fredrick;6-3;fr.;11.1

Jordan Bohannon;6-1;sr.;9.7

Connor McCaffery;6-5;so.;7.1

Michigan (7-1)

Franz Wagner;6-9;fr.;6.0

Isaiah Livers;6-7;jr.;15.3

Jon Teske;7-1;sr.;13.9

Eli Brooks;6-1;jr.;11.5

Zavier Simpson;6-0;sr.;11.9

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Several new developments are emerging in the downtown Davenport shooting that resulted from a bar-brawl-turned-street-fight.

First, Davenport Police confirm the bullet that was fired during the melee outside Shenanigan's early Sunday not only tore through a window at the neighboring Mac's Tavern but likely first struck a glass door at Dorothea Apartments, also on W. 3rd Street.

Preliminary results of the investigation suggest the shot was fired from the ground level of the parking ramp at 3rd and Harrison, traveled west down the sidewalk, then struck the apartment building, ricocheted off a wall and continued through the window at Mac's \u2014 just inches from striking patrons inside.

Police say the fight started inside Shenanigan's, 303 W. 3rd St., and continued outside, where cops used pepper spray to try to control the combative crowd.

We've also learned that 183 complaints have been leveled this week against Shenanigan's through the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division Bureau, which is the state's leading authority on liquor licenses. The complaints have been pouring in through the agency's website since city officials urged the public to get involved.

\"This was on our radar,\" Alcohol Beverages spokesman Tyler Ackerson said of Sunday's shooting. \"We launched an investigation before we received the complaints.\"

The agency is working with the Davenport Police Department to sort out what happened and its administrator, Stephen Larson, said the Shenanigan's investigation is a priority for his office.

Some of the complaints from Davenport will be part of the investigation, agency officials said. When it concludes, a report will be used to decide whether the state will take action against the license holder, bar owner Burton \"Don\" Davison.

The state could do nothing, but it has the authority to decline the dance club's upcoming license renewal, suspend the license or revoke it. The city has less authority. While various city councils have made several attempts to shut down Shenanigan's, the city's legal team has failed to supply the state with enough evidence to prove the tavern was in specific violation of state law.

City officials have blamed the state for failing to uphold their efforts, but three separate administrative law judges have rejected Davenport's advances. Without evidence to show the threshold has been met to merit an all-out demise of a business, the state's hands were tied.

Another perspective has emerged.

While the city and neighboring businesses have responded to the shooting with justified outrage, others have seen it as an opportunity to support their racist views. On social media especially, some have pointed to a high percentage of black patrons at Shenanigan's as the root of its problems.

Videos from the melee prove otherwise, showing multiple races involved and several people of color trying to intervene in the thuggery.

However, not even an angry mayor was as hard on those involved as a longtime DJ from the club, Dominique Blanks.

Following is a portion of one of Blank's Facebook posts, which appears online in all-capital letters:

\"When the (expletive) are we as black people gonna start looking in the mirror and saying we gotta do better? ... And now Shenanigan's is back in trouble all because (expletive) choose to handle they street beefs in the club.

\"Stop getting mad at what people saying and look in the (expletive) mirror and be responsible for your actions.\"

Appreciative of the sentiment, I reached out to Blanks. He wrote this reply: \"I\u2019m just gonna say this: The night that all this happened, on top of the regular security staff, there were three extra security guards added, because we knew it would be busy.

\"There\u2019s a ban list that\u2019s a page long. Attempts are being made, but it\u2019s not the bar's fault why this is happening. It\u2019s the people who choose to come in the bar and start (expletive) instead of come out and have a good time.\"

Those complaining, Blanks suggested, could help make changes, rather than writing off a popular nightclub because of the actions of a few.

While I respect Blanks' well-informed view, there is room to quarrel.

For instance, he acknowledged in additional posts that customers who have been banned for certain conduct frequently are permitted back into Shenanigan's. That's terrible policy.

Secondly, past conduct cannot be ignored. Guns, knives, violence and an exceedingly high number of police calls have marred the tavern's reputation for years. The owner could have done more, including adding a metal detector and off-duty police officers while enforcing his own banning policies.

In other words, the blame for these acts of violence do not belong to the entire community of young people who frequent Shenanigan's. Most of them in the video were not fighting, and you can bet they were terrified to hear that gunshot ring out.

So, what happens if Sunday's shooting was the final straw? What happens if the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division decides it's had a bellyful of Shenanigan's and pulls the license?

Hundreds of young people go there each week to dance, drink and socialize. The music and culture are different there than at other downtown bars. I'm told some patrons (black and white) demand \"gang rap,\" for instance, which leads to some of the problems.

The scene at Shenanigan's is specific, in other words. It's had nights with big problems and nights with no problems.

But what happens if it goes away?

Where do the troublemakers and the non-troublemakers go? And, when the troublemakers move along, whose problem do they become next?

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IOWA CITY \u2014 Back in the 1950s, the Iowa basketball program had a team so accomplished that it came to be known as the Fabulous Five.

The current team has yet to achieve anything comparable, but if things keep going the way they have been lately, some may begin calling it the Fabulous Few.

With a third of their scholarship players sidelined by some sort of physical malady, the Hawkeyes have managed to do just fine through perhaps the most demanding stretch of their schedule, winning two of the past three games against formidable competition.

Things don\u2019t get any easier Friday night when they travel to open the Big Ten season on the road against No. 4-ranked Michigan.

Iowa coach Fran McCaffery admitted Thursday he\u2019s not entirely sure how many players will be available when the Hawkeyes (6-2) walk into Crisler Arena for the 5:30 p.m. game, but he is confident that whoever he puts out there will deliver.

\"The guys have stayed together and embraced the opportunity that some guys have got to play more,\" McCaffery said. \"'OK, I'll play more. I can do more.\u2019 They're confident in themselves. Players are confident in each other.\"

Even with the shortage of manpower, the Hawkeyes defeated defending national runner-up Texas Tech last week and won a tough road game at Syracuse on Tuesday. They used only eight players at Syracuse \u2014 possibly a record low in the McCaffery era \u2014 and four of those players logged 36 or 37 minutes in the contest.

The Hawkeyes already were without forward Jack Nunge, who is sidelined for the remainder of the season with a torn ACL, and Patrick McCaffery, who is dealing with residual issues from his 2014 battle with cancer. Then, starting guard CJ Fredrick missed the game at Syracuse with a quad injury and Cordell Pemsl did not play because of a bad back.

McCaffery seemed skeptical about the status of either of those players for Michigan. Neither practiced Wednesday.

Fredrick, who said he had trouble walking to his car when the team returned from Las Vegas last week, said he was feeling better Thursday and thought he would be ready for Friday.

\"That\u2019s the goal,\" he said.

Even the four players who played nearly every minute at Syracuse are showing signs of wear and tear.

Connor McCaffery still has a large cut on his forehead from Iowa\u2019s loss to DePaul. Luka Garza has four stitches in his lip from an elbow he took against Texas Tech. Joe Wieskamp played the past few games while battling an illness. And Jordan Bohannon seldom practices these days as he recovers from off-season hip surgery.

But those players insist that, if anything, the short bench has had a galvanizing effect.

\"Obviously, we\u2019ve had a lot of adversity here early on, but I think moving forward \u2026 I think that\u2019s going to help people be more comfortable with everything,\" Connor McCaffery said.

Wieskamp admitted it was a bit of a shock to learn just before tip-off Tuesday that Fredrick and Pemsl would not play.

\"We\u2019ve battled a lot of adversity, but it\u2019s kind of how you respond to that that shows how tough you are,\" he said. \"I think we did a really good job of responding to that. \u2026 We took that adversity and it was next man up. I think everyone did a great job just stepping up and doing everything they could.\"

In Michigan (7-1), the Hawkeyes will be facing a team that vaulted from being unranked to No. 4 in the Associated Press poll after winning the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament last week. Fran McCaffery said it was \"impressive\" that the Wolverines were able to win on three consecutive days against Iowa State and a pair of top-10 teams, North Carolina and Gonzaga.

The Wolverines subsequently lost to No. 1-ranked Louisville on Tuesday but, in their first season under new coach Juwan Howard, they still have some of the players who were stalwarts under the departed John Beilein.

They change defenses a little more frequently now, but they still do many of the same things offensively. And they still have point guard Zavier Simpson, who is second in the nation in assists.

\"I think he plays with tremendous confidence and he's very talented, got great vision,\" McCaffery said of Simpson. \"He's versatile, but he really plays with a tremendous amount of confidence in himself, in his teammates. And his coach, whether it's John Beilein or Juwan Howard, he's out there competing.\"

The Wolverines also still have 7-foot-1 Jon Teske, who should present a major challenge for the 6-11 Garza, who leads the Big Ten in scoring.

\"He\u2019s an excellent player,\" Garza said. \"He\u2019s very big and strong, can shoot the ball, and now they\u2019re including him more in the post-ups than they have before. \u2026 He\u2019s just always a really tough guard because of his size but now he\u2019s added a lot to his game.\"

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BROOKINGS, S.D. \u2014 There are more than a few things that trickle through University of Northern Iowa senior safety Christian Jegen's mind when he thinks about the Panthers' first meeting with South Dakota State.

The trick play that allowed a receiver to get behind UNI's defense and set up the Jacks' first touchdown is among the first.

And, Jegen is still a bit miffed at himself that as senior he didn't help pick the Panther defense up when adversity set in during the fourth quarter as SDSU outscored UNI, 21-0, en route to a 38-7 victory.

\"For me it was myself and the defense,\" Jegen said. \"We kind of crumbled in the fourth quarter when adversity took over and kind of gave up. I haven't forgot that.\"

Jegen said he and the defense want to prove it's better than what it showed in that loss.

If how UNI and Jegen, in particular, have played defensively in last two games since that defeat is a strong indicator, the Panthers are putting everything on the line for this second-round FCS Playoff game.

\"We want to prove we are a great team,\" Jegen said. \"I think we know what type of team we are when we are executing the way we should.\"

Jegen, the Shawnee Mission, Kansas, native, has saved his best play for last. He ranks second on UNI this season with 98 tackles, and his interception along with 52-yard return and then forced fumble, both coming in the fourth quarter, helped seal the Panthers' first-round win over San Diego on Saturday.

\"Christian has really become a good safety for us,\" Farley said. \"The checks and the decisions he\u2019s making on the field are just as important as the plays he\u2019s making.\"

Offense was on Jegen's mind after he signed with the Panthers.

He was the 2015 Kansas Gatorade Player of the Year and was awarded the Otis Taylor Award, which is given to the top wide receiver in the Kansas City metro area.

And so Jegen began his career at UNI as a receiver, making seven catches for 136 yards as a redshirt freshman in 2016. He switched to running back as a sophomore and carried the ball 52 times for 165 yards and a score and made seven more catches for 43 yards.

But stuck in a reserve roll behind talented running backs Marcus Weymiller and Trevor Allen, Jegen asked about a potential switch to defense in the spring of 2018.

The switch was successful and after missing three of UNI's first five games because of injury, Jegen finished with 62 tackles last season, with a season high 13 at Western Illinois and 11 in the Panthers' second-round playoff loss at UC-Davis.

In a 2018 Courier article, Jegen said, \"There were quite a bit of teams who also recruited me to play safety or nickel. My heart was on offense, and I wanted to score touchdowns. I came here because Coach (Mark) Farley said I could be a great receiver, great running back.\"

Jegen added in that interview after his first two seasons on the field played out he began to think safety might be his spot, and when he approached Farley about it, Farley was on board with it.

In that same 2018 Courier article, Farley said when a player wants to make a move and is driven to succeed with the switch it usually turns out good.

Jegen has been among UNI's leading tacklers in each of the last four games as he has recorded 30 tackles, including two for loss; picked off two passes; broken up two more; and forced that key fumble. On the season, he is second on the team with four interceptions, with all of his picks coming in the last seven games.

\"I credit that a lot to my preparation,\" Jegen said of his late-season success. \"As the season gets on you want to play your best as the end of the year. Being prepared is a big part of that.\"

\"I'm a lot better ... I didn't make the plays that I wanted to last year and I'm making those this year. I have a better understanding of the position which has allowed me to play faster and not think as much as I did last year.

\"I'm more confident in reading the tackle and guard. I'm now focusing on one or two people with my run-pass keys which helps me dissect a lot more plays faster.\"

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DES MOINES \u2014 The state\u2019s soil conservation and water quality committee on Thursday rejected a batch of resolutions approved by a statewide organization of conservation district commissioners.

One of the rejected resolutions would have encouraged state lawmakers to ban planting crops within 30 feet of streams.

The resolutions were approved in August by the Conservation Districts of Iowa, which is comprised of 500 soil and water conservation district commissioners from across the state.

Resolutions passed by the group go to the state Soil Conservation & Water Quality Committee, which at its regular monthly meeting Thursday in Des Moines voted to reject all four resolutions approved by the conservation districts, including the one that would have mandated buffer strips.

State conservation and water quality committee member who spoke against the resolutions pushed back at state mandates and said the proposals may have admirable goals but would be difficult to implement.

Buffer strips are designed to prevent pollution in waterways via soil runoff by creating space between farmed land and waterways.

\u201cIt is a practice that should remain in the tool box,\u201d said state committee member Sherman Lundy, of Cedar Falls, the committee\u2019s mining industry representative. \u201cBut the idea of requiring permanent buffer strips simply to protect streams ...

\u201cThis is a very complex issue. What\u2019s a stream? Is a stream a ditch? Because it functions very much in the same way.\u201d

Lundy said requiring buffer strips would be akin to the federal government\u2019s proposal to regulate smaller waterways that flow into larger ones. The so-called \u201cWaters of the U.S.\u201d rule became a contentious political issue before ultimately being scrapped.

\u201cYes, we\u2019re concerned about soil runoff. Yes, we\u2019re concerned about water quality issues,\u201d Lundy said. \u201cBut when you put out a mandate like that, with what I call a huge difficulty in implementing this kind of practice, that\u2019s really the frustration with these kinds of things.\u201d

The resolution was modeled after a new state law in Minnesota that requires 50-foot buffer strips along lakes, rivers and streams, and of 16.5 feet along ditches.

Kevin Pope, a state soil conservation and water quality committee member from Mason City, said Minnesota farmers he talks to are upset by the new law.

\u201cThe feeling from farmers is their land was stolen from them with that mandate up there,\u201d Pope said. \u201cI think that\u2019s wrecked their attitude toward voluntary practices somewhere else on their farm. I\u2019ve heard it from every Minnesota farmer I\u2019ve talked to. ... They feel the state overstepped their bounds, and now their attitude toward voluntary conservation has changed.\u201d

State committee member Patti Ruff, of McGregor, countered that voluntary compliance is insufficient. She said despite efforts by the state and conservation groups to educate farmers about programs designed to support conservation practices, she still sees farmers planting crops right up to the edge of waterways.

\u201cHaven\u2019t we promoted and basically all but mandated buffer strips and practices? ... And there are still farmers out there, I drive every day and see them literally plowing up the dirt right to the edge (of the water),\u201d Ruff said. \u201cI don\u2019t think there\u2019s any other way to get everyone on board unless you mandate it.\u201d

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A staffer for former Rep. Bobby Schilling coordinated the appearance of a far-right activist at a Bettendorf church this week, setting off a firestorm over race, identity and religion.\u00a0

Michael Sisco, who served for over a month as Schilling\u2019s ground-game coordinator, has since been fired. Sisco said no one, including Schilling, the church or the teenage organizers of the event, knew in advance that far-right persona\u00a0Nick Fuentes intended to speak. Billed as an\u00a0immigration forum, the meeting Monday at\u00a0Pleasant View Baptist Church was organized by the Scott County Teenage Republicans.

Fuentes marched in the\u00a0deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., and advocated for a \"monoculture\" and against diversity in his local remarks.\u00a0

On Thursday, Schilling called Fuentes an \u201cevil man.\u201d

\u201cNobody would have stayed in that church, nobody would have attended that event, had they known what a racist, white supremacist\u2014whatever he is,\u201d Schilling said.

Yet no one pushed back or disavowed Fuentes during a question-and-answer session that followed a 15-minute speech which included talk of the \u201cdrastic consequences\u201d of legal and illegal immigration to the U.S.

\u201cI think a lot about the fact that in the next 20-30 years white people will become a minority in America. Nobody likes to talk about that,\u201d Fuentes said. \u201cNumber one, the changes brought on by demographic change are real and they\u2019re not inconsequential. And, number two, if we really investigate, the differences are not good.\u201d

\u201cThe mantra we\u2019ve been pushed is that diversity is a strength,\u201d Fuentes added. \u201cI simply ask a question: how is that the case?...I can\u2019t look around at my suburb in southwest Chicago and in good conscience support a policy that\u2019s going to turn it into the South Side of Chicago, or the West Side of Chicago.\u201d

Fuentes closed his speech by plugging support for Trump\u2019s reelection. The audience then broke into a round of applause.

\u201cPeople were in shock,\" Schilling later said. \"[Fuentes] had a heavily veiled speech. He was covering it up.\u201d

Schilling pointed to a recent spike in far-right activists disrupting conservative and Republican events. He also alleged members of antifa, or militant left-wing activists, circulated stories online after the forum.

Sisco claims he and Dylan Wheeler, a right-wing Twitter personality, invited Fuentes as an unpaid speaker, unbeknownst to the others involved.\u00a0

Monday night's event featured speeches and question-and-answer sessions with \"angel families,\" family members of people killed by immigrants in the country illegally; Republicans candidates for Iowa's second congressional district seat, Schilling and Iowa Sen. Mariannette Miller-Meeks; and right-wing Twitter personalities, Fuentes, Wheeler and Scott Presler. There also was a voter registration drive.

Event details on Facebook promoted Wheeler and Scott Presler as speakers.

Schilling and Miller-Meeks distanced themselves from Fuentes the following day, tweeting they did not know who he was, nor that he was part of the evening's program.

That day, Schilling privately grilled Sisco about his connections to Fuentes, and Sisco denied any ties, according to both men. Schilling fired him hours later, after obtaining a screenshot of what he called \"racist\" Twitter activity from Sisco\u2019s now-deactivated account.

Sisco and Wheeler said Fuentes, who lives in the Chicago-area, was swapped in last-minute to replace Wheeler, who was removed from the church for heckling Miller-Meeks. Sisco called the heckling a pretext for Wheeler\u2019s removal from the program. Wheeler maintains he was not trying to get kicked out.

Fuentes was formally introduced by a member of the Teenage Republicans. Sisco said he wrote those introductory remarks.

The church's pastor and some forum attendees, including Schilling and Miller-Meeks, have since disavowed Fuentes.

\"His rhetoric is disgusting and I want in no way to be associated with him,\u201d Schilling tweeted. \u201cHis racist, anti-Semitic statements do not reflect my own views.\u201d

Sisco said he was upset Schilling\u2019s statement \u201cthrew Nick under the bus.\"

\u201cIt\u2019s not a personal betrayal,\u201d Sisco said. \u201cIt\u2019s a betrayal of [Schilling's]\u00a0principles, which is even more disappointing, to be honest.\u201d

Sisco defended Fuentes' comments, and Wheeler tweeted support for Fuentes.\u00a0

Fuentes has not responded to attempts to reach him for comment.\u00a0

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A roundup of campaign news items of interest:

STEYER ADDS CAMPAIGN OFFICES: Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer is opening six new campaign offices in Iowa: in Ames, Cedar Rapids, Dubuque, Iowa City, Sioux City, and Waterloo. The California businessman\u2019s campaign previously had offices in Des Moines and Davenport.

\u201cEvery office we open grows our capacity to connect to caucus-goers, identify precinct captains, and build on the energy that increases every time that Tom is in-state and voters are able to hear from him,\u201d Steyer campaign state director Michael Edwards said in a news release. \u201cWe are ready to sprint to February 3 and continue to grow our team until then.\u201d

KLOBUCHAR\u2019S PLAN FOR ECONOMIC FUTURE: Updating laws and consumer protections to reflect the gig economy and the changing nature of employment, and investing in education and job training are two key elements of Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar\u2019s plan for preparing Americans for a changing economy.

The U.S. senator from Minnesota said she also would work to make it easier to save for retirement, invest in quality and affordable child care programs and national paid family and medical leave, and allow gig workers to organize and update the tax code to benefit them.

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BETTENDORF \u2014 The annual WinterFest will take place from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Family Museum, 2900 Learning Campus Drive.

Guests can meet a real reindeer and visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus; make a variety of holiday crafts; and enjoy performances by the Family Museum Dance Company and local musical groups. Admission to this event and the Family Museum\u2019s hands-on gallery is free with the donation of a nonperishable food item or monetary donation to the River Bend Foodbank.\u00a0

Activities will include:

A 300-square-foot train set will be set up again this year, and the Great Hall will be decorated with lights, stars, trees and animal displays.

The centerpiece window dressing is the last set of animated figurines from the former Petersen Harden Von Maur store in Davenport. Created by the Silvestri Art Manufacturing Company, this Santa\u2019s House scene includes a living room with a decorated tree and fireplace, a kitchen, a workshop where elves are busy making toy trains, and a snowball battle in the woods among the elves.

The display was built in Chicago during October 1966 and was donated to the Family Museum in 1990 when the store was sold. For more information, call 563-344-4106 or visit familymuseum.org.

Photos: Winterfest at the Bettendorf Family Museum
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A protest is planned outside Pleasant View Baptist Church Sunday in response to a Republican immigration forum held there earlier this week.

The \u201cProtest Against Racial Injustice and Hate\u201d is planned for 9-10:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 8 at 6400 Crow Creek Road, Bettendorf. According to the church's website, worship service typically begins at 9:15 a.m.\u00a0\u00a0

\u201cThe purpose of this protest is to make sure that the community understands that racism is not welcome here,\u201d reads a description on the protest\u2019s Facebook event page.

The immigration forum, put on by Scott County Teenage Republicans, was held at the church Monday night. It included speeches from \u201cangel parents,\u201d people whose loved ones were killed by immigrants in the country illegally; Bobby Schilling and Mariannette Miller-Meeks, Republican candidates for Iowa's 2nd Congressional District seat; and far-right activist Nick Fuentes, who appeared at the white nationalist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.\u00a0

During his 20-minute speech, Fuentes condemned immigration from non-white, non-European countries and said America needs to establish a \u201cmonoculture.\u201d He also answered audience questions. No one pushed back against his remarks or disavowed him at the time. But after news of Fuentes' appearance spread, the church's pastor, Schilling and Miller-Meeks condemned Fuentes and his views.\u00a0

Statement from Pleasant View.pdf

In a statement, Pastor Ed Hedding said the church was asked to host the event at the last minute, but \u201cdid not plan nor organize\u201d the forum. He said Fuentes\u2019 appearance was \u201ca surprise to us and the entire audience.\u201d

\u201cPleasant View Baptist Church condemns all forms of hatred and violence, period,\" the statement said. \"We believe all lives are sacred. Therefore, we allowed Angel Families the use of our building to share their stories. [Fuentes\u2019] veiled speech masked ideas that are quite unchristian and unsupported by Pleasant View Baptist Church.\"

Hedding said the teens involved have received death threats. Bettendorf Police said they have received no reports of death threats associated with the event.

On the Facebook event page, the organizers said, \u201cA church that supports white supremacy is not a church. This building is now a site for racists and hate-mongering.\u201d

Rabbi Emeritus of Davenport's Temple Emanuel, Henry Karp, condemned the Scott County Teenage Republicans' event as \"wholesale hate-mongering at the expense of the undocumented immigrants.\"

In an email to members of One Human Family, an organization focused on issues of discrimination and inclusiveness, Karp also expressed mixed feelings about the timing of protest.

\"To be honest with you, while I think that it is important not to let what transpired at the church go unchallenged, I am somewhat uncomfortable with the idea of interfering with religious worship, even from the sidewalk outside of the church,\" Karp wrote.

He asked attendees \"not participate in or support any abusive or disrespectful behavior directed toward the church and its congregants.\"

As of Thursday afternoon, about 100 people had indicated on the Facebook event page they planned to attend.

Bettendorf Police plans to step up patrols in the area Sunday morning.

Email to One Human Family.pdf
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A protest is planned outside Pleasant View Baptist Church Sunday in response to a Republican immigration forum held there earlier this week.

The \u201cProtest Against Racial Injustice and Hate\u201d is planned for 9-10:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 8 at 6400 Crow Creek Road, Bettendorf. According to the church's website, worship service typically begins at 9:15 a.m.\u00a0\u00a0

\u201cThe purpose of this protest is to make sure that the community understands that racism is not welcome here,\u201d reads a description on the protest\u2019s Facebook event page.

The immigration forum, put on by Scott County Teenage Republicans, was held at the church Monday night. It included speeches from \u201cangel parents,\u201d people whose loved ones were killed by immigrants in the country illegally; Bobby Schilling and Mariannette Miller-Meeks, Republican candidates for Iowa's 2nd Congressional District seat; and far-right activist Nick Fuentes, who appeared at the white nationalist Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.\u00a0

During his 20-minute speech, Fuentes condemned immigration from non-white, non-European countries and said America needs to establish a \u201cmonoculture.\u201d He also answered audience questions. No one pushed back against his remarks or disavowed him at the time. But after news of Fuentes' appearance spread, the church's pastor, Schilling and Miller-Meeks condemned Fuentes and his views.\u00a0

Statement from Pleasant View.pdf

In a statement, Pastor Ed Hedding said the church was asked to host the event at the last minute, but \u201cdid not plan nor organize\u201d the forum. He said Fuentes\u2019 appearance was \u201ca surprise to us and the entire audience.\u201d

\u201cPleasant View Baptist Church condemns all forms of hatred and violence, period,\" the statement said. \"We believe all lives are sacred. Therefore, we allowed Angel Families the use of our building to share their stories. [Fuentes\u2019] veiled speech masked ideas that are quite unchristian and unsupported by Pleasant View Baptist Church.\"

Hedding said the teens involved have received death threats. Bettendorf Police said they have received no reports of death threats associated with the event.

On the Facebook event page, the organizers said, \u201cA church that supports white supremacy is not a church. This building is now a site for racists and hate-mongering.\u201d

Rabbi Emeritus of Davenport's Temple Emanuel, Henry Karp, condemned the Scott County Teenage Republicans' event as \"wholesale hate-mongering at the expense of the undocumented immigrants.\"

In an email to members of One Human Family, an organization focused on issues of discrimination and inclusiveness, Karp also expressed mixed feelings about the timing of protest.

\"To be honest with you, while I think that it is important not to let what transpired at the church go unchallenged, I am somewhat uncomfortable with the idea of interfering with religious worship, even from the sidewalk outside of the church,\" Karp wrote.

He asked attendees \"not participate in or support any abusive or disrespectful behavior directed toward the church and its congregants.\"

As of Thursday afternoon, about 100 people had indicated on the Facebook event page they planned to attend.

Bettendorf Police plans to step up patrols in the area Sunday morning.

Email to One Human Family.pdf
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Victor Wainwright and the Train, a 2019 Grammy nominee for Best Contemporary Blues Album, bring their rollicking piano-driven tour to the Redstone Room, 129 N. Main St., on Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 7:30 p.m.\u00a0

Wainwright's upcoming album, \"Memphis Loud,\" is due out on Ruf Records in March. \"We\u2019ve assembled the same exact top-notch team as our last record. It will be all original music,\" he said in a recent tour release.\u00a0\u00a0

The Memphis-based musician took home the Pinetop Perkins Piano Player Award at the 2018 Blues Music Awards in Memphis last May. Wainwright's non-stop touring schedule this year included a headlining slot at the famed three-day Big Blues Bender in Las Vegas, where he's confirmed to perform again next September.

Rock & Blues Muse voted Victor Wainwright & The Train one of its \"Top 20 Blues, Rock & Roots Albums of 2018\" while Wainwright's album finished #1 on the respected Roots Music Report Top Contemporary Blues Album Chart for 2018.

Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door, available at 563-326-1333 or rivermusicexperience.org.

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

It will be mostly sunny with a high near 52 degrees and a low around 30 degrees. South winds of 5 to 15 mph will become north after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph.

Friday will be mostly sunny with a high near 38 degrees and a low around 23 degrees. North winds could gust as high as 20 mph.

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Christopher Lee Collins was sentenced to 20 years in prison Tuesday for receiving and possessing child pornography.

United States District Court Chief Judge John A. Jarvey handed down the sentence, finding the 35-year-old Collins received child pornography and possessed obscene visual representations of the sexual abuse of children.

Collins was ordered to serve 10 years of supervised release to follow his prison term, pay $200 to the Crime Victims\u2019 Fund, and comply with the sex offender registry requirements upon release.

On July 22, 2019, Collins pleaded guilty to two child pornography offenses. The investigation of the Davenport man began in 2017, while Collins was on supervised release for a prior possession of child pornography conviction.

A laptop used by Collins was found to contain 26 images of child pornography, downloaded by Collins from Aug. 16, 2017 to Aug. 26, 2017. Further review of the computer revealed 28 images of anime depicting child pornography.

Collins already had pleaded guilty in 2008 to possession of child pornography and was sentenced to 78 months imprisonment and 10 years of supervised release on Feb. 26, 2009. He also was sentenced Tuesday to five years imprisonment for that violation.

Collins was investigated by Davenport Police Department and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). The case was prosecuted by the United States Attorney\u2019s Office for the Southern District of Iowa.

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