As a child, Aleeza Singh watched “Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser” with her family and stood on a bucket reading the Wall Street Journal at the instruction of her father, Tony Singh. Now, about two decades later, she’s been with her family's wealth management business, the Singh Group, …
The bald eagle population in the lower 48 states made such a strong recovery from its low point in 1963 that the bird was "delisted" as a federally endangered and threatened species in 2007.
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So far, wintering bald eagles aren't much using the three wood perches installed in the fall of 2017 at Lock & Dam 14 near LeCLaire to replace two trees that were cut down.
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Bald eagles have launched their annual return in search of open, warmer water and fish. Dams create turbulence below the surface of the river, which in turn, keeps pockets of water from freezing. Additionally, experts say wooded areas that overlook the water provide excellent roosting habita…
Eagles reach adulthood at five years old, but 70 to 80 percent of them die before that point; 50 percent die from falls, starvation or siblicide before they’re one year old. Those that survive can live up to 25 years in the wild, and up to 50 in captivity.The wingspan of an eagle ranges from…
Antique Archaeology - American Pickers: 563-265-3939. Antique Archaeology is a shop that specializes in the odd and unusual. Its owner, LeClaire's Mike Wolfe, is a professional antiques picker. He and Frank Fritz are the hosts of “American Pickers,” a show on the History Channel. 10 a.m. unt…
Senate District 49 includes all of Clinton County and portions of northern and eastern Scott County, including LeClaire, McCausland, Park View and Princeton. The seat is open; incumbent Democrat Rita Hart is running for lieutenant governor.
DES MOINES — Whether an accountant or attorney is better suited to run the state auditor’s office, and interpretation of how state law guides the auditor’s duties are at the heart of one of Iowa’s down-ballot elections.
Four years ago, the Quad-Cities' Athena Awards recognized the need to recognize men in the region whose efforts and dedication were helping advance women in leadership.
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LuAnn Haydon has turned her own experiences of breaking the gender barrier early in her career at Deere & Co. into valuable lessons for today's emerging women leaders and startup nonprofit organizations.
Amy Nimmer has left her imprint on her longtime employer Deere & Co. with a coaching program that still exists, as well as on the Quad-City community, where some call her "the godmother" of the merged regional chamber.
Dr. Lisa Killinger has experienced many firsts in her life.
Here's a look at the keynote speakers for the IWLC Women's Leadership Conference and the IWLC Athena and Male Champion of Change Awards:
The 2018 Athena Awards will honor 10 area women and men who are leaders in their careers and are promoting leadership opportunities for other women.
Chris McCormick Pries learned at an early age how to lead and have a heart for others.
How do you get into a University doctoral program without a master’s degree? You ask. That’s part of the philosophy that’s made Dr. Monica Forret of St. Ambrose University so successful.
Iowa Women Lead Change, or IWLC, brings its signature training event to the Quad-Cities for the first time this week.
Past Athena Award honorees in eastern Iowa and western Illinois are: