Jonquils and daffodils herald the arrival of warmer spring weather.

Jonquils and daffodils herald the arrival of warmer spring weather.

Brown scum and discarded cans and other debris collect along the Mississippi River shoreline at the foot of 6th Street, Bettendorf.

A thick layer of brown scum collects along the Mississippi River seawall near Lindsay Park Yacht Club, Davenport. The river level is expected to rise above flood stage this week from snow melt in the Northern Plains.

Hubble exhibit to open Febuary 24

The Smithsonian traveling exhibit, "Hubble Space Telescope: New Views of the universe" will open Febuary 24 at the Family Museum.
Vistitors will be able to view images from the telescope as well as learn about planets and space through activities and video.


Admission is $4, or $2 for those age 60+. Museum members get in free. For more information call 344-4106

Bettendorf Board of Education Minutes- Febuary 20, Exempt Session

BETTENDORF COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

BETTENDORF, IOWA

Official Minutes of the February 20, 2001, Exempt Session

Bettendorf Board of Education Minutes- Febuary 20

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
BETTENDORF COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Official Minutes of the February 20, 2001, Regular Meeting

January 16 City Council minutes

Minutes of the Jan 16 meeting of the City Council

January 2 City Council minutes

Minutes of the Jan 2 meeting of the City Council

Library board meeting January 2001

Board okays purchase of security cameras

Special Olympics at BHS

Bettendorf High School is very well known for its successful athletic programs, particularly in football; however, there is another program that
many students are unaware of: the Special Olympics.

Park Board meeting minutes for January 30, 2001

Board wrestles with Splash Landing filter problems

Youngsters lookin' good for BHS Boys BB

Two sophomores have stepped up to varsity play this season for the Bulldogs, who finish the regular season this weekend against Davenport North.

BHS girls BB team looks to playoffs with confidence

The girls basketball team started off the season slowly, but recent play has the Bulldogs looking forward with confidence to the playoffs.

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