Perfect weather for start of Channel Cat Water Taxi service on Mississippi River in Quad Cities.

Yellow cornflowers sway in the summer breeze as bees flit from flower to flower seeking pollen.

Artist John Bloom's "Waiting for the Ferry" sculpture of two young boys graces the Mississippi Riverfront near Lindsay Park, Davenport.

Construction work on support piers for the new Interstate 74 bridge between Bettendorf and Moline now is under way.

Bettendorf Boys Basketball schedule

Varsity, Sophomore Boys Basketball Schedules 2000-2001

Park Board minutes 12/13/2000

Initial offers made to acquire riverfront properties for riverfront recreation trail

Park Board minutes 12/12/2000

Park Board debates location, funding of skate park.

Bettendorf School Board meeting 12/4/2000

Board decides on 3-year, $6.5-million school improvement plan

Bettendorf Girls Basketball Schedules

2000-2001 Varsity/Sophomore Girls Basketball Schedule

Family Museum minutes 1/8/2001

Meeting Minutes for the Family Museum of Arts & Science Board of Trustees
Date: Tuesday, January 8, 2001

Bettendorf boys bounce Burlington 73-63

The Bulldogs led the Burlington Greyhounds from start to finish in a boys basketball game Friday, January 19, which turned into a Bettendorf free-throwing shooting clinic in the final minutes.

Public meetings scheduled on tax referendum

Public presentations are scheduled in January on the school improvement plan/instructional support levy plan.

PV boys ranked 6th in 4A standings

Pleasant Valley's boys basketball team ranked sixth in last week's Des Moines Register 4A poll, just ahead of fellow MAC conference member Muscatine.


The Spartans, however, are expected to fall in the same rankings this week after a road loss to Burlington on Friday night (Jan. 12). The Spartans are now 9-1, following a win against Fort Madison on Saturday night (Jan. 13).


Fourth in last week's poll was Cedar Rapids Prairie, which handed Bettendorf its second loss of the season (Jan. 6). The Bulldogs recovered with wins against Clinton and Assumption and sport an overall 8-2 record.

Library gains from Doodle Day but state cuts grant

The Director informed the Board that the library has received the annual Open Access check.The check received is based on the previous year's transactions. It was noted that this year's check was $6,000 less than last year's even though the number of transactions were more than the previous year.

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