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Working the Dream
The Country Cupboard: A little farmstand making a big global impression
Davenport teacher helps others get hooked on crafting rugs
Planting the seeds: Garden by garden, preacher advocates for better food
Augie scientist enjoys getting out into the field
Schmulbach keeps coming back to coaching
She loves rallying Q-C students to battle hunger
Sheriff's deputy likes helping people, making them feel safe
EM superintendent willing to sacrifice his job for kids
Bariatric nurse loves giving lives back to patients
WIU adviser found his passion in working with students
A career in chocolate makes life happier
Job is an extension of desire to have an impact
Mallards' broadcaster puts money where mouth is
Chemist creates beauty with stained glass
Office manager by day, jewelry seller by night
'Clean-cut farm kid' has loved his life in law enforcement
Physical therapist finds satisfaction in helping people
Museum job puts director in touch with great people
Museum curator finds something new every day
Marketing executive finds joy in helping businesses
Marketing director takes pride in spreading the word about engineering firm
Tireless community servant continues at 75
Becoming US citizen hard, but fun work for Polish native
Moline soccer coach helps other immigrants adjust
A husband brought her here, and a son kept her here
Small changes add up to a big adjustment for Western Australian
Exchange student learns school is easier, more food is fried in U.S.
Family legacy continues with Mediterranean Q-C restaurant
Scotland native has seen both sides of immigration issue
Immigrant grandfather sparks a love of diversity in his grandson
Filipino woman gets 'badge of honor' training in US
Finding love in Brussels leads Spaniard to Q-C
Native of Germany remembers holiday traditions
Lagomarcinos carry on a family tradition brought here from Italy
Priest can trace family back to Ireland -- and Africa and Scandinavia, too
'Proud to be Egyptian, Muslim and an American citizen'
Violinist brings global experience to the Q-C
Successful Q-C couple turns from sports to kitchens
Business center at BHC offers help to entrepreneurs
Business center at BHC offers help to entrepreneurs
Food Hub takes shape in Davenport's Freight House
Changing the world, one gift at a time
Blackwell turns artist's eye on property management
Geneseo farmer shares the message of agriculture
Arsenal leader looks back on satisfying career
Tennant wants to bring back 'knights of the highway'
Bent River owner really likes his product
Country Corner: From pumpkin stand to presidential host
Renaissance Rock Island keeps cash flowing in town
Russian-born fashion designer makes her mark
Deere prospers on quality, innovation, integrity
Cool Beanz about more than just good coffee
After a lifetime of jobs, R.I. man wants to retire as welder
Q-C winery on track to expand its production, wine types
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  Today is Tuesday, July 29, the 210th day of 2014. There are 155 days left in the year.

1864 -- 150 years ago: Col. H.F. Sickless informs us that there will be new organization of troops in this state under the call for more men.
1889 -- 125 years ago: James Normoyle arrived home after graduating from West Point with honors in the class of 1889. He was to report to Fort Brady, Mich., as second lieutenant in the 23rd Infantry.
1914 -- 100 years ago: Austria Hungary declared war on Serbia. Germany and Austria refused an invitation of Sir Edward Grey to join Great Britain at a mediation conference.
1939 -- 75 years ago: Dr. William Mayo, the last of the three famous Mayo brother surgeons, died at the age of 78.
1964 -- 50 years ago: One of the biggest horse shows of the season was held yesterday at Hillandale Arena on Knoxville Road under the sponsorship of the Illowa Horsemen's Club.
1989 -- 25 years ago: Davenport is like a gigantic carnival this weekend with the Bix Arts Fest taking over 12 square blocks of the downtown area. A festive atmosphere prevailed Friday as thousands of people turned out to sample what the Arts Fest has to offer.








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