Flood waters along the Mississippi River have receded from record levels and attractive landscaping has been added recently to the John Bloom sculpture "Watching for the Ferry" along the riverfront at Lindsay Park.

A real mother goose watches her young goslings along the bank of the Mississippi River on a recent windy May day.

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.

Ducky weather


The foggy weather recently has been perfect for ducks who frequent the Leach Park riverfront. Warmer weather has reduced the snow cover and left streams swollen from the runoff.

Park Board meeting minutes for January 10, 2001

Board discusses pool filter, 9th hole renovation work

Park Board meeting minutes for January 8, 2001

Park Board reviews 2001 operating budget

Park Board Meeting for February 14, 2001

Bettendorf Parks and Recreation
Commission Agenda for Feb. 14

United Way sponsors B-Ball tourney at BHS

United Way of the Quad Cities Area is sponsoring a three-on-three basketball tournament at Bettendorf High School Sunday, March 4.

Public hearing on skate park location

Public hearing scheduled to hear comments on proposed skate park location.

Parks and Recreation agendas for special meeting Monday, Feb. 12 and regular meeting Wed., Feb. 14

BHS Swimmers Win Districts

The No. 3 ranked Bettendorf High School Swim Team took the Mississippi Athletic Conference District Meet by storm Saturday afternoon.

Scott Community offers new health technology course

A new Health Information Technology program is being offered by Scott Community College for students interested in a health care career.

Nine students are currently enrolled. The courses include medical transcription and medical coding for reimbursement.

Scott Community began offering the program this year because a survey of local health care providers indicated a need for educational training for health information professionals.

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