December 16, 2018
  • 11:19 am Spread The Kindness
  • 11:17 am Thanksgiving Word Cross
  • 11:46 am Bomber Attacks Trump Critics
  • 11:46 am A Field Trip for the (history) Books
  • 11:41 am Powderpuff Tackle a good cause

On Friday, October 26, 56-year-old Cesar Altieri Sayoc was arrested for allegedly sending out 14 pipe bombs to various critics of Trump who have spoken out or given criticism to the president in the past. Some of the recipients of the packages include former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, former vice president Joe Biden, […]

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By: Christina Bargren Trench is the fifth studio album by the band Twenty One Pilots released just a few weeks ago on October 5th, 2018, after a year of the band being on hiatus. This album contains several genres including alternative rock, hip hop, pop rock, and reggae, and is full of catchy choruses, interesting instrumentals, […]

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By: Emily Biest The Empty Bowls Project is put on by the River Bend Food Bank of the QC and all donations made during Empty Bowls are donated to hungry families in need. The Empty Bowls  Project brings both the craftsmen and the community together to do something positive for the less fortunate. Potters make the […]

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By:  Lupe Cueller El Dia de Los Muertos or Day of the Dead is not the Mexican version of Halloween. Unlike Halloween, Dia de Los Muertos isn’t meant to be spooky, but rather a time when family members can demonstrate love and respect for deceased loved ones. This annual celebration spans from October 31st to […]

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By: Beyonce Gonzalez  For the first time ever in Western Big Six history, a school has won six fall Conference titles.! Six! Those long, hard practices have paid off, evidently showcasing all of the talent at Moline! And with so many victories, it is only possible to wonder what comes next for Moline High School […]

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By: Peter Son | LO’T Sports Editor Senior Manny Raya, captain and returning key starter for the varsity soccer team has earned himself the title of Maroon of the Month. After a successful season last year, Raya has continued to prove his vitality on the field helping the boys start the season 7-2-2. In Moline’s recent […]

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By: Christina Bargren Nintendo fans had been waiting for over a year to hear news on the newest installment of Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Switch. That wait ended back in March during the Nintendo press conference at E3 when the game was announced at the very end of the conference. Further information about the […]

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By: Nicole Artemyev Students, parents, teachers, elders, and locals all gathered in excitement on Friday, September 14th to watch the annual district homecoming parade! Avenue of the Cities was filled with smiling faces and children waiting anxiously to grab all the candy they could get! For senior Bella Mitchell, the most memorable part of her […]

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As Midterms Approach, Illinois’s 17th Faced With Choices With midterm elections taking place on November 6, the voting-eligible citizens of the 17th District of Illinois, which includes Rock Island County, will be faced with different choices for different elections. On the national level, Illinois’s Senators Democrats Tammy Duckworth and Dick Durbin will not be up […]

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By: Madison Hoyt As a sunny day was coming to an end, the MHS bonfire was readied and burned as the Moline Marching Maroons played some sick tunes, welcoming all to dance and sing. This was a spectacular way to mark the beginning of a fun and exciting movie night and homecoming week! Spider-Man: Homecoming, a […]

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