January 25, 2022
  • 3:06 pm Moline Football Team Rushes into Playoffs
  • 3:05 pm Call of Duty Vanguard
  • 2:22 pm Student Hunger Drive Off to a Ravenous Start
  • 1:09 pm John Deere Strikes for Improved Wages and Better Benefit
  • 8:47 am MHS Theatre’s Fall Play “You Can’t Take It With You” Gets Rave Reviews
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By Vivian Veto, LO’T Sports Co-Editor Moline football has had an incredible season, going undefeated in the WB8 and having a streak of three straight shutouts in regular season competition. Head coach, Mike Morrissey has led these athletes to victory after having a rough spring season. Coach Morrissey believes that “Normalcy helped, as far as […]

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By Phineas VanVooren, LO’T Entertainment Editor  Call of Duty is one of the longest going video game franchises in the industry as of now, and with the hype behind the new Call of Duty Vanguard, fans are expecting a masterpiece when it is released on Friday, November 5. Call of Duty fans must have been […]

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By Emma VanWinkle, LO’T News Reporter The Student Hunger Drive is a competition between schools in the Quad Cities to see which school can donate the most cans of food. However, it is more than a competition. The Student Hunger Drive is a way to give back to the community and help those in need. […]

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By Kira Trapkus, LO’T News Reporter You may have noticed strikers around intersections holding up signs that say UAW Strike, which has been going on for roughly 2 weeks. These people are putting in effort to get their point across by parading around town with messages on their cars in an attempt to spread the […]

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By Anandi Hoogheem, LO’T Feature Reporter and Maranda Bargren, LO’T Feature Co-Editor This year’s fall play was Moss Hart and George S. Koffman’s, “You Can’t Take It With You,” a three-part comedy from 1936. It follows Alice Sycamore, played by junior Lillian Cobert as she falls in love with Tony Kirby, played by senior Josh […]

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By: Hannah Gault  Line O’Type Focus Co-Editor   Whether you attended school for two four-hour days or opted to stay home fully remote, I think it is easy to say that this first quarter of the 2020-2021 school year has been interesting, to say the least. For this first quarter, hybrid students with the last […]

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By: Janey Locander Line O’ Type Feature Co-Editor  This school year has been different in many ways. Not only has our regular learning been affected, but those in sports and other school activities have been as well.  Due to Covid-19, heavy restrictions have been put in place to ensure our safety, meaning students have had […]

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By Tayler Gilmore Line O’Type Sports Co-Editor Strokes, strength, and speed. In a matter of seconds, she reaches the edge of the pool marking the end of the race. As she climbs out of the water expecting a crowd to cheer her on, she sees only empty bleachers replacing the fans she used to look […]

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By: Emily Biesterfeld Line O’ Type Co-Editor in Chief This past summer, the rise in police brutality (rather the rise in video evidence of such) has sparked a resurgence in the Black Lives Matter movement. With this spark, there has been a lot of strife and litigations to the organization and the saying. Most famous, […]

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By Charley Poor Line O’Type News Editor Sometimes it feels like nobody can agree on anything in politics, but it feels like we’ve all come together on one thing ahead of this election–whatever happens, we are going to remember it for a long time.  Do you want to have a front-row seat to history in […]

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