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Milan goat farm

MILAN, Ill. (KWQC) – Jim and Linda Johansen of Milan thought it would be a hobby. Now, it’s a full-time business. The couple raises several …

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A radio ham

Dave Mayfield has a ham shack in his basement. He collects, restores, and uses ham radio equipment.

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Ukrainian egg art

It’s a beautiful art form. A Davenport woman uses beeswax and dye to teach the Ukranian Easter egg art of Pysanky. Here is Shelly Janikowsky…

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Celtic Rhythm

Fran Riley Feature: The girls are Irish dancers, ranging in age from eight to seventeen. Colleen Kosier is the instructor.

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Putting The Pieces Together

Fran Riley Feature: Vicki and Jim Rocker’s stained glass window studio. At the end of a country lane in rural East Moline is a Glass Illusio…

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Silence Is Golden

A former school teacher from Washington, Iowa owns an extremely rare collection of silent films from the Brinton Collection.

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Equal Rights Pioneer

The name might not be familiar to you. Some say it is lost in history. Alexander Clark. Muscatine’s Equal Rights Pioneer.

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Trolling Along

Caution! When entering Donna Green’s home in Fulton, you’ll come to a troll crossing. Donna has a room full of troll dolls. Approximately tw…

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She’s a stitch

Donna Nelson’s living room is like a gallery. A tribute to the beautiful needlework she does. Her hands and attention to detail. Steady as e…

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Marvel Approach

Tony Jacquin gets his point across in a very visual way. Jacquin teaches at Eagle Ridge Elementary School in The Carbon Cliff-Barstow Distri…

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Ground Fighting

The students do a bear crawl, monkey twist, and crab walk. It’s warm-up for the main attraction at Travis Tarpein’s Martial Arts Center in M…

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High Arctic Research

Fran Riley Feature: Doctors Jennifer and Kurt Burnham and the High Arctic Institute

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An Artist’s Stuff

Fran Riley Feature: Steve Banks makes his own rules. This Davenport artist puts a little bit of everything into his work.