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Positive News In Illinois And Iowa: What’s The Good News For April?

April 10th, 2023
Positive News In Illinois And Iowa: What's The Good News For April?

The good weather is back and with it comes the good news! That’s right, QuadCities.com teams up with KWQC-TV6’s “Paula Sands Live” to bring you positive news about great things and people in and around the Quad-Cities, and we’re springing back with a lot more upbeat stuff! Here’s the good news for this month: Rock Island Crossing Guard Repays Kindness Of Students Ben Dixon has stood at the corner of 30th street and 31st avenue for the last 14 years making sure Eugene Field students get to school safely. He’s become a staple within the Eugene Field School community. “Every day Ben... Read More

Beloved Rock Island Crossing Guard Repays Students’ Kindness with Special Surprise

February 20th, 2023
Beloved Rock Island Crossing Guard Repays Students' Kindness with Special Surprise

Ben Dixon has stood at the corner of 30th street and 31st avenue for the last 14 years making sure Eugene Field students get to school safely. He’s become a staple within the Eugene Field School community. “Every day Ben waves to all the staff and students. He knows who is at school and who isn’t. If he notices someone is absent for a long period of time, then he will stop a staff car and ask questions. He is genuinely concerned about the welfare of all of us. He sends us Christmas cards and makes sure to acknowledge us on Mother’s Day,” said Eugene Field teacher... Read More

Students Invent Fun At Eugene Field Wax Museum

February 7th, 2020
Students Invent Fun At Eugene Field Wax Museum

A revolution of ideas and imagination was celebrated at Rock Island’s Eugene Field elementary school this week, as the Wax Museum Science Fair featured sixth graders giving creative and elaborate presentations on a variety of impactful inventors who changed our world. Parents, teachers and fellow students packed the hallways moving from vibrant display to display, placing quarters in tins at each station (with proceeds going towards school activities) to start each minute-long presentation and igniting their intellects with fascinating facts about the amazing inventors. A stunning array of brilliant... Read More