Greg Dwyer started in radio as Marconi's Street Guy. He pioneered such bits as "Take The Black Plague Challenge" and "Battle Of The Sexes." Later, he and Bill Michaels rewrote the book of morning radio in Peoria. That book turned out to be more of a Cliff's Notes, and they promptly left The Caterpillar City for the green of John Deere. Heck, that was in 1990. If this link is still working, then they must still be employed!
Tug Fest 2020 Cancelled
This was my favorite summer event. I can't wait for next year.
How Much You Can Make From Old Electronics In Your House
I have some drawers I need to check out.
Davenport Man on “Worst Cooks in America”
He can cook for me whenever he feels like it. Maybe in a few weeks once he's all learned up.
The Best Beer Gifts For Father’s Day
Get dad a gift he needs.
Davenport Central Graduate Drafted to St. Louis Cardinals
Good luck to you, Ian.
LeClaire Fire Department Seeking Donations for New 9/11 Memorial
The piece of I-Beam is about 5 feet long, and about 400 lbs.
Poopy’s To Reopen This Weekend, Despite Governor’s Orders
He's ready to get the ball rolling again.
Iowa and Illinois Among Worst States For Military Retirees
We can do better.
New Glarus Shuts Down Biergarten for Summer
It's probably for the best, but I wanted to go up there this summer.
Crossroads Fireworks Plans to Open Despite Pandemic Pressure
I would label it as an essential business.