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Pauli Mayfield is proud to be a product of the Quad Cities. Raised in Davenport, she attended Davenport Central High School before graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Health and Kinesiology from Iowa State University. Upon graduation, Pauli worked at Woodward Academy, a court-adjudicated placement facility for juvenile delinquent males in Woodward, Iowa.

In January 2010, Pauli moved back to the Quad Cities and served as a substitute teacher and track coach for the Davenport Community School District. In June, Pauli was awarded the crown and title of Miss Iowa 2010. She served the state traveling from city to city and speaking to kids on the importance of being a positive role model and never giving up on your dreams. Pauli represented Iowa in the 2011 Miss America Pageant and received the Rick Ferentz Non-Finalist Interview Award.

Recent Articles
  • Arrowhead Ranch Residents Learn Valuable Lesson from JDC

    The John Deere Classic is set to start July 8th but before the golfers, caddies and thousands of fans come to TPC Deere Run, residents from Arrowhead Ranch will help get it ready. Arrowhead Ranch is a treatment facility for youth at risk located in Coal Valley, Illinois.  For over 30 years, residents have volunteered at the JDC.  This year they are setting up 3 miles of fencing around the course. Pat Huys, a volunteer with the JDC says the […]

  • Rising waters make boating on local rivers dangerous

    Stronger currents and debris hidden by flood waters are making boating on area rivers increasingly dangerous.

  • Davenport Flooding Costs City Over $300,000

    Crews in Davenport are preparing for the Mississippi River to crest for the 4th time this year and each time is not cheap. According to Davenport city officials, the cost to fight the Mississippi has topped $300,000 which doesn’t include what this time will cost.  The first and largest flood cost the city $287,548.  The smaller ones cost around $20,000 because sandbags and other things can be reused.  The money used comes from spending reductions, sewer and clean water fees, […]

  • Flash Flood Destroys Roads and Damages Houses in Wheatland

    Just northwest of the Quad Cities, several communities are cleaning up after Mother Nature delivered more than just flash floods.  Some Wheatland, Iowa residents say they are still trying to recover from the last big storm. Carl and Sandy Sparlin say they didn’t have enough time to get out of their home before flash floods trapped them inside. “I looked outside and I went ‘oh my freaking God, it’s here.’ I said ‘we’re stuck, we’re not going anywhere,’” Sandy describes. […]

  • Illinois Lawmaker Reacts to Pension Stalemate

    Illinois lawmakers decide to have bi-partisan committee work to solve billion dollar pension problem.

  • Survivor of Deadly Fire Moving Forward, Thanks Community

    After surviving a fire that killed his wife, daughter and 3 others, Wayne Viager says the only thing he can do is move forward. “Yea, it bothers me and I will never forget about it but you can’t let it beat you down.  Wayne says, “It’s not fair to you or anybody else or to them.” Click here to see the first part of the interview. It’s where Wayne has decided to rebuild that may surprise you.  Wayne has laid […]

  • Benefit Scheduled for Sherrard Fire Victims

    A benefit will be held Saturday, June 29th for the family of Holli and Jessica Harker, two sisters killed in the deadly Sherrard mobile home fire.

  • Survivor recalls tragic Sherrard mobile home fire

    Father and Husband of victims of the Sherrard mobile home fire that killed 5 people shares his experiences that night and how he is coping with the tragedy.

  • School District Limiting Communication Between Staff and Students

    Students and staff in one local school district won't be able to communicate by text or social media on an individual basis if a new policy is approved.

  • Five Year Anniversary of Oakville Flooding

    Friday marks the 5 year anniversary of the record breaking flooding that washed through our entire region, hitting Oakville, Iowa the hardest. Residents of Oakville say it is a date they will never forget. “It became evident that we weren’t going to be able to hold the levee,” Bob Siegle remembers. The flooding Iowa river had become too much and broke the levee west of town.  It was devastation for the community of 500.  Somehow, a lot of residents stayed […]

  • Residents say Davenport Police NETS program working in troubled areas

    The Davenport Police have started a crime prevention program that targets specific neighborhoods and the police officers involved say its working.  The NETS program which stands for Neighborhoods Energized to Succeed, is designed to help officers build relationships with people living and working in the troubled areas. The NETS program was started 3 years ago and Corporal Andrew Harris says the better communication has lowered crime rates. “We are reaching out the neighbors and giving them our cell phone numbers […]

  • Morrison Police working dozens of credit and debit card fraud cases

    Morrison, Illinois Police said they have received more than two dozen reports of unauthorized transactions on residents’ credit and debit cards.