'I'll be praying for you': Americans assess Trump's 100 days

They are young and old. They hail from all corners of the United States and very different walks of life. One hundred days into Donald Trump's presidency, the Associated Press returned to some of the everyday people interviewed these past months to ask them to write a letter to the president, evaluating the job he's done so far and looking ahead to the months to come.

Committee proposes 15 options for naming new K-5 buildings
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Committee proposes 15 options for naming new K-5 buildings

A superintendent's committee recommended that the Quincy School Board look at eight historical figures and seven other options for naming the five new K-5 buildings. Committee members favored using "all new names" for the buildings instead of using current building names, stressed using names representing diversity in gender and race, and hoped to see the names highlight local history.

QUINCY -- The Illini West boys track and field team won the 4x800-meter relay in the QHS Invitational Wednesday at Flinn Stadium by 28 seconds. The Chargers' runners, however, were frustrated with the race.

To The Herald-Whig: I just read William Mussetter's letter (April 25) with interest. He apparently has a very short and very selective memory. I didn't see Lawrence O'Donnell's program, but I'm sure it was at least as factually based as what the Fox News

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