Analysis: Trump needed debate reset, instead riles GOP

Donald Trump needed a game changer. Instead, he landed a jaw dropper. When the Republican nominee for president refused to say he would accept the results of the election, he rattled American democracy and openly flirted with the notion of a contested transition of power. Hillary Clinton called Trump's comments about accepting election results “horrifying.”

Teacher-turned-pastor touts congregation as forward-thinking, progressive

Teacher-turned-pastor touts congregation as forward-thinking, progressive

An unlikely path recently brought the Rev. Keela Neumann to Quincy's First Christian Church. A Hamilton native and longtime schoolteacher, Neumann was installed as First Christian's pastor in June. "I used to be a schoolteacher in Camp Point, at Central. I taught science," Neumann said. "My last child went off to college, and I said, ‘Well, I'm not going to just sit here.' Then I went to seminary."

QUINCY -- Caleb Hines isn't going to concern himself with who he lines up against Friday night, who he might be tackling or who he has to overpower to bring down a ballcarrier. He's asked to do a job, no matter how familiar the faces may be.

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