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  • Foust arraignment delayed to March 13

    Foust arraignment delayed to March 13

    Thursday, March 5 2015 5:58 PM EST2015-03-05 22:58:16 GMT
    The next court appearance for a former Hannibal elementary school principal arrested on heroin charges has been delayed a week. Clifford Schwartz of Arnold, Mo., officially entered his appearance as the lawyer for J.D. Foust on Wednesday. 
    The next court appearance for a former Hannibal elementary school principal arrested on heroin charges has been delayed a week. Clifford Schwartz of Arnold, Mo., officially entered his appearance as the lawyer for J.D. Foust on Wednesday. 

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'Marshall the Miracle Dog' showing set for Saturday morning in Hannibal

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Marshall was found with 60 other dogs by an Animal Planet channel crew filming "Confessions: Animal Hoarding" in 2010. Marshall had bite marks all over his body, a broken leg and a hole in his face. His story is the inspiration for the "Marshall the Miracle Dog" movie focused on bullying prevention and mistreatment of animals. More>>

Report: More than 20 percent of Adams County children living below poverty line

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More than one in five children in Adams County live in poverty, according to a report released Thursday by a statewide child advocacy group. More>>

Kelly's closed again Thursday for ongoing carbon monoxide problem

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Kelly's Tavern at 2902 Broadway was closed again Thursday because of continuing concerns about carbon monoxide emissions inside the business. Quincy Fire Chief Joe Henning said he received a call that something was going on at Kelly's again Thursday in the wake of other carbon monoxide problems earlier this week. More>>

Carbon monoxide patients give high marks to responders, health workers

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Emergency and medical workers won praise from people who were exposed to carbon monoxide Tuesday at Kelly's Tavern. More>>

Pikeland board awards bid to add air conditioning unit South School

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The Pikeland School Board awarded bids Wednesday to remove asbestos and add an air conditioning unit South Elementary School, but rejected all bids for work at the alternative school. More>>

'It's all we think about': Three generations of chiropractors continue family practice

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Sheila Laws, 78, was the first of five members of her family to become a chiropractor, including two who currently work alongside her - daughter Diana Franklin and grandson Brandon Breuning. Franklin, 59, has been a doctor of chiropractic since 1982. Breuning, Franklin's 33-year-old nephew, started in 2014. More>>

Seven to compete for Miss Quincy crown

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The Miss Quincy Scholarship Program will welcome reigning royalty and this year's pageant contestants to the Morrison Theatre stage in Quincy Junior High School on Saturday for the Miss Quincy Scholarship... More>>

Blessing walk-in clinic should be open around June 1

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Blessing Corporate Services is planning to open a walk-in clinic at the 11th Street campus of Blessing Hospital. More>>

League of Women Voters plan March 7 meeting on Adams County Jail

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The League of Women Voters of Adams County will host an informational meeting on the conditions of the Adams County Jail before voters head to the polls to decide whether to increase the sales tax by a quarter cent to fund construction of a jail. More>>

YMCA's Annual Campaign targets $100,000

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The Quincy Family YMCA kicked off its Annual Campaign on Wednesday night at the Holiday Inn, targeting a goal of raising $100,000 to make certain no child in need misses out on the Y's programs and services.
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Lawyers in jail stabbing case to seek insanity defense

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 Lawyers for a man accused of stabbing an Adams County Jail corrections officer told a judge Wednesday they intend to use an insanity defense when their client goes to trial.

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  • Lawyers in jail stabbing case to seek insanity defense

    Lawyers in jail stabbing case to seek insanity defense

    Wednesday, March 4 2015 10:30 PM EST2015-03-05 03:30:26 GMT
    Cobretti M. MatlickCobretti M. Matlick
     Lawyers for a man accused of stabbing an Adams County Jail corrections officer told a judge Wednesday they intend to use an insanity defense when their client goes to trial.
     Lawyers for a man accused of stabbing an Adams County Jail corrections officer told a judge Wednesday they intend to use an insanity defense when their client goes to trial.

  • Pedestrian struck on Gardner Expressway gets ticket

    Pedestrian struck on Gardner Expressway gets ticket

    Thursday, March 5 2015 1:23 PM EST2015-03-05 18:23:48 GMT
    QUINCY -- A Quincy man was injured Tuesday when he walked into traffic on Gardner Expressway and was struck by a pickup truck. The accident occurred at 6:52 p.m. Ronald J. Dillenger, 54, of 302 S. 10th, was taken by...
    QUINCY -- A Quincy man was injured Tuesday when he walked into traffic on Gardner Expressway and was struck by a pickup truck. The accident occurred at 6:52 p.m. Ronald J. Dillenger, 54, of 302 S. 10th, was taken by...
  • Hannibal man arrested after knife assault on woman

    Hannibal man arrested after knife assault on woman

    Thursday, March 5 2015 11:59 AM EST2015-03-05 16:59:12 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A Hannibal man was arrested early Thursday after a woman told police she was assaulted and threatened with a knife. Hannibal police reported that Lance M. Moore, 23, was taken into custody at a residence...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A Hannibal man was arrested early Thursday after a woman told police she was assaulted and threatened with a knife. Hannibal police reported that Lance M. Moore, 23, was taken into custody at a residence...
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  • GLVC tabs Lady Hawks' Webster as Co-Freshman of the Year

    GLVC tabs Lady Hawks' Webster as Co-Freshman of the Year

    QUINCY — Anika Webster's freshman season with the Quincy University women's basketball team began with a bang. It's ending with one, too. Wednesday, Webster was named the Great Lakes Valley Conference Co-Freshman of the Year, sharing the honor with Bellarmine guard Raven Merriweather...
    QUINCY — Anika Webster's freshman season with the Quincy University women's basketball team began with a bang. It's ending with one, too. Wednesday, Webster was named the Great Lakes Valley Conference Co-Freshman of the Year, sharing the honor with Bellarmine guard Raven Merriweather...

  • McGaughey, Hoover receive GLVC honors

    McGaughey, Hoover receive GLVC honors

    Wednesday, March 4 2015 3:43 PM EST2015-03-04 20:43:34 GMT
    QUINCY — Evan McGaughey spent the final two games of the Quincy University men's basketball team's season on the bench with his right ankle in a walking boot. That seriously hindered the Hawks' chances of making any sort of postseason run. The Great Lakes Valley Conference coaches recognized that, too...
    QUINCY — Evan McGaughey spent the final two games of the Quincy University men's basketball team's season on the bench with his right ankle in a walking boot. That seriously hindered the Hawks' chances of making any sort of postseason run. The Great Lakes Valley Conference coaches recognized that, too...

  • Kuhn gets back into flow to push QU into GLVC quarterfinals

    Kuhn gets back into flow to push QU into GLVC quarterfinals

    Thursday, March 5 2015 12:03 PM EST2015-03-05 17:03:06 GMT
    Tori Kuhn's physical activity for the better part of a month was limited to walking to and from her classes and pacing the sideline during the Quincy University women's basketball team's practices. No running. No jumping. No doing anything that would keep her in shape. The junior forward was sidelined for nine games in the middle of the season with a back injury. "I did a lot of resting," Kuhn said. "Of course, I did therapy, too."
    Tori Kuhn's physical activity for the better part of a month was limited to walking to and from her classes and pacing the sideline during the Quincy University women's basketball team's practices. No running. No jumping. No doing anything that would keep her in shape. The junior forward was sidelined for nine games in the middle of the season with a back injury. "I did a lot of resting," Kuhn said. "Of course, I did therapy, too."

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  • Kuhn gets back into flow to push QU into GLVC quarterfinals

    Kuhn gets back into flow to push QU into GLVC quarterfinals

    Thursday, March 5 2015 12:03 PM EST2015-03-05 17:03:06 GMT
    Tori Kuhn's physical activity for the better part of a month was limited to walking to and from her classes and pacing the sideline during the Quincy University women's basketball team's practices. No running. No jumping. No doing anything that would keep her in shape. The junior forward was sidelined for nine games in the middle of the season with a back injury. "I did a lot of resting," Kuhn said. "Of course, I did therapy, too."
    Tori Kuhn's physical activity for the better part of a month was limited to walking to and from her classes and pacing the sideline during the Quincy University women's basketball team's practices. No running. No jumping. No doing anything that would keep her in shape. The junior forward was sidelined for nine games in the middle of the season with a back injury. "I did a lot of resting," Kuhn said. "Of course, I did therapy, too."

  • Three Tri-Rivers Conference schools to join Lewis & Clark Conference

    Three Tri-Rivers Conference schools to join Lewis & Clark Conference

    Thursday, March 5 2015 11:57 AM EST2015-03-05 16:57:18 GMT
    Knox County, Scotland County and Schuyler County will receive invitations to join the Lewis & Clark Conference for the 2016-17 academic year. Those three schools, along with North Shelby, were looking for a new home after the future of the Tri-Rivers Conference was in doubt. Current TRC members Milan and Putnam County recently voted to join the Grand River Conference next season.

    Knox County, Scotland County and Schuyler County will receive invitations to join the Lewis & Clark Conference for the 2016-17 academic year. Those three schools, along with North Shelby, were looking for a new home after the future of the Tri-Rivers Conference was in doubt. Current TRC members Milan and Putnam County recently voted to join the Grand River Conference next season.


  • Spirited rally falls short as Tornadoes are unable to overcome offensive struggles

    Spirited rally falls short as Tornadoes are unable to overcome offensive struggles

    Thursday, March 5 2015 4:52 AM EST2015-03-05 09:52:49 GMT
    LEWISTOWN, Ill. — Joseph Myers and the rest of the Griggsville-Perry boys basketball players are going to have a thought gnawing at them for the next few days. Would it have mattered if they had made a few more shots in the first half Wednesday night...
    LEWISTOWN, Ill. — Joseph Myers and the rest of the Griggsville-Perry boys basketball players are going to have a thought gnawing at them for the next few days. Would it have mattered if they had made a few more shots in the first half Wednesday night...

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  • Hannibal snowman contest to continue through March 16

    Hannibal snowman contest to continue through March 16

    Sunday, March 1 2015 12:53 AM EST2015-03-01 05:53:08 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Photographs must be entered by March 16 for the Hannibal Parks and Recreation Snowman Building Contest. Entrants are encouraged to add their own creative touches that will make their snowman unique. Prizes...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Photographs must be entered by March 16 for the Hannibal Parks and Recreation Snowman Building Contest. Entrants are encouraged to add their own creative touches that will make their snowman unique. Prizes...
  • Salt River Master Gardeners to meet Tuesday, March 3

    Salt River Master Gardeners to meet Tuesday, March 3

    Saturday, February 28 2015 1:21 AM EST2015-02-28 06:21:16 GMT
    PALMYRA, Mo. -- The Salt River Master Gardeners will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Sesquicentennial Building in Palmyra. Guest speaker will be Katie Ippensen from Frese Ornamentals in Quincy, Ill. She will discuss changes...
    PALMYRA, Mo. -- The Salt River Master Gardeners will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Sesquicentennial Building in Palmyra. Guest speaker will be Katie Ippensen from Frese Ornamentals in Quincy, Ill. She will discuss changes...
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