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  • Lynsey Whitaker of Quincy named 49th Adams County Fair Queen

    Lynsey Whitaker of Quincy named 49th Adams County Fair Queen

    Thursday, July 24 2014 12:07 PM EDT2014-07-24 16:07:14 GMT
    Lynsey Whitaker of Quincy was named the 49th Adams County Fair Queen late Wednesday night.The 20-year-old Whitaker was one of 14 young women competing for the title, representing six different Adams County towns. The pageant was witnessed by a crowd of about 1,000.
    Lynsey Whitaker of Quincy was named the 49th Adams County Fair Queen late Wednesday night.The 20-year-old Whitaker was one of 14 young women competing for the title, representing six different Adams County towns. The pageant was witnessed by a crowd of about 1,000.
  • Task force officers arrest one man, seek second in home invasion

    Task force officers arrest one man, seek second in home invasion

    Thursday, July 24 2014 11:24 AM EDT2014-07-24 15:24:38 GMT
    Quincy police said Thursday morning that an arrest warrant has been issued for 23-year-old Chadwick H. Kelly. Police said Kelly is still at large and should be considered armed and dangerous. Police said Kelly is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds. He has brown hair and hazel eyes. His bond has been set at $100,000.
    Quincy police said Thursday morning that an arrest warrant has been issued for 23-year-old Chadwick H. Kelly. Police said Kelly is still at large and should be considered armed and dangerous. Police said Kelly is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds. He has brown hair and hazel eyes. His bond has been set at $100,000.
  • Teter replaces Nelson as executive director and curator of Quincy Art Center

    Teter replaces Nelson as executive director and curator of Quincy Art Center

    Monday, July 21 2014 10:51 AM EDT2014-07-21 14:51:28 GMT
    Jennifer Teter is where she wants to be. In fact, it's where she needs to be. "I just always knew I wanted to be in art," she said. Teter is the new executive director and curator of the Quincy Art Center, 1515...
    Jennifer Teter is where she wants to be. In fact, it's where she needs to be. "I just always knew I wanted to be in art," she said. Teter is the new executive director and curator of the Quincy Art Center, 1515...
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