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  • Quincy one of 16 finalists for 10 All-America City awards

    Quincy one of 16 finalists for 10 All-America City awards

    Tuesday, March 31 2015 2:23 PM EDT2015-03-31 18:23:28 GMT
    National recognition could be part of Quincy's yearlong 175th anniversary celebration. Quincy has been named one of 16 finalists for 10 All-America City awards being presented in June. City officials made the announcement during a news conference Tuesday at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. 
    National recognition could be part of Quincy's yearlong 175th anniversary celebration. Quincy has been named one of 16 finalists for 10 All-America City awards being presented in June. City officials made the announcement during a news conference Tuesday at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. 
  • Kuida new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital

    Kuida new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital

    Tuesday, March 31 2015 12:00 PM EDT2015-03-31 16:00:37 GMT
    Elliot Kuida is the new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital. Kuida is responsible for all hospital operations and will report to Maureen Kahn, the president and chief executive officer of Blessing Health System. 
    Elliot Kuida is the new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital. Kuida is responsible for all hospital operations and will report to Maureen Kahn, the president and chief executive officer of Blessing Health System. 
  • Jil Tracy will not run for Schock's congressional seat

    Jil Tracy will not run for Schock's congressional seat

    Monday, March 30 2015 5:49 PM EDT2015-03-30 21:49:45 GMT
    Former Illinois Rep. Jil Tracy has announced that she will not run for the 18th Congressional District seat being vacated Tuesday by U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock. “I conferred with Gov. Rauner, and while he has not yet made the official timeline of the special election cycle public, I have decided that my family obligations will not fit with the requirements of running a vigorous campaign in an abbreviated cycle," Tracy said in a release.
    Former Illinois Rep. Jil Tracy has announced that she will not run for the 18th Congressional District seat being vacated Tuesday by U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock. “I conferred with Gov. Rauner, and while he has not yet made the official timeline of the special election cycle public, I have decided that my family obligations will not fit with the requirements of running a vigorous campaign in an abbreviated cycle," Tracy said in a release.

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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

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Mainly cloudy and rainy

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Cloudy with rain

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Considerable cloudiness

Currently in Quincy as of

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  • Wind: WNW @ 13 mph, gusting to 22 mph
  • Barometer: 29.95 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:51:45 am
  • Sunset: 07:28:26 pm
  • Humidity: 22
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 3

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

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Currently in Macomb as of

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  • Wind: WNW @ 12 mph, gusting to 16 mph
  • Barometer: 29.95 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:48:29 am
  • Sunset: 07:25:46 pm
  • Humidity: 26
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
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7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

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Currently in Pittsfield as of

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  • Wind: NW @ 14 mph, gusting to 21 mph
  • Barometer: 29.95 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:49:29 am
  • Sunset: 07:25:46 pm
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  • Visibility: 10 mi.
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7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

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Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 73°(Feels like 73°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: NW @ 12 mph, gusting to 22 mph
  • Barometer: 29.96 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:52:05 am
  • Sunset: 07:28:30 pm
  • Humidity: 13
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
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'Walking around in history': Volunteers search Nauvoo for metal reminders of 1846 battle

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With headphones on, Adrian Rolfe trudged across the farm field slowly moving his metal detector from side to side. The machine's beeps hinted at what lurked beneath the surface of a one-time battlefield. "You never exactly know what you have until you dig it," said Rolfe, who lives in Lamoni, Iowa, and spends probably 2,000 hours a year metal detecting. "Hopefully it's something good, not just trash."

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Traveling student production to focus on autism

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QUINCY -- The Quincy Community Theatre is ready to deliver a special message during its annual "On the Road" performance tour in April. A cast of student actors will perform "Snowflakes," a theatrical documentary that explores the world of autism. The performances coincide with April's Autism Awareness Month.

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Brothers bringing Chicago-style food to Quincy

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Two brothers hope to open Windy City Steak ‘n Lemonade within the next two weeks at 5313 Oak Street. More>>

Arts Quincy unveils new look

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The oldest arts council in the U.S. officially has a new look and a new name. More>>

Business owners say lawsuit abuse a concern

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Travis Akin has been sharing the depressing news that Illinois ranks near the bottom in a national survey for judicial fairness for years, but hasn't heard it even mentioned in former governors' state of the state speeches. More>>

REMEMBERING RAY: Quincy Junior High School students say Monday was 'very emotional'

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When the school day ended Monday afternoon at Quincy Junior High School, a sea of red appeared to pour out of the building as students boarded buses or began walking home. Many students had come to school wearing red in honor of their classmate, 12-year-old Rayshone Humphrey Jr., who was fatally shot over the weekend. Monday was a tough day for a lot of students who felt the sudden loss of a classmate in a personal way. "I cried most of the day," Gage Call said.

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Pike chamber awards recognize businesses, volunteers and service organization

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The Pike County Chamber of Commerce honored two volunteers, two businesses and a community organization last week at its annual meeting. The Volunteer of the Year award recognizes a county resident... More>>

Two injured when SUV, car collide on U.S. 61 in Hannibal

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Two people suffered minor injuries at about 7:54 p.m. Monday in a two-vehicle accident on U.S. 61 at Warren Barrett Drive. Carol A. Bridgeman, 67, of New London, and Dylan C. Johnson, 20, of Hannibal,... More>>

Master plan at Mark Twain Lake getting first update since 2004

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MONROE CITY, Mo. -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will soon begin updating its master plan for the Clarence Cannon Dam and Mark Twain Lake for the first time in a decade. Natural resource specialist Lonnie Forrest said the master plan serves as the corps' primary land-use document and discusses how land and water resources are managed for public recreation and conservation.

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  • Bid accepted for See's Creek bridge replacement

    Bid accepted for See's Creek bridge replacement

    Tuesday, March 31 2015 9:43 AM EDT2015-03-31 13:43:21 GMT
    The Marion County Commission accepted at its meeting Monday a $466,449 bid from a Perry firm to replace a 94-year-old bridge spanning See's Creek in southern Marion County.
    The Marion County Commission accepted at its meeting Monday a $466,449 bid from a Perry firm to replace a 94-year-old bridge spanning See's Creek in southern Marion County.
  • City expecting $2.6 million in road construction this season

    City expecting $2.6 million in road construction this season

    Tuesday, March 31 2015 9:18 AM EDT2015-03-31 13:18:32 GMT
    About $2.6 million in road work is expected in Quincy in the next fiscal year starting May 1. Quincy aldermen approved a resolution Monday to budget the motor fuel tax funds as required by IDOT.
    About $2.6 million in road work is expected in Quincy in the next fiscal year starting May 1. Quincy aldermen approved a resolution Monday to budget the motor fuel tax funds as required by IDOT.
  • Two Hobby Lobby reps to talk about religious freedom at HLGU conference

    Two Hobby Lobby reps to talk about religious freedom at HLGU conference

    Monday, March 30 2015 5:01 PM EDT2015-03-30 21:01:42 GMT
    Two representatives from Hobby Lobby will be the featured speakers Thursday during the 2015 Worldview Conference at Hannibal-LaGrange University.
    Two representatives from Hobby Lobby will be the featured speakers Thursday during the 2015 Worldview Conference at Hannibal-LaGrange University.
  • Road district seeks to maintain current tax levy

    Road district seeks to maintain current tax levy

    Monday, March 30 2015 4:56 PM EDT2015-03-30 20:56:16 GMT
    The district that maintains about 45 miles of roads mostly south and west of Monroe City is asking voters to maintain its property tax for another four years.
    The district that maintains about 45 miles of roads mostly south and west of Monroe City is asking voters to maintain its property tax for another four years.
  • Torch run to stop in Hannibal

    Torch run to stop in Hannibal

    Monday, March 30 2015 4:24 PM EDT2015-03-30 20:24:25 GMT
    A statewide torch run promoting Missouri's Olympics-style state games will stop in Hannibal on April 29.
    A statewide torch run promoting Missouri's Olympics-style state games will stop in Hannibal on April 29.
  • Frese authors bill dealing with veterans homes

    Frese authors bill dealing with veterans homes

    Monday, March 30 2015 10:58 AM EDT2015-03-30 14:58:04 GMT
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Legislation sponsored by Rep. Randy Frese won unanimous support from the Veterans Affairs Committee. Frese said House bill 3213 will clarify rules concerning homes operated by the Illinois Department...
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Legislation sponsored by Rep. Randy Frese won unanimous support from the Veterans Affairs Committee. Frese said House bill 3213 will clarify rules concerning homes operated by the Illinois Department...
  • Canton, Mo., house fire leaves family of three homeless

    Canton, Mo., house fire leaves family of three homeless

    Monday, March 30 2015 10:54 AM EDT2015-03-30 14:54:33 GMT
    CANTON, Mo. -- A Canton father and his two sons escaped an early Saturday morning house fire. The father woke to the smell of smoke at about 6:54 a.m. Saturday at 507 Grant. He got his two sons out of the house and...
    CANTON, Mo. -- A Canton father and his two sons escaped an early Saturday morning house fire. The father woke to the smell of smoke at about 6:54 a.m. Saturday at 507 Grant. He got his two sons out of the house and...
  • Detectives still piecing together fatal shooting of 12-year-old

    Detectives still piecing together fatal shooting of 12-year-old

    Monday, March 30 2015 10:40 AM EDT2015-03-30 14:40:20 GMT
    Quincy Police Department investigators worked throughout the weekend to try to determine who shot and killed 12-year-old Rayshone "Ray" Humphrey Jr., early Saturday morning on the city's northwest side. "We're still actively looking for anything from the public," Lt. Dina Dreyer said. "We're getting information, but we need it to keep coming."
    Quincy Police Department investigators worked throughout the weekend to try to determine who shot and killed 12-year-old Rayshone "Ray" Humphrey Jr., early Saturday morning on the city's northwest side. "We're still actively looking for anything from the public," Lt. Dina Dreyer said. "We're getting information, but we need it to keep coming."
  • Candidates stump for Schock's seat during Lincoln Reagan Day Luncheon

    Candidates stump for Schock's seat during Lincoln Reagan Day Luncheon

    Monday, March 30 2015 8:01 AM EDT2015-03-30 12:01:18 GMT
    U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis and four candidates interested in Aaron Schock's soon-to-be vacant 18th District seat used similar words to describe the embattled congressman's departure at the Adams County Lincoln Reagan Day Luncheon on Sunday. Davis, R-Taylorville, said he was on the U.S. House of Representatives floor last week when Schock, who resigned earlier this month amid questions over his spending of campaign funds, delivered his farewell address.
    U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis and four candidates interested in Aaron Schock's soon-to-be vacant 18th District seat used similar words to describe the embattled congressman's departure at the Adams County Lincoln Reagan Day Luncheon on Sunday. Davis, R-Taylorville, said he was on the U.S. House of Representatives floor last week when Schock, who resigned earlier this month amid questions over his spending of campaign funds, delivered his farewell address.
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  • Your Turn with ... Robin Walker

    Your Turn with ... Robin Walker

    Sunday, March 29 2015 1:19 AM EDT2015-03-29 05:19:19 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... onstage hearing the roar of the applause because I was so funny-looking I automatically made people laugh. What would you rather be doing right now? Making an audience laugh, working...
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... onstage hearing the roar of the applause because I was so funny-looking I automatically made people laugh. What would you rather be doing right now? Making an audience laugh, working...
  • 'Help me, Landa, help me': Quincy woman describes scene after 12-year-old boy is shot, killed

    'Help me, Landa, help me': Quincy woman describes scene after 12-year-old boy is shot, killed

    Saturday, March 28 2015 11:59 PM EDT2015-03-29 03:59:48 GMT
    Orlanda Abbey heard the gunshot and raced out of the apartment complex on Quincy's northwest side. "It was so loud, and we ran outside," she said. "I heard his mom crying and asked her what was wrong. When I looked down, he was on the ground. She was like, ‘Help me, Landa, help me.' " Abbey said she saw Rayshone "Ray" Humphrey Jr. laying motionless on the ground. She said she tried to help his mother, Tynisa Nebe, move Humphrey, but they couldn't get him to budge.
    Orlanda Abbey heard the gunshot and raced out of the apartment complex on Quincy's northwest side. "It was so loud, and we ran outside," she said. "I heard his mom crying and asked her what was wrong. When I looked down, he was on the ground. She was like, ‘Help me, Landa, help me.' " Abbey said she saw Rayshone "Ray" Humphrey Jr. laying motionless on the ground. She said she tried to help his mother, Tynisa Nebe, move Humphrey, but they couldn't get him to budge.
  • 12-year-old boy shot, killed Saturday identified as Rayshone Humphrey

    12-year-old boy shot, killed Saturday identified as Rayshone Humphrey

    Saturday, March 28 2015 11:38 PM EDT2015-03-29 03:38:48 GMT
    A 12-year-old boy was shot and killed in front of 1127 N. Fifth around 1 a.m. Saturday, according to Quincy police chief Rob Copley. Copley said QPD is treating the shooting as a homicide. Carl Douglas, Humphrey's older brother, said Saturday morning that "this feels like a dream. It still hasn't registered what happened." Douglas said Humphrey was waiting at a friend's house to be picked up by his mother when the incident happened.
    A 12-year-old boy was shot and killed in front of 1127 N. Fifth around 1 a.m. Saturday, according to Quincy police chief Rob Copley. Copley said QPD is treating the shooting as a homicide. Carl Douglas, Humphrey's older brother, said Saturday morning that "this feels like a dream. It still hasn't registered what happened." Douglas said Humphrey was waiting at a friend's house to be picked up by his mother when the incident happened.
  • School officials prepare for emotional day Monday

    School officials prepare for emotional day Monday

    The Quincy School District will have a team of counselors, psychologists and social workers on hand Monday morning at Quincy Junior High School to provide support for friends and classmates of 12-year-old shooting victim Rayshone Humphrey. Carol Frericks, director of secondary education, said the school's crisis team -- under the direction of QJHS Principal Dan Sparrow -- met Saturday to begin putting into place a pre-arranged plan for dealing with the sadness, questions and ...
    The Quincy School District will have a team of counselors, psychologists and social workers on hand Monday morning at Quincy Junior High School to provide support for friends and classmates of 12-year-old shooting victim Rayshone Humphrey. Carol Frericks, director of secondary education, said the school's crisis team -- under the direction of QJHS Principal Dan Sparrow -- met Saturday to begin putting into place a pre-arranged plan for dealing with the sadness, questions and ...

  • Incumbent council member and former principal arrested on drug charge in the running for Hannibal's Fourth Ward

    Incumbent council member and former principal arrested on drug charge in the running for Hannibal's Fourth Ward

    Saturday, March 28 2015 1:53 AM EDT2015-03-28 05:53:07 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Voters in Hannibal's Fourth Ward will decide on April 7 an aldermanic race that's hardly run-of-the-mill. Incumbent Jim Van Hoose and former A.D. Stowell Elementary School Principal Joshua "J.D." Foust are running to fulfill an unexpired term that Barry Louderman vacated in October, but that's not the most unusual aspect of the race.
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Voters in Hannibal's Fourth Ward will decide on April 7 an aldermanic race that's hardly run-of-the-mill. Incumbent Jim Van Hoose and former A.D. Stowell Elementary School Principal Joshua "J.D." Foust are running to fulfill an unexpired term that Barry Louderman vacated in October, but that's not the most unusual aspect of the race.

  • County fair funding intact for now, but officials worry about future cuts

    County fair funding intact for now, but officials worry about future cuts

    Saturday, March 28 2015 1:49 AM EDT2015-03-28 05:49:59 GMT
    PLEASANT HILL, Ill. -- Illinois county fairs had until Friday to submit reimbursement requests for rehabilitation work such as maintenance, construction and insurance costs.
    PLEASANT HILL, Ill. -- Illinois county fairs had until Friday to submit reimbursement requests for rehabilitation work such as maintenance, construction and insurance costs.
  • Viking River Cruises reportedly looking at Hannibal as future riverboat stop

    Viking River Cruises reportedly looking at Hannibal as future riverboat stop

    Saturday, March 28 2015 1:37 AM EDT2015-03-28 05:37:47 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Tourism officials in Hannibal and Quincy, Ill., are celebrating the news that Viking River Cruises is planning to launch passenger cruises on the Mississippi River in 2017, with Hannibal a likely featured stop.
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Tourism officials in Hannibal and Quincy, Ill., are celebrating the news that Viking River Cruises is planning to launch passenger cruises on the Mississippi River in 2017, with Hannibal a likely featured stop.
  • Homeward Bound Waggin receives $5,000 grant from ASPCA

    Homeward Bound Waggin receives $5,000 grant from ASPCA

    Friday, March 27 2015 7:05 PM EDT2015-03-27 23:05:26 GMT
    Homeward Bound Waggin Inc. was one of more than 20 animal rescue organizations that received grant funding to participate in the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (APSCA) Share the Love...
    Homeward Bound Waggin Inc. was one of more than 20 animal rescue organizations that received grant funding to participate in the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (APSCA) Share the Love...
  • Quincy man charged with neglect in wife's death

    Quincy man charged with neglect in wife's death

    Friday, March 27 2015 6:39 PM EDT2015-03-27 22:39:52 GMT
    A Quincy man has been arrested and charged with neglect of a disabled person in connection with the death of his wife earlier this month. Derek L. Decker, 49, was arrested Monday by Quincy police after an investigation found that he failed to properly care for his disabled wife, Lori. He is being held in the Adams County Jail on $75,000 bond.
    A Quincy man has been arrested and charged with neglect of a disabled person in connection with the death of his wife earlier this month. Derek L. Decker, 49, was arrested Monday by Quincy police after an investigation found that he failed to properly care for his disabled wife, Lori. He is being held in the Adams County Jail on $75,000 bond.

  • Voters in Clark County, several Northeast Missouri towns to decide on local use tax

    Voters in Clark County, several Northeast Missouri towns to decide on local use tax

    Sunday, March 29 2015 2:38 AM EDT2015-03-29 06:38:02 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- One Northeast Missouri county and a handful of communities and taxing districts will ask voters April 7 to approve a local use tax or continue collecting sales tax on the titling of items purchased out of state.
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  • Quincy one of 16 finalists for 10 All-America City awards

    Quincy one of 16 finalists for 10 All-America City awards

    Tuesday, March 31 2015 2:23 PM EDT2015-03-31 18:23:28 GMT
    National recognition could be part of Quincy's yearlong 175th anniversary celebration. Quincy has been named one of 16 finalists for 10 All-America City awards being presented in June. City officials made the announcement during a news conference Tuesday at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. 
    National recognition could be part of Quincy's yearlong 175th anniversary celebration. Quincy has been named one of 16 finalists for 10 All-America City awards being presented in June. City officials made the announcement during a news conference Tuesday at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. 
  • Kuida new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital

    Kuida new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital

    Tuesday, March 31 2015 12:00 PM EDT2015-03-31 16:00:37 GMT
    Elliot Kuida is the new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital. Kuida is responsible for all hospital operations and will report to Maureen Kahn, the president and chief executive officer of Blessing Health System. 
    Elliot Kuida is the new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital. Kuida is responsible for all hospital operations and will report to Maureen Kahn, the president and chief executive officer of Blessing Health System. 
  • Brothers bringing Chicago-style food to Quincy

    Brothers bringing Chicago-style food to Quincy

    Tuesday, March 31 2015 11:42 AM EDT2015-03-31 15:42:29 GMT
    Two brothers hope to open Windy City Steak ‘n Lemonade within the next two weeks at 5313 Oak Street.
    Two brothers hope to open Windy City Steak ‘n Lemonade within the next two weeks at 5313 Oak Street.
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  • Your Turn with ... Robin Walker

    Your Turn with ... Robin Walker

    Sunday, March 29 2015 1:19 AM EDT2015-03-29 05:19:19 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... onstage hearing the roar of the applause because I was so funny-looking I automatically made people laugh. What would you rather be doing right now? Making an audience laugh, working...
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... onstage hearing the roar of the applause because I was so funny-looking I automatically made people laugh. What would you rather be doing right now? Making an audience laugh, working...
  • Your Turn with ... Brian Gallaher

    Your Turn with ... Brian Gallaher

    Sunday, March 22 2015 12:35 AM EDT2015-03-22 04:35:32 GMT
    Brian Gallaher, 44, is chief of the Mount Sterling Fire Department, Brown County Fire Protection District and Brown County Ambulance Service. 
    Brian Gallaher, 44, is chief of the Mount Sterling Fire Department, Brown County Fire Protection District and Brown County Ambulance Service. 
  • YOUR TURN: Laura McReynolds

    YOUR TURN: Laura McReynolds

    Monday, March 16 2015 11:23 AM EDT2015-03-16 15:23:04 GMT
    Laura McReynolds, 45, is a wife, mother, daughter and friend working to live a Christ-centered life. She didn't grow up here, but her kids are and her husband did, and she calls Quincy home. Professionally, she helps people protect their financial future, and as a radio host, she educates listeners on WGEM's "Act2 and You."
    Laura McReynolds, 45, is a wife, mother, daughter and friend working to live a Christ-centered life. She didn't grow up here, but her kids are and her husband did, and she calls Quincy home. Professionally, she helps people protect their financial future, and as a radio host, she educates listeners on WGEM's "Act2 and You."
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