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7-Day Forecast: Macomb

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Currently in Macomb as of

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  • Wind: S @ 12 mph
  • Barometer: 30.10 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:47
  • Sunset: 19:05
  • Humidity: 47%
  • UV Index: 10.00

7-Day Forecast: Jacksonville

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Currently in Jacksonville as of

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  • Wind: SE @ 10 mph
  • Barometer: 30.10 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:46
  • Sunset: 19:03
  • Humidity: 49%
  • UV Index: 10.00

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

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Currently in Pittsfield as of

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  • Wind: SSE @ 9 mph
  • Barometer: 30.10 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:48
  • Sunset: 19:05
  • Humidity: 46%
  • UV Index: 10.00

7-Day Forecast: Quincy

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Currently in Quincy as of

  • 72°(Feels like 72°)
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  • Wind: S @ 8 mph
  • Barometer: 30.08 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:50
  • Sunset: 19:07
  • Humidity: 53%
  • UV Index: 10.00

7-Day Forecast: Kirksville

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Currently in Kirksville as of

  • 72°(Feels like 72°)
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  • Wind: S @ 13 mph
  • Barometer: 30.06 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:55
  • Sunset: 19:12
  • Humidity: 61%
  • UV Index: 10.00

7-Day Forecast: Keokuk Municipal

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Currently in Keokuk as of

  • 73°(Feels like 73°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: S @ 10 mph
  • Barometer: 30.06 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:50
  • Sunset: 19:08
  • Humidity: 57%
  • UV Index: 10.00

Regional Conditions

Macomb
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Quincy
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Kirksville
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Keokuk
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Gems still lose money, but not as much, during final season owned by Civic Center Authority

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The Quincy Civic Center Authority still lost money in its final season of operating the Quincy Gems, but not nearly as much as it did last year. Financial reports made available during Wednesday's monthly meeting... More>>

Illinois Veterans Home gets $1.69 million in new funding for sprinkler upgrades

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The Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy will benefit from a $1.69 million state allocation to upgrade the sprinkler systems in several buildings. The funding was announced Thursday by Gov. Pat Quinn as part of a package of... More>>

Folk Life Festival to show how people lived in earlier generations

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The 19th annual Folk Life Festival from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Quincy Museum, 1601 Maine, will show visitors how people lived in previous generations. Barbara Wilkinson-Fletcher, the museum's executive... More>>

Family Fun Day in Palmyra moved from Fourth of July weekend to Sept. 20

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PALMYRA, Mo. -- July heat and coinciding summer activities have prompted a seasonal move for the third annual Family Fun Day in Palmyra. Chairman Mary Schaible said she opted to push the event from the Fourth of July... More>>

Quality of life, cost of living top-ranked in second annual business survey

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Quality of life and cost of living remain Quincy's greatest strengths, according to results from a survey conducted by the Great River Economic Development Foundationn in partnership with the city of Quincy and the Adams County Board. More>>

Southeastern senior named for second time to National FFA Chorus

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AUGUSTA, Ill. -- Tucker Lee was the first Southeastern student to sing in the National FFA Chorus. Now he's the first to do it twice. Tucker, a senior, was one of six Illinois FFA members chosen to participate in... More>>

'Tough choices had to be made': Nixon explains school funding fight during visit to Highland

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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon stressed to Highland Junior-Senior High School students Thursday they face tough educational standards and global workforce competition, but students returned the pressure by asking the governor about withholding education funding and a potential presidential bid. More>>

Following dad's suggestion takes Payson teen to national FFA band

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Seymour High School junior Lane Harmon admits he had doubts about joining FFA. "My dad kept telling me I'd love it. I didn't believe him," Lane said. Then Lane's dad said the magic words to sway his music-loving son - the possibility of making the National FFA Band. More>>

Fire severely damages Hannibal home

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HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A small home in the 900 block of Fulton Avenue was severely damaged by fire Thursday morning, but no one was injured. The occupant, Debra Wilson, was not at home when the fire was reported to the... More>>

Lovelace's next court appearance pushed back to Oct. 9

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A Quincy lawyer accused of first-degree murder in the 2006 death of his wife had his next court appearance pushed back a day. Curtis T. Lovelace, 45, will make his first appearance with counsel Oct. 9, a day later than... More>>

JWCC trustees extend enterprise zone in Scott County

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Adams County Ambulance to celebrate 40 years of service Saturday

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The Adams County Ambulance and Emergency Medical Services will celebrate its 40th year of service with a celebration starting at 4 p.m. Saturday at Wavering Park in Quincy. A picnic-style chicken supper will be served at... More>>

No new meetings for police, fire contracts; two sides likely headed to arbitration

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Contract negotiations between the city of Quincy and unions representing the police officers and firefighters are at a standstill, and the two sides are likely headed to arbitration.
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Couple escapes uninjured, but fire heavily damages longtime home

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A fire heavily damaged the longtime home of Marvin and Doris Koch late Tuesday night near Liberty. The couple was at home at the time and escaped without injury. Payson-Fall Creek Fire Chief Gary Frye said the fire started in the stairwell to the second story of the house at 604 E. 1800th St. in Liberty. More>>

Mark Twain Casino facing $7,500 fine for not fixing promotional glitch

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The Missouri Gaming Commission is proposing disciplinary action against Mark Twain Casino for failing to fix a technical problem with the way slot machine points were credited to patrons' accounts during two special promotions last year. More>>

Hannibal public schools see fourth straight year of enrollment gains

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HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Hannibal School District recorded its fourth consecutive year of enrollment increases in 2014-15, building off a major slump in 2010-11. Superintendent Susan Johnson announced enrollment figures at... More>>

Water service to be shut off Thursday in part of downtown Quincy

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Water service will be stopped Thursday, Sept. 18, for an area in downtown Quincy. Customers on Second Street from Hampshire to Vermont, Third Street from Broadway to Vermont and Vermont from Front to Third will have no... More>>

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  • Quincy driver injured in Tuesday morning crash north of Clayton

    Quincy driver injured in Tuesday morning crash north of Clayton

    Wednesday, September 17 2014 4:04 PM EDT2014-09-17 20:04:19 GMT
    CLAYTON, Ill. -- A Quincy driver was injured in a rollover accident at 7:47 a.m. Tuesday north of Clayton. Jessica S. Magliocco, 33, was taken by Adams County Ambulance to Blessing Hospital for treatment. The Adams...
    CLAYTON, Ill. -- A Quincy driver was injured in a rollover accident at 7:47 a.m. Tuesday north of Clayton. Jessica S. Magliocco, 33, was taken by Adams County Ambulance to Blessing Hospital for treatment. The Adams...
  • Ameren Illinois upgrades part of $3.5B improvement plan

    Ameren Illinois upgrades part of $3.5B improvement plan

    Wednesday, September 17 2014 12:42 PM EDT2014-09-17 16:42:15 GMT
    Ameren Illinois is making millions of dollars in upgrades to its electric and natural gas systems in West-Central Illinois as part of a five-year, $3.5 billion improvement plan. Some of the upgrades already have been...
    Ameren Illinois is making millions of dollars in upgrades to its electric and natural gas systems in West-Central Illinois as part of a five-year, $3.5 billion improvement plan. Some of the upgrades already have been...
  • Pittsfield council donates lot for Higbee memorial

    Pittsfield council donates lot for Higbee memorial

    Wednesday, September 17 2014 12:38 PM EDT2014-09-17 16:38:31 GMT
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- Plans for a proposed Higbee School memorial moved a step forward Tuesday when the Pittsfield City Council agreed to donate a vacant lot on the corner of Jackson and Jefferson streets to the Pike County...
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- Plans for a proposed Higbee School memorial moved a step forward Tuesday when the Pittsfield City Council agreed to donate a vacant lot on the corner of Jackson and Jefferson streets to the Pike County...
  • Quincy retail sales climb during spring and summer

    Quincy retail sales climb during spring and summer

    Wednesday, September 17 2014 11:43 AM EDT2014-09-17 15:43:28 GMT
    Quincy retail sales surged in June, and retailers say they've seen a good rebound after harsh winter weather slowed sales for the first three months of the year. "We're going to end up above last year's...
    Quincy retail sales surged in June, and retailers say they've seen a good rebound after harsh winter weather slowed sales for the first three months of the year. "We're going to end up above last year's...
  • New digital piano lab opening musical doors for St. Dominic students

    New digital piano lab opening musical doors for St. Dominic students

    Wednesday, September 17 2014 10:43 AM EDT2014-09-17 14:43:53 GMT
    Students at Quincy's St. Dominic School are getting more exposure to music through a newly created digital piano lab. The lab was developed over the summer by Nan Wood, the school's music teacher and technology coordinator. She bought two digital pianos at an auction, and two other pianos were donated. Wood then received a grant to buy display tables for the pianos, benches, sustain pedals and new sheet music from beginner to advanced levels.
    Students at Quincy's St. Dominic School are getting more exposure to music through a newly created digital piano lab. The lab was developed over the summer by Nan Wood, the school's music teacher and technology coordinator. She bought two digital pianos at an auction, and two other pianos were donated. Wood then received a grant to buy display tables for the pianos, benches, sustain pedals and new sheet music from beginner to advanced levels.
  • Hannibal Police Department to retire police dog Charger because of health issues

    Hannibal Police Department to retire police dog Charger because of health issues

    Wednesday, September 17 2014 9:42 AM EDT2014-09-17 13:42:43 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Hannibal City Council voted Tuesday to retire a 7-year-old Hannibal Police Department canine and release him to his partner. Police Chief Lyndell Davis said German shepherd Charger is suffering from...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Hannibal City Council voted Tuesday to retire a 7-year-old Hannibal Police Department canine and release him to his partner. Police Chief Lyndell Davis said German shepherd Charger is suffering from...
  • Discover Nature program teaches youngsters about fishing

    Discover Nature program teaches youngsters about fishing

    Wednesday, September 17 2014 9:21 AM EDT2014-09-17 13:21:41 GMT
    With a string and hook in hand, Missouri Department of Conservation volunteer Quintin Heaton asked a group of youngsters gathered at the Clover Road Christian Church pond a question that would set off the rest of the evening. "Who's ready to learn?" he asked. The students, ages 7 to 15, were about to begin the second of four fishing lessons sponsored by the MDC's Discover Nature program.
    With a string and hook in hand, Missouri Department of Conservation volunteer Quintin Heaton asked a group of youngsters gathered at the Clover Road Christian Church pond a question that would set off the rest of the evening. "Who's ready to learn?" he asked. The students, ages 7 to 15, were about to begin the second of four fishing lessons sponsored by the MDC's Discover Nature program.
  • Hannibal City Council approves purchase of fire engine

    Hannibal City Council approves purchase of fire engine

    Wednesday, September 17 2014 9:19 AM EDT2014-09-17 13:19:56 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Hannibal City Council greenlighted the purchase of a multimillion-dollar fire engine Tuesday after concerns over the outcome of last week's Missouri Legislature veto session seemed to lessen. The...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Hannibal City Council greenlighted the purchase of a multimillion-dollar fire engine Tuesday after concerns over the outcome of last week's Missouri Legislature veto session seemed to lessen. The...
  • Long John Silver's, open in Quincy since 1976, closes

    Long John Silver's, open in Quincy since 1976, closes

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 6:01 PM EDT2014-09-16 22:01:02 GMT
    The Quincy Long John Silver's restaurant closed Monday night after nearly 40 years in business. Alice Stevenson, area manager with Blue Springs, Mo.-based Summit Restaurant Group, said the restaurant at 3005 Broadway “sold its last piece of fish” at 8 p.m.
    The Quincy Long John Silver's restaurant closed Monday night after nearly 40 years in business. Alice Stevenson, area manager with Blue Springs, Mo.-based Summit Restaurant Group, said the restaurant at 3005 Broadway “sold its last piece of fish” at 8 p.m.
  • Clark County Mule Festival set for Sept. 19-21

    Clark County Mule Festival set for Sept. 19-21

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 1:45 PM EDT2014-09-16 17:45:37 GMT
    KAHOKA, Mo. -- Mike Schantz said making good mules requires three things: a good mare, a good jack and plenty of time with the donkey-horse hybrids. "The more you work with them, the more they become one with you," he...
    KAHOKA, Mo. -- Mike Schantz said making good mules requires three things: a good mare, a good jack and plenty of time with the donkey-horse hybrids. "The more you work with them, the more they become one with you," he...
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  • Happy feet, every week: Seniors have flocked to Admiral Coontz center for weekly dances for 40 years

    Happy feet, every week: Seniors have flocked to Admiral Coontz center for weekly dances for 40 years

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 1:35 PM EDT2014-09-16 17:35:02 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. An old country song cuts through the humidity in the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center on a recent Wednesday, as it has for nearly 40 years. The stickiness doesn't seem to bother Russell Heindselman....
    HANNIBAL, Mo. An old country song cuts through the humidity in the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center on a recent Wednesday, as it has for nearly 40 years. The stickiness doesn't seem to bother Russell Heindselman....
  • No decision yet on 48th, State intersection

    No decision yet on 48th, State intersection

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:36 AM EDT2014-09-16 14:36:48 GMT
    Discussions on how the city of Quincy and Adams County will update the intersection at 48th and State continue more than two months after a plan to reduce lanes of traffic along the north-south corridor was shelved. ...
    Discussions on how the city of Quincy and Adams County will update the intersection at 48th and State continue more than two months after a plan to reduce lanes of traffic along the north-south corridor was shelved. ...
  • Hannibal teen charged with theft, assaulting officer

    Hannibal teen charged with theft, assaulting officer

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:06 AM EDT2014-09-16 14:06:34 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A Hannibal woman was arrested on Sunday after she allegedly assaulted a police officer. A news release from the Hannibal Police Department said Breanna M. Sparks, 18, was arrested after police were...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A Hannibal woman was arrested on Sunday after she allegedly assaulted a police officer. A news release from the Hannibal Police Department said Breanna M. Sparks, 18, was arrested after police were...
  • Spontaneous combustion blamed in Veterans Home coffee shop fire

    Spontaneous combustion blamed in Veterans Home coffee shop fire

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:00 AM EDT2014-09-16 14:00:29 GMT
    Spontaneous combustion caused a fire Monday in the Smith Hall Coffee Shop at the Illinois Veterans Home. Quincy firefighters were dispatched the scene at 6 p.m. after a report of smoke coming from the rear of the single-story brick building. The fire was extinguished in about five minutes.
    Spontaneous combustion caused a fire Monday in the Smith Hall Coffee Shop at the Illinois Veterans Home. Quincy firefighters were dispatched the scene at 6 p.m. after a report of smoke coming from the rear of the single-story brick building. The fire was extinguished in about five minutes.
  • Aldermen approve purchase of equipment to paint airport runways

    Aldermen approve purchase of equipment to paint airport runways

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 9:25 AM EDT2014-09-16 13:25:46 GMT
    Staff at the Quincy Regional Airport can now repaint runaways and taxiways after the Quincy City Council approved the purchase of equipment Monday. The city will spend $15,447 for a Graco LineLazer IV 250SPS striping...
    Staff at the Quincy Regional Airport can now repaint runaways and taxiways after the Quincy City Council approved the purchase of equipment Monday. The city will spend $15,447 for a Graco LineLazer IV 250SPS striping...
  • Northeast Missouri man charged in stabbing death of his service dog

    Northeast Missouri man charged in stabbing death of his service dog

    Monday, September 15 2014 12:11 PM EDT2014-09-15 16:11:03 GMT
    KIRKSVILLE, Mo. (AP) - A northeast Missouri man is charged with animal abuse for allegedly stabbing a pit bull to death. The Kirksville Daily Express reports that 29-year-old Jeffrey Lynn Vance of Kirksville is jailed on the felony charge.
    KIRKSVILLE, Mo. (AP) - A northeast Missouri man is charged with animal abuse for allegedly stabbing a pit bull to death. The Kirksville Daily Express reports that 29-year-old Jeffrey Lynn Vance of Kirksville is jailed on the felony charge.
  • Falls Prevention Seminar designed for older adults and their families

    Falls Prevention Seminar designed for older adults and their families

    Monday, September 15 2014 10:04 AM EDT2014-09-15 14:04:27 GMT
    Rella Salmon is a prime example of why the Falls Prevention Seminar set for Sept. 22 is an important event for older adults, their families and caretakers. Salmon is 101 years old, and she'll gladly remind you she...
    Rella Salmon is a prime example of why the Falls Prevention Seminar set for Sept. 22 is an important event for older adults, their families and caretakers. Salmon is 101 years old, and she'll gladly remind you she...
  • Frericks promoted to Quincy Park District's top spot

    Frericks promoted to Quincy Park District's top spot

    Monday, September 15 2014 9:58 AM EDT2014-09-15 13:58:58 GMT
    The Quincy Park Board stayed in house with its selection for a new executive director for the Quincy Park District, hiring Director of Parks Rome Frericks during a special board meeting on Monday morning. Frericks, 37, has been with the Park District for more than nine years and has been the Director of Parks since October.
    The Quincy Park Board stayed in house with its selection for a new executive director for the Quincy Park District, hiring Director of Parks Rome Frericks during a special board meeting on Monday morning. Frericks, 37, has been with the Park District for more than nine years and has been the Director of Parks since October.
  • Christian message finds young audience at clowning workshop in Palmyra

    Christian message finds young audience at clowning workshop in Palmyra

    Monday, September 15 2014 9:55 AM EDT2014-09-15 13:55:40 GMT
    The Rev. Randy Christensen spent Sunday morning clowning around with friends at Mission Hill Baptist Church, but that's hardly unusual for the Minnesota-based pastor. Christensen and a troupe of brightly dressed cohorts performed for the Palmyra church's youngest parishioners to mark the completion of a four-day clowning workshop.
    The Rev. Randy Christensen spent Sunday morning clowning around with friends at Mission Hill Baptist Church, but that's hardly unusual for the Minnesota-based pastor. Christensen and a troupe of brightly dressed cohorts performed for the Palmyra church's youngest parishioners to mark the completion of a four-day clowning workshop.
  • Rowers will take on river in pair of weekend races

    Rowers will take on river in pair of weekend races

    Monday, September 15 2014 9:23 AM EDT2014-09-15 13:23:18 GMT
    Organizer Ray Thomas is not concerned about the recent rise of the Mississippi River and how it could affect the Quincy Five Miler and the Bear Creek Grunt on Sept. 20-21. The race is open to all types of watercraft, such as rowboats, kayaks and canoes.
    Organizer Ray Thomas is not concerned about the recent rise of the Mississippi River and how it could affect the Quincy Five Miler and the Bear Creek Grunt on Sept. 20-21. The race is open to all types of watercraft, such as rowboats, kayaks and canoes.
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  • Galen pens novel about husband and wife spies

    Galen pens novel about husband and wife spies

    Sunday, September 14 2014 6:00 AM EDT2014-09-14 10:00:16 GMT
    "Lord and Lady Spy" This week at the Quincy Public Library the No. 1 book is "Lord and Lady Spy" by Shana Galen. Lord Smythe, Adrian Galloway, thought his wife was a mousy thing, content to hide behind her spectacles and...
    "Lord and Lady Spy" This week at the Quincy Public Library the No. 1 book is "Lord and Lady Spy" by Shana Galen. Lord Smythe, Adrian Galloway, thought his wife was a mousy thing, content to hide behind her spectacles and...
  • CHECK IT OUT by the Staff of the Quincy Public Library

    CHECK IT OUT by the Staff of the Quincy Public Library

    Sunday, September 7 2014 6:00 AM EDT2014-09-07 10:00:14 GMT
    "That Night" The staff's No. 1 book this week at the Quincy Public Library is "That Night" by Chevy Stevens. Toni Murphy spent the last 15 years of her life in prison for the murder of her sister; a crime she...
    "That Night" The staff's No. 1 book this week at the Quincy Public Library is "That Night" by Chevy Stevens. Toni Murphy spent the last 15 years of her life in prison for the murder of her sister; a crime she...
  • On the Street: Facebook love for softball team, Rauner's decision and Cross visit

    On the Street: Facebook love for softball team, Rauner's decision and Cross visit

    Saturday, September 6 2014 5:11 PM EDT2014-09-06 21:11:38 GMT
    MAKING AN IMPRESSION: The Quincy Junior High School softball team was commended by the Colchester Police Department on its Facebook page after playing a game there on Tuesday. "To the Quincy middle school softball team...
    MAKING AN IMPRESSION: The Quincy Junior High School softball team was commended by the Colchester Police Department on its Facebook page after playing a game there on Tuesday. "To the Quincy middle school softball team...
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  • Your Turn with ... Sarah Fernandez

    Your Turn with ... Sarah Fernandez

    Saturday, September 13 2014 1:35 AM EDT2014-09-13 05:35:30 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a veterinarian. I liked dogs and cats. What would you rather be doing right now? Knitting or quilting. Shhhhhh! Don't tell anyone that ... I have a tote bag fetish. It really...
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a veterinarian. I liked dogs and cats. What would you rather be doing right now? Knitting or quilting. Shhhhhh! Don't tell anyone that ... I have a tote bag fetish. It really...
  • Your Turn with ... Brandon Thomsen

    Your Turn with ... Brandon Thomsen

    Friday, August 29 2014 8:00 PM EDT2014-08-30 00:00:46 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... My mother thought I would be a criminal. It turns out I needed an "outlet." I knew early on I needed to be a "theater professional." What would you rather be doing right now? Be in...
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... My mother thought I would be a criminal. It turns out I needed an "outlet." I knew early on I needed to be a "theater professional." What would you rather be doing right now? Be in...
  • On the Street: Brush with greatness, nerdy fans

    On the Street: Brush with greatness, nerdy fans

    Sunday, April 7 2013 12:45 AM EDT2013-04-07 04:45:05 GMT
    CELEBRITY WATCH: While in Kansas City to watch the Culver-Stockton College men's basketball team play in the NAIA Division I national tournament, C-SC athletic director Greg McVey and women's soccer
    CELEBRITY WATCH: While in Kansas City to watch the Culver-Stockton College men's basketball team play in the NAIA Division I national tournament, C-SC athletic director Greg McVey and women's soccer coach Tyler...
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