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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Friday
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  • 80°
  • 62°

Clear

Saturday
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  • 83°
  • 65°

Sunny

Sunday
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  • 86°
  • 70°

Mainly sunny

Monday
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  • 84°
  • 64°

Scattered thunderstorms

Tuesday
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  • 79°
  • 63°

Thunderstorms early

Wednesday
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  • 79°
  • 67°

Mix of sun and clouds

Thursday
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  • 82°
  • 69°

Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

Currently in Quincy as of

  • 63°(Feels like 63°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: NNE @ 3 mph
  • Barometer: 29.97 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:41:23 am
  • Sunset: 08:38:13 pm
  • Humidity: 87
  • Visibility: 9 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Saturday
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  • 82°
  • 62°

Mainly sunny

Sunday
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  • 84°
  • 65°

A few clouds

Monday
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  • 85°
  • 65°

Thunderstorms developing in the afternoon

Tuesday
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  • 76°
  • 59°

Morning clouds followed by afternoon sun

Wednesday
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  • 74°
  • 59°

Times of sun and clouds

Thursday
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  • 78°
  • 63°

Scattered thunderstorms

Friday
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  • 82°
  • 66°

Showers and thunderstorms late

Currently in Macomb as of

  • 58°(Feels like 58°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: @ 0 mph
  • Barometer: 30 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:37:04 am
  • Sunset: 08:36:50 pm
  • Humidity: 99
  • Visibility: 5 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

Friday
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  • 78°
  • 60°

Mainly clear

Saturday
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  • 82°
  • 64°

Abundant sunshine

Sunday
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  • 85°
  • 67°

More sun than clouds

Monday
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  • 85°
  • 67°

A few thunderstorms possible

Tuesday
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  • 77°
  • 63°

Morning thunderstorms

Wednesday
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  • 76°
  • 64°

Cloudy

Thursday
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  • 80°
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Times of sun and clouds

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 64°(Feels like 64°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: @ 0 mph
  • Barometer: 29.97 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:39:52 am
  • Sunset: 08:34:45 pm
  • Humidity: 91
  • Visibility: 7 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Friday
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  • 80°
  • 60°

Mainly clear

Saturday
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  • 84°
  • 64°

Sunshine

Sunday
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  • 87°
  • 69°

More sun than clouds

Monday
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  • 87°
  • 66°

A few thunderstorms possible

Tuesday
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  • 78°
  • 63°

Mix of sun and clouds

Wednesday
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  • 77°
  • 66°

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Thursday
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  • 82°
  • 67°

Partly cloudy

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 63°(Feels like 63°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: N @ 3 mph
  • Barometer: 29.98 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:42:19 am
  • Sunset: 08:37:41 pm
  • Humidity: 88
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

Regional Conditions

Quincy
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Macomb
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Pittsfield
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Hannibal
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Wet weather making planting, growing soybeans difficult

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Once worried about a drought this year, Ely farmer Jim Underhill now has something completely different on his mind. Wet weather has prevented many Missouri farmers -- but not Underhill -- from planting soybeans, and some of whats been planted isnt faring well. Theres a real thin line around Monroe City that some of us farmers got done planting, Underhill said. More>>

Perry leaders start planning early for celebration of 150th anniversary

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Repair of U.S. 61 bridge over Salt River to start Monday, continue into November

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Deck repair on the bridge over the Salt River is set to begin Monday and continue through mid-November.  More>>

All Wars Museum to have July 4 program for Korean War veterans

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The All Wars Museum at the Illinois Veterans Home will present a brief program on the 1950 Chosin Reservoir Campaign (Korean War) at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 4. More>>

HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Shoeless Joe’s golf outing raises more than $71,000

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The recent Shoeless Joes Celebrity Golf Classic raised more than $71,000 toward the Hannibal Regional Hospital Foundations year-long Legacy campaign.The Legacy campaign raises funds to support future projects through the foundations endowment. To date, the campaign has raised more $130,000. More>>

Here’s mud in your eye — at National Tom Sawyer Days

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While the Y Men’s Mud Volleyball Tournament is always a big hit at National Tom Sawyer Days, it is not the only big attraction that will bring more than 100,000 people to America’s hometown. The event opened Wednesday and ends Sunday. More>>

SLIDESHOW & EVENTS SCHEDULE: National Tom Sawyer Days

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National Tom Sawyer Days continues through Sunday in Hannibal, Mo. More>>

Spiegelhoff taking CEO position with YMCA in DeKalb

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Mark Spiegelhoff, the CEO of the Quincy Family YMCA, is leaving to take a similar position with the Kishwaukee Family YMCA in DeKalb. An announcement on Spiegelhoffs new position is posted on the Kishwaukee Family YMCA website. More>>

HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Hannibal Clinic doctors take part in pivotal lung research

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Two Hannibal Clinic doctors have been recognized for their participation in research involving interstitial lung disease, a chronic progressive lung fibrosis that results in acute respiratory failure and death.The findings were published in the June edition of Lancet Respiratory Medicine. More>>

Hannibal man, 99, enjoys participation in Cannibal race

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Bob Richards doesn't do anything half-heartedly.That includes the Hannibal Cannibal, an annual race with a route that strikes fear into the hearts of even the most experienced runners and walkers.But at 99, Richards doesnt break a sweat. More>>

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  • Law enforcement basketball game to benefit Honor Flight

    Law enforcement basketball game to benefit Honor Flight

    Friday, July 3 2015 10:46 AM EDT2015-07-03 14:46:24 GMT
    In his role as a deputy with the Lewis County (Mo.) Sheriffs Department, Patrick Hollensteiner deals with military veterans. Hollensteiner also holds the Great River Honor Flight program in high regard.To help veterans and the Honor Flight program, Hollensteiner has organized a fundraiser he hopes will help veterans experience a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Washington D.C.
    In his role as a deputy with the Lewis County (Mo.) Sheriffs Department, Patrick Hollensteiner deals with military veterans. Hollensteiner also holds the Great River Honor Flight program in high regard.To help veterans and the Honor Flight program, Hollensteiner has organized a fundraiser he hopes will help veterans experience a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Washington D.C.
  • Donations being sought for 17th annual Back-to-School Help Fair

    Donations being sought for 17th annual Back-to-School Help Fair

    Friday, July 3 2015 10:12 AM EDT2015-07-03 14:12:26 GMT
    Donations already are rolling in for the 17th annual Back-to-School Help Fair, but more cash, clothing and school supplies will be needed in coming weeks to meet the demand during the Aug. 8 event at First Baptist Church, 739 N. Eighth.
    Donations already are rolling in for the 17th annual Back-to-School Help Fair, but more cash, clothing and school supplies will be needed in coming weeks to meet the demand during the Aug. 8 event at First Baptist Church, 739 N. Eighth.
  • Nursing home camera bill awaits governor's signature

    Nursing home camera bill awaits governor's signature

    Friday, July 3 2015 10:02 AM EDT2015-07-03 14:02:03 GMT
    A bill that would allow video and audio monitoring in Illinois nursing homes is sitting on the desk of Gov. Bruce Rauner, and local nursing home administrators are concerned about it.The law would allow nursing home residents and their families to place monitoring devices in their rooms to ensure safety and well-being.
    A bill that would allow video and audio monitoring in Illinois nursing homes is sitting on the desk of Gov. Bruce Rauner, and local nursing home administrators are concerned about it.The law would allow nursing home residents and their families to place monitoring devices in their rooms to ensure safety and well-being.
  • Effects of bird flu leave local restaurants eggs-asperated

    Effects of bird flu leave local restaurants eggs-asperated

    Friday, July 3 2015 8:46 AM EDT2015-07-03 12:46:47 GMT
    Breakfast is boffo box office at the Coach House restaurant. "We serve breakfast all day long," said Al Ebel, one of the Quincy eatery's owners. That means the Coach House serves a lot of eggs, and those eggs have been much more expensive in recent weeks as the trickle-down effect of an outbreak of the H5N2 avian flu virus -- the "bird flu" -- begins to reach consumers.
    Breakfast is boffo box office at the Coach House restaurant. "We serve breakfast all day long," said Al Ebel, one of the Quincy eatery's owners. That means the Coach House serves a lot of eggs, and those eggs have been much more expensive in recent weeks as the trickle-down effect of an outbreak of the H5N2 avian flu virus -- the "bird flu" -- begins to reach consumers.
  • Guide to area July 4 celebrations

    Guide to area July 4 celebrations

    Thursday, July 2 2015 4:52 PM EDT2015-07-02 20:52:29 GMT
    Several fireworks displays are taking place Thursday through Saturday in the Tri-State region. Here's where you can celebrate Independence Day with family and friends.
    Several fireworks displays are taking place Thursday through Saturday in the Tri-State region. Here's where you can celebrate Independence Day with family and friends.
  • Commission denies Grain Belt Express plan for electric transmission lines

    Commission denies Grain Belt Express plan for electric transmission lines

    Thursday, July 2 2015 11:20 AM EDT2015-07-02 15:20:26 GMT
    Property owners who opposed the Grain Belt Express direct current transmission line were celebrating Wednesdays ruling against the project by the Missouri Public Service Commission.Commission members voted 3-2 to reject the private companys plans for a transmission line to connect wind generation units in Kansas with a grid in Indiana.
    Property owners who opposed the Grain Belt Express direct current transmission line were celebrating Wednesdays ruling against the project by the Missouri Public Service Commission.Commission members voted 3-2 to reject the private companys plans for a transmission line to connect wind generation units in Kansas with a grid in Indiana.
  • New bridge on Mo. 168 ready to open; construction took 43 days

    New bridge on Mo. 168 ready to open; construction took 43 days

    Thursday, July 2 2015 10:40 AM EDT2015-07-02 14:40:32 GMT
    Clear Creek Bridge on Mo. 168 north of Hannibal is scheduled to open Thursday afternoon.The bridge has been closed for replacement since April 20. Missouri Department of Transportation officials say the 80-year-old, one-lane bridge was upgraded in a project that accessed matching federal funds.
    Clear Creek Bridge on Mo. 168 north of Hannibal is scheduled to open Thursday afternoon.The bridge has been closed for replacement since April 20. Missouri Department of Transportation officials say the 80-year-old, one-lane bridge was upgraded in a project that accessed matching federal funds.
  • 'Tom and Becky' fondly recall year as iconic characters

    'Tom and Becky' fondly recall year as iconic characters

    Thursday, July 2 2015 9:57 AM EDT2015-07-02 13:57:38 GMT
    John Maune and Riley Stevenson said they've learned a lot about themselves and their hometown during their year as Hannibal's official ambassadors.Maune and Stevenson were named winners of the Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher contest during National Tom Sawyer Days last year, and they've started to look back as they prepare to pass the torch to two new contestants on Saturday.
    John Maune and Riley Stevenson said they've learned a lot about themselves and their hometown during their year as Hannibal's official ambassadors.Maune and Stevenson were named winners of the Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher contest during National Tom Sawyer Days last year, and they've started to look back as they prepare to pass the torch to two new contestants on Saturday.
  • Attorney: Quincy police had alleged shooter in custody for 16 hours day after incident before releasing him

    Attorney: Quincy police had alleged shooter in custody for 16 hours day after incident before releasing him

    Thursday, July 2 2015 9:53 AM EDT2015-07-02 13:53:41 GMT
    The man accused of killing a 12-year-old Quincy boy in March was in the custody of Quincy police for 16 hours the day after the shooting before he was released. Steson L. Crider, 20, was a passenger in a 1999 Chrysler driven by his half brother Stefan K. Crider III, 24, that was pulled over by Sgt. Randy Wheeler at 1:20 a.m. on March 29 after it had left Town and Country Inn and Suites. 
    The man accused of killing a 12-year-old Quincy boy in March was in the custody of Quincy police for 16 hours the day after the shooting before he was released. Steson L. Crider, 20, was a passenger in a 1999 Chrysler driven by his half brother Stefan K. Crider III, 24, that was pulled over by Sgt. Randy Wheeler at 1:20 a.m. on March 29 after it had left Town and Country Inn and Suites. 
  • Community comes together in wake of shootings in 'a broken world'

    Community comes together in wake of shootings in 'a broken world'

    Thursday, July 2 2015 9:13 AM EDT2015-07-02 13:13:08 GMT
    The Rev. Chuck Sackett provided a somber reminder why Wednesday nights special service at Madison Park Christian Church proved necessary. We live in a broken world, said Sackett, the longtime pastor at Madison Park, whose sanctuary was a refuge for a turnout of about 300 looking for answers in the wake of the June 17 shootings of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney.
    The Rev. Chuck Sackett provided a somber reminder why Wednesday nights special service at Madison Park Christian Church proved necessary. We live in a broken world, said Sackett, the longtime pastor at Madison Park, whose sanctuary was a refuge for a turnout of about 300 looking for answers in the wake of the June 17 shootings of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney.
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  • Semi-truck flips in Pike County after brakes fail

    Semi-truck flips in Pike County after brakes fail

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 1:25 PM EDT2015-07-01 17:25:49 GMT
    A tractor-trailer rig flipped onto its side Tuesday when its brakes failed, the driver said.The Pike County Sheriffs Department reports that Daniel Murphy, 32, of Winchester was driving a 2001 Sterling semi-truck west on Interstate 72. As Murphy attempted to stop at the intersection of County Highway 3, he said the brakes did not work.
    A tractor-trailer rig flipped onto its side Tuesday when its brakes failed, the driver said.The Pike County Sheriffs Department reports that Daniel Murphy, 32, of Winchester was driving a 2001 Sterling semi-truck west on Interstate 72. As Murphy attempted to stop at the intersection of County Highway 3, he said the brakes did not work.
  • Survey results to guide branding strategy for Quincy and Adams County

    Survey results to guide branding strategy for Quincy and Adams County

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 1:22 PM EDT2015-07-01 17:22:41 GMT
    North Star Destination Strategies said Quincy and Adams County completed 2,218 surveys as part of a branding campaign.
    North Star Destination Strategies said Quincy and Adams County completed 2,218 surveys as part of a branding campaign.
  • Herald-Whig wins 16 awards in Illinois Press Association contest

    Herald-Whig wins 16 awards in Illinois Press Association contest

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 12:47 PM EDT2015-07-01 16:47:33 GMT
    The Herald-Whig received 16 editorial awards -- including six first-place finishes -- in the Illinois Press Association "Best of the Press" 2014 contest.
    The Herald-Whig received 16 editorial awards -- including six first-place finishes -- in the Illinois Press Association "Best of the Press" 2014 contest.
  • Hester resigns as manager of Quincy Regional Airport

    Hester resigns as manager of Quincy Regional Airport

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 11:07 AM EDT2015-07-01 15:07:21 GMT
    Quincy Regional Airport Manager Jarred Hester suddenly resigned Tuesday after less than two years on the job. Mayor Kyle Moore said Hester’s resignation had nothing to do with a 2014 marketing campaign that involved the purchase of more than $4,300 worth of airline tickets to help the airport reach 10,000 passengers for the year, which some aldermen have questioned in recent weeks, or with an FAA investigation into processes at the airport. 
    Quincy Regional Airport Manager Jarred Hester suddenly resigned Tuesday after less than two years on the job. Mayor Kyle Moore said Hester’s resignation had nothing to do with a 2014 marketing campaign that involved the purchase of more than $4,300 worth of airline tickets to help the airport reach 10,000 passengers for the year, which some aldermen have questioned in recent weeks, or with an FAA investigation into processes at the airport. 
  • Committee recommends city keep Cape Air service for two years

    Committee recommends city keep Cape Air service for two years

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 11:04 AM EDT2015-07-01 15:04:25 GMT
    Passenger air service provider Cape Air received a recommendation Tuesday from the Aeronautics Committee to continue providing flights between St. Louis and Quincy for two years, but it also was challenged to find a way to offer service to Chicago when the service is bid again. If selected later this year by the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Hyannis, Mass.-based carrier will provide 36 weekly flights to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
    Passenger air service provider Cape Air received a recommendation Tuesday from the Aeronautics Committee to continue providing flights between St. Louis and Quincy for two years, but it also was challenged to find a way to offer service to Chicago when the service is bid again. If selected later this year by the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Hyannis, Mass.-based carrier will provide 36 weekly flights to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
  • Lifeguard shortage forces Wavering pool to close for holiday weekend

    Lifeguard shortage forces Wavering pool to close for holiday weekend

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 10:53 AM EDT2015-07-01 14:53:28 GMT
    Quincy residents will have only one public pool option for most of the Fourth of July holiday weekend.The Quincy Park District announced on Tuesday afternoon that it would have to close the Wavering Aquatic Center on Saturday and Sunday — July 4-5 — because of a lack of lifeguards. 
    Quincy residents will have only one public pool option for most of the Fourth of July holiday weekend.The Quincy Park District announced on Tuesday afternoon that it would have to close the Wavering Aquatic Center on Saturday and Sunday — July 4-5 — because of a lack of lifeguards. 
  • Volunteers help flood victims bounce back in Edina

    Volunteers help flood victims bounce back in Edina

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 10:49 AM EDT2015-07-01 14:49:23 GMT
    A week after flood waters hit several Edina businesses, the community is talking about the small town spirit that rose as the water receded.It would be hard to recover without good volunteer help, but thats one of the great things about living in a small town: People help each other, Mayor David Strickler said.
    A week after flood waters hit several Edina businesses, the community is talking about the small town spirit that rose as the water receded.It would be hard to recover without good volunteer help, but thats one of the great things about living in a small town: People help each other, Mayor David Strickler said.
  • Illinois Democrats propose one-month budget

    Illinois Democrats propose one-month budget

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 10:32 AM EDT2015-07-01 14:32:18 GMT
    At the stroke of midnight there was no budget in place for Illinois. Democrats who control the Legislature have proposed a one-month budget for core services. Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has said he wont sign a stopgap measure that does not fix problems that have created a financial crisis for the state.
    At the stroke of midnight there was no budget in place for Illinois. Democrats who control the Legislature have proposed a one-month budget for core services. Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has said he wont sign a stopgap measure that does not fix problems that have created a financial crisis for the state.
  • Program lets Quincy police connect with public over coffee

    Program lets Quincy police connect with public over coffee

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 10:18 AM EDT2015-07-01 14:18:19 GMT
    As soon as Jackson Fitzsimmons saw Sgt. Shannon Pilkington on Tuesday morning, he pointed at him and told him he was having breakfast with him.Pilkington then sat and talked with Jackson, 15, and his mother, Mary Fitzsimmons, as Jackson ate at the McDonalds restaurant at 1301 Broadway.
    As soon as Jackson Fitzsimmons saw Sgt. Shannon Pilkington on Tuesday morning, he pointed at him and told him he was having breakfast with him.Pilkington then sat and talked with Jackson, 15, and his mother, Mary Fitzsimmons, as Jackson ate at the McDonalds restaurant at 1301 Broadway.
  • Quincy attorney approved as new circuit court judge

    Quincy attorney approved as new circuit court judge

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 10:07 AM EDT2015-07-01 14:07:51 GMT
    Scott Larson said few lawyers get into the profession with the intention of one day becoming a judge. At some point in time, you look and you kind of think, Hey, I might be able to do that, Larson said. Seeing someone like Judge (Scott) Walden on the bench definitely makes you aspire to (become a judge).
    Scott Larson said few lawyers get into the profession with the intention of one day becoming a judge. At some point in time, you look and you kind of think, Hey, I might be able to do that, Larson said. Seeing someone like Judge (Scott) Walden on the bench definitely makes you aspire to (become a judge).
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  • YOUR TURN: Jan Barrett

    YOUR TURN: Jan Barrett

    Sunday, June 28 2015 1:31 AM EDT2015-06-28 05:31:22 GMT
    Jan Barrett, 63, is a certified Iyengar yoga instructor who says she's in love with the practice, the teaching, her students, her husband Michael Smart and 23-year-old daughter Caroline Barrett Smart, writing and her home in the country. She is director of Redbud Yoga, which is 21 years old this year.
    Jan Barrett, 63, is a certified Iyengar yoga instructor who says she's in love with the practice, the teaching, her students, her husband Michael Smart and 23-year-old daughter Caroline Barrett Smart, writing and her home in the country. She is director of Redbud Yoga, which is 21 years old this year.
  • YOUR TURN: Becky Dickinson

    YOUR TURN: Becky Dickinson

    Sunday, June 21 2015 1:06 AM EDT2015-06-21 05:06:21 GMT
    Becky Dickinson, 56, is the office manager at Western Illinois Electrical Coop. She grew up on a farm near Carthage, married her husband Matt and then moved away. They had the chance to come back to Carthage when their sons were in grade school, and she's very glad they did. Becky and Matt have been married for almost 35 years and have two sons, Jon (married to Kathleen) and Tyler with a grandchild due before Christmas.
    Becky Dickinson, 56, is the office manager at Western Illinois Electrical Coop. She grew up on a farm near Carthage, married her husband Matt and then moved away. They had the chance to come back to Carthage when their sons were in grade school, and she's very glad they did. Becky and Matt have been married for almost 35 years and have two sons, Jon (married to Kathleen) and Tyler with a grandchild due before Christmas.
  • YOUR TURN: Ann Pflibsen

    YOUR TURN: Ann Pflibsen

    Ann Pflibsen, 59, is the owner of Simply Sewing Inc., which sells Husqvarna Viking sewing machines. She loves sewing and sharing her experience with others. She also does the accounting for her husband's business, Dan's Auto Care Inc.
    Ann Pflibsen, 59, is the owner of Simply Sewing Inc., which sells Husqvarna Viking sewing machines. She loves sewing and sharing her experience with others. She also does the accounting for her husband's business, Dan's Auto Care Inc.
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