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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Monday
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Thunderstorms developing late

Tuesday
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Morning showers and thunderstorms

Wednesday
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Mostly sunny

Thursday
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Partly cloudy with a stray thunderstorm

Friday
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Scattered thunderstorms possible

Saturday
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Scattered thunderstorms

Sunday
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Cloudy

Currently in Quincy as of

  • 72°(Feels like 72°)
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  • Wind: SSE @ 9 mph
  • Barometer: 29.87 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:42:39 am
  • Sunset: 08:22:57 pm
  • Humidity: 78
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Monday
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Mostly cloudy

Tuesday
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Thunderstorms, some may contain heavy rain

Wednesday
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A few clouds

Thursday
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Friday
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Morning showers and thunderstorms

Saturday
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Scattered thunderstorms

Sunday
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Mostly cloudy

Currently in Macomb as of

  • 69°(Feels like 69°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: S @ 9 mph
  • Barometer: 29.9 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:37:58 am
  • Sunset: 08:21:35 pm
  • Humidity: 91
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

Monday
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Showers and thunderstorms

Tuesday
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Morning showers and thunderstorms

Wednesday
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Partly cloudy

Thursday
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A few thunderstorms possible

Friday
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A few thunderstorms possible

Saturday
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A few thunderstorms possible

Sunday
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Mostly cloudy

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 70°(Feels like 70°)
  • Scattered Clouds
  • Wind: SE @ 6 mph
  • Barometer: 29.9 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:41:02 am
  • Sunset: 08:19:34 pm
  • Humidity: 85
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Monday
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  • 82°
  • 67°

Showers and thunderstorms

Tuesday
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Thunderstorms early

Wednesday
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Mix of sun and clouds

Thursday
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A few thunderstorms possible

Friday
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Scattered thunderstorms

Saturday
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A few thunderstorms possible

Sunday
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Mostly cloudy

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 72°(Feels like 72°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: SE @ 7 mph
  • Barometer: 29.85 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:43:30 am
  • Sunset: 08:22:30 pm
  • Humidity: 73
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

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Dorothy Reinebach poses for a portrait with a picture of her late son, LeRoy Peter, on Friday at her home in Quincy. Reinebach said LeRoy, who was killed in Vietnam in 1968. | H-W Photo/Phil Carlson Dorothy Reinebach poses for a portrait with a picture of her late son, LeRoy Peter, on Friday at her home in Quincy. Reinebach said LeRoy, who was killed in Vietnam in 1968. | H-W Photo/Phil Carlson

Memory of son killed in Vietnam 47 years ago remains strong for Quincy woman

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Dorothy and representatives from 16 other families who have lost loved ones in war will be recognized Monday at Paloma Veterans Memorial Park as part of the town's annual Memorial Day program. The event starts at 11:30 a.m.
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Illini Community Hospital goes back to roots in naming geriatric psych unit

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Illini Community Hospital is returning to its roots in naming its newest facility. The 10-bed geriatric psychiatric unit slated to open in October will be named Worthington Square Geriatric Behavioral Health Service in tribute to the family whose generosity helped the dream of a hospital become a reality in 1938.
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Beshears to succeed Brown at Blessing-Rieman

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Torn between pursuing a career in nursing or education when she graduated from high school in 1971, Brenda Beshears ultimately chose the former. Eventually, she combined it with the latter. Beshears was named the new president and chief executive officer of Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing on Tuesday, effective Aug. 3. Beshears will succeed Dr. Pam Brown, who directed Blessing-Rieman for 18 years. More>>

Three held in parental child abduction case

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A report of a parental child abduction in Quincy on Friday led to the arrest of three men in Macon County, Mo.  More>>

Scholz wants to be spokesman for organ donation after life-saving liver transplant

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Chuck Scholz believes he has "a second chance" at life after getting a liver transplant on Feb. 13 to replace his own liver, which was failing due to cancer. Doctors gave the former Quincy mayor "a great report" on April 15, releasing him to do a little light activity. Scholz wants to use his newfound energy to become a spokesman for organ and tissue donation.

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Mendon School Board approves name change for elementary school

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Mendon Elementary School will have a new name starting July 1. The Mendon School Board decided Wednesday to change the school's name to Unity Elementary School. The new name will align more closely with the district's other attendance centers -- Unity High School and Unity Middle School.
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Exchange Club's Flags of Honor to begin on Memorial Day

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The Quincy Exchange Club's Flags of Honor program will begin Monday, May 25. A flag will be placed in each subscriber's yard on Memorial Day, Flag Day, the Fourth of July and Labor Day for $30. Flags will be placed by the QHS football team after sunrise and removed just before sunset. More>>

Pikeland facing $300,000-plus shortfall in education fund

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Quincy waiting on response on expansive sewer project

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Nearly two years after the city of Quincy submitted a plan to reduce the amount of wastewater going straight into the Mississippi River after heavy storms, it's unknown whether it will be accepted. Jeffrey Conte, director of utilities and engineering, said the city has received no formal comments from either the Illinois or federal Environmental Protection Agencies.
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Quincy man who started Newcomb blaze gets 10-year prison sentence

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After avoiding prison for his role in burning down the historic Newcomb Hotel in September 2013, Mathew Clark wasn't as fortunate Thursday. More>>

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  • Nauvoo committees studying use of elementary school site

    Nauvoo committees studying use of elementary school site

    Sunday, May 17 2015 12:20 AM EDT2015-05-17 04:20:10 GMT
    NAUVOO, Ill. -- Two Nauvoo committees see the need for a new home for the library, tourism office, food pantry and city services, but they don't agree on the location. One group wants the elementary school renovated for those purposes, while the other proposes a new building on a portion of the school site bought by the city in January.
    NAUVOO, Ill. -- Two Nauvoo committees see the need for a new home for the library, tourism office, food pantry and city services, but they don't agree on the location. One group wants the elementary school renovated for those purposes, while the other proposes a new building on a portion of the school site bought by the city in January.

  • Man involved in failed Adams County Jail break heads to prison

    Man involved in failed Adams County Jail break heads to prison

    Thursday, May 21 2015 9:07 PM EDT2015-05-22 01:07:54 GMT
    Had Nicholas Ray not been involved in a failed escape of the Adams County Jail, his sentencing hearing Thursday in Adams County Circuit Court would have been much different.
    Had Nicholas Ray not been involved in a failed escape of the Adams County Jail, his sentencing hearing Thursday in Adams County Circuit Court would have been much different.
  • Celebrating 25 years in Quincy: 'The Dunk' favorite memory of Macker organizer

    Celebrating 25 years in Quincy: 'The Dunk' favorite memory of Macker organizer

    Thursday, May 21 2015 12:32 PM EDT2015-05-21 16:32:09 GMT
    When asked what the greatest moment in Gus Macker history in Quincy might be, Scott McNeal did not have to think twice. When the Gus Macker 3-on-3 basketball tournament invades the streets surrounding Washington Park on Saturday and Sunday for its 25th year, bringing thousands of players and spectators downtown, there is a good chance that anyone connected with the hoopla back in 2008 will, at some point, bring that moment up in conversation as they reminisce about the silver anniversary.
    When asked what the greatest moment in Gus Macker history in Quincy might be, Scott McNeal did not have to think twice. When the Gus Macker 3-on-3 basketball tournament invades the streets surrounding Washington Park on Saturday and Sunday for its 25th year, bringing thousands of players and spectators downtown, there is a good chance that anyone connected with the hoopla back in 2008 will, at some point, bring that moment up in conversation as they reminisce about the silver anniversary.
  • JWCC switches providers for online courses, will save $250,000

    JWCC switches providers for online courses, will save $250,000

    Thursday, May 21 2015 10:48 AM EDT2015-05-21 14:48:39 GMT
    The John Wood Community College Board of Trustees approved a contract for a new online learning management system Wednesday night. The board authorized administration to enter into a five-year, $244,932 contract with Canvas Instructure of Salt Lake City, Utah, to become JWCC's new learning management system (LMS) provider for online course delivery.
    The John Wood Community College Board of Trustees approved a contract for a new online learning management system Wednesday night. The board authorized administration to enter into a five-year, $244,932 contract with Canvas Instructure of Salt Lake City, Utah, to become JWCC's new learning management system (LMS) provider for online course delivery.
  • 12 Hours of Giving designed to beef up Red Cross blood supplies before summer

    12 Hours of Giving designed to beef up Red Cross blood supplies before summer

    Thursday, May 21 2015 9:13 AM EDT2015-05-21 13:13:27 GMT
    A spokesman for the American Red Cross said Friday's 10th annual 12 Hours of Giving is designed to be proactive in nature. With summer approaching, donors of all blood types are needed, especially O negative, A negative and B negative. Eligible donors are encouraged to make an appointment to donate, but walk-ins are also welcome.
    A spokesman for the American Red Cross said Friday's 10th annual 12 Hours of Giving is designed to be proactive in nature. With summer approaching, donors of all blood types are needed, especially O negative, A negative and B negative. Eligible donors are encouraged to make an appointment to donate, but walk-ins are also welcome.
  • Civic Center starts planning for tourism grants

    Civic Center starts planning for tourism grants

    Thursday, May 21 2015 9:01 AM EDT2015-05-21 13:01:04 GMT
    The Quincy Civic Center Authority is moving forward with plans to start offering grants to support organizers that bring or expand events that would entice people to stay in hotels. The authority agreed to allocate $18,000 for the grants when it approved its $1.5 million budget in April.
    The Quincy Civic Center Authority is moving forward with plans to start offering grants to support organizers that bring or expand events that would entice people to stay in hotels. The authority agreed to allocate $18,000 for the grants when it approved its $1.5 million budget in April.
  • Brothers sent to prison after admitting to beating man

    Brothers sent to prison after admitting to beating man

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 10:28 PM EDT2015-05-21 02:28:17 GMT
    Two Quincy men were sent to prison Wednesday after they admitted to severely beating their roommate. Dillon T. Wexell, 27, and Shiloh T. Sparks, 24, each were sentenced to three years in the Illinois Department of Corrections by Judge Scott Walden during a hearing in Adams County Circuit Court. Wexell and Sparks, who are brothers, pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated battery with great bodily harm. 
    Two Quincy men were sent to prison Wednesday after they admitted to severely beating their roommate. Dillon T. Wexell, 27, and Shiloh T. Sparks, 24, each were sentenced to three years in the Illinois Department of Corrections by Judge Scott Walden during a hearing in Adams County Circuit Court. Wexell and Sparks, who are brothers, pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated battery with great bodily harm. 

  • Man facing prison after admitting to performing sex act near school

    Man facing prison after admitting to performing sex act near school

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 9:54 PM EDT2015-05-21 01:54:40 GMT
    A Jacksonville man admitted to performing a sexual act while watching students get off the bus near a Quincy school last fall. Larry J. Ryan Jr., 47, faces up to 4 1/2 years in prison at a June 22 sentencing hearing in front of Judge Scott Walden after he pleaded guilty to one count of public indecency, a Class 4 felony. 
    A Jacksonville man admitted to performing a sexual act while watching students get off the bus near a Quincy school last fall. Larry J. Ryan Jr., 47, faces up to 4 1/2 years in prison at a June 22 sentencing hearing in front of Judge Scott Walden after he pleaded guilty to one count of public indecency, a Class 4 felony. 
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield to outsource simple claims

    Blue Cross Blue Shield to outsource simple claims

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 11:44 AM EDT2015-05-20 15:44:23 GMT
    Workers at the Blue Cross Blue Shield processing center in Quincy have been told that routine claims processing will be outsourced in the next two years, but the company denied rumors that local jobs will be eliminated. "There is no clear determination on the staffing level," said Michael Deering, senior director of media and public relations for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois.
    Workers at the Blue Cross Blue Shield processing center in Quincy have been told that routine claims processing will be outsourced in the next two years, but the company denied rumors that local jobs will be eliminated. "There is no clear determination on the staffing level," said Michael Deering, senior director of media and public relations for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois.
  • Driver crashes after becoming ill

    Driver crashes after becoming ill

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 11:14 AM EDT2015-05-20 15:14:15 GMT
    A Quincy driver crashed about 7:20 a.m. Tuesday at 24th and Chestnut after becoming ill. The Quincy Police reported that Timothy D. Harshman, 57, of 714 S. Ninth, was driving a 2011 Kia north on 24th.
    A Quincy driver crashed about 7:20 a.m. Tuesday at 24th and Chestnut after becoming ill. The Quincy Police reported that Timothy D. Harshman, 57, of 714 S. Ninth, was driving a 2011 Kia north on 24th.
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  • Humphrey's grandfather clarifies immunity comments

    Humphrey's grandfather clarifies immunity comments

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 3:24 PM EDT2015-05-20 19:24:21 GMT
    A day after saying that a family friend had received immunity for providing information to police in the investigation into the shooting death of 12-year-old Ray Humphrey Jr., the boy's grandfather is clarifying his comments.
    A day after saying that a family friend had received immunity for providing information to police in the investigation into the shooting death of 12-year-old Ray Humphrey Jr., the boy's grandfather is clarifying his comments.
  • Homebank, Bank of Quincy merge operations

    Homebank, Bank of Quincy merge operations

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 10:34 AM EDT2015-05-20 14:34:19 GMT
    Customers should notice little changes if federal regulators approve the merging of Bank of Quincy and Homebank. The sister companies have agreed to file an application with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Federal Reserve Bank in St. Louis to merge banking operations. Upon approval, Bank of Quincy would take on the Homebank name.
    Customers should notice little changes if federal regulators approve the merging of Bank of Quincy and Homebank. The sister companies have agreed to file an application with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Federal Reserve Bank in St. Louis to merge banking operations. Upon approval, Bank of Quincy would take on the Homebank name.
  • Springfield woman replacing Payson farmer as IPPA executive director

    Springfield woman replacing Payson farmer as IPPA executive director

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 9:51 AM EDT2015-05-20 13:51:26 GMT
    A Springfield woman will take over the Illinois Pork Producers Association's top job starting July 1. Jennifer Tirey comes to the IPPA's executive director's job from a similar post with the Illinois Council on Best Management Practices. Tim Maiers, a Payson farmer, will continue as the organization's interim executive director and help with the transition.
    A Springfield woman will take over the Illinois Pork Producers Association's top job starting July 1. Jennifer Tirey comes to the IPPA's executive director's job from a similar post with the Illinois Council on Best Management Practices. Tim Maiers, a Payson farmer, will continue as the organization's interim executive director and help with the transition.
  • Pittsfield clearing way for potential JWCC site

    Pittsfield clearing way for potential JWCC site

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 9:13 AM EDT2015-05-20 13:13:34 GMT
    The Pittsfield City Council took the first step Tuesday toward clearing the way for a potential new home for John Wood Community College. Aldermen gave first-reading approval to an ordinance change allowing educational facilities in areas zoned I-1, which includes the city-owned, former Brown Shoe site.
    The Pittsfield City Council took the first step Tuesday toward clearing the way for a potential new home for John Wood Community College. Aldermen gave first-reading approval to an ordinance change allowing educational facilities in areas zoned I-1, which includes the city-owned, former Brown Shoe site.
  • Quincy crashes decrease in April

    Quincy crashes decrease in April

    Tuesday, May 19 2015 11:20 AM EDT2015-05-19 15:20:38 GMT
    Crashes on Quincy city streets saw a slight drop during April. There were 95 reported collisions during the month, down seven from March's total. There were 12 injuries from 11 accidents were injuries occurred. Officers made eight DUI arrests during the month. Two of those DUIs were involved in collisions. Police wrote 16 tickets for speeding and 11 for seat belt violations.
    Crashes on Quincy city streets saw a slight drop during April. There were 95 reported collisions during the month, down seven from March's total. There were 12 injuries from 11 accidents were injuries occurred. Officers made eight DUI arrests during the month. Two of those DUIs were involved in collisions. Police wrote 16 tickets for speeding and 11 for seat belt violations.

  • Nauvoo sidewalk, nature trail project links historic sites with uptown

    Nauvoo sidewalk, nature trail project links historic sites with uptown

    Tuesday, May 19 2015 11:03 AM EDT2015-05-19 15:03:34 GMT
    A new sidewalk snakes up the hill toward the Nauvoo Temple, part of a larger project designed to benefit residents and tourists while addressing pedestrian safety concerns. Mayor John McCarty said nearly all the planned new sidewalk is in place while work continues to build a nature trail as part of a project expected to cost more than $400,000.
    A new sidewalk snakes up the hill toward the Nauvoo Temple, part of a larger project designed to benefit residents and tourists while addressing pedestrian safety concerns. Mayor John McCarty said nearly all the planned new sidewalk is in place while work continues to build a nature trail as part of a project expected to cost more than $400,000.
  • Carthage summer meal program gearing up for second year with new sponsor

    Carthage summer meal program gearing up for second year with new sponsor

    Tuesday, May 19 2015 10:34 AM EDT2015-05-19 14:34:14 GMT
    State funding cuts led to a change in sponsor for a Carthage summer lunch program that is gearing up for its second year. The Illinois Coalition for Community Services had been set to sponsor the program again this year in partnership with Carthage Community Development, but the Coalition's budget was drastically cut.
    State funding cuts led to a change in sponsor for a Carthage summer lunch program that is gearing up for its second year. The Illinois Coalition for Community Services had been set to sponsor the program again this year in partnership with Carthage Community Development, but the Coalition's budget was drastically cut.
  • Appointment made to oversee four veterans homes

    Appointment made to oversee four veterans homes

    Tuesday, May 19 2015 10:01 AM EDT2015-05-19 14:01:17 GMT
    The Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs announced Monday that Lenard F. Winnicki was selected for the position that oversees four homes, including the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy. A veteran of the Air Force and the Illinois Air National Guard with almost 14 years of service, Winnicki brings 22 years of operations and health management experience.
    The Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs announced Monday that Lenard F. Winnicki was selected for the position that oversees four homes, including the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy. A veteran of the Air Force and the Illinois Air National Guard with almost 14 years of service, Winnicki brings 22 years of operations and health management experience.
  • Emerald ash borer treatment approved for 94 trees

    Emerald ash borer treatment approved for 94 trees

    Tuesday, May 19 2015 9:57 AM EDT2015-05-19 13:57:17 GMT
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    Ninety-four ash trees will be treated with a chemical that prevents infestation from the emerald ash borer. Trees "R" Us, a Wauconda-based company, will receive $8,925 to apply the injectable treatment to the trees on city right of way as part of the city's 12-year emerald ash borer management plan. The Quincy City Council approved the contract Monday night.
    Ninety-four ash trees will be treated with a chemical that prevents infestation from the emerald ash borer. Trees "R" Us, a Wauconda-based company, will receive $8,925 to apply the injectable treatment to the trees on city right of way as part of the city's 12-year emerald ash borer management plan. The Quincy City Council approved the contract Monday night.
  • PBS affiliate seeks donations to receive larger donation

    PBS affiliate seeks donations to receive larger donation

    Tuesday, May 19 2015 9:00 AM EDT2015-05-19 13:00:23 GMT
    A donor who wishes not to be identified has agreed to donate up to $300,000 to the public TV stations in Quincy and Macomb, but viewers will need to help. Jerold Gruebel, president and CEO of Network Knowledge, which operates WQEC in Quincy, WMEC in Macomb and WSEC in Springfield, said the donor will match $2 for every $1 donated. Viewers would need to contribute $150,000 to receive the entire donation.
    A donor who wishes not to be identified has agreed to donate up to $300,000 to the public TV stations in Quincy and Macomb, but viewers will need to help. Jerold Gruebel, president and CEO of Network Knowledge, which operates WQEC in Quincy, WMEC in Macomb and WSEC in Springfield, said the donor will match $2 for every $1 donated. Viewers would need to contribute $150,000 to receive the entire donation.
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  • Memorial service May 24 in Golden

    Memorial service May 24 in Golden

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 6:12 PM EDT2015-05-20 22:12:47 GMT
    GOLDEN, Ill. -- A Memorial Day service will be held at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, May 24, in Golden Memorial Garden conducted by the Golden American Legion. The Rev. Brad Eidson of Trinity Lutheran Church in Golden will be the...
    GOLDEN, Ill. -- A Memorial Day service will be held at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, May 24, in Golden Memorial Garden conducted by the Golden American Legion. The Rev. Brad Eidson of Trinity Lutheran Church in Golden will be the...
  • Free senior health fair to be held in Carthage May 27

    Free senior health fair to be held in Carthage May 27

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 4:54 PM EDT2015-05-20 20:54:11 GMT
    CARTHAGE, Ill. -- All seniors are invited to attend a free Senior Health Fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 27 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Carthage. This special event is held in conjunction with...
    CARTHAGE, Ill. -- All seniors are invited to attend a free Senior Health Fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 27 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Carthage. This special event is held in conjunction with...
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