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7-Day Forecast: Macomb

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Currently in Macomb as of

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7-Day Forecast: Jacksonville

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Currently in Jacksonville as of

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7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

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Currently in Quincy as of

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7-Day Forecast: Kirksville

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7-Day Forecast: Keokuk Municipal

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Currently in Keokuk as of

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  • Sunrise: 06:50
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Ameren Illinois upgrades part of $3.5B improvement plan

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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... More>>

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>>

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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Quincy driver injured in Tuesday morning crash north of Clayton

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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... More>>

Pittsfield council donates lot for Higbee memorial

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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... More>>

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  • Couple escapes uninjured, but fire heavily damages longtime home

    Couple escapes uninjured, but fire heavily damages longtime home

    Thursday, September 18 2014 10:42 AM EDT2014-09-18 14:42:40 GMT
    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.
    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.
  • 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.
  • Louisiana man receives seven-year prison term for burglary

    Louisiana man receives seven-year prison term for burglary

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 1:37 PM EDT2014-09-16 17:37:47 GMT
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- A 33-year-old Louisiana, Mo., man was sentenced Monday in Pike County Circuit Court in Pittsfield to seven years in the Illinois Department of Corrections on a burglary charge. Isiah L. Hoskins was...
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- A 33-year-old Louisiana, Mo., man was sentenced Monday in Pike County Circuit Court in Pittsfield to seven years in the Illinois Department of Corrections on a burglary charge. Isiah L. Hoskins was...
  • 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...
  • 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.
  • Work on $5.5 million medical office building progressing in Carthage

    Work on $5.5 million medical office building progressing in Carthage

    Monday, September 15 2014 9:19 AM EDT2014-09-15 13:19:32 GMT
    The check may have been symbolic, but the progress is real on the new $5.5 million medical office building for Memorial Hospital Association in Carthage. Concrete is poured and the framework for walls is in place for the new 25,000-square-foot building, which is designed to offer chemotherapy stations, exam rooms for provider-based services and visiting specialists and facilities for public training programs.
    The check may have been symbolic, but the progress is real on the new $5.5 million medical office building for Memorial Hospital Association in Carthage. Concrete is poured and the framework for walls is in place for the new 25,000-square-foot building, which is designed to offer chemotherapy stations, exam rooms for provider-based services and visiting specialists and facilities for public training programs.
  • Third TEC campaign aims to generate $35,000

    Third TEC campaign aims to generate $35,000

    Sunday, September 14 2014 1:25 AM EDT2014-09-14 05:25:49 GMT
    Brady Frericks says the annual Great River Teens Encounter Christ fundraiser has done all it was designed to -- and then some. Frericks, who chairs the annual campaign and is a member of the TEC Board of Directors and...
    Brady Frericks says the annual Great River Teens Encounter Christ fundraiser has done all it was designed to -- and then some. Frericks, who chairs the annual campaign and is a member of the TEC Board of Directors and...
  • Scenes from 1800s enacted at Frontier Settlement Day on Quinsippi Island

    Scenes from 1800s enacted at Frontier Settlement Day on Quinsippi Island

    Sunday, September 14 2014 1:23 AM EDT2014-09-14 05:23:42 GMT
    Tyler Dougherty had trouble deciding what activity was his favorite part of Frontier Settlement Day on Saturday at Quinsippi Island. "My favorite thing was watching the guy who was making fire. I guess playing games and...
    Tyler Dougherty had trouble deciding what activity was his favorite part of Frontier Settlement Day on Saturday at Quinsippi Island. "My favorite thing was watching the guy who was making fire. I guess playing games and...
  • JWCC petitions to run for board seats available starting Monday

    JWCC petitions to run for board seats available starting Monday

    Saturday, September 13 2014 2:05 AM EDT2014-09-13 06:05:50 GMT
    Nominating petitions to run for two seats on the John Wood Community College Board will be available at the Quincy campus at 48th and Harrison beginning Monday. Two seats on the board will be filled in the April 7...
    Nominating petitions to run for two seats on the John Wood Community College Board will be available at the Quincy campus at 48th and Harrison beginning Monday. Two seats on the board will be filled in the April 7...
  • Drop in farmland prices around state hasn't hit Western Illinois yet

    Drop in farmland prices around state hasn't hit Western Illinois yet

    Friday, September 12 2014 10:24 AM EDT2014-09-12 14:24:03 GMT
    Farmland prices have dropped in Illinois, according to a statewide survey, but one local bank representative says prices are staying stable locally. "With a drop in commodity prices, we'll probably see a correction...
    Farmland prices have dropped in Illinois, according to a statewide survey, but one local bank representative says prices are staying stable locally. "With a drop in commodity prices, we'll probably see a correction...
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  • Liberty Village brings therapy care closer to home in Pittsfield

    Liberty Village brings therapy care closer to home in Pittsfield

    Friday, September 12 2014 10:09 AM EDT2014-09-12 14:09:34 GMT
    Judy Whewell knows all about the value of physical therapy. She went through therapy two years ago after a total knee replacement, and the Bluffs woman is working with a therapist at Liberty Village after foot surgery last month. A therapy gym that opened this spring at the Pittsfield facility brings that care closer to home.
    Judy Whewell knows all about the value of physical therapy. She went through therapy two years ago after a total knee replacement, and the Bluffs woman is working with a therapist at Liberty Village after foot surgery last month. A therapy gym that opened this spring at the Pittsfield facility brings that care closer to home.
  • Anniversary of attacks a time for area first responders to remember

    Anniversary of attacks a time for area first responders to remember

    Friday, September 12 2014 9:53 AM EDT2014-09-12 13:53:50 GMT
    Sept. 11 is a day of reflection for first responders. They stop to remember what happened on the date in 2001 when thousands of people, including many first responders, lost their lives in terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, Pa. It's also become a day to honor first responders. Locally, the RSVP program delivered “Bundles of Thanks” to various agencies.
    Sept. 11 is a day of reflection for first responders. They stop to remember what happened on the date in 2001 when thousands of people, including many first responders, lost their lives in terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, Pa. It's also become a day to honor first responders. Locally, the RSVP program delivered “Bundles of Thanks” to various agencies.
  • Quincy University campaign seeks to raise $1 million for fifth straight year

    Quincy University campaign seeks to raise $1 million for fifth straight year

    Thursday, September 11 2014 9:42 AM EDT2014-09-11 13:42:29 GMT
    Quincy University launched its annual QU Fund campaign Wednesday by announcing a goal of raising at least $1 million for the fifth straight year. Last year's campaign netted a record $1,037,208 in pledges.
    Quincy University launched its annual QU Fund campaign Wednesday by announcing a goal of raising at least $1 million for the fifth straight year. Last year's campaign netted a record $1,037,208 in pledges.
  • School officials offer information, answer questions about $89 million bond issue

    School officials offer information, answer questions about $89 million bond issue

    Thursday, September 11 2014 8:56 AM EDT2014-09-11 12:56:57 GMT
    An attentive crowd showed up Wednesday night for the first of four public forums focusing on the Quincy School District's proposed $89 million bond issue, and organizers were pleased to see so much interest. "The turnout was better than we expected, and I thought the questions were well thought out," said George Crickard, chairman of the Committee for Building Quincy's Schools.
    An attentive crowd showed up Wednesday night for the first of four public forums focusing on the Quincy School District's proposed $89 million bond issue, and organizers were pleased to see so much interest. "The turnout was better than we expected, and I thought the questions were well thought out," said George Crickard, chairman of the Committee for Building Quincy's Schools.
  • Road agreement approved for Illinois Rivers transmission line project

    Road agreement approved for Illinois Rivers transmission line project

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 10:30 AM EDT2014-09-10 14:30:12 GMT
    The Adams County Board approved an agreement Tuesday that guarantees that any roads damaged during the construction of a 375-mile-long transmission line will be repaired. While the agreement with the Ameren Transmission...
    The Adams County Board approved an agreement Tuesday that guarantees that any roads damaged during the construction of a 375-mile-long transmission line will be repaired. While the agreement with the Ameren Transmission...
  • Vintage karts return to TNT Kartways

    Vintage karts return to TNT Kartways

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 9:36 AM EDT2014-09-10 13:36:33 GMT
    What started out as a novelty weekend 13 years ago has evolved into a local rite of late summer. And it's Gus Traeder's favorite time of the year. Traeder and his family-owned TNT Kartways in West Quincy, Mo., will play host to the 13th Vintage Kart Super Olympics and Show, scheduled for Thursday through Saturday.
    What started out as a novelty weekend 13 years ago has evolved into a local rite of late summer. And it's Gus Traeder's favorite time of the year. Traeder and his family-owned TNT Kartways in West Quincy, Mo., will play host to the 13th Vintage Kart Super Olympics and Show, scheduled for Thursday through Saturday.
  • Quincy man indicted on sex charge

    Quincy man indicted on sex charge

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 10:17 PM EDT2014-09-10 02:17:31 GMT
    A Quincy man has been indicted by an Adams County grand jury on a sex abuse charge. Ralph M. Ricucci, 70, is charged with one count of aggravated criminal sexual abuse in connection with a July 10 incident.
    A Quincy man has been indicted by an Adams County grand jury on a sex abuse charge. Ralph M. Ricucci, 70, is charged with one count of aggravated criminal sexual abuse in connection with a July 10 incident.
  • Three arrested on meth charges near Atlas

    Three arrested on meth charges near Atlas

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 7:19 PM EDT2014-09-09 23:19:23 GMT
    ATLAS, Ill. -- Three Pike County residents were arrested Sunday morning on methamphetamine charges after officers with the Pike County Sheriff's Department and West Central Illinois Task Force served a search warrant...
    ATLAS, Ill. -- Three Pike County residents were arrested Sunday morning on methamphetamine charges after officers with the Pike County Sheriff's Department and West Central Illinois Task Force served a search warrant...
  • Loraine beekeeper: 'It is a very sticky business, a sweet but sticky business'

    Loraine beekeeper: 'It is a very sticky business, a sweet but sticky business'

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 1:33 PM EDT2014-09-09 17:33:26 GMT
    LORAINE, Ill. Bernie Andrew's best advice to novice beekeepers is don't follow his example. Back in 1972, Andrew and his brother-in-law "thought we'd take up beekeeping as a hobby," Andrew said. "We did...
    LORAINE, Ill. Bernie Andrew's best advice to novice beekeepers is don't follow his example. Back in 1972, Andrew and his brother-in-law "thought we'd take up beekeeping as a hobby," Andrew said. "We did...
  • Liberty truck driver loses tractor

    Liberty truck driver loses tractor

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 9:22 AM EDT2014-09-09 13:22:44 GMT
    A Liberty pickup driver escaped injury but lost the tractor he was pulling on a trailer in an accident at 6:47 p.m. Monday west of the Quincy Regional Airport. The Adams County Sheriff's Department reported Andrew R....
    A Liberty pickup driver escaped injury but lost the tractor he was pulling on a trailer in an accident at 6:47 p.m. Monday west of the Quincy Regional Airport. The Adams County Sheriff's Department reported Andrew R....
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  • Gems still lose money, but not as much, during final season owned by Civic Center Authority

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

    Thursday, September 18 2014 12:00 PM EDT2014-09-18 16:00:36 GMT
    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 show the team lost $16,359 this season - considerably less than the $92,283 it lost last season.
    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...
  • Adams County Ambulance to celebrate 40 years of service Saturday

    Adams County Ambulance to celebrate 40 years of service Saturday

    Thursday, September 18 2014 11:33 AM EDT2014-09-18 15:33:11 GMT
    The Adams County Ambulance and Emergency Medical Services will celebrate its 40th year of service to the community with a celebration starting at 4 p.m. Saturday at Wavering Park in Quincy. A picnic-style chicken supper...
    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...
  • Couple escapes uninjured, but fire heavily damages longtime home

    Couple escapes uninjured, but fire heavily damages longtime home

    Thursday, September 18 2014 10:42 AM EDT2014-09-18 14:42:40 GMT
    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.
    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.
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  • Hannibal Clinic to host drug take-back Sept. 23

    Hannibal Clinic to host drug take-back Sept. 23

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 1:43 PM EDT2014-09-16 17:43:50 GMT
    HANNIBAL – Hannibal Clinic is teaming up with the Northeast Missouri Narcotics Task Force and the Drug Enforcement Administration to host a drug take-back from noon to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, at the clinic, 100 Medical...
    HANNIBAL – Hannibal Clinic is teaming up with the Northeast Missouri Narcotics Task Force and the Drug Enforcement Administration to host a drug take-back from noon to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, at the clinic, 100 Medical...
  • Flu shot clinic set for Wednesday at Senior Center, drive-thru clinic on Sunday at JWCC

    Flu shot clinic set for Wednesday at Senior Center, drive-thru clinic on Sunday at JWCC

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:00 AM EDT2014-09-16 14:00:06 GMT
    The Adams County Health Department will have a flu shot community clinic from 3-6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17, at the Quincy Senior Center, 639 York. A drive-thru...
    The Adams County Health Department will have a flu shot community clinic from 3-6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17, at the Quincy Senior Center, 639 York. A drive-thru...
  • WIEC safety fair set for Thursday in Carthage

    WIEC safety fair set for Thursday in Carthage

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 9:57 AM EDT2014-09-16 13:57:35 GMT
    Western Illinois Electrical Coop will sponsor its 21st annual safety fair on Thursday, Sept. 18 at the Hancock County Extension Center in Carthage. The fair's theme is "Living Smart-Keeping...
    Western Illinois Electrical Coop will sponsor its 21st annual safety fair on Thursday, Sept. 18 at the Hancock County Extension Center in Carthage. The fair's theme is "Living Smart-Keeping...
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