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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Tuesday
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  • 38°
  • 13°

Chance of showers

Wednesday
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  • 20°

Considerable cloudiness

Thursday
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  • 19°
  • 13°

Sunshine

Friday
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  • 39°
  • 25°

More sun than clouds

Saturday
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  • 41°
  • 30°

Abundant sunshine

Sunday
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  • 46°
  • 30°

Mostly sunny

Monday
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  • 44°
  • 22°

Abundant sunshine

Currently in Quincy as of

  • 29°(Feels like 19°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: SSE @ 13 mph
  • Barometer: 29.83 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:36:00 am
  • Sunset: 05:59:31 pm
  • Humidity: 89
  • Visibility: 4 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Tuesday
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  • 41°

Morning rain/ice mixed

Wednesday
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  • 19°
  • -3°

Morning clouds followed by afternoon sun

Thursday
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  • 19°

Abundant sunshine

Friday
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  • 43°
  • 27°

Plenty of sun

Saturday
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  • 42°
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Mostly sunny

Sunday
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  • 46°
  • 27°

A few clouds

Monday
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  • 45°
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Sunshine

Currently in Macomb as of

  • 28°(Feels like 18°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: SSE @ 13 mph
  • Barometer: 29.86 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:33:25 am
  • Sunset: 05:56:10 pm
  • Humidity: 99
  • Visibility: 4 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

Tuesday
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  • 45°
  • 13°

Afternoon showers

Wednesday
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  • 22°

Cloudy

Thursday
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  • 24°
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Abundant sunshine

Friday
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  • 46°
  • 28°

Mainly sunny

Saturday
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  • 46°
  • 27°

Sunshine

Sunday
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  • 50°
  • 32°

Plenty of sun

Monday
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  • 50°
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Sunshine

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 31°(Feels like 21°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: SE @ 12 mph
  • Barometer: 29.86 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:33:16 am
  • Sunset: 05:57:18 pm
  • Humidity: 85
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Tuesday
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  • 48°
  • 15°

Cloudy

Wednesday
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  • 24°

Considerable cloudiness

Thursday
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  • 26°
  • 17°

Mainly sunny

Friday
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  • 50°
  • 30°

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Saturday
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  • 48°
  • 28°

Sunshine

Sunday
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  • 52°
  • 31°

A few clouds

Monday
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  • 54°
  • 34°

Sunshine

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 32°(Feels like 24°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: SSE @ 10 mph, gusting to 21 mph
  • Barometer: 29.83 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:36:01 am
  • Sunset: 05:59:53 pm
  • Humidity: 87
  • Visibility: 7 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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Kevin Hollenstine, loader operator for Quincy's Department of Central Services, delivers a load of salt to a snow removal truck last week. | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt Kevin Hollenstine, loader operator for Quincy's Department of Central Services, delivers a load of salt to a snow removal truck last week. | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt

City likely to hold onto plan to add salt storage capacity at Central Services

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An idea to eliminate an inefficient process in the Department of Central Services looks to be shelved for at least the near future, as the city is looking at potential revenue cuts from the state. More>>

Matthew West, Colton Dixon headline April 3 concert at OLC

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Two-time Grammy nominee Matthew West and rising star Colton Dixon will headline what promises to be an insightful contemporary Christian concert April 3 at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. More>>

Grain Belt Express plans final public meetings

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Grain Belt Express will hold its last round of public meetings this week on a planned transmission line.
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Adams County sees huge drop in meth lab seizures, but 'ice' becoming more popular

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The good news for Adams County is that the number of methamphetamine lab seizures in the county during 2014 wasn't half of what it was the previous year. The bad news for the county is that the drug still has a grip on the area and is being used in a new form commonly called "ice."
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Pike County foundation spends half of its funding on basic-needs issues

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Jan Bleich doesn't have to look far to find individuals and families struggling to make ends meet. "Through all of our programs, I can say we see the face of poverty every day in Pike County," said Bleich, director of nursing with the Pike County Health Department. So does Patty McIntosh, executive director of the Health and Wellness Foundation of Pike County, who works with her board to allocate grant funding and provide additional support.

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MAKING ENDS MEET: Agency aid stretched as many struggle against poverty

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No matter how hard Lisa Dover tried, the money wouldn't stretch far enough. She had come so far in trying to become a licensed practical nurse to provide a better life for herself and her children, but couldn't come up with the $400 for the required test to get her license. Help came through Pike County Unmet Needs, which sees a growing number of requests like Dover's.

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  • Hannibal, Mo., man injured in rollover crash on I-172

    Hannibal, Mo., man injured in rollover crash on I-172

    Sunday, March 1 2015 1:00 AM EST2015-03-01 06:00:52 GMT
    A Hannibal, Mo., man suffered minor injuries after the car he was driving overturned Saturday on Interstate 172 south of Fall Creek. 
    A Hannibal, Mo., man suffered minor injuries after the car he was driving overturned Saturday on Interstate 172 south of Fall Creek. 
  • Communities, counties wait for axe to fall as state budget calls for cutting $600 million statewide

    Communities, counties wait for axe to fall as state budget calls for cutting $600 million statewide

    Sunday, March 1 2015 12:55 AM EST2015-03-01 05:55:59 GMT
    Communities in Illinois are in a holding pattern as they wait for lawmakers in Springfield to sort out the state's budget for the next fiscal year. At risk for the communities is half of the shared income tax revenue the state provides.
    Communities in Illinois are in a holding pattern as they wait for lawmakers in Springfield to sort out the state's budget for the next fiscal year. At risk for the communities is half of the shared income tax revenue the state provides.

  • Leadership Day lets students show off their Seven Habits training

    Leadership Day lets students show off their Seven Habits training

    Saturday, February 28 2015 1:18 AM EST2015-02-28 06:18:52 GMT
    QUINCY -- Amealia Fryer, a second-grader at Ellington School, demonstrated her leadership skills Friday by escorting a group of visitors through the school as part of Leadership Day. Amealia, 7, stopped at a bulletin board showcasing the Seven Habits leadership curriculum being taught at Ellington. She showed the visitors how the Seven Habits involve some basic guiding principles, such as "be proactive," "begin with the end in mind," and "think win-win."
    QUINCY -- Amealia Fryer, a second-grader at Ellington School, demonstrated her leadership skills Friday by escorting a group of visitors through the school as part of Leadership Day. Amealia, 7, stopped at a bulletin board showcasing the Seven Habits leadership curriculum being taught at Ellington. She showed the visitors how the Seven Habits involve some basic guiding principles, such as "be proactive," "begin with the end in mind," and "think win-win."

  • Woman back in custody after felony warrant from 1997 was discovered

    Woman back in custody after felony warrant from 1997 was discovered

    Saturday, February 28 2015 1:06 AM EST2015-02-28 06:06:21 GMT
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    Sharlene Liesen, 53, of 705 Dudley, Liberty, is being held in the Adams County Jail without bond after it was discovered she had an outstanding felony warrant from 1997. 
    Sharlene Liesen, 53, of 705 Dudley, Liberty, is being held in the Adams County Jail without bond after it was discovered she had an outstanding felony warrant from 1997. 
  • Three cited for selling tobacco to a minor during compliance check

    Three cited for selling tobacco to a minor during compliance check

    Saturday, February 28 2015 1:01 AM EST2015-02-28 06:01:38 GMT
    Three people were cited by the Quincy Police Department on Thursday for selling tobacco products to a minor during a compliance check with 24 vendors. 
    Three people were cited by the Quincy Police Department on Thursday for selling tobacco products to a minor during a compliance check with 24 vendors. 
  • Rehab specialist: Dogs in agility need conditioning exercises, just like human athletes

    Rehab specialist: Dogs in agility need conditioning exercises, just like human athletes

    Friday, February 27 2015 11:07 AM EST2015-02-27 16:07:31 GMT
    As canine sports grow in popularity, dog athletes are suffering many of the same injuries as their human counterparts. Agility events, like obstacle courses for dogs, require a lot of athleticism.
    As canine sports grow in popularity, dog athletes are suffering many of the same injuries as their human counterparts. Agility events, like obstacle courses for dogs, require a lot of athleticism.
  • Titan International reports sales of $1.9B

    Titan International reports sales of $1.9B

    Friday, February 27 2015 11:05 AM EST2015-02-27 16:05:24 GMT
    Titan International reported fourth quarter sales of $383.3 million for 2014, down from $494.4 million in the fourth quarter of 2013. The company's net sales were nearly $1.9 billion in 2014, down $268 million from 2013, as agricultural sales fell $166 million and earthmoving/construction sales slipped nearly $139 million. Consumer market sales were up $36 million.
    Titan International reported fourth quarter sales of $383.3 million for 2014, down from $494.4 million in the fourth quarter of 2013. The company's net sales were nearly $1.9 billion in 2014, down $268 million from 2013, as agricultural sales fell $166 million and earthmoving/construction sales slipped nearly $139 million. Consumer market sales were up $36 million.
  • JWCC, WIU partnering for 'seamless' educational pipeline in supply chain management

    JWCC, WIU partnering for 'seamless' educational pipeline in supply chain management

    Friday, February 27 2015 10:59 AM EST2015-02-27 15:59:47 GMT
    Officials from John Wood Community College and Western Illinois University finalized a partnership Thursday that both feel will help strengthen the long-range economical picture of West-Central Illinois. The idea is to build a seamless educational pipeline that could lead to a job in one of the growing areas of demand in industries across the region.
    Officials from John Wood Community College and Western Illinois University finalized a partnership Thursday that both feel will help strengthen the long-range economical picture of West-Central Illinois. The idea is to build a seamless educational pipeline that could lead to a job in one of the growing areas of demand in industries across the region.
  • United Way expects increase in tax program

    United Way expects increase in tax program

    Friday, February 27 2015 10:58 AM EST2015-02-27 15:58:37 GMT
    The United Way's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program has about a 330 percent increase in usage since 2010. United Way launched VITA in 2008, and it has returned about $4 million to individuals and families in Adams County. VITA volunteers are trained by the Internal Revenue Service.
    The United Way's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program has about a 330 percent increase in usage since 2010. United Way launched VITA in 2008, and it has returned about $4 million to individuals and families in Adams County. VITA volunteers are trained by the Internal Revenue Service.
  • Riders believe Buckhorn unit ATV facility will be boon for area

    Riders believe Buckhorn unit ATV facility will be boon for area

    Friday, February 27 2015 10:39 AM EST2015-02-27 15:39:25 GMT
    Quincy resident Nick Hoffman was surprised to hear Brown County officials say that a proposed all-terrain vehicle park would generate little revenue for the county. Hoffman is part of a group of area riders who travel regularly to other ATV parks in the country, and says in the growing sport, participants are spending money in the communities in which they ride.
    Quincy resident Nick Hoffman was surprised to hear Brown County officials say that a proposed all-terrain vehicle park would generate little revenue for the county. Hoffman is part of a group of area riders who travel regularly to other ATV parks in the country, and says in the growing sport, participants are spending money in the communities in which they ride.

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  • One driver hurt in two-vehicle crash in Pike County

    One driver hurt in two-vehicle crash in Pike County

    Thursday, February 26 2015 11:13 PM EST2015-02-27 04:13:21 GMT
     One driver was injured in a two-vehicle crash Thursday morning in Pike County.
     One driver was injured in a two-vehicle crash Thursday morning in Pike County.

  • Fire destroys Perry home

    Fire destroys Perry home

    Thursday, February 26 2015 10:09 PM EST2015-02-27 03:09:59 GMT
    A Thursday afternoon fire destroyed a Perry home. Firefighters were called about 4:30 p.m. to the home at 306 W. Main. 
    A Thursday afternoon fire destroyed a Perry home. Firefighters were called about 4:30 p.m. to the home at 306 W. Main. 
  • Six injured in head-on crash at North 24th, Sycamore

    Six injured in head-on crash at North 24th, Sycamore

    Thursday, February 26 2015 3:38 PM EST2015-02-26 20:38:54 GMT
    QUINCY -- Six people, including four juveniles, were injured Wednesday night in a head-on collision at North 24th and Sycamore. The Quincy Police Department reported that a Kristen M. Booth, 28, of 2707 Maine, was...
    QUINCY -- Six people, including four juveniles, were injured Wednesday night in a head-on collision at North 24th and Sycamore. The Quincy Police Department reported that a Kristen M. Booth, 28, of 2707 Maine, was...
  • Fire Department team hands out 33 escape ladders at Madison School

    Fire Department team hands out 33 escape ladders at Madison School

    Thursday, February 26 2015 3:17 PM EST2015-02-26 20:17:01 GMT
    QUINCY -- Jim Sohn says kids are never too young to learn how safety and responsibility often coincide in a time of crisis. Sohn, the principal at Madison School, was part of a Quincy Fire Department-led presentation Wednesday afternoon that illustrated the importance of knowing how to escape a house fire.
    QUINCY -- Jim Sohn says kids are never too young to learn how safety and responsibility often coincide in a time of crisis. Sohn, the principal at Madison School, was part of a Quincy Fire Department-led presentation Wednesday afternoon that illustrated the importance of knowing how to escape a house fire.
  • Quincy man arrested on burglary charges

    Quincy man arrested on burglary charges

    Thursday, February 26 2015 3:05 PM EST2015-02-26 20:05:14 GMT
    A Quincy man was arrested early Wednesday in connection with several vehicle break-ins in the 300 block of Chestnut. Quincy police reported the arrest of Jeremy M. Kossman, 18. Police said they found Kossman...
    A Quincy man was arrested early Wednesday in connection with several vehicle break-ins in the 300 block of Chestnut. Quincy police reported the arrest of Jeremy M. Kossman, 18. Police said they found Kossman...
  • Quincy School District taking steps to correct special ed problems

    Quincy School District taking steps to correct special ed problems

    Thursday, February 26 2015 2:44 PM EST2015-02-26 19:44:36 GMT
    Joel Murphy, the Quincy School District's business manager, says that the district has taken steps to meet a Friday deadline for correcting multiple problems with the way it provides special education services to students. In a report released in mid-November, the district was found in violation of at least 10 federal or state regulations governing the delivery of special ed services. Those findings came in response to a complaint filed in May by Brandy Neiswender.
    Joel Murphy, the Quincy School District's business manager, says that the district has taken steps to meet a Friday deadline for correcting multiple problems with the way it provides special education services to students. In a report released in mid-November, the district was found in violation of at least 10 federal or state regulations governing the delivery of special ed services. Those findings came in response to a complaint filed in May by Brandy Neiswender.
  • Quincy man with prior conviction to stand trial in another sex case

    Quincy man with prior conviction to stand trial in another sex case

    Wednesday, February 25 2015 2:16 PM EST2015-02-25 19:16:47 GMT
    A Quincy man with a prior sex crime conviction will go to trial in another sex case. Judge William Mays found probable cause to hold Michael D. Decker, 22, for trial during a preliminary hearing Tuesday in Adams County Circuit Court. Decker will stand trial in April after being charged with predatory criminal sexual assault and two counts of criminal sexual assault of a family member. He pleaded not guilty to all the charges.
    A Quincy man with a prior sex crime conviction will go to trial in another sex case. Judge William Mays found probable cause to hold Michael D. Decker, 22, for trial during a preliminary hearing Tuesday in Adams County Circuit Court. Decker will stand trial in April after being charged with predatory criminal sexual assault and two counts of criminal sexual assault of a family member. He pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

  • Quincy School District makes plans for purchasing card program

    Quincy School District makes plans for purchasing card program

    Wednesday, February 25 2015 11:50 AM EST2015-02-25 16:50:25 GMT
    The Quincy School District is pushing ahead with a proposal to start using a purchasing card program within the next few months. A purchasing card is used like a credit card to help streamline the purchase of supplies while reducing costs.
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  • Two Pleasant Hill residents injured in off ramp accident

    Two Pleasant Hill residents injured in off ramp accident

    Wednesday, February 25 2015 10:17 AM EST2015-02-25 15:17:22 GMT
    Two Pleasant Hill, Ill., residents were injured at 4:20 p.m. Tuesday in a traffic accident in Lincoln County. Melissa Hansen, 35, and Codee Hansen, 7, were taken by a private vehicle to Lincoln County Medical Center in Troy for treatment of minor injuries.
    Two Pleasant Hill, Ill., residents were injured at 4:20 p.m. Tuesday in a traffic accident in Lincoln County. Melissa Hansen, 35, and Codee Hansen, 7, were taken by a private vehicle to Lincoln County Medical Center in Troy for treatment of minor injuries.
  • Illinois lawmakers, groups in search of road funding solution

    Illinois lawmakers, groups in search of road funding solution

    Sunday, February 22 2015 12:58 AM EST2015-02-22 05:58:09 GMT
    Gov. Bruce Rauner proposed an additional $120 million for the Illinois Department of Transportation during Wednesday's budget speech, saying the state must "invest more in our infrastructure, which is critical" to keep the economy booming. Transportation is such a high priority, it was among the few winners in a budget plan that is $4.1 billion leaner than the state's current spending blueprint.
    Gov. Bruce Rauner proposed an additional $120 million for the Illinois Department of Transportation during Wednesday's budget speech, saying the state must "invest more in our infrastructure, which is critical" to keep the economy booming. Transportation is such a high priority, it was among the few winners in a budget plan that is $4.1 billion leaner than the state's current spending blueprint.

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  • Aldermen reject special permit for Madonna House

    Aldermen reject special permit for Madonna House

    Monday, March 2 2015 11:02 PM EST2015-03-03 04:02:26 GMT
     The Quincy City Council rejected a plan from the Madonna House to provide counseling and life-skills classes at 401 S. 12th. On a voice vote, aldermen concurred with the Plan Commission's recommendation to deny the special permit for the property located next door to their current facility. Many residents in the neighborhood, who spoke before the Plan Commission last week, were opposed to the special permit, because of traffic, litter and security issues.
     The Quincy City Council rejected a plan from the Madonna House to provide counseling and life-skills classes at 401 S. 12th. On a voice vote, aldermen concurred with the Plan Commission's recommendation to deny the special permit for the property located next door to their current facility. Many residents in the neighborhood, who spoke before the Plan Commission last week, were opposed to the special permit, because of traffic, litter and security issues.

  • Matthew West, Colton Dixon headline April 3 concert at OLC

    Matthew West, Colton Dixon headline April 3 concert at OLC

    Monday, March 2 2015 11:57 AM EST2015-03-02 16:57:25 GMT
    Two-time Grammy nominee Matthew West and rising star Colton Dixon will headline what promises to be an insightful contemporary Christian concert April 3 at the Oakley-Lindsay Center.
    Two-time Grammy nominee Matthew West and rising star Colton Dixon will headline what promises to be an insightful contemporary Christian concert April 3 at the Oakley-Lindsay Center.
  • Grain Belt Express plans final public meetings

    Grain Belt Express plans final public meetings

    Monday, March 2 2015 11:37 AM EST2015-03-02 16:37:33 GMT
    Grain Belt Express will hold its last round of public meetings this week on a planned transmission line.
    Grain Belt Express will hold its last round of public meetings this week on a planned transmission line.
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  • Spartans' torrid start to second half buries Raiders in regional loss

    Spartans' torrid start to second half buries Raiders in regional loss

    Tuesday, March 3 2015 3:42 AM EST2015-03-03 08:42:11 GMT
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Trailing by seven at halftime, the Quincy Notre Dame boys basketball team needed a run to get back into the game. Instead, it was Springfield Southeast that went on a scoring tear...
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Trailing by seven at halftime, the Quincy Notre Dame boys basketball team needed a run to get back into the game. Instead, it was Springfield Southeast that went on a scoring tear...

  • Lady Hawks steal momentum, game in final minute from Pumas

    Lady Hawks steal momentum, game in final minute from Pumas

    Monday, March 2 2015 4:21 AM EST2015-03-02 09:21:59 GMT
    QUINCY — With all the injuries and lineup changes the Quincy University women's basketball team has endured this season, it's only fitting its season was saved by a player filling in. The Lady Hawks brought on an aggressive full-court press seconds after forward Tori Kuhn...
    QUINCY — With all the injuries and lineup changes the Quincy University women's basketball team has endured this season, it's only fitting its season was saved by a player filling in. The Lady Hawks brought on an aggressive full-court press seconds after forward Tori Kuhn...

  • Blue Devils relish underdog role heading into regional play

    Blue Devils relish underdog role heading into regional play

    Monday, March 2 2015 4:17 AM EST2015-03-02 09:17:41 GMT
    QUINCY — Lincoln Elbe knows what it is like to get overlooked. His stature when he came into high school — Elbe was just 5-foot-3 as a freshman — made some people think he was the least likely player to develop into an all-conference guard...
    QUINCY — Lincoln Elbe knows what it is like to get overlooked. His stature when he came into high school — Elbe was just 5-foot-3 as a freshman — made some people think he was the least likely player to develop into an all-conference guard...

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  • Breast cancer survivor to speak at HUGS group meeting March 3

    Breast cancer survivor to speak at HUGS group meeting March 3

    Sunday, March 1 2015 9:00 AM EST2015-03-01 14:00:17 GMT
    CARTHAGE, Ill. -- The Helping Us Give Support group will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 3, at the First Christian Church of Carthage, 701 Wabash, three blocks south of the middle school on U.S. 136. The HUGS program...
    CARTHAGE, Ill. -- The Helping Us Give Support group will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 3, at the First Christian Church of Carthage, 701 Wabash, three blocks south of the middle school on U.S. 136. The HUGS program...
  • Hannibal snowman contest to continue through March 16

    Hannibal snowman contest to continue through March 16

    Sunday, March 1 2015 12:53 AM EST2015-03-01 05:53:08 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Photographs must be entered by March 16 for the Hannibal Parks and Recreation Snowman Building Contest. Entrants are encouraged to add their own creative touches that will make their snowman unique. Prizes...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Photographs must be entered by March 16 for the Hannibal Parks and Recreation Snowman Building Contest. Entrants are encouraged to add their own creative touches that will make their snowman unique. Prizes...
  • Salt River Master Gardeners to meet Tuesday, March 3

    Salt River Master Gardeners to meet Tuesday, March 3

    Saturday, February 28 2015 1:21 AM EST2015-02-28 06:21:16 GMT
    PALMYRA, Mo. -- The Salt River Master Gardeners will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Sesquicentennial Building in Palmyra. Guest speaker will be Katie Ippensen from Frese Ornamentals in Quincy, Ill. She will discuss changes...
    PALMYRA, Mo. -- The Salt River Master Gardeners will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Sesquicentennial Building in Palmyra. Guest speaker will be Katie Ippensen from Frese Ornamentals in Quincy, Ill. She will discuss changes...
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