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  • Barometer: 29.82 in.
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7-Day Forecast: Macomb

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  • Sunrise: 06:57:03 am
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7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

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  • Wind: S @ 12 mph
  • Barometer: 29.86 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:55:18 am
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  • Visibility: 10 mi.
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7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

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Currently in Hannibal as of

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  • Wind: S @ 16 mph, gusting to 23 mph
  • Barometer: 29.82 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:58:13 am
  • Sunset: 04:45:16 pm
  • Humidity: 83
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
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Large crowd turns out for Holiday Gift Show's opening day

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QUINCY -- Kirsten and Missy Myers decided to take their family to the 46th annual Holiday Gift Show Saturday at Quincy High School. More>>

Pike County Health Department closes Monday to start move to new home

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PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- Anita Andress admits next week's move to the new Pike County Health Department building at 606 W. Adams will be bittersweet because the old building at 113 E. Jefferson has been her work home for 25 years. "But I'm really proud to be part of this next piece of history for the health department," said Andress, the department's administrator.

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Quincy man admits to choking woman, will get probation

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Under the Influence: Change in processing offenders helps lead to reduction of DUIs in Adams County

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As the number of drunken driving cases reaching her desk continued to grow, Jennifer Cifaldi decided something needed to be done to stem the tide. Cifaldi, an assistant state's attorney who handles traffic offenses, went to Adams County State's Attorney Jon Barnard. The result was the institution of a DUI search warrant program. Starting in 2008, the county began to get search warrants for those suspected of DUI who refused to submit to a Breathalyzer test. More>>

All-terrain wheelchair will make hunting possible for wounded veterans

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QUINCY -- As each customer passed by the all-terrain wheelchair parked in the main aisle Thursday inside GameMasters, they stopped and lingered. They leaned on the arms, testing the wheelchair's shocks and sturdiness. They pushed it to see how the tank-like tracks moved. A couple of them even sat in it.

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Mendon School Board approves tentative $2.38 million tax levy

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MENDON, Ill. -- The Mendon School Board this week approved a tentative 2014 tax levy of $2.38 million. While the levy is about 9 percent higher than the 2013 aggregate levy, Superintendent Brian Kurz said he anticipates the district's tax rate will remain unchanged at $4.59 per $100 assessed valuation.

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Mobile food pantry to give away more than 12,000 pounds of produce, other items

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QUINCY -- Five simple words explain why the second Madonna House-sponsored mobile food pantry is so important. "There is such a need," said Joanne Dedert, the executive director of Madonna House, whose outreach ministry is coordinating the 10 a.m. Saturday event at the Quincy Senior and Family Center, 639 York.

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FYI FOOD: Pam Wood shares her tips on making family-favorite recipes Video included

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Pam Wood adds a dash of tradition to her cooking. So when it's Thanksgiving, Scalloped Oysters have to be on the table. "My mother always had that," the Pittsfield woman said. "I carried it on."

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  • State police to have special patrols in Adams County

    State police to have special patrols

    The Illinois State Police will conduct special traffic enforcement patrols between Nov. 17 and Nov. 30 in Adams County. Troopers with District 20, in Pittsfield, will concentrate on speeding, seat belt and other violations during the patrols.
    The Illinois State Police will conduct special traffic enforcement patrols between Nov. 17 and Nov. 30 in Adams County. Troopers with District 20, in Pittsfield, will concentrate on speeding, seat belt and other violations during the patrols.
  • Slight increase in accidents in Quincy during October

    Slight increase in accidents in Quincy during October

    Quincy -- Traffic accidents in Quincy saw a slight increase during October. According to statistics compiled by the Quincy Police Department, there were 112 accidents in October, an increase of four accidents from September.
    Quincy -- Traffic accidents in Quincy saw a slight increase during October. According to statistics compiled by the Quincy Police Department, there were 112 accidents in October, an increase of four accidents from September.
  • Quincy man goes to prison in meth case

    Quincy man goes to prison in meth case

    Friday, November 21 2014 10:37 AM EST2014-11-21 15:37:30 GMT
    QUINCY -- A Quincy man arrested on methamphetamine charges late last year was sent to prison on Thursday. Rolland D. Luckett, 30, was sentenced to five years in the Illinois Department of Corrections by Judge William Mays. He faced a sentencing cap of seven years after pleading guilty in August to unlawful possession of meth-manufacturing materials and unlawful possession of meth.
    QUINCY -- A Quincy man arrested on methamphetamine charges late last year was sent to prison on Thursday. Rolland D. Luckett, 30, was sentenced to five years in the Illinois Department of Corrections by Judge William Mays. He faced a sentencing cap of seven years after pleading guilty in August to unlawful possession of meth-manufacturing materials and unlawful possession of meth.

  • Bill that would make firefighter manning subject to arbitration heads to governor

    Bill that would make firefighter manning subject to arbitration heads to governor

    Friday, November 21 2014 9:58 AM EST2014-11-21 14:58:45 GMT
    Legislation that would make firefighter staffing levels subject to a potential arbitrator ruling is now on the way to Gov. Pat Quinn's desk after the Illinois Senate approved the bill Thursday. The bill would add manning and residency requirements as a working condition to be negotiated during negotiations with firefighter unions.
    Legislation that would make firefighter staffing levels subject to a potential arbitrator ruling is now on the way to Gov. Pat Quinn's desk after the Illinois Senate approved the bill Thursday. The bill would add manning and residency requirements as a working condition to be negotiated during negotiations with firefighter unions.

  • Quincy man who tried to write meth prescription sentenced to probation

    Quincy man who tried to write meth prescription sentenced to probation

    Friday, November 21 2014 9:27 AM EST2014-11-21 14:27:49 GMT
    QUINCY -- A Quincy man who attempted to write his own prescription for methamphetamine earlier this year was sentenced to probation on Thursday. Stanley F. Nowacki, 33, was sentenced to 30 months probation on a felony forgery charge, the longest term possible, by Judge Scott Walden during a hearing in Adams County Circuit Court.
    QUINCY -- A Quincy man who attempted to write his own prescription for methamphetamine earlier this year was sentenced to probation on Thursday. Stanley F. Nowacki, 33, was sentenced to 30 months probation on a felony forgery charge, the longest term possible, by Judge Scott Walden during a hearing in Adams County Circuit Court.

  • State loan funds Clayton-Camp Point Water Commission project

    State loan funds Clayton-Camp Point Water Commission project

    Friday, November 21 2014 9:13 AM EST2014-11-21 14:13:30 GMT
    CAMP POINT, Ill. -- The Clayton-Camp Point Water Commission will use a low-interest state loan to fund improvements in its drinking water system. Gov. Pat Quinn announced Thursday the $1.078 million loan through his Illinois Clean Water Initiative.
    CAMP POINT, Ill. -- The Clayton-Camp Point Water Commission will use a low-interest state loan to fund improvements in its drinking water system. Gov. Pat Quinn announced Thursday the $1.078 million loan through his Illinois Clean Water Initiative.

  • Quincy man arrested after allegedly misusing elderly family member's money

    Quincy man arrested after allegedly misusing elderly family member's money

    Friday, November 21 2014 8:24 AM EST2014-11-21 13:24:59 GMT
    QUINCY -- A 46-year-old Quincy man was arrested Thursday on a charge of financial exploitation of the elderly.
    QUINCY -- A 46-year-old Quincy man was arrested Thursday on a charge of financial exploitation of the elderly. The Quincy Police Department reported that Michael C. Hawk, of 2207 Sycamore, was arrested at 12:30 p.m....
  • Quincy School Board adopts higher tax levy, but lower rate is expected

    Quincy School Board adopts higher tax levy, but lower rate is expected

    Thursday, November 20 2014 11:39 AM EST2014-11-20 16:39:23 GMT
    QUINCY -- The Quincy School Board on Wednesday adopted a tentative 2014 tax levy of $33.6 million, a 2.46 percent increase over the 2013 levy. While the higher levy will generate about $800,000 in additional revenue for local schools, the district's total tax rate is projected to be about 2 cents lower than the current rate of $4.13 per $100 assessed valuation.
    QUINCY -- The Quincy School Board on Wednesday adopted a tentative 2014 tax levy of $33.6 million, a 2.46 percent increase over the 2013 levy. While the higher levy will generate about $800,000 in additional revenue for local schools, the district's total tax rate is projected to be about 2 cents lower than the current rate of $4.13 per $100 assessed valuation.

  • 'Flat revenue, more expenses' projected for Pikeland School District

    'Flat revenue, more expenses' projected for Pikeland School District

    Thursday, November 20 2014 11:32 AM EST2014-11-20 16:32:19 GMT
    PITTSFIELD -- Bob Gray sees an annual audit report as more than a look back at the past year. It's a way to look into the future, and "it's flat revenue and more expenses" for the Pikeland School District, said Gray, who presented the audit report Wednesday from Arnold, Behrens, Nesbit, Gray.
    PITTSFIELD -- Bob Gray sees an annual audit report as more than a look back at the past year. It's a way to look into the future, and "it's flat revenue and more expenses" for the Pikeland School District, said Gray, who presented the audit report Wednesday from Arnold, Behrens, Nesbit, Gray.

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    Under the Influence: Behind prison walls, Ruble yearns for forgiveness

    Under the Influence: Behind prison walls, Ruble yearns for forgiveness

    Thursday, November 20 2014 10:59 AM EST2014-11-20 15:59:03 GMT
    Whenever Matthew Ruble starts to laugh, he stops himself. "All of a sudden my heart sinks within me because I think about the other families and the joy that has been stolen from them," Ruble said. "I feel like I'm undeserving to laugh and live life to its fullest because I've taken those lives." Ruble has bounced from prison to prison for more than five years, his mind never straying far from the early morning hours of April 19, 2009.
    Whenever Matthew Ruble starts to laugh, he stops himself. "All of a sudden my heart sinks within me because I think about the other families and the joy that has been stolen from them," Ruble said. "I feel like I'm undeserving to laugh and live life to its fullest because I've taken those lives." Ruble has bounced from prison to prison for more than five years, his mind never straying far from the early morning hours of April 19, 2009.
  • Local company to take over OLC's annual bridal show

    Local company to take over OLC's annual bridal show

    Thursday, November 20 2014 10:21 AM EST2014-11-20 15:21:46 GMT
    QUINCY -- Some changes are in store for one of the longest-running events hosted by the Oakley-Lindsay Center. The annual bridal show will no longer be orchestrated by the OLC staff as it has for the last decade, but by a local business.
    QUINCY -- Some changes are in store for one of the longest-running events hosted by the Oakley-Lindsay Center. The annual bridal show will no longer be orchestrated by the OLC staff as it has for the last decade, but by a local business.

  • Senate panel advances plan for $11 minimum wage

    Senate panel advances plan for $11 minimum wage

    Thursday, November 20 2014 9:44 AM EST2014-11-20 14:44:03 GMT
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- An Illinois Senate committee on Wednesday advanced a revamped proposal that would increase Illinois' minimum wage to $11 an hour by 2017, modified to give it a better chance of passage by year's end.
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- An Illinois Senate committee on Wednesday advanced a revamped proposal that would increase Illinois' minimum wage to $11 an hour by 2017, modified to give it a better chance of passage by year's end.
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  • Quincy man convicted of stealing from elderly mother

    Quincy man convicted of stealing from elderly mother

    Thursday, November 20 2014 9:10 AM EST2014-11-20 14:10:02 GMT
    QUINCY -- A Quincy man was convicted of financial exploitation of the elderly Tuesday afternoon at the end of a two-day trial in Adams County Circuit Court.
    QUINCY -- A Quincy man was convicted of financial exploitation of the elderly Tuesday afternoon at the end of a two-day trial in Adams County Circuit Court.
  • Carthage man died of heart attack before fire at Bentzinger Home Supply

    Carthage man died of heart attack before fire at Bentzinger Home Supply

    Wednesday, November 19 2014 3:12 PM EST2014-11-19 20:12:16 GMT
    CARTHAGE, Ill. -- A preliminary autopsy finding shows that a man found dead in a fire in a downtown Carthage building died before the fire started. Hancock County Coroner Kendall Beals said an autopsy performed on...
    CARTHAGE, Ill. -- A preliminary autopsy finding shows that a man found dead in a fire in a downtown Carthage building died before the fire started. Hancock County Coroner Kendall Beals said an autopsy performed on...
  • Man arrested on obstruction charge in connection with sexual assault

    Man arrested on obstruction charge in connection with sexual assault

    Wednesday, November 19 2014 12:33 PM EST2014-11-19 17:33:32 GMT
    A Quincy man was arrested Tuesday on a charge of obstruction of justice in connection with a case where another Quincy man was arrested for aggravated criminal sexual assault on Sunday. Quincy police said they...
    A Quincy man was arrested Tuesday on a charge of obstruction of justice in connection with a case where another Quincy man was arrested for aggravated criminal sexual assault on Sunday. Quincy police said they...
  • Pittsfield aldermen approve seeking federal funding for fire station project

    Pittsfield aldermen approve seeking federal funding for fire station project

    Wednesday, November 19 2014 12:24 PM EST2014-11-19 17:24:36 GMT
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- The Pittsfield Fire Department is moving forward with City Council approval in seeking funding for a new fire house. Plans call for the department and the city to build the new station to provide easier access, more space and a way to meet current and future needs.
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- The Pittsfield Fire Department is moving forward with City Council approval in seeking funding for a new fire house. Plans call for the department and the city to build the new station to provide easier access, more space and a way to meet current and future needs.

  • Barn fire in Melrose Township on Nov. 9 remains under investigation

    Barn fire in Melrose Township on Nov. 9 remains under investigation

    Wednesday, November 19 2014 10:13 AM EST2014-11-19 15:13:08 GMT
    The cause of the fire which destroyed a barn and adjoining buildings at 9536 State on Nov. 9 has been initially ruled as undetermined but remains under investigation.
    The cause of the fire which destroyed a barn and adjoining buildings at 9536 State on Nov. 9 has been initially ruled as undetermined but remains under investigation.
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    Under the Influence: Quincy woman mourns loss of daughter, husband in separate accidents

    Under the Influence: Quincy woman mourns loss of daughter, husband in separate accidents

    Wednesday, November 19 2014 9:38 AM EST2014-11-19 14:38:13 GMT
    Amy Zornes lost the youngest of her two daughters more than five and a half years ago. Alissa was one of two people who died as the result of a drunken-driving crash April 19, 2009, on Ill. 104 near Quincy Regional Airport. Alissa's death provided an inexplicable sense of deja vu for Amy. She also lost her husband, Troy, as the result of a impaired driving incident near St. Louis in 1995.
    Amy Zornes lost the youngest of her two daughters more than five and a half years ago. Alissa was one of two people who died as the result of a drunken-driving crash April 19, 2009, on Ill. 104 near Quincy Regional Airport. Alissa's death provided an inexplicable sense of deja vu for Amy. She also lost her husband, Troy, as the result of a impaired driving incident near St. Louis in 1995.
  • Quincy School Board looking at 2.46 percent increase in tax levy

    Quincy School Board looking at 2.46 percent increase in tax levy

    Wednesday, November 19 2014 9:37 AM EST2014-11-19 14:37:41 GMT
    QUINCY -- The Quincy School Board will consider a tax levy that is projected to be about $808,000 higher than this year, but it also calls for a slight drop in the tax rate. The board's Finance Committee on Tuesday reviewed the proposed $33.63 million levy, which is 2.46 percent more than levied in the current fiscal year.
    QUINCY -- The Quincy School Board will consider a tax levy that is projected to be about $808,000 higher than this year, but it also calls for a slight drop in the tax rate. The board's Finance Committee on Tuesday reviewed the proposed $33.63 million levy, which is 2.46 percent more than levied in the current fiscal year.

  • Pittsfield driver killed in McDonough County crash

    Pittsfield driver killed in McDonough County crash

    Tuesday, November 18 2014 4:48 PM EST2014-11-18 21:48:06 GMT
    MACOMB, Ill. -- A Pittsfield driver was killed in a head-on pickup-semi-tractor trailer accident at 7:05 p.m. Monday on U.S. 67, south of County Road 1150 North or what is commonly referred to as Grant Street.
    MACOMB, Ill. -- A Pittsfield driver was killed in a head-on pickup-semi-tractor trailer accident at 7:05 p.m. Monday on U.S. 67, south of County Road 1150 North or what is commonly referred to as Grant Street.
  • Members First to open branch at former Bank of America building at 24th, Broadway

    Members First to open branch at former Bank of America building at 24th, Broadway

    Tuesday, November 18 2014 3:59 PM EST2014-11-18 20:59:22 GMT
    QUINCY -- A Quincy credit union will soon branch out with a new location at one of the city's busiest intersections. Members First Community Credit Union recently bought the former Bank of America building at the southwest corner of 24th and Broadway.
    QUINCY -- A Quincy credit union will soon branch out with a new location at one of the city's busiest intersections. Members First Community Credit Union recently bought the former Bank of America building at the southwest corner of 24th and Broadway.
  • Rotary Club of Quincy makes $50,000 commitment to build new park at QU

    Rotary Club of Quincy makes $50,000 commitment to build new park at QU

    Tuesday, November 18 2014 1:00 PM EST2014-11-18 18:00:40 GMT
    QUINCY -- The Rotary Club of Quincy on Tuesday donated $25,000 to Quincy University as the first step in creating the Quincy Rotary Centennial Park on the QU campus near Friars Field.
    QUINCY -- The Rotary Club of Quincy on Tuesday donated $25,000 to Quincy University as the first step in creating the Quincy Rotary Centennial Park on the QU campus near Friars Field.
  • Three file petitions to run for Quincy City Council seats

    Three file petitions to run for Quincy City Council seats

    Tuesday, November 18 2014 11:09 AM EST2014-11-18 16:09:07 GMT
    QUINCY -- Two incumbents and one newcomer filed petitions with the city clerk's office Monday to run for a seat on the Quincy City Council. Monday was the first day candidates could file for the Feb. 24 consolidated primary.
    QUINCY -- Two incumbents and one newcomer filed petitions with the city clerk's office Monday to run for a seat on the Quincy City Council. Monday was the first day candidates could file for the Feb. 24 consolidated primary.

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    Under the Influence: Quincy woman lives to help spread word of drunken driving dangers

    Under the Influence: Quincy woman lives to help spread word of drunken driving dangers

    Tuesday, November 18 2014 10:09 AM EST2014-11-18 15:09:52 GMT
    When Jody Bogue, a Master Gardener, goes out into her yard to rake leaves, she puts a special strap on her arm to control the rake. Unlike most who spend time in their yards and gardens, Jody, a quadriplegic, needs special tools to enjoy her time outdoors. She has been paralyzed for more than 23 years, the result of injuries she sustained in a drunken driving accident.
    When Jody Bogue, a Master Gardener, goes out into her yard to rake leaves, she puts a special strap on her arm to control the rake. Unlike most who spend time in their yards and gardens, Jody, a quadriplegic, needs special tools to enjoy her time outdoors. She has been paralyzed for more than 23 years, the result of injuries she sustained in a drunken driving accident.
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  • Good News Case 18: Family struggles while single mother pursues education

    Good News Case 18: Family struggles while single mother pursues education

    Saturday, November 22 2014 1:43 AM EST2014-11-22 06:43:46 GMT
    A single mother has quit her job to pursue a bachelor's degree in education in hopes of better providing for her four children one day. Jill -- not her real name ­-- loves working with children and decided to further her education to become a teacher. Jill began taking classes around her work schedule, but as she made her way through the requirements, the classes started to conflict with her job. She left her position to become a full-time student.
    A single mother has quit her job to pursue a bachelor's degree in education in hopes of better providing for her four children one day. Jill -- not her real name ­-- loves working with children and decided to further her education to become a teacher. Jill began taking classes around her work schedule, but as she made her way through the requirements, the classes started to conflict with her job. She left her position to become a full-time student.
  • Republican newcomer files in Ward 1

    Republican newcomer files in Ward 1

    Saturday, November 22 2014 1:36 AM EST2014-11-22 06:36:03 GMT
    QUINCY -- Newcomer Eric Entrup has filed petitions to run as a Republican in 1st Ward for the Feb. 24 consolidated primary election. Entrup is a vice president at Entrup Drywall and Painting.
    QUINCY -- Newcomer Eric Entrup has filed petitions to run as a Republican in 1st Ward for the Feb. 24 consolidated primary election. Entrup is a vice president at Entrup Drywall and Painting.

  • Duggars started out planning for 'one or two' kids, but are happy with 19

    Duggars started out planning for 'one or two' kids, but are happy with 19

    Saturday, November 22 2014 1:24 AM EST2014-11-22 06:24:15 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar love their kids -- all 19 of 'em -- and they will not be losing sleep over whether everyone agrees with their strong, conservative Christian beliefs. The Duggars were the keynote speakers Friday night at Hannibal-LaGrange University's 73rd annual Booster Banquet at the Roland Fine Arts Center.
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar love their kids -- all 19 of 'em -- and they will not be losing sleep over whether everyone agrees with their strong, conservative Christian beliefs. The Duggars were the keynote speakers Friday night at Hannibal-LaGrange University's 73rd annual Booster Banquet at the Roland Fine Arts Center.

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  • Quarterfinal matchup appears to favor Hawks

    Quarterfinal matchup appears to favor Hawks

    Saturday, November 22 2014 8:50 PM EST2014-11-23 01:50:07 GMT
    Everything appears to favor the Quincy University men's soccer team. Following their 3-0 victory over Saginaw Valley State in Friday's Midwest Region championship, the Hawks watched Fort Hays State and Northeastern State play 110 minutes without a victor. The second-seeded Tigers ultimately won a penalty-kick shootout to grab the Central Region title...
    Everything appears to favor the Quincy University men's soccer team. Following their 3-0 victory over Saginaw Valley State in Friday's Midwest Region championship, the Hawks watched Fort Hays State and Northeastern State play 110 minutes without a victor. The second-seeded Tigers ultimately won a penalty-kick shootout to grab the Central Region title...
  • NOTEBOOK: Lineup set for Quincy High's Thanksgiving Tournament

    NOTEBOOK: Lineup set for Quincy High's Thanksgiving Tournament

    Saturday, November 22 2014 8:47 PM EST2014-11-23 01:47:50 GMT
    The lineup is set for the Quincy High School boys basketball program's annual Thanksgiving Tournament. The Blue Devils will welcome Urbana, Bay View from Milwaukee and University City from St. Louis for the three-night affair beginning Thanksgiving night. Quincy will face University City on Thursday, Urbana on Friday and Bay View on Saturday.
    The lineup is set for the Quincy High School boys basketball program's annual Thanksgiving Tournament. The Blue Devils will welcome Urbana, Bay View from Milwaukee and University City from St. Louis for the three-night affair beginning Thanksgiving night. Quincy will face University City on Thursday, Urbana on Friday and Bay View on Saturday.
  • Second-half turnovers stop Central short of title game

    Second-half turnovers stop Central short of title game

    Saturday, November 22 2014 8:45 PM EST2014-11-23 01:45:10 GMT
    The Central football team had a golden opportunity. With a 7-0 lead midway through the second quarter, the Panthers faced a fourth-and-three from the Carrollton 21-yard line. Central ran a fullback dive with Bobby Keltz, but Keltz fell short and the Panthers turned the ball over on downs
    The Central football team had a golden opportunity. With a 7-0 lead midway through the second quarter, the Panthers faced a fourth-and-three from the Carrollton 21-yard line. Central ran a fullback dive with Bobby Keltz, but Keltz fell short and the Panthers turned the ball over on downs
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  • Mount Sterling YMCA Band and Choir to perform Nov. 30

    Mount Sterling YMCA Band and Choir to perform Nov. 30

    Saturday, November 22 2014 6:26 PM EST2014-11-22 23:26:32 GMT
    MOUNT STERLING, Ill. -- The Mount Sterling YMCA Band and Choir will be perform at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 30, in the Brown County High School auditorium. This will be the fifth public performance for both groups. Retired...
    MOUNT STERLING, Ill. -- The Mount Sterling YMCA Band and Choir will be perform at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 30, in the Brown County High School auditorium. This will be the fifth public performance for both groups. Retired...
  • Monroe County 2014 Plat Book now available

    Monroe County 2014 Plat Book now available

    Friday, November 21 2014 9:45 AM EST2014-11-21 14:45:23 GMT
    PARIS, Mo. -- The Monroe County 2014 Plat Book is available for purchase for $40 at the Monroe County clerk's office, 300 N. Main. The new plat book is published by the Monroe County Commission with Mapping...
    PARIS, Mo. -- The Monroe County 2014 Plat Book is available for purchase for $40 at the Monroe County clerk's office, 300 N. Main. The new plat book is published by the Monroe County Commission with Mapping...
  • Vendors needed for Hamilton holiday blender

    Vendors needed for Hamilton holiday blender

    Friday, November 21 2014 8:50 AM EST2014-11-21 13:50:31 GMT
    HAMILTON, Ill. -- Vendor registration is being accepted for the fourth annual Holiday Vendor Blender in Hamilton. The Hamilton Community Development Coalition and Hamilton Kiwanis Club sponsor the event, which will be...
    HAMILTON, Ill. -- Vendor registration is being accepted for the fourth annual Holiday Vendor Blender in Hamilton. The Hamilton Community Development Coalition and Hamilton Kiwanis Club sponsor the event, which will be...
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