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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Friday
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  • 23°

Mainly sunny

Saturday
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  • 30°

Sunny

Sunday
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  • 41°

Mix of sun and clouds

Monday
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  • 50°

Chance of afternoon showers

Tuesday
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Chance of showers

Wednesday
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Abundant sunshine

Thursday
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Currently in Quincy as of

  • 42°(Feels like 34°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: N @ 17 mph, gusting to 26 mph
  • Barometer: 30.36 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:33:18 am
  • Sunset: 06:04:28 pm
  • Humidity: 38
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Friday
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Clear

Saturday
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  • 29°

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Sunday
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  • 39°

Mostly cloudy

Monday
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  • 49°

Showers possible in the afternoon

Tuesday
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A few morning showers

Wednesday
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Mix of sun and clouds

Thursday
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Mainly sunny

Currently in Macomb as of

  • 43°(Feels like 34°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: NNW @ 21 mph, gusting to 26 mph
  • Barometer: 30.37 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:31:15 am
  • Sunset: 06:00:27 pm
  • Humidity: 40
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

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Clear

Saturday
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Sunday
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  • 41°

Morning clouds followed by afternoon sun

Monday
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  • 52°

Mix of sun and clouds

Tuesday
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  • 55°
  • 42°

Morning showers

Wednesday
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  • 62°
  • 41°

Partly cloudy

Thursday
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  • 55°
  • 37°

Sunny

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 44°(Feels like 37°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: NNW @ 15 mph, gusting to 24 mph
  • Barometer: 30.35 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:30:17 am
  • Sunset: 06:02:30 pm
  • Humidity: 40
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Friday
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  • 44°
  • 26°

Mainly clear

Saturday
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  • 33°

Sunny

Sunday
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  • 42°

Clouds giving way to sun

Monday
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  • 51°

Afternoon showers

Tuesday
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  • 41°

A few morning showers

Wednesday
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  • 61°
  • 41°

Partly cloudy

Thursday
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  • 56°
  • 37°

Sunshine

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 43°(Feels like 36°)
  • Clear
  • Wind: NNW @ 13 mph, gusting to 22 mph
  • Barometer: 30.37 in.
  • Sunrise: 07:33:06 am
  • Sunset: 06:05:04 pm
  • Humidity: 31
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

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Fire department chaplain enjoys telling scary stories of Quincy

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Want to know more about the scary side of Quincy? Take a tour with Brother Ed Arambasich. Arambasich, the chaplain for the Quincy Fire Department, has been taking groups of people on Friday nights to visit sites. He... More>>

Traveling exhibit showcases Hancock County sports teams

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CARTHAGE, Ill. -- Kim Orth was in high school when Hancock County sports teams won state Class A basketball tournaments in back-to back years. Warsaw won the tournament in 1997, followed by Nauvoo-Colusa in 1998, with... More>>

Free training offered in manufacturing program

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Manufacturing skills training is being offered free of charge to qualifying individuals from Adams County. A group of agencies and institutions will offer the Accelerated Training for Illinois Manufacturing program to... More>>

Illinois treasurer candidates say opponents' plans don't add up

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Both major candidates for Illinois treasurer were in Quincy on Thursday and made it clear they don't agree on much. State Rep. Tom Cross, R-Oswego, and Sen. Michael Frerichs, D-Champaign, are neck-and-neck in polling... More>>

QSFA honors are now the George M. Irwin Arts Awards

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The Quincy Society of Fine Arts honored founder George Irwin in twofold fashion Thursday night. Irwin's name will now adorn the organization's four annual awards that honor excellence tied to the arts. The... More>>

City crews cleaning leaves in streets before they clog sewers

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Quincy residents should expect to see plows hitting the streets in the next two weeks, but they won't be moving snow. Richie Reis, director of operations for Central Services, said the city uses smaller plow trucks... More>>

Enterprise zone approval heads to stakeholders

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Approval of a map and incentives for the renewal of the Quincy/Adams County Enterprise Zone now lies in the laps of the four stakeholders. The Enterprise Zone Board unanimously approved draft ordinances for Quincy, Mount... More>>

JWCC takes early recruiting approach with inaugural Trail Blazer Day

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Billy Schaffer says the inaugural Trail Blazer Day at John Wood Community College has a twofold recruiting purpose. The event, scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the college's campus at 1301 S. 48th, is... More>>

Foster parent group raising funds through mini golf event

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Amy and Jacob Peters have volunteered their time for the past two years as foster parents. They've served as foster parents to eight children and are currently in the process of adopting a child. Through her work as... More>>

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  • More than 2,000 Quincy customers impacted by electrical outage Wednesday

    More than 2,000 Quincy customers impacted by electrical outage Wednesday

    Thursday, October 30 2014 10:57 AM EDT2014-10-30 14:57:34 GMT
    More than 2,000 Ameren Illinois customers on the south side of Quincy lost electric power for a short time Wednesday afternoon. The power went off at 4:11 p.m. and was restored to all but a handful of homes by 6 p.m. ...
    More than 2,000 Ameren Illinois customers on the south side of Quincy lost electric power for a short time Wednesday afternoon. The power went off at 4:11 p.m. and was restored to all but a handful of homes by 6 p.m. ...
  • Quincy teen pleads guilty to role in home invasion

    Quincy teen pleads guilty to role in home invasion

    Wednesday, October 29 2014 7:06 PM EDT2014-10-29 23:06:31 GMT
    One of two men arrested in a home invasion that resulted in a manhunt July 21 near the Illinois Veterans Home pleaded guilty Wednesday to a residential burglary charge. James D. Phillips, 18, of Quincy, will be sent to...
    One of two men arrested in a home invasion that resulted in a manhunt July 21 near the Illinois Veterans Home pleaded guilty Wednesday to a residential burglary charge. James D. Phillips, 18, of Quincy, will be sent to...
  • Liberty man gets probation, avoids jail in sex case

    Liberty man gets probation, avoids jail in sex case

    Wednesday, October 29 2014 7:01 PM EDT2014-10-29 23:01:27 GMT
    A Liberty man was sentenced to 24 months probation Wednesday in an aggravated battery case in Adams County Circuit Court in which he admitted to having sexual contact with a teenager. Raymond C. Fearneyhough, 23, was...
    A Liberty man was sentenced to 24 months probation Wednesday in an aggravated battery case in Adams County Circuit Court in which he admitted to having sexual contact with a teenager. Raymond C. Fearneyhough, 23, was...
  • QU officials tackling mold issues in several campus buildings

    QU officials tackling mold issues in several campus buildings

    Wednesday, October 29 2014 12:47 PM EDT2014-10-29 16:47:30 GMT
    Quincy University officials have been taking steps to combat mold found in three buildings on campus and one university-owned building off campus. A QU spokesman said the mold was not deemed a health threat to students or staff. An "elevated level" of airborne mold was detected at two of the four locations - in a sorority house and MacHugh Theatre in the lower level of Francis Hall, the college's administrative headquarters.
    Quincy University officials have been taking steps to combat mold found in three buildings on campus and one university-owned building off campus. A QU spokesman said the mold was not deemed a health threat to students or staff. An "elevated level" of airborne mold was detected at two of the four locations - in a sorority house and MacHugh Theatre in the lower level of Francis Hall, the college's administrative headquarters.
  • Concerns over proposed historic preservation ordinance in Pittsfield addressed

    Concerns over proposed historic preservation ordinance in Pittsfield addressed

    Wednesday, October 29 2014 11:31 AM EDT2014-10-29 15:31:48 GMT
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- Mayor John Hayden and the ordinance committee heard enough Tuesday night to ease concerns about a proposed historic preservation ordinance. Adopting the ordinance will be on the City Council agenda...
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- Mayor John Hayden and the ordinance committee heard enough Tuesday night to ease concerns about a proposed historic preservation ordinance. Adopting the ordinance will be on the City Council agenda...
  • RSVP program inducts four into Hall of Fame, recognizes 76 volunteers

    RSVP program inducts four into Hall of Fame, recognizes 76 volunteers

    Wednesday, October 29 2014 11:15 AM EDT2014-10-29 15:15:57 GMT
    The Adams County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program recognized 76 of its volunteers with milestone service awards and inducted four members into the RSVP Hall of Fame on Oct. 22 during the 41st annual RSVP Recognition...
    The Adams County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program recognized 76 of its volunteers with milestone service awards and inducted four members into the RSVP Hall of Fame on Oct. 22 during the 41st annual RSVP Recognition...
  • Titan International sales, profits fall in third quarter

    Titan International sales, profits fall in third quarter

    Wednesday, October 29 2014 10:04 AM EDT2014-10-29 14:04:21 GMT
    Falling demand for large farm equipment in the United States and lower sales of large mining equipment tires led to lower sales in the third quarter for Titan International. Sales for the third quarter were $449.6...
    Falling demand for large farm equipment in the United States and lower sales of large mining equipment tires led to lower sales in the third quarter for Titan International. Sales for the third quarter were $449.6...
  • Nebo man gets prison time for robberies

    Nebo man gets prison time for robberies

    Wednesday, October 29 2014 9:30 AM EDT2014-10-29 13:30:56 GMT
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- A Nebo man was sent to prison Monday after pleading guilty to burglary charges in Pike County Circuit Court. Manuel L. Pressey, 45, was sentenced to 15 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections...
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- A Nebo man was sent to prison Monday after pleading guilty to burglary charges in Pike County Circuit Court. Manuel L. Pressey, 45, was sentenced to 15 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections...
  • Members to 'protect the county' with landfill agreement

    Members to 'protect the county' with landfill agreement

    Tuesday, October 28 2014 12:11 PM EDT2014-10-28 16:11:57 GMT
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- Negotiations continue between Pike County and Hickory Ridge Landfill on a new host county agreement. County Board members heard an update Monday on the talks, overseen by the agriculture committee,...
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- Negotiations continue between Pike County and Hickory Ridge Landfill on a new host county agreement. County Board members heard an update Monday on the talks, overseen by the agriculture committee,...
  • Quincy man gets prison time in domestic abuse case

    Quincy man gets prison time in domestic abuse case

    Tuesday, October 28 2014 11:00 AM EDT2014-10-28 15:00:48 GMT
    A Quincy man was sent to prison Monday for his role in a domestic abuse incident. Patrick J. Deverger, 24, was sentenced to 21/2 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections by Judge William Mays. Originally charged...
    A Quincy man was sent to prison Monday for his role in a domestic abuse incident. Patrick J. Deverger, 24, was sentenced to 21/2 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections by Judge William Mays. Originally charged...
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  • Eight citations, six written warnings given during ISP check in Adams County

    Eight citations, six written warnings given during ISP check in Adams County

    Tuesday, October 28 2014 10:15 AM EDT2014-10-28 14:15:30 GMT
    Eight citations and six written warnings were issued during a recent weekend roadside safety check conducted in Adams County by the Illinois State Police District 20 troopers. Four tickets were given for driver's...
    Eight citations and six written warnings were issued during a recent weekend roadside safety check conducted in Adams County by the Illinois State Police District 20 troopers. Four tickets were given for driver's...
  • From 'grease monkeys' to electrical engineers: Auto tech program at Vatterott blossoming

    From 'grease monkeys' to electrical engineers: Auto tech program at Vatterott blossoming

    Tuesday, October 28 2014 10:13 AM EDT2014-10-28 14:13:32 GMT
    Emiko "Emmy" Wagner of Fowler is probably not following the same path as most 23-year-old single moms trying to raise two young children. Emmy is attempting to turn her love of working on cars into a future for her and...
    Emiko "Emmy" Wagner of Fowler is probably not following the same path as most 23-year-old single moms trying to raise two young children. Emmy is attempting to turn her love of working on cars into a future for her and...
  • Quincy woman hopes to promote YWCA success story through cycling event

    Quincy woman hopes to promote YWCA success story through cycling event

    Monday, October 27 2014 2:11 PM EDT2014-10-27 18:11:42 GMT
    NuFIT trainer Angie Asmann has been working with YWCA member Heidi Hartman for the first "Pedal'n for a Purpose" cycling event Friday, Nov. 7 that will promote National Homelessness Awareness month in November. ...
    NuFIT trainer Angie Asmann has been working with YWCA member Heidi Hartman for the first "Pedal'n for a Purpose" cycling event Friday, Nov. 7 that will promote National Homelessness Awareness month in November. ...
  • Third-graders look at what life was like 200 years ago

    Third-graders look at what life was like 200 years ago

    Monday, October 27 2014 10:40 AM EDT2014-10-27 14:40:33 GMT
    Emma Meyer is a typical bright-eyed and enthusiastic third-grader. She found her recent field trip to the grounds of the John Wood Mansion to be fascinating, rattling off all sorts of details she had learned about...
    Emma Meyer is a typical bright-eyed and enthusiastic third-grader. She found her recent field trip to the grounds of the John Wood Mansion to be fascinating, rattling off all sorts of details she had learned about...
  • Organizers seek financial help for Higbee School memorial

    Organizers seek financial help for Higbee School memorial

    Monday, October 27 2014 8:57 AM EDT2014-10-27 12:57:53 GMT
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- Site work should begin this fall on a proposed Higbee School memorial park at the intersection of Jefferson and Jackson streets on a vacant lot the city donated to the Pike County Historical Society. ...
    PITTSFIELD, Ill. -- Site work should begin this fall on a proposed Higbee School memorial park at the intersection of Jefferson and Jackson streets on a vacant lot the city donated to the Pike County Historical Society. ...
  • 'No one's touched this in 200 years': Archaeological crews search Fort Johnson site in Warsaw

    Archaeological crews search Fort Johnson site in Warsaw

    Sunday, October 26 2014 1:24 AM EDT2014-10-26 05:24:23 GMT
    WARSAW, Ill. -- Jenny Goldman ran her gloved hand over the screen, carefully separating a flat disk from the surrounding soil. "A button," Goldman said. "Usually we'll find lots of roots, but we hope for artifacts." ...
    WARSAW, Ill. -- Jenny Goldman ran her gloved hand over the screen, carefully separating a flat disk from the surrounding soil. "A button," Goldman said. "Usually we'll find lots of roots, but we hope for artifacts." ...
  • Portion of Front Street closed to repair 20-inch water main

    Portion of Front Street closed to repair 20-inch water main

    Friday, October 24 2014 11:12 AM EDT2014-10-24 15:12:43 GMT
    Age and constant vibrations from a nearby rail line are being blamed for a leak in a 20-inch water main that closed Front Street south of Hampshire to directly underneath the Memorial Bridge Thursday as crews finish...
    Age and constant vibrations from a nearby rail line are being blamed for a leak in a 20-inch water main that closed Front Street south of Hampshire to directly underneath the Memorial Bridge Thursday as crews finish...
  • Quincy man gets prison time in burglary case

    Quincy man gets prison time in burglary case

    Friday, October 24 2014 10:29 AM EDT2014-10-24 14:29:23 GMT
    A Quincy man was sentenced Thursday to four years in the Illinois Department of Corrections by Judge William Mays on a burglary charge. Timothy M. Herring, 48, earlier had pleaded guilty in connection with a June 28...
    A Quincy man was sentenced Thursday to four years in the Illinois Department of Corrections by Judge William Mays on a burglary charge. Timothy M. Herring, 48, earlier had pleaded guilty in connection with a June 28...
  • GREDF board unanimously supports school building referendum

    GREDF board unanimously supports school building referendum

    Friday, October 24 2014 10:16 AM EDT2014-10-24 14:16:37 GMT
    Kids raised their voices urging people to "vote yes for us" Thursday afternoon as the board of the Great River Economic Development Foundation made an announcement on their behalf. The GREDF board announced its...
    Kids raised their voices urging people to "vote yes for us" Thursday afternoon as the board of the Great River Economic Development Foundation made an announcement on their behalf. The GREDF board announced its...
  • Macomb man 'very lucky' after trench collapse

    Macomb man 'very lucky' after trench collapse

    Thursday, October 23 2014 9:37 PM EDT2014-10-24 01:37:09 GMT
    Tri-Township Assistant Chief Darren Smith says a Macomb man is "very lucky" to have survived a Thursday morning trench collapse. Aaron Bishop, 41, was buried when a nine-foot trench collapsed around 9:20 a.m. while he...
    Tri-Township Assistant Chief Darren Smith says a Macomb man is "very lucky" to have survived a Thursday morning trench collapse. Aaron Bishop, 41, was buried when a nine-foot trench collapsed around 9:20 a.m. while he...
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  • QSFA honors are now the George M. Irwin Arts Awards

    QSFA honors are now the George M. Irwin Arts Awards

    Friday, October 31 2014 11:05 AM EDT2014-10-31 15:05:55 GMT
    The Quincy Society of Fine Arts honored founder George Irwin in twofold fashion Thursday night. Irwin's name will now adorn the organization's four annual awards that honor excellence tied to the arts. The...
    The Quincy Society of Fine Arts honored founder George Irwin in twofold fashion Thursday night. Irwin's name will now adorn the organization's four annual awards that honor excellence tied to the arts. The...
  • City crews cleaning leaves in streets before they clog sewers

    City crews cleaning leaves in streets before they clog sewers

    Friday, October 31 2014 9:32 AM EDT2014-10-31 13:32:06 GMT
    Quincy residents should expect to see plows hitting the streets in the next two weeks, but they won't be moving snow. Richie Reis, director of operations for Central Services, said the city uses smaller plow trucks...
    Quincy residents should expect to see plows hitting the streets in the next two weeks, but they won't be moving snow. Richie Reis, director of operations for Central Services, said the city uses smaller plow trucks...
  • Enterprise zone approval heads to stakeholders

    Enterprise zone approval heads to stakeholders

    Thursday, October 30 2014 12:53 PM EDT2014-10-30 16:53:38 GMT
    Approval of a map and incentives for the renewal of the Quincy/Adams County Enterprise Zone now lies in the laps of the four stakeholders. The Enterprise Zone Board unanimously approved draft ordinances for Quincy, Mount...
    Approval of a map and incentives for the renewal of the Quincy/Adams County Enterprise Zone now lies in the laps of the four stakeholders. The Enterprise Zone Board unanimously approved draft ordinances for Quincy, Mount...
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  • VIDEO: Fort Johnson dig

    VIDEO: Fort Johnson dig

    Crews from the Illinois State Archaeology Survey are sifting through the site of Fort Johnson and Cantonment Davis in Warsaw, long-lost Army outposts that sprang up in West-Central Illinois during the War of 1812. Based on what they find, the archaeologists hope to find out much more about the war on what was then America's western frontier and the early pioneer days in Illinois.

    Crews from the Illinois State Archaeology Survey are sifting through the site of Fort Johnson and Cantonment Davis in Warsaw, long-lost Army outposts that sprang up in West-Central Illinois during the War of 1812. Based on what they find, the archaeologists hope to find out much more about the war on what was then America's western frontier and the early pioneer days in Illinois.

  • VIDEO: Hannibal decontamination drill

    VIDEO: Hannibal decontamination drill

    A volunteer is decontaminated during the mock chemical spill in Hannibal Thursday.

    A volunteer is decontaminated during the mock chemical spill in Hannibal Thursday.

  • VIDEO: Decontamination drill tests emergency response in Hannibal

    VIDEO: Decontamination drill tests emergency response in Hannibal

     Hannibal agencies conducted a mock chemical spill Thursday at Hannibal Regional Airport.

     Hannibal agencies conducted a mock chemical spill Thursday at Hannibal Regional Airport.

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  • Missouri's health Insurance assistance program to hold open enrollment

    Missouri's health Insurance assistance program to hold open enrollment

    Thursday, October 30 2014 10:50 AM EDT2014-10-30 14:50:45 GMT
    CLAIM, Missouri's health Insurance assistance program, will hold a Medicare open enrollment event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 3, in the Hannibal Public LIbrary, 200 S. Fifth. A limited number of spots are...
    CLAIM, Missouri's health Insurance assistance program, will hold a Medicare open enrollment event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 3, in the Hannibal Public LIbrary, 200 S. Fifth. A limited number of spots are...
  • Blessing, QMG sponsor free arthritis seminars in November

    Blessing, QMG sponsor free arthritis seminars in November

    Wednesday, October 29 2014 11:43 AM EDT2014-10-29 15:43:57 GMT
    CARTHAGE, Ill. -- Blessing Orthopedic Services will present two free seminars on arthritis in November. The first will be at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6, at Marine Bank and Trust, 410 Buchanan, Carthage. The second will be...
    CARTHAGE, Ill. -- Blessing Orthopedic Services will present two free seminars on arthritis in November. The first will be at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6, at Marine Bank and Trust, 410 Buchanan, Carthage. The second will be...
  • Haunted House Oct. 31-Nov. 1 near Lewistown, Mo.

    Haunted House Oct. 31-Nov. 1 near Lewistown, Mo.

    Tuesday, October 28 2014 12:38 PM EDT2014-10-28 16:38:09 GMT
    A haunted house will be set up Friday and Saturday at the Lewis County Fairgrounds on Mo. 16 near Lewistown. The cost is $5 a person or $14 a family. The Students Against Destructive Decisions chapter sponsored by the...
    A haunted house will be set up Friday and Saturday at the Lewis County Fairgrounds on Mo. 16 near Lewistown. The cost is $5 a person or $14 a family. The Students Against Destructive Decisions chapter sponsored by the...
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