Your Turn/Max Middendorf
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Your Turn/Max Middendorf

Max Middendorf, 52, is a vice president and Illinois office manager of MECO Engineering Co. Inc. He is married to Brenda Middendorf; has one stepson, Craig Lacy; daughter-in-law, Rachel; and granddaughter, Karsyn. Middendorf grew up in Quincy, graduated from Quincy High School and received a bachelor of science in civil engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla.

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Quincy News

Quincyan receives National Exchange Club highest honor

Quincy Exchange Club member Dennis Koch was recently inducted into the National Exchange Club Court of Honor. Koch is the first Quincyan and one of only a handful of Illinoisians to receive the honor.

Illinois News

Boy Scouts get new cabins at Saukenauk, Eastman camps

Eight new cabins at the Saukenauk Scout Reservation near Mendon and Camp Eastman in Nauvoo are now available to support both Boy Scout groups, as well as other community groups.

Quincy man faces federal exploitation of a minor charges
Police & Courts

Quincy man faces federal exploitation of a minor charges

Federal charges have been filed against a Quincy man alleging he secretly recorded video of children in his home during a two-year period.

Quincy News

Quincy tree-planting program underway

Forty-nine trees for planting along Quincy rights of way are now on sale for $40 each. The annual tree planting program allows Quincy residents and business owners to buy trees for planting adjacent to their properties.

Hamilton toddler in remission from rare brain tumor 'defied all odds'
Illinois News

Hamilton toddler in remission from rare brain tumor 'defied all odds'

Hayden Wheatley appears at first glance like any other toddler. The 3-year-old gives off few indications that her return to the Wheatley's Hamilton home has defied all odds.

Gus Macker, Quincy Exchange Club to part ways after 2020
Quincy News

Gus Macker, Quincy Exchange Club to part ways after 2020

The popular Gus Macker 3-on-3 basketball tournament, a downtown Quincy staple for more than a quarter of a century, will come to an end after the 2020 event. Maybe.

Moore sees higher trash sticker costs as an option
Quincy News

Moore sees higher trash sticker costs as an option

Hikes in trash sticker fees were mentioned by Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore in an Illinois Issues story published this week about options for preventing budget deficits. Moore said he's not pushing any particular garbage and recycling change right now.

Health Department administrator: No high risk with Legionnaires' cases
Quincy News

Health Department administrator: No high risk with Legionnaires' cases

Adams County Health Department Administrator Jerrod Welch doesn't perceive a high risk to the community in the wake of two new confirmed cases of Legionnaires' disease at the Illinois Veterans Home, one of which was fatal.

Quincy man sentenced to 40 year after pleading guilty to sex assault charges
Police & Courts

Quincy man sentenced to 40 year after pleading guilty to sex assault charges

A 38-year-old Quincy man was sentenced Thursday to a total of 40 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections after he pleaded guilty to charges involving the sexual abuse of a child over several years.

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