Your Turn/George Walley
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Be proud this weekend, Quincy
Steve Eighinger

Be proud this weekend, Quincy

The more I think about it, the more I think he could be right. I recently had a conversation with good friend Ray Wilson, who helps coordinate the Quincy Soap Box Derby for the Optimist Club.

Steve Eighinger

There's nothing like chillin' out to hot weather terms

My wife, whom I affectionately refer to as "Kath," loves to watch the nightly news on WGEM and NBC. Many nights, I enjoy sitting in the living room with her, exchanging thoughts about the various stories unfolding in front of us. I'll be honest, most of t

Your Turn/Ryan Whicker
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Your Turn/Ryan Whicker

Your Turn/Ryan Whicker

These two events deserve your support
Steve Eighinger

These two events deserve your support

The next couple of weekends are going to be a big deal in Quincy, and may I suggest making plans to be a part of the goings-on?

Are you motion challenged? Don't be ashamed
Steve Eighinger

Are you motion challenged? Don't be ashamed

On more than one occasion in the Eighinger household, my lovely wife has looked in my direction and rolled her eyes. That reaction usually comes after she has asked me to do some sort of task that I had forgotten or simply ignored.

Your Turn/Betsy Bauer
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Your Turn/Betsy Bauer

Your Turn/Betsy Bauer

The spring lunch group should be interesting
Steve Eighinger

The spring lunch group should be interesting

It's lunch time -- again. This is the annual spring edition of "Let's Go To Lunch (with Steve)," the second of four virtual noontime dates with local and national names in the news.

Thank the Lord for that air conditioning
Steve Eighinger

Thank the Lord for that air conditioning

Memorial Day is now in the rearview mirror. That means summer is officially here. That also means there will be some bad news to accompany the good.

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Your Turn/Lisa Bauer

Lisa Bauer, 57, grew up in New Salem and moved to Pittsfield when she was 16. She graduated from Pittsfield High school and then married Bryan Bauer. They have two daughters, Brooke and Katie, and four grandchildren.