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Wendy Harrington works at Hannibal Regional Hospital, where she is the CEO of the foundation and vice president of development. She loves her job and her team. Harrington has two children, Taylor and Jared, who always make her smile and laugh.

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Penny Roberts, 66, is membership sales manager for AirMedCare Network. She has worked at Air Evac for almost 13 years, and it is truly a labor of love for her. She is the mother of three and grandmother of 10.

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Rebecca Iftner Winner -- who just turned 65 and is proud of it -- has been the library director at the Barry Public Library for about six and one-half years and is a retired teacher. She and her husband, Mark, soon will celebrate their 45th anniversary. The

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Tom Dugger, 69, is executive director for Families and Communities Together in Hannibal, Mo. He grew up in Carlinville, Ill. Dugger is married with one adult son, and he enjoys working on small mechanical projects.

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Time to crown the annual Morons of the Year
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Time to crown the annual Morons of the Year

After a year's worth of bad judgments, bad ideas and bad actions, it's time to crown the 2017 Morons of the Year. To be eligible, today's top three had to have earned gold-medal status during one of the preceding 12 months.

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Husband's poem provides a steppingstone to new year
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Husband's poem provides a steppingstone to new year

To this day, Essie Hendricks firmly believes her late husband, Harry, had what she terms "heavenly help" when writing a poem not long before his passing in 2016.