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Thanks, QU, for community service project

Several days ago some students from Quincy University came to Sunset Apartments to participate in a community service project. Thank you, QU, for giving the students that opportunity.

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98th birthday was special

God bless each and every one of you who attended my 98th birthday celebration at Casita Catherine, St. Vincent's assisted-living residence.

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Thanks for 60th anniversary open house

We would like to thank everyone who came to our 60th anniversary open house on Oct. 1.

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Thanks for 65th anniversary party

We thank our family for giving us a party for our 65th wedding anniversary.

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U.S. can't have nice things because of Republicans

To The Herald-Whig: Why can't we have nice things? We are one of the richest countries in the world. Why not world-class infrastructure, transportation, education, old-age security and health care? Why not? Is it that this country lives in moral turpitud

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There's nothing cute about many Halloween costumes

To The Herald-Whig: With this upcoming Halloween, I hope our society is opening their eyes to the damaging nature of celebrating the death culture. Death and carnage were seen in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, at the concert where there was real blood and gore. Adu

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Show police, firefighters, first responders your appreciation

To The Herald-Whig: We in Quincy are blessed to have such great police, firemen, first responders and wonderful medical services, including the Air Evac helicopter, and doctors and nurses trained and ready if and when needed. Remember to respect them ever

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Why do we even have rules?

To The Herald-Whig: Isn't life simple? One should follow social laws and regulations, which means that you don't hurt people or create chaotic environments, and everyone gets along. When did we lose this standard? It baffles me. In today's world, why do w

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Democrats have themselves to blame for 2016

To The Herald-Whig: Barack Obama's resume included: Teaching for years Saul Alinsky's "Rules for Radicals" as a community organizer in Chicago. Alinsky's son David wrote: "Obama learned his lesson well. I am proud to see that my father's model for organiz

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Thanks for 60th anniversary celebration

We would like to thank all those who came and celebrated our 60th anniversary with us Sept. 17.