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Removing children from parents immoral, harmful

As a pediatrician, I am constantly worried about the health of all children, not just my own patients. That is why I am so concerned about many of the policies that are affecting children in the current presidential administration.

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Quincy woman helps guide misdirected package

I would like to express my deepest gratitude to an outstanding citizen of Quincy that also shares my first name.

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Thanks for 70th anniversary celebration

We would like to thank our friends, family and everyone who helped us celebrate our 70th wedding anniversary.

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99th birthday was special

I want to thank my family and friends for the many cards, flowers, gifts, calls and visits for my 99th birthday.

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Gentleman came to the rescue

There are still so many nice people in Quincy. I appreciated everyone trying to unlock my car with the remote inside.

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Thanks for 98th birthday celebration

I would like to thank all my neighbors and friends who helped me celebrate my 98th birthday.

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Thanks for sharing family lineage

The Chateau-Mosby family would like to thank those who supported, showed interest and took the time in sharing our family lineage.

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Thanks for 100th birthday celebration

I would like to thank all my family, friends and neighbors who helped me celebrate my 100th birthday.

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90th birthday party was exciting

Yes, this thank you is late, but I'm still recovering from an exciting surprise 90th birthday party held from 2 to 5 p.m. April 28 at Union United Methodist Church.

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U.S. politicians fail to work for people they represent

Trumpworld is the land of the aggrieved. To be aggrieved is defined as "feeling resentment at having been unfairly treated."