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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

Tuesday
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  • 41°
  • 13°

Cloudy

Wednesday
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  • 20°

Mostly cloudy

Thursday
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  • 20°
  • 13°

Sunny

Friday
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  • 41°
  • 28°

A few clouds

Saturday
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  • 45°
  • 27°

Abundant sunshine

Sunday
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  • 43°
  • 28°

Partly cloudy

Monday
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  • 43°
  • 32°

Sunshine

Currently in Quincy as of

  • 35°(Feels like 29°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: NW @ 7 mph
  • Barometer: 29.85 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:36:00 am
  • Sunset: 05:59:31 pm
  • Humidity: 89
  • Visibility: 9 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

Tuesday
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  • 36°

Considerably cloudy, windy

Wednesday
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  • 20°
  • -2°

More clouds than sun

Thursday
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  • 16°

Abundant sunshine

Friday
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  • 41°
  • 26°

Sunny

Saturday
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  • 45°
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A few clouds

Sunday
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  • 27°

A few clouds

Monday
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  • 45°
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Currently in Macomb as of

  • 35°(Feels like 26°)
  • Broken Clouds
  • Wind: NW @ 13 mph
  • Barometer: 29.84 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:33:25 am
  • Sunset: 05:56:10 pm
  • Humidity: 90
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

Tuesday
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  • 43°
  • 14°

Chance of snow showers early

Wednesday
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  • 23°

Cloudy

Thursday
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  • 22°
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Sunshine

Friday
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  • 44°
  • 28°

Sunshine

Saturday
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  • 50°
  • 28°

Mainly sunny

Sunday
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  • 31°

A few clouds

Monday
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  • 51°
  • 33°

Sunshine

Currently in Pittsfield as of

  • 38°(Feels like 34°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: WNW @ 6 mph
  • Barometer: 29.85 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:33:16 am
  • Sunset: 05:57:18 pm
  • Humidity: 93
  • Visibility: 4 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

Tuesday
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  • 43°
  • 15°

Snow showers early

Wednesday
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  • 25°

Cloudy

Thursday
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  • 25°
  • 16°

Mainly sunny

Friday
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  • 49°
  • 30°

Sunshine

Saturday
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  • 50°
  • 29°

Abundant sunshine

Sunday
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  • 55°
  • 31°

A few clouds

Monday
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  • 55°
  • 33°

Sunny

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 37°(Feels like 33°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: WNW @ 6 mph
  • Barometer: 29.86 in.
  • Sunrise: 06:36:01 am
  • Sunset: 05:59:53 pm
  • Humidity: 87
  • Visibility: 7 mi.
  • UV Index: 0

Regional Conditions

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Matthew West, Colton Dixon headline April 3 concert at OLC

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Two-time Grammy nominee Matthew West and rising star Colton Dixon will headline what promises to be an insightful contemporary Christian concert April 3 at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. More>>

Carbon monoxide at Kelly's Tavern sends three to hospital

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Three people were transported to Blessing Hospital Tuesday afternoon when a faulty stove released carbon monoxide at Kelly's Tavern. Assistant Fire Chief James Pioch said a general alarm was called at 1:48 p.m. for what was initially thought to be a gas leak. At least 25 people were checked out by Adams County EMS workers.  More>>

Polar Plunge raises more than $14,000 for Special Olympics of Missouri

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Participants of the fifth annual Hannibal Polar Plunge braved snow and 20-degree weather to raise a record-breaking $14,673 for Special Olympics of Missouri. Neil Maune of the Hannibal Rotary Club team... More>>

Aldermen reject special permit for Madonna House

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Joanne Dedert said Madonna House will continue to provide services even though it was denied a permit to offer counseling and life-skill classes next door to its facility south of 12th and Kentucky. More>>

Committee working on emergency plan for Marion County courthouse in Palmyra

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A committee of Marion County officials will seek feedback this week on an emergency response plan for the county courthouse in Palmyra. More>>

Koster, Kander among top speakers at Demo Days this weekend

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Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander and Attorney General Chris Koster will headline this weekend's Democrat Days event at the Hannibal Inn and Conference Center, 4141 Market St. More>>

Schock reimburses government for travel to Bears game

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Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock reimbursed the U.S. government for more than $1,200 in travel expenses for attending a Chicago Bears football game last November, his office said Monday. He previously had charged taxpayers for the trip. The reimbursement comes amid new congressional reports detailing $14,000 in private air travel incurred by Schock last fall. More>>

Nonprofits seek financial boost from city to support missions, events

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A plan introduced at the city of Quincy's budget retreat earlier this month would provide additional funding to some area nonprofits, even though the city started cutting funding in recent years. More>>

Rauner budget proposal could alter local Amtrak service

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The budget debate in Springfield could affect passenger train service between Chicago and downstate destinations. More>>

Grain Belt Express plans final public meetings

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Grain Belt Express will hold its last round of public meetings this week on a planned transmission line.
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City likely to hold onto plan to add salt storage capacity at Central Services

Kevin Hollenstine, loader operator for Quincy's Department of Central Services, delivers a load of salt to a snow removal truck last week. | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt Kevin Hollenstine, loader operator for Quincy's Department of Central Services, delivers a load of salt to a snow removal truck last week. | H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt
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An idea to eliminate an inefficient process in the Department of Central Services looks to be shelved for at least the near future, as the city is looking at potential revenue cuts from the state. More>>

Steak 'n Shake closes Quincy site; owner says renewing franchise makes no sense

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Steak ‘n Shake restaurant in Quincy is closed. John Duryea, owner of the Duryea Group Inc., said after 20 years, renewing the franchise with the Steak ‘n Shake corporation “does not make sense economically.” A sign posted Monday morning on the door of the restaurant at 3819 Broadway thanked customers for 20 years of loyal patronage. More>>

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  • Adams County sees huge drop in meth lab seizures, but 'ice' becoming more popular

    Adams County sees huge drop in meth lab seizures, but 'ice' becoming more popular

    Monday, March 2 2015 9:56 AM EST2015-03-02 14:56:40 GMT
    The good news for Adams County is that the number of methamphetamine lab seizures in the county during 2014 wasn't half of what it was the previous year. The bad news for the county is that the drug still has a grip on the area and is being used in a new form commonly called "ice."
    The good news for Adams County is that the number of methamphetamine lab seizures in the county during 2014 wasn't half of what it was the previous year. The bad news for the county is that the drug still has a grip on the area and is being used in a new form commonly called "ice."
  • Three injured when car slides into ditch on White Oak Road

    Three injured when car slides into ditch on White Oak Road

    Sunday, March 1 2015 11:01 PM EST2015-03-02 04:01:18 GMT
    QUINCY -- A Mendon man and two Quincy residents suffered injuries after the car they were in slid into a ditch early Sunday morning. The Adams County Sheriff's Department reported Trent S. Howlett, 39, of Mendon, was driving a 2000 Jeep 4x4 northbound on White Oak Road when he attempted to make a right turn onto Maas Road at a high rate of speed. Howlett lost control of the vehicle, and it slid into a ditch.
    QUINCY -- A Mendon man and two Quincy residents suffered injuries after the car they were in slid into a ditch early Sunday morning. The Adams County Sheriff's Department reported Trent S. Howlett, 39, of Mendon, was driving a 2000 Jeep 4x4 northbound on White Oak Road when he attempted to make a right turn onto Maas Road at a high rate of speed. Howlett lost control of the vehicle, and it slid into a ditch.
  • Snowstorm dumps up to seven inches on West-Central Illinois, Northeast Missouri

    Snowstorm dumps up to seven inches on West-Central Illinois, Northeast Missouri

    Sunday, March 1 2015 10:42 PM EST2015-03-02 03:42:24 GMT
    Residents of Northeast Missouri and West-Central Illinois spent the first day of March digging out after a storm dropped up to 7 inches of snow on the region on Saturday night and Sunday morning. Melissa Byrd, a meteorologist in the National Weather Service's St. Louis office, said Quincy saw about 5 inches of snow, while Hannibal recorded a snowfall total of 6.5 inches. Weather spotters in Edina, Mo., and New London, Mo., reported respective snowfall totals of 4 and 5.5 inches ...
    Residents of Northeast Missouri and West-Central Illinois spent the first day of March digging out after a storm dropped up to 7 inches of snow on the region on Saturday night and Sunday morning. Melissa Byrd, a meteorologist in the National Weather Service's St. Louis office, said Quincy saw about 5 inches of snow, while Hannibal recorded a snowfall total of 6.5 inches. Weather spotters in Edina, Mo., and New London, Mo., reported respective snowfall totals of 4 and 5.5 inches ...
  • Award recognizes ag educator committed "to encourage lifelong learning"

    Award recognizes ag educator committed "to encourage lifelong learning"

    Sunday, March 1 2015 1:30 AM EST2015-03-01 06:30:52 GMT
    Growing up on a Quincy farm spurred an early interest in agriculture in Larry Fischer.
    Growing up on a Quincy farm spurred an early interest in agriculture in Larry Fischer.
  • Pike County foundation spends half of its funding on basic-needs issues

    Pike County foundation spends half of its funding on basic-needs issues

    Sunday, March 1 2015 1:20 AM EST2015-03-01 06:20:07 GMT
    Jan Bleich doesn't have to look far to find individuals and families struggling to make ends meet. "Through all of our programs, I can say we see the face of poverty every day in Pike County," said Bleich, director of nursing with the Pike County Health Department. So does Patty McIntosh, executive director of the Health and Wellness Foundation of Pike County, who works with her board to allocate grant funding and provide additional support.
    Jan Bleich doesn't have to look far to find individuals and families struggling to make ends meet. "Through all of our programs, I can say we see the face of poverty every day in Pike County," said Bleich, director of nursing with the Pike County Health Department. So does Patty McIntosh, executive director of the Health and Wellness Foundation of Pike County, who works with her board to allocate grant funding and provide additional support.

  • MAKING ENDS MEET: Agency aid stretched as many struggle against poverty

    MAKING ENDS MEET: Agency aid stretched as many struggle against poverty

    Sunday, March 1 2015 1:17 AM EST2015-03-01 06:17:49 GMT
    No matter how hard Lisa Dover tried, the money wouldn't stretch far enough. She had come so far in trying to become a licensed practical nurse to provide a better life for herself and her children, but couldn't come up with the $400 for the required test to get her license. Help came through Pike County Unmet Needs, which sees a growing number of requests like Dover's.
    No matter how hard Lisa Dover tried, the money wouldn't stretch far enough. She had come so far in trying to become a licensed practical nurse to provide a better life for herself and her children, but couldn't come up with the $400 for the required test to get her license. Help came through Pike County Unmet Needs, which sees a growing number of requests like Dover's.

  • HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Blessing Health System joins major sponsor lineup for Bridge the Gap to Health

    HEALTH NOTEBOOK: Blessing Health System joins major sponsor lineup for Bridge the Gap to Health

    Sunday, March 1 2015 1:14 AM EST2015-03-01 06:14:35 GMT
    Blessing Health System has joined the Bridge the Gap to Health cause as a major sponsor. The Quincy Medical Group coordinates the Bridge the Gap to Health event, which raises tens of thousands of dollars each year for the Quincy Catholic Charities MedAssist program. This year's race is May 16.
    Blessing Health System has joined the Bridge the Gap to Health cause as a major sponsor. The Quincy Medical Group coordinates the Bridge the Gap to Health event, which raises tens of thousands of dollars each year for the Quincy Catholic Charities MedAssist program. This year's race is May 16.

  • Polar Plunge draws a chilly crowd to Quincy's Moorman Park Lake

    Polar Plunge draws a chilly crowd to Quincy's Moorman Park Lake

    Sunday, March 1 2015 12:59 AM EST2015-03-01 05:59:42 GMT
    Squeals, groans, chattering teeth and laughter erupted from many of the people in the Polar Plunge fundraiser on Saturday at Moorman Park Lake. "The worst part was waiting to go in. The water was almost warmer than the air," said Donna Derhake.
    Squeals, groans, chattering teeth and laughter erupted from many of the people in the Polar Plunge fundraiser on Saturday at Moorman Park Lake. "The worst part was waiting to go in. The water was almost warmer than the air," said Donna Derhake.

  • Communities, counties wait for axe to fall as state budget calls for cutting $600 million statewide

    Communities, counties wait for axe to fall as state budget calls for cutting $600 million statewide

    Sunday, March 1 2015 12:55 AM EST2015-03-01 05:55:59 GMT
    Communities in Illinois are in a holding pattern as they wait for lawmakers in Springfield to sort out the state's budget for the next fiscal year. At risk for the communities is half of the shared income tax revenue the state provides.
    Communities in Illinois are in a holding pattern as they wait for lawmakers in Springfield to sort out the state's budget for the next fiscal year. At risk for the communities is half of the shared income tax revenue the state provides.

  • Farha announces bid to lead Adams County State's Attorney's Office

    Farha announces bid to lead Adams County State's Attorney's Office

    Sunday, March 1 2015 12:47 AM EST2015-03-01 05:47:15 GMT
    Gary Farha announced Saturday during a gathering at Tower Pizza that he would seek the Republican nomination for the office. Farha will face fellow Assistant State's Attorney Jennifer Cifaldi in a primary election in March 2016. They seek to replace Jon Barnard, who has announced he will not seek a fourth term.
    Gary Farha announced Saturday during a gathering at Tower Pizza that he would seek the Republican nomination for the office. Farha will face fellow Assistant State's Attorney Jennifer Cifaldi in a primary election in March 2016. They seek to replace Jon Barnard, who has announced he will not seek a fourth term.

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  • HLGU nears deadline to raise matching funds for new science building

    HLGU nears deadline to raise matching funds for new science building

    Sunday, March 1 2015 12:44 AM EST2015-03-01 05:44:04 GMT
    Construction crews are doing their part to make sure Hannibal-LaGrange University's new science, nursing and allied health building meets its August completion date, but the university still needs help to bring the project to the finish line.
    Construction crews are doing their part to make sure Hannibal-LaGrange University's new science, nursing and allied health building meets its August completion date, but the university still needs help to bring the project to the finish line.
  • Hannibal officials moving quickly to curb airport drag racing

    Hannibal officials moving quickly to curb airport drag racing

    Sunday, March 1 2015 12:39 AM EST2015-03-01 05:39:13 GMT
    Public Works Superintendent Brian Chaplin says city leaders and aviation officials are not taking reports of drag racing at Hannibal Regional Airport lightly.
    Public Works Superintendent Brian Chaplin says city leaders and aviation officials are not taking reports of drag racing at Hannibal Regional Airport lightly.
  • YOUR TURN: Kate Dougherty

    YOUR TURN: Kate Dougherty

    Sunday, March 1 2015 12:26 AM EST2015-03-01 05:26:50 GMT
    Kate Dougherty, 41, is a self-proclaimed edu-junkie focused on the ways kids learn and are taught. Following a career in the brokerage marketing industry, she came back home 15 years ago. The founder and president of Down Country has a bachelor of arts in history and political science and lifetime teaching certification for secondary education in communication arts, social science and speech/theater.
    Kate Dougherty, 41, is a self-proclaimed edu-junkie focused on the ways kids learn and are taught. Following a career in the brokerage marketing industry, she came back home 15 years ago. The founder and president of Down Country has a bachelor of arts in history and political science and lifetime teaching certification for secondary education in communication arts, social science and speech/theater.
  • Mess on Maine: One of city's most traveled — and noticeably bumpier — streets in line for resurfacing

    Mess on Maine: One of city's most traveled — and noticeably bumpier — streets in line for resurfacing

    Saturday, February 28 2015 1:29 AM EST2015-02-28 06:29:32 GMT
    QUINCY -- The ride along Maine Street between 12th and 18th has become noticeably more bumpy in recent months, but the 6,000 drivers who travel that road every day should find it much smoother later this year. Jeffrey Conte, director of utilities and engineering, said the city was hoping to resurface that stretch of Maine later as part of its annual motor fuel tax resurfacing program. However, the road has deteriorated to where it needs more immediate attention.
    QUINCY -- The ride along Maine Street between 12th and 18th has become noticeably more bumpy in recent months, but the 6,000 drivers who travel that road every day should find it much smoother later this year. Jeffrey Conte, director of utilities and engineering, said the city was hoping to resurface that stretch of Maine later as part of its annual motor fuel tax resurfacing program. However, the road has deteriorated to where it needs more immediate attention.

  • Gardner Denver workers say severance packages being offered

    Gardner Denver workers say severance packages being offered

    Saturday, February 28 2015 1:25 AM EST2015-02-28 06:25:17 GMT
    QUINCY -- Gardner Denver officials have confirmed that workers will be added at the corporate headquarters in Milwaukee. The company's website also shows that the manufacturer is seeking applicants in Quincy, while longtime employees at the factory on Gardner Expressway have confirmed they were offered severance packages to retire.
    QUINCY -- Gardner Denver officials have confirmed that workers will be added at the corporate headquarters in Milwaukee. The company's website also shows that the manufacturer is seeking applicants in Quincy, while longtime employees at the factory on Gardner Expressway have confirmed they were offered severance packages to retire.
  • Lewis County chief deputy wins Exchange Club's top cop honor

    Lewis County chief deputy wins Exchange Club's top cop honor

    Saturday, February 28 2015 1:23 AM EST2015-02-28 06:23:45 GMT
    QUINCY -- He might not have known everyone in the room, but Rob Power has worked with every agency that was represented at Friday's 49th annual Quincy Exchange Club's Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award luncheon. "I've worked with everybody in this room," Power said. "I trained some of the younger guys, and some of the older guys trained me. We've worked together, side by side."
    QUINCY -- He might not have known everyone in the room, but Rob Power has worked with every agency that was represented at Friday's 49th annual Quincy Exchange Club's Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award luncheon. "I've worked with everybody in this room," Power said. "I trained some of the younger guys, and some of the older guys trained me. We've worked together, side by side."

  • Leadership Day lets students show off their Seven Habits training

    Leadership Day lets students show off their Seven Habits training

    Saturday, February 28 2015 1:18 AM EST2015-02-28 06:18:52 GMT
    QUINCY -- Amealia Fryer, a second-grader at Ellington School, demonstrated her leadership skills Friday by escorting a group of visitors through the school as part of Leadership Day. Amealia, 7, stopped at a bulletin board showcasing the Seven Habits leadership curriculum being taught at Ellington. She showed the visitors how the Seven Habits involve some basic guiding principles, such as "be proactive," "begin with the end in mind," and "think win-win."
    QUINCY -- Amealia Fryer, a second-grader at Ellington School, demonstrated her leadership skills Friday by escorting a group of visitors through the school as part of Leadership Day. Amealia, 7, stopped at a bulletin board showcasing the Seven Habits leadership curriculum being taught at Ellington. She showed the visitors how the Seven Habits involve some basic guiding principles, such as "be proactive," "begin with the end in mind," and "think win-win."

  • Former Hannibal principal facing heroin charge to hire own lawyer

    Former Hannibal principal facing heroin charge to hire own lawyer

    Friday, February 27 2015 3:11 PM EST2015-02-27 20:11:29 GMT
    After being denied a public defender earlier this week, a former Hannibal elementary school principal made his latest court appearance Friday with his own lawyer. Clifford Schwartz, an attorney from Arnold, Mo., told Judge John Jackson he eventually will enter his appearance on behalf of J.D. Foust, 33, of Hannibal. 
    After being denied a public defender earlier this week, a former Hannibal elementary school principal made his latest court appearance Friday with his own lawyer. Clifford Schwartz, an attorney from Arnold, Mo., told Judge John Jackson he eventually will enter his appearance on behalf of J.D. Foust, 33, of Hannibal. 
  • Mental health services give Hannibal clinic a boost

    Mental health services give Hannibal clinic a boost

    Friday, February 27 2015 11:16 AM EST2015-02-27 16:16:08 GMT
    A partnership with a local firm to provide patients with mental health services was one of the successes the Hannibal Free Clinic celebrated during its annual banquet Thursday. The clinic has trimmed its waiting list substantially and has added volunteers since entering a partnership with Clarity Healthcare in Hannibal after receiving a grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health last fall.
    A partnership with a local firm to provide patients with mental health services was one of the successes the Hannibal Free Clinic celebrated during its annual banquet Thursday. The clinic has trimmed its waiting list substantially and has added volunteers since entering a partnership with Clarity Healthcare in Hannibal after receiving a grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health last fall.
  • Hannibal tax measures would level playing field

    Hannibal tax measures would level playing field

    Friday, February 27 2015 11:15 AM EST2015-02-27 16:15:14 GMT
    City Manager Jeff LaGarceCity Manager Jeff LaGarce
    Hannibal City Manager Jeff LaGarce discussed two ballot propositions related to sales and use taxes on titled items with business and community leaders Thursday at a Hannibal Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon. LaGarce, who highlighted future plans for a group at the Hannibal Country Club, said the City Council voted to put the propositions on the April 7 ballot to eliminate "an inequity" between local and out-of-state retailers.
    Hannibal City Manager Jeff LaGarce discussed two ballot propositions related to sales and use taxes on titled items with business and community leaders Thursday at a Hannibal Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon. LaGarce, who highlighted future plans for a group at the Hannibal Country Club, said the City Council voted to put the propositions on the April 7 ballot to eliminate "an inequity" between local and out-of-state retailers.

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  • Carbon monoxide at Kelly's Tavern sends three to hospital

    Carbon monoxide at Kelly's Tavern sends three to hospital

    Tuesday, March 3 2015 6:20 PM EST2015-03-03 23:20:36 GMT
    Three people were transported to Blessing Hospital Tuesday afternoon when a faulty stove released carbon monoxide at Kelly's Tavern. Assistant Fire Chief James Pioch said a general alarm was called at 1:48 p.m. for what was initially thought to be a gas leak. At least 25 people were checked out by Adams County EMS workers. 
    Three people were transported to Blessing Hospital Tuesday afternoon when a faulty stove released carbon monoxide at Kelly's Tavern. Assistant Fire Chief James Pioch said a general alarm was called at 1:48 p.m. for what was initially thought to be a gas leak. At least 25 people were checked out by Adams County EMS workers. 
  • Polar Plunge raises more than $14,000 for Special Olympics of Missouri

    Polar Plunge raises more than $14,000 for Special Olympics of Missouri

    Tuesday, March 3 2015 11:14 AM EST2015-03-03 16:14:29 GMT
    Participants of the fifth annual Hannibal Polar Plunge braved snow and 20-degree weather to raise a record-breaking $14,673 for Special Olympics of Missouri. Neil Maune of the Hannibal Rotary Club team...
    Participants of the fifth annual Hannibal Polar Plunge braved snow and 20-degree weather to raise a record-breaking $14,673 for Special Olympics of Missouri. Neil Maune of the Hannibal Rotary Club team...
  • Aldermen reject special permit for Madonna House

    Aldermen reject special permit for Madonna House

    Tuesday, March 3 2015 11:14 AM EST2015-03-03 16:14:23 GMT
    Joanne Dedert said Madonna House will continue to provide services even though it was denied a permit to offer counseling and life-skill classes next door to its facility south of 12th and Kentucky.
    Joanne Dedert said Madonna House will continue to provide services even though it was denied a permit to offer counseling and life-skill classes next door to its facility south of 12th and Kentucky.
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  • YOUR TURN: Kate Dougherty

    YOUR TURN: Kate Dougherty

    Sunday, March 1 2015 12:26 AM EST2015-03-01 05:26:50 GMT
    Kate Dougherty, 41, is a self-proclaimed edu-junkie focused on the ways kids learn and are taught. Following a career in the brokerage marketing industry, she came back home 15 years ago. The founder and president of Down Country has a bachelor of arts in history and political science and lifetime teaching certification for secondary education in communication arts, social science and speech/theater.
    Kate Dougherty, 41, is a self-proclaimed edu-junkie focused on the ways kids learn and are taught. Following a career in the brokerage marketing industry, she came back home 15 years ago. The founder and president of Down Country has a bachelor of arts in history and political science and lifetime teaching certification for secondary education in communication arts, social science and speech/theater.
  • YOUR TURN: Donna Smith

    YOUR TURN: Donna Smith

    Sunday, February 22 2015 12:28 AM EST2015-02-22 05:28:35 GMT
    Donna Smith, 49, was born and raised in Quincy. When she met and married Bryan Smith, they had the opportunity to buy TNT and remain in Quincy with their three sons, Andrew, Phillip and Patrick. The Smiths now have four grandchildren in Quincy as well -- Tinsley, Bentley, Hollis and Landon -- and daughter-in-law Alisha.
    Donna Smith, 49, was born and raised in Quincy. When she met and married Bryan Smith, they had the opportunity to buy TNT and remain in Quincy with their three sons, Andrew, Phillip and Patrick. The Smiths now have four grandchildren in Quincy as well -- Tinsley, Bentley, Hollis and Landon -- and daughter-in-law Alisha.
  • YOUR TURN: April Gavillet

    YOUR TURN: April Gavillet

    Sunday, February 15 2015 1:30 AM EST2015-02-15 06:30:38 GMT
    April Gavillet, 37, has worked at Lehr and Clark Insurance and also for the Carthage Area Chamber of Commerce for almost six years. She's been married for 17 years to Russ, and they have three kids -- Bryce, 15; Baylee, 13; and Bryton, 4. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking, reading and taking pictures.
    April Gavillet, 37, has worked at Lehr and Clark Insurance and also for the Carthage Area Chamber of Commerce for almost six years. She's been married for 17 years to Russ, and they have three kids -- Bryce, 15; Baylee, 13; and Bryton, 4. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking, reading and taking pictures.
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