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  • Rural Nauvoo woman killed when bullets strike her home Thursday

    Rural Nauvoo woman killed when bullets strike her home Thursday

    Friday, May 29 2015 10:04 AM EDT2015-05-29 14:04:54 GMT
     A 67-year-old woman was fatally shot when several bullets were fired into her home Thursday morning southeast of Nauvoo. A male juvenile was taken into custody and faces possible charges of reckless and aggravated discharge of a firearm and involuntary manslaughter.
     A 67-year-old woman was fatally shot when several bullets were fired into her home Thursday morning southeast of Nauvoo. A male juvenile was taken into custody and faces possible charges of reckless and aggravated discharge of a firearm and involuntary manslaughter.

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7-Day Forecast: Quincy

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Thunderstorms developing in the afternoon

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Cloudy

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Mix of sun and clouds

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Mostly sunny

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Mainly sunny

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Plenty of sun

Currently in Quincy as of

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  • Wind: SSW @ 12 mph
  • Barometer: 30 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:40:18 am
  • Sunset: 08:26:11 pm
  • Humidity: 87
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 3

7-Day Forecast: Macomb

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Showers and thunderstorms late

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Partly cloudy

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Sunny

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Mostly sunny

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Abundant sunshine

Currently in Macomb as of

  • 70°(Feels like 70°)
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  • Wind: S @ 9 mph
  • Barometer: 30.01 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:35:34 am
  • Sunset: 08:24:53 pm
  • Humidity: 87
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 3

7-Day Forecast: Pittsfield

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Partly cloudy

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More sun than clouds

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Currently in Pittsfield as of

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  • Wind: S @ 8 mph
  • Barometer: 30.03 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:38:43 am
  • Sunset: 08:22:46 pm
  • Humidity: 85
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 4

7-Day Forecast: Hannibal

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Afternoon showers and thunderstorms

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More sun than clouds

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More sun than clouds

Currently in Hannibal as of

  • 72°(Feels like 72°)
  • Overcast
  • Wind: SSW @ 8 mph
  • Barometer: 30.01 in.
  • Sunrise: 05:41:11 am
  • Sunset: 08:25:42 pm
  • Humidity: 78
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • UV Index: 2

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Hollis sets sights on returning to national spelling bee

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Ben Hollis' experience at the Scripps National Spelling Bee convinced him of one thing. "I definitely want to come back next year," Ben said. The Hamilton sixth-grader tied for 50th in the 88th annual bee. Ben spelled his words correctly in Rounds 2 and 3 on Wednesday but did not score high enough on the preliminary exam to make the semifinals.
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Potential nursing shortage would not affect region

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Brenda Beshears is confident that West-Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri will have nothing to worry about if a projected shortage of registered nurses in other parts of the nation proves accurate in the coming years.
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Jobless rates down in Quincy, Hannibal; employers have trouble finding skilled workers

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With unemployment figures falling in Quincy and Hannibal, Mo., neighboring communities have some bragging rights -- and challenges. At 4.4 percent unemployment and a 4.3 percent rate for the micropolitan statistical area, the Gem City has one of the lowest jobless rates in the state. More>>

Ex-U.S. Speaker Dennis Hastert indicted on bank-related charges

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Federal prosecutors announced bank-related charges against former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert on Thursday. More>>

EPA unveils new water rules that worry farm groups

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Newly drafted rules that regulate streams, rivers and wetlands are pitting farmers against federal agencies and the Republican Congress against the Obama administration. After more than a year of controversy, the Waters of the United States rules were issued Wednesday.  More>>

New aldermen getting used to roles in city government

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Three new aldermen on Quincy City Council continue to become familiar with their new roles almost one month since they took the oath of office. One role they have become familiar with immediately is dealing with constituent issues -- mostly aimed at the upkeep in the ward. Alderman Jeff Bergman, R-2, said he has received many complaints related to unmowed grass and trash.
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Loss of city support for crossing guards leaves local schools looking for solutions

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The city's decision to stop funding crossing guards is causing concern for the Quincy School District and the city's Catholic elementary schools over how to operate the program next fall -- and how to pay for it. The city and school district split the nearly $100,000 annual cost to provide crossing guards at 18 locations in Quincy, including four Catholic school sites, for the past four years.
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Missouri highway patrol opens driver's license testing supersite in Hannibal

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The Missouri State Highway Patrol has opened a new driver's license testing facility in Hannibal that troopers say will offer local motorists easier access to a quality testing environment. Sgt. Brent Bernhardt said an open house for the newly-constructed commercial driver's license testing "supersite" at 4725 Ready Mix Road is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon Friday. The public is invited to attend.
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Dickens named principal of Blessed Sacrament School

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Christie Dickens, a former assistant superintendent of the Quincy School District, has been named the principal at Blessed Sacrament School. Dickens will replace Chris Reichert, the school's top administrator since 2006. Reichert is stepping down at the end of June to take a newly created position as coordinator for curriculum and instruction at St. Peter School.
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Church seeks site for cremation urns; 58-year-old subdivision code updated

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 Christ Lutheran Church won endorsement for a memorial garden for cremation urns on a lot located just northeast of the building at 3707 Holiday Drive, during Wednesday's Plan Commission meeting.
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Pike board debates counteroffer to host county agreement

Chris Coulter makes a point about the impact of the proposed agreement on the landfill. Chris Coulter makes a point about the impact of the proposed agreement on the landfill.
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A counteroffer from Hickory Ridge Landfill has left the Pike County Board looking for another compromise on a proposed host county agreement.
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  • New 'Super Kids Division' will race night before Soap Box Derby

    New 'Super Kids Division' will race night before Soap Box Derby

    Wednesday, May 27 2015 11:03 AM EDT2015-05-27 15:03:57 GMT
    Ray Wilson says the Quincy Soap Box Derby will truly become something special this year. The derby, resurrected 11 years ago by the Breakfast Optimist Club, is coming off a record-setting number of entries (82) in 2014. The event is expanding to include a separate class for kids with autism and other physical and intellectual needs to be called the "Super Kids Division."
    Ray Wilson says the Quincy Soap Box Derby will truly become something special this year. The derby, resurrected 11 years ago by the Breakfast Optimist Club, is coming off a record-setting number of entries (82) in 2014. The event is expanding to include a separate class for kids with autism and other physical and intellectual needs to be called the "Super Kids Division."

  • Griggsville cook caters to sweet tooth

    Griggsville cook caters to sweet tooth

    Wednesday, May 27 2015 10:59 AM EDT2015-05-27 14:59:30 GMT
    Two of Cheryl Westfall's recipes are Easy Pineapple Angel Food Cake, left, and No Bake Cookies. | H-W Photo/Phil CarlsonTwo of Cheryl Westfall's recipes are Easy Pineapple Angel Food Cake, left, and No Bake Cookies. | H-W Photo/Phil Carlson
    Catering to her own sweet tooth or those of her grandkids is no problem for Cheryl Westfall. "I like to cook easy stuff," the Griggsville woman said, "easy desserts."
    Catering to her own sweet tooth or those of her grandkids is no problem for Cheryl Westfall. "I like to cook easy stuff," the Griggsville woman said, "easy desserts."
  • Council tables plan to change meeting time

    Council tables plan to change meeting time

    Wednesday, May 27 2015 10:34 AM EDT2015-05-27 14:34:07 GMT
    An ordinance to move the start time of Quincy City Council meetings from 7:30 to 7 p.m. was tabled for one week. Alderman Terri Heinecke, R-7, made a request Tuesday to table the ordinance for a month because many committees meet before council starts, and they may not be able to go through their agendas. "I don't know how we are going to do (committee) meetings ahead of time," Heinecke said.
    An ordinance to move the start time of Quincy City Council meetings from 7:30 to 7 p.m. was tabled for one week. Alderman Terri Heinecke, R-7, made a request Tuesday to table the ordinance for a month because many committees meet before council starts, and they may not be able to go through their agendas. "I don't know how we are going to do (committee) meetings ahead of time," Heinecke said.
  • HEALTH NOTEBOOK: 200 free smoke alarms to be installed Saturday

    HEALTH NOTEBOOK: 200 free smoke alarms to be installed Saturday

    Wednesday, May 27 2015 9:58 AM EDT2015-05-27 13:58:16 GMT
    Much of the city's northwest area will be canvassed Saturday as Red Cross volunteers go about installing 200 smoke detectors in homes free of charge. The 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. door-to-door project is part of the nationwide Red Cross Home Fire Preparedness Campaign, designed to create healthier living environments.
    Much of the city's northwest area will be canvassed Saturday as Red Cross volunteers go about installing 200 smoke detectors in homes free of charge. The 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. door-to-door project is part of the nationwide Red Cross Home Fire Preparedness Campaign, designed to create healthier living environments.

  • Hammond says Illinois budget hole 'closer to $4 billion'

    Hammond says Illinois budget hole 'closer to $4 billion'

    Wednesday, May 27 2015 9:45 AM EDT2015-05-27 13:45:49 GMT
    Top Democrats in the Illinois General Assembly said they would welcome ideas from Republicans for filling a $3 billion hole in the budget they've proposed for next year. Republicans say they've been providing input and nobody has listened. "It's really closer to a $4 billion hole, too. They haven't included the group insurance in it," said Rep. Norine Hammond, R-Macomb.
    Top Democrats in the Illinois General Assembly said they would welcome ideas from Republicans for filling a $3 billion hole in the budget they've proposed for next year. Republicans say they've been providing input and nobody has listened. "It's really closer to a $4 billion hole, too. They haven't included the group insurance in it," said Rep. Norine Hammond, R-Macomb.
  • Fix for Adams County Jail tax heads to governor's desk

    Fix for Adams County Jail tax heads to governor's desk

    Wednesday, May 27 2015 9:45 AM EDT2015-05-27 13:45:31 GMT
    Legislation that would allow Adams County to start collecting a quarter-cent sales tax to fund a new jail is on its way to Gov. Bruce Rauner for his signature. The bill approved by a 76-33 vote Tuesday in the House would fix "a technical error" that was in the April ballot question that passed with 67 percent of Adams County voters. The Senate overwhelmingly supported the measure May 14.
    Legislation that would allow Adams County to start collecting a quarter-cent sales tax to fund a new jail is on its way to Gov. Bruce Rauner for his signature. The bill approved by a 76-33 vote Tuesday in the House would fix "a technical error" that was in the April ballot question that passed with 67 percent of Adams County voters. The Senate overwhelmingly supported the measure May 14.
  • Record number of species logged in 2015 spring bird count

    Record number of species logged in 2015 spring bird count

    Wednesday, May 27 2015 9:10 AM EDT2015-05-27 13:10:21 GMT
    Adams County bird watchers logged a record number of species in the 38th annual Illinois spring bird count this month. Participants in the May 9 event tallied 169 species of birds, surpassing the previous record of 167 species recorded in 2013. Coordinator Jason Mullins of Payson said the solid results were noted even though fewer birders participated this year.
    Adams County bird watchers logged a record number of species in the 38th annual Illinois spring bird count this month. Participants in the May 9 event tallied 169 species of birds, surpassing the previous record of 167 species recorded in 2013. Coordinator Jason Mullins of Payson said the solid results were noted even though fewer birders participated this year.
  • Cape Air prepares proposal to continue service out of Quincy Regional Airport

    Cape Air prepares proposal to continue service out of Quincy Regional Airport

    Wednesday, May 27 2015 8:56 AM EDT2015-05-27 12:56:13 GMT
    Cape Air is preparing to submit a proposal to continue passenger air service from Quincy Regional Airport. In a presentation at City Hall on Tuesday, officials with the Massachusetts-based airline said they wish to stay in the market where they have offered service to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport since 2009.
    Cape Air is preparing to submit a proposal to continue passenger air service from Quincy Regional Airport. In a presentation at City Hall on Tuesday, officials with the Massachusetts-based airline said they wish to stay in the market where they have offered service to Lambert-St. Louis International Airport since 2009.
  • The Crossing in Hannibal finds new space to grow

    The Crossing in Hannibal finds new space to grow

    Tuesday, May 26 2015 3:08 PM EDT2015-05-26 19:08:34 GMT
    The Hannibal branch of a Quincy-based megachurch will soon have more space to accommodate its booming congregation. Randy Drish, pastor of the Crossing in Hannibal, said work on a new building adjacent to the Orpheum on Broadway is expected to wrap up by the end of summer. Features include a coffee bar, a larger lobby, more accessible restrooms and additional space for children's activities.
    The Hannibal branch of a Quincy-based megachurch will soon have more space to accommodate its booming congregation. Randy Drish, pastor of the Crossing in Hannibal, said work on a new building adjacent to the Orpheum on Broadway is expected to wrap up by the end of summer. Features include a coffee bar, a larger lobby, more accessible restrooms and additional space for children's activities.

  • St. Peter principal retiring after nearly 40 years in education

    St. Peter principal retiring after nearly 40 years in education

    Tuesday, May 26 2015 11:15 AM EDT2015-05-26 15:15:36 GMT
    Janet Bick, principal of St. Peter School for nearly 28 years, plans to retire by mid-June. "As an administrator, you spend so many hours with this, but now I want to spend more time with my family," she said. Bick said she hopes to see more of her husband, Bob, and she wants to help her mother and mother-in-law with their day-to-day needs. Most of all, she's eager to begin traveling to South Carolina for visits with her only grandchild, Savannah, who will soon turn 3.
    Janet Bick, principal of St. Peter School for nearly 28 years, plans to retire by mid-June. "As an administrator, you spend so many hours with this, but now I want to spend more time with my family," she said. Bick said she hopes to see more of her husband, Bob, and she wants to help her mother and mother-in-law with their day-to-day needs. Most of all, she's eager to begin traveling to South Carolina for visits with her only grandchild, Savannah, who will soon turn 3.
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  • Reichert leaving Blessed Sacrament to take curriculum job at St. Peter

    Reichert leaving Blessed Sacrament to take curriculum job at St. Peter

    Tuesday, May 26 2015 11:39 AM EDT2015-05-26 15:39:01 GMT
    Blessed Sacrament School is looking for a new principal to replace Chris Reichert, the school's top administrator since it opened in 2006. Reichert is stepping down at the end of June to take a new position as coordinator for curriculum and instruction at St. Peter School. She will oversee the professional development of staff, assessment of students and other curriculum-related issues.
    | 217-221-3378ehusar@whig.com | @EHusarWHIG
  • Celebration of heritage planned for Germanfest

    Celebration of heritage planned for Germanfest

    Tuesday, May 26 2015 11:26 AM EDT2015-05-26 15:26:29 GMT
     Germanfest returns to South Park from 5 to 10:30 p.m. June 6. The event starts with the first draw of beer. More German-type activities are planned this year, including a contest to see how long someone can hold up a mug of beer and how far they can carry a few mugs of beer without spilling.
     Germanfest returns to South Park from 5 to 10:30 p.m. June 6. The event starts with the first draw of beer. More German-type activities are planned this year, including a contest to see how long someone can hold up a mug of beer and how far they can carry a few mugs of beer without spilling.
  • Hamilton sixth-grader kicks off National Spelling Bee with preliminaries test

    Hamilton sixth-grader kicks off National Spelling Bee with preliminaries test

    Tuesday, May 26 2015 10:54 AM EDT2015-05-26 14:54:12 GMT
    Taking in the sights of the nation's capitol feels like a dream come true for Ben Hollis. The Hamilton sixth-grader has balanced sightseeing with studying, and starting Tuesday, he hopes to spell success in the 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee competition.
    | 217-221-3379dhusar@whig.com | @DHusarWHIG
  • New Memorial Medical Building showcases more than 130 pieces of donated artwork

    New Memorial Medical Building showcases more than 130 pieces of donated artwork

    Tuesday, May 26 2015 9:54 AM EDT2015-05-26 13:54:52 GMT
    Carrie Scheetz first saw the new Memorial Medical Building as a wide-open space still under construction. She visualized the space first with walls, then with walls covered in art, and worked to make that vision come to life. The end result, achieved with help from artists across the region and beyond, brought the only art gallery in Hancock County.
    Carrie Scheetz first saw the new Memorial Medical Building as a wide-open space still under construction. She visualized the space first with walls, then with walls covered in art, and worked to make that vision come to life. The end result, achieved with help from artists across the region and beyond, brought the only art gallery in Hancock County.
  • New memorial for local veterans dedicated in Quincy's Memorial Park

    New memorial for local veterans dedicated in Quincy's Memorial Park

    Tuesday, May 26 2015 8:35 AM EDT2015-05-26 12:35:37 GMT
    Roger Buss hopes future generations will remember his military service and the sacrifices other local veterans have made for their community and country. A new memorial dedicated Monday in Quincy Memorial Park will make it difficult to forget. Approximately 200 citizens, veterans groups and representatives from Quincy's Harrison Monuments attended the unveiling of a three-paneled monument etched with names of about 160 area veterans -- both living and deceased -- from all ...
    Roger Buss hopes future generations will remember his military service and the sacrifices other local veterans have made for their community and country. A new memorial dedicated Monday in Quincy Memorial Park will make it difficult to forget. Approximately 200 citizens, veterans groups and representatives from Quincy's Harrison Monuments attended the unveiling of a three-paneled monument etched with names of about 160 area veterans -- both living and deceased -- from all ...
  • Record 27,300 pounds of food items collected to aid local food pantries

    Record 27,300 pounds of food items collected to aid local food pantries

    Sunday, May 24 2015 1:38 AM EDT2015-05-24 05:38:21 GMT
    Adams County residents responded in record-setting fashion earlier this month when the call went out for assistance with the 23rd annual "Stamp Out Hunger" national food drive. United Way of Adams County and the National Association of Letter Carriers, which again partnered to aid local food pantries, report an unprecedented 27,300 pounds of food items were collected. That surpassed the previous high of 22,000 pound in 2014.
    Adams County residents responded in record-setting fashion earlier this month when the call went out for assistance with the 23rd annual "Stamp Out Hunger" national food drive. United Way of Adams County and the National Association of Letter Carriers, which again partnered to aid local food pantries, report an unprecedented 27,300 pounds of food items were collected. That surpassed the previous high of 22,000 pound in 2014.

  • Pre-engineering camp hopes to attract students to study STEM

    Pre-engineering camp hopes to attract students to study STEM

    Sunday, May 24 2015 1:36 AM EDT2015-05-24 05:36:45 GMT
    The Quincy Area Vocational-Technical Center is offering a STEM pre-engineering camp this summer for students going into grades 7-9 next fall. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math -- all subjects vital to the study of pre-engineering. The camp, now in its third year, offers a fun way for students to learn about these concepts.
    The Quincy Area Vocational-Technical Center is offering a STEM pre-engineering camp this summer for students going into grades 7-9 next fall. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math -- all subjects vital to the study of pre-engineering. The camp, now in its third year, offers a fun way for students to learn about these concepts.
  • Quincy loves Macker basketball tournament

    Quincy loves Macker basketball tournament

    Sunday, May 24 2015 1:35 AM EDT2015-05-24 05:35:09 GMT
    Basketball was king in downtown Quincy on Saturday. The Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament marked its 25th anniversary in Quincy under perfect weather conditions. Clouds that weather forecasters feared would soak the event provided protection from the sun and kept temperatures moderate.
    Basketball was king in downtown Quincy on Saturday. The Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament marked its 25th anniversary in Quincy under perfect weather conditions. Clouds that weather forecasters feared would soak the event provided protection from the sun and kept temperatures moderate.
  • Online survey an early step in community branding effort

    Online survey an early step in community branding effort

    Sunday, May 24 2015 1:31 AM EDT2015-05-24 05:31:10 GMT
    An online survey is open to residents of Quincy and Adams County as part of a branding campaign. North Star Destinations Strategies has placed the survey at www.BrandQuincy.com, seeking input on what makes the city and the county stand out from competing sites. The survey will remain active through June 18.
    An online survey is open to residents of Quincy and Adams County as part of a branding campaign. North Star Destinations Strategies has placed the survey at www.BrandQuincy.com, seeking input on what makes the city and the county stand out from competing sites. The survey will remain active through June 18.

  • Losing the Legion: Lack of interest from younger veterans helps lead to dwindling numbers for area posts

    Losing the Legion: Lack of interest from younger veterans helps lead to dwindling numbers for area posts

    Sunday, May 24 2015 1:29 AM EDT2015-05-24 05:29:45 GMT
    It wasn't so long ago that the American Legion hall in the small Pike County town of Barry was a beehive of activity. American Legion Post 222 had 150 members, with veterans from World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War, as recently as five years ago. The group had plenty of people to draw from to take care of the various service projects it does throughout the year.
    It wasn't so long ago that the American Legion hall in the small Pike County town of Barry was a beehive of activity. American Legion Post 222 had 150 members, with veterans from World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War, as recently as five years ago. The group had plenty of people to draw from to take care of the various service projects it does throughout the year.
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  • YOUR TURN: Christie Mendenhall

    YOUR TURN: Christie Mendenhall

    Wednesday, May 27 2015 11:21 AM EDT2015-05-27 15:21:25 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a farmer like my grandpa and a performer/singer. When I was very young, I wanted to sing like my Aunt Pam -- she has a beautiful, deep alto sound -- then I wanted to be a soprano like...
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... a farmer like my grandpa and a performer/singer. When I was very young, I wanted to sing like my Aunt Pam -- she has a beautiful, deep alto sound -- then I wanted to be a soprano like...
  • YOUR TURN: Alta King

    YOUR TURN: Alta King

    Wednesday, May 27 2015 11:19 AM EDT2015-05-27 15:19:43 GMT
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... I wanted to work for the Weather Channel because weather fascinated me (and it still does). What would you rather be doing right now? Spending time with my brother, who lives in...
    When I was a kid, I wanted to be ... I wanted to work for the Weather Channel because weather fascinated me (and it still does). What would you rather be doing right now? Spending time with my brother, who lives in...
  • YOUR TURN: Susan Starr

    YOUR TURN: Susan Starr

    Sunday, May 24 2015 1:26 AM EDT2015-05-24 05:26:00 GMT
    Susan Starr, 32, is vice president of retail services at Marine Bank and Trust in Carthage. Starr, her husband Matthew and their three children live on a farm in Hamilton.
    Susan Starr, 32, is vice president of retail services at Marine Bank and Trust in Carthage. Starr, her husband Matthew and their three children live on a farm in Hamilton.
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