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  • JWCC online veterinary assistant class begins Aug. 17

    JWCC online veterinary assistant class begins Aug. 17

    Sunday, June 28 2015 2:09 AM EDT2015-06-28 06:09:15 GMT
    By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF QUINCY --John Wood Community College will offer a veterinary assistant class beginning Aug. 17. The class is a mix of online coursework with Monday evening labs on the Quincy campus. In...
    By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF QUINCY --John Wood Community College will offer a veterinary assistant class beginning Aug. 17. The class is a mix of online coursework with Monday evening labs on the Quincy campus. In...
  • ICash event to be held this week

    ICash event to be held this week

    Sunday, June 28 2015 2:08 AM EDT2015-06-28 06:08:11 GMT
    The Illinois State Treasurer's office, in cooperation with the Adams County Treasurer's office, will conduct an ICash event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 1, in the Tax Records room at the Adams County Courthouse. Representatives from the Illinois Treasurer's Office's Unclaimed Property Division will be available to search the names of local residents for unclaimed property that has been turned into the state and assist with filing claims.
    The Illinois State Treasurer's office, in cooperation with the Adams County Treasurer's office, will conduct an ICash event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 1, in the Tax Records room at the Adams County Courthouse. Representatives from the Illinois Treasurer's Office's Unclaimed Property Division will be available to search the names of local residents for unclaimed property that has been turned into the state and assist with filing claims.
  • Whispering Oaks Campground to hold annual fireworks show July 3

    Whispering Oaks Campground to hold annual fireworks show July 3

    Sunday, June 28 2015 1:30 AM EDT2015-06-28 05:30:39 GMT
    Whispering Oaks Campground will hold its 24th annual fireworks show Friday, July 3. 
    Whispering Oaks Campground will hold its 24th annual fireworks show Friday, July 3. 
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  • Volunteers help flood victims bounce back in Edina

    Volunteers help flood victims bounce back in Edina

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 10:49 AM EDT2015-07-01 14:49:23 GMT
    A week after flood waters hit several Edina businesses, the community is talking about the small town spirit that rose as the water receded.It would be hard to recover without good volunteer help, but thats one of the great things about living in a small town: People help each other, Mayor David Strickler said.
    A week after flood waters hit several Edina businesses, the community is talking about the small town spirit that rose as the water receded.It would be hard to recover without good volunteer help, but thats one of the great things about living in a small town: People help each other, Mayor David Strickler said.
  • City Council approves TIF rental rehab program

    City Council approves TIF rental rehab program

    Tuesday, June 30 2015 9:31 AM EDT2015-06-30 13:31:14 GMT
    A portion of the money generated through the two downtown Quincy tax increment finance districts can now be used to help renovate residential space.The Quincy City Council approved the program Monday that would allow zero-interest loans of up to $25,000 per residential unit. 
    A portion of the money generated through the two downtown Quincy tax increment finance districts can now be used to help renovate residential space.The Quincy City Council approved the program Monday that would allow zero-interest loans of up to $25,000 per residential unit. 
  • Hester resigns as manager of Quincy Regional Airport

    Hester resigns as manager of Quincy Regional Airport

    Wednesday, July 1 2015 11:07 AM EDT2015-07-01 15:07:21 GMT
    Quincy Regional Airport Manager Jarred Hester suddenly resigned Tuesday after less than two years on the job. Mayor Kyle Moore said Hester’s resignation had nothing to do with a 2014 marketing campaign that involved the purchase of more than $4,300 worth of airline tickets to help the airport reach 10,000 passengers for the year, which some aldermen have questioned in recent weeks, or with an FAA investigation into processes at the airport. 
    Quincy Regional Airport Manager Jarred Hester suddenly resigned Tuesday after less than two years on the job. Mayor Kyle Moore said Hester’s resignation had nothing to do with a 2014 marketing campaign that involved the purchase of more than $4,300 worth of airline tickets to help the airport reach 10,000 passengers for the year, which some aldermen have questioned in recent weeks, or with an FAA investigation into processes at the airport. 
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