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  • Quincy Police Oct. 24-On the record

    Quincy Police Oct. 24-On the record

    Monday, November 10 2014 11:30 AM EST2014-11-10 16:30:27 GMT
    Quincy Police A 52-inch Phillips TV, and 32-inch Insignia TV were taken from a residence at 829 Harrison on Oct. 15. A LaBelle, Mo. woman left her purse in shopping car at 6030 Broadway at 4:30 p.m. Oct. 20 and when...
    Quincy Police A 52-inch Phillips TV, and 32-inch Insignia TV were taken from a residence at 829 Harrison on Oct. 15. A LaBelle, Mo. woman left her purse in shopping car at 6030 Broadway at 4:30 p.m. Oct. 20 and when...
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    On The Record

    Monday, November 10 2014 11:28 AM EST2014-11-10 16:28:21 GMT
    Circuit Court Charges filed Seth M. Reed, 20, of 626 S. 13th, was charged with aggravated driving under the influence and leaving the scene of a property damage accident stemming from a July 3 incident. Jeri K....
    Circuit Court Charges filed Seth M. Reed, 20, of 626 S. 13th, was charged with aggravated driving under the influence and leaving the scene of a property damage accident stemming from a July 3 incident. Jeri K....
  • Record: Reported Oct. 28, 2014

    Record: Reported Oct. 28, 2014

    Thursday, October 30 2014 4:23 PM EDT2014-10-30 20:23:46 GMT
    Quincy Police Injury accidents Caitlyn E. Hopkins, 27, of 708 Woodbridge, was taken by ambulance to Blessing Hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in a two-vehicle accident at 6:25 p.m. Oct. 15 at Seventh and...
    Quincy Police Injury accidents Caitlyn E. Hopkins, 27, of 708 Woodbridge, was taken by ambulance to Blessing Hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in a two-vehicle accident at 6:25 p.m. Oct. 15 at Seventh and...
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    Under the Influence: Change in processing offenders helps lead to reduction of DUIs in Adams County

    Under the Influence: Change in processing offenders helps lead to reduction of DUIs in Adams County

    Friday, November 21 2014 11:18 AM EST2014-11-21 16:18:34 GMT
    As the number of drunken driving cases reaching her desk continued to grow, Jennifer Cifaldi decided something needed to be done to stem the tide. Cifaldi, an assistant state's attorney who handles traffic offenses, went to Adams County State's Attorney Jon Barnard. The result was the institution of a DUI search warrant program. Starting in 2008, the county began to get search warrants for those suspected of DUI who refused to submit to a Breathalyzer test.
    As the number of drunken driving cases reaching her desk continued to grow, Jennifer Cifaldi decided something needed to be done to stem the tide. Cifaldi, an assistant state's attorney who handles traffic offenses, went to Adams County State's Attorney Jon Barnard. The result was the institution of a DUI search warrant program. Starting in 2008, the county began to get search warrants for those suspected of DUI who refused to submit to a Breathalyzer test.
  • Western Area Purchasing Co-op: 'What we have up here is a pretty good thing for our schools'

    Western Area Purchasing Co-op: 'What we have up here is a pretty good thing for our schools'

    Saturday, November 22 2014 11:34 PM EST2014-11-23 04:34:14 GMT
    LAHARPE, Ill. -- The building's green cover serves as a reminder of the "green" saved by area school districts and businesses working with the Western Area Purchasing Cooperative in LaHarpe. The co-op, overseen by the Regional Office of Education serving Hancock and McDonough counties, buys all kinds of supplies in bulk, which translates into savings for its more than 60 accounts.
    LAHARPE, Ill. -- The building's green cover serves as a reminder of the "green" saved by area school districts and businesses working with the Western Area Purchasing Cooperative in LaHarpe. The co-op, overseen by the Regional Office of Education serving Hancock and McDonough counties, buys all kinds of supplies in bulk, which translates into savings for its more than 60 accounts.

  • 'Recovery approach' in treating mental illness paying dividends

    'Recovery approach' in treating mental illness paying dividends

    Saturday, November 22 2014 11:30 PM EST2014-11-23 04:30:34 GMT
    Lemonia "Joy" Sims now has something awaiting her she never thought possible — a future. "Every sad word in the dictionary described me," she said. "I never thought I would have peace or be able to smile." Sims, a native of Chicago who now calls Quincy her home, has been battling a variety of mental illnesses for much of the past 21 years. 
    Lemonia "Joy" Sims now has something awaiting her she never thought possible — a future. "Every sad word in the dictionary described me," she said. "I never thought I would have peace or be able to smile." Sims, a native of Chicago who now calls Quincy her home, has been battling a variety of mental illnesses for much of the past 21 years. 

  1. QUINCY -- The Rev. Ivan Greuter is admittedly excited about beginning his third year as president of the Quincy Area Ministerial Association.

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