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  • Crime of the Week: Stolen 4-wheeler

    Crime of the Week: Stolen 4-wheeler

    Thursday, September 25 2014 11:57 AM EDT2014-09-25 15:57:03 GMT
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers need your help in solving a theft over $500. A red 2006 Polaris Hawkeye 300 cc 4-wheeler was taken from a trailer parked in the 500 block of Spring in Quincy between 2 and 5 p.m. on Aug....
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers need your help in solving a theft over $500. A red 2006 Polaris Hawkeye 300 cc 4-wheeler was taken from a trailer parked in the 500 block of Spring in Quincy between 2 and 5 p.m. on Aug....
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  • Historic church in Perry destroyed in blaze

    Historic church in Perry destroyed in blaze

    Thursday, October 2 2014 8:47 AM EDT2014-10-02 12:47:18 GMT
    PERRY, Ill. --The historic Church of Christ went up in flames late Wednesday afternoon after lightning struck the 102 Main St. site. Lightning hit the northwest corner of the building, which dated to 1880. The wooden...
    PERRY, Ill. --The historic Church of Christ went up in flames late Wednesday afternoon after lightning struck the 102 Main St. site. Lightning hit the northwest corner of the building, which dated to 1880. The wooden...
  • Newsboys returning to Quincy Nov. 4 at Oakley-Lindsay Center

    Newsboys returning to Quincy Nov. 4 at Oakley-Lindsay Center

    Tuesday, September 30 2014 12:24 PM EDT2014-09-30 16:24:57 GMT
    Spread the news. The Newsboys are returning to Quincy for a 7 p.m. concert Nov. 4 at the Oakley-Lindsay Center, providing the area with a second major contemporary Christian music event in a little more than three months....
    Spread the news. The Newsboys are returning to Quincy for a 7 p.m. concert Nov. 4 at the Oakley-Lindsay Center, providing the area with a second major contemporary Christian music event in a little more than three months....
  • Louisiana man 'sicks dogs on himself' in discovery of human remains

    Louisiana man 'sicks dogs on himself' in discovery of human remains

    Thursday, October 2 2014 10:11 AM EDT2014-10-02 14:11:47 GMT
    Bob Jenne said he hasn't seen anything in more than four decades in law enforcement like what he had to deal with last week. Jenne, Louisiana, Mo., police chief watched as one of his officers and a deputy with the Pike County Sheriff's Department searched a vehicle and found four plastic boxes with human remains. James R. Lee II, 39, was arrested on two drug charges and authorities took possession of the remains, which Lee had kept from his work at a Colorado funeral home.
    Bob Jenne said he hasn't seen anything in more than four decades in law enforcement like what he had to deal with last week. Jenne, Louisiana, Mo., police chief watched as one of his officers and a deputy with the Pike County Sheriff's Department searched a vehicle and found four plastic boxes with human remains. James R. Lee II, 39, was arrested on two drug charges and authorities took possession of the remains, which Lee had kept from his work at a Colorado funeral home.
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