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  • Fugitive of the Week: Michael Gene Roberts

    Fugitive of the Week: Michael Gene Roberts

    Thursday, December 18 2014 11:57 AM EST2014-12-18 16:57:08 GMT
    Police looking for man on warrants for meth charge Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs your help in apprehending a fugitive. Michael Gene Roberts, 39, is wanted on Adams County warrants for unlawful possession of meth...
    Police looking for man on warrants for meth charge Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs your help in apprehending a fugitive. Michael Gene Roberts, 39, is wanted on Adams County warrants for unlawful possession of meth...
  • Crime Stoppers seeks help in retail theft case

    Crime Stoppers seeks help in retail theft case

    Thursday, December 11 2014 8:53 AM EST2014-12-11 13:53:12 GMT
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers is seeking information to assist in the identification of a suspect in a retail theft case at Save-A-Lot, 837 Jefferson. At about 4:40 p.m. Nov. 18, a white male in his late teens or...
    The Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers is seeking information to assist in the identification of a suspect in a retail theft case at Save-A-Lot, 837 Jefferson. At about 4:40 p.m. Nov. 18, a white male in his late teens or...
  • Crime of the Week: Business burglary

    Crime of the Week: Business burglary

    Thursday, December 4 2014 10:05 AM EST2014-12-04 15:05:46 GMT
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers need your help in solving a burglary to a business. Deputies responded to an alarm at Evans Recycling on Radio Road at about 10:30 p.m. Nov. 9. Deputies noticed a window was broken and,...
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers need your help in solving a burglary to a business. Deputies responded to an alarm at Evans Recycling on Radio Road at about 10:30 p.m. Nov. 9. Deputies noticed a window was broken and,...
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  • Quincy woman, daughter ready to celebrate first Christmas in Habitat for Humanity home

    Quincy woman, daughter ready to celebrate first Christmas in Habitat for Humanity home

    Monday, December 22 2014 9:11 AM EST2014-12-22 14:11:59 GMT
    Amanda Nieders has been given two Christmas gifts she won't soon forget. A new home and a fresh start. Quincy Area Habitat for Humanity turned the keys over to Nieders for its 19th house Sunday afternoon. Volunteers, sponsors and family members toured the three-bedroom home at 1726 N. 16th before attending a dedication ceremony celebrating the home's completion.
    Amanda Nieders has been given two Christmas gifts she won't soon forget. A new home and a fresh start. Quincy Area Habitat for Humanity turned the keys over to Nieders for its 19th house Sunday afternoon. Volunteers, sponsors and family members toured the three-bedroom home at 1726 N. 16th before attending a dedication ceremony celebrating the home's completion.

  • Longtime Quincy barber getting ready to call it quits after 48 1/2 years

    Longtime Quincy barber getting ready to call it quits after 48 1/2 years

    Monday, December 22 2014 12:29 PM EST2014-12-22 17:29:41 GMT
    When Jerry Schaller was a junior at Quincy High School in the early 1960s, it occurred to him he would have to find a job after graduation -- and he didn't know what he wanted to do. Then one day, as an assignment for Ron Rush's business class at QHS, Schaller wrote a paper about the barber profession. It was based on an interview he conducted with his own barber, John Cunningham. Schaller had a sudden realization: He could become a barber himself.
    When Jerry Schaller was a junior at Quincy High School in the early 1960s, it occurred to him he would have to find a job after graduation -- and he didn't know what he wanted to do. Then one day, as an assignment for Ron Rush's business class at QHS, Schaller wrote a paper about the barber profession. It was based on an interview he conducted with his own barber, John Cunningham. Schaller had a sudden realization: He could become a barber himself.
  • Emily McCleery crowned as 84th annual Beaux Arts Ball queen

    Emily McCleery crowned as 84th annual Beaux Arts Ball queen

    Monday, December 22 2014 10:49 AM EST2014-12-22 15:49:24 GMT
    The Quincy Art Center celebrated Sunday night with its 84th Beaux Arts Ball at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. The reigning queen, Anna McNay, daughter of Richard and Patricia McNay, crowned 2014 queen Emily Christine McCleery during the coronation ceremony at 8 p.m. Margaret Kathleen Flowerree and Katherine Meuth both received the Young Woman of Achievement Award.
    The Quincy Art Center celebrated Sunday night with its 84th Beaux Arts Ball at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. The reigning queen, Anna McNay, daughter of Richard and Patricia McNay, crowned 2014 queen Emily Christine McCleery during the coronation ceremony at 8 p.m. Margaret Kathleen Flowerree and Katherine Meuth both received the Young Woman of Achievement Award.
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