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  • CRIME OF THE WEEK: Residential burglary

    CRIME OF THE WEEK: Residential burglary

    Thursday, March 26 2015 5:32 PM EDT2015-03-26 21:32:45 GMT
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers is looking for information on a residential burglary that occurred between 5:40 a.m. and 2:40 p.m. on March 23 in the 300 block of Locust in Quincy. Five firearms were taken from the...
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers is looking for information on a residential burglary that occurred between 5:40 a.m. and 2:40 p.m. on March 23 in the 300 block of Locust in Quincy. Five firearms were taken from the...
  • FUGITIVE OF THE WEEK: Robert David Phillips

    FUGITIVE OF THE WEEK: Robert David Phillips

    Thursday, March 12 2015 6:04 PM EDT2015-03-12 22:04:35 GMT
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs your help in apprehending a fugitive. Robert David Phillips, 32, is wanted on an Adams County warrant for a petition to revoke probation. Phillips is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs...
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs your help in apprehending a fugitive. Robert David Phillips, 32, is wanted on an Adams County warrant for a petition to revoke probation. Phillips is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs...
  • FUGITIVE OF THE WEEK: James A. Hodgson

    FUGITIVE OF THE WEEK: James A. Hodgson

    Thursday, March 5 2015 11:27 AM EST2015-03-05 16:27:17 GMT
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs your help in apprehending a fugitive. James A. Hodgson, 22, is wanted on Adams County warrants for failure to appear on two counts of theft. Hodgson is 5 feet 11 inches tall and...
    Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers needs your help in apprehending a fugitive. James A. Hodgson, 22, is wanted on Adams County warrants for failure to appear on two counts of theft. Hodgson is 5 feet 11 inches tall and...
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  • Kuida new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital

    Kuida new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital

    Tuesday, March 31 2015 12:00 PM EDT2015-03-31 16:00:37 GMT
    Elliot Kuida is the new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital. Kuida is responsible for all hospital operations and will report to Maureen Kahn, the president and chief executive officer of Blessing Health System. 
    Elliot Kuida is the new chief operating officer at Blessing Hospital. Kuida is responsible for all hospital operations and will report to Maureen Kahn, the president and chief executive officer of Blessing Health System. 
  • Jil Tracy will not run for Schock's congressional seat

    Jil Tracy will not run for Schock's congressional seat

    Monday, March 30 2015 5:49 PM EDT2015-03-30 21:49:45 GMT
    Former Illinois Rep. Jil Tracy has announced that she will not run for the 18th Congressional District seat being vacated Tuesday by U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock. “I conferred with Gov. Rauner, and while he has not yet made the official timeline of the special election cycle public, I have decided that my family obligations will not fit with the requirements of running a vigorous campaign in an abbreviated cycle," Tracy said in a release.
    Former Illinois Rep. Jil Tracy has announced that she will not run for the 18th Congressional District seat being vacated Tuesday by U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock. “I conferred with Gov. Rauner, and while he has not yet made the official timeline of the special election cycle public, I have decided that my family obligations will not fit with the requirements of running a vigorous campaign in an abbreviated cycle," Tracy said in a release.
  • 'Walking around in history': Volunteers search Nauvoo for metal reminders of 1846 battle

    'Walking around in history': Volunteers search Nauvoo for metal reminders of 1846 battle

    Monday, March 30 2015 12:00 PM EDT2015-03-30 16:00:57 GMT
    With headphones on, Adrian Rolfe trudged across the farm field slowly moving his metal detector from side to side. The machine's beeps hinted at what lurked beneath the surface of a one-time battlefield. "You never exactly know what you have until you dig it," said Rolfe, who lives in Lamoni, Iowa, and spends probably 2,000 hours a year metal detecting. "Hopefully it's something good, not just trash."
    With headphones on, Adrian Rolfe trudged across the farm field slowly moving his metal detector from side to side. The machine's beeps hinted at what lurked beneath the surface of a one-time battlefield. "You never exactly know what you have until you dig it," said Rolfe, who lives in Lamoni, Iowa, and spends probably 2,000 hours a year metal detecting. "Hopefully it's something good, not just trash."

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