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  • 'It's all we think about': Three generations of chiropractors continue family practice

    'It's all we think about': Three generations of chiropractors continue family practice

    Thursday, March 5 2015 11:54 AM EST2015-03-05 16:54:09 GMT
    Sheila Laws, 78, was the first of five members of her family to become a chiropractor, including two who currently work alongside her - daughter Diana Franklin and grandson Brandon Breuning. Franklin, 59, has been a doctor of chiropractic since 1982. Breuning, Franklin's 33-year-old nephew, started in 2014.
    Sheila Laws, 78, was the first of five members of her family to become a chiropractor, including two who currently work alongside her - daughter Diana Franklin and grandson Brandon Breuning. Franklin, 59, has been a doctor of chiropractic since 1982. Breuning, Franklin's 33-year-old nephew, started in 2014.
  • Kelly's closed again Thursday for ongoing carbon monoxide problem

    Kelly's closed again Thursday for ongoing carbon monoxide problem

    Thursday, March 5 2015 4:51 PM EST2015-03-05 21:51:41 GMT
    Kelly's Tavern at 2902 Broadway was closed again Thursday because of continuing concerns about carbon monoxide emissions inside the business. Quincy Fire Chief Joe Henning said he received a call that something was going on at Kelly's again Thursday in the wake of other carbon monoxide problems earlier this week.
    Kelly's Tavern at 2902 Broadway was closed again Thursday because of continuing concerns about carbon monoxide emissions inside the business. Quincy Fire Chief Joe Henning said he received a call that something was going on at Kelly's again Thursday in the wake of other carbon monoxide problems earlier this week.
  • 'Marshall the Miracle Dog' showing set for Saturday morning in Hannibal

    'Marshall the Miracle Dog' showing set for Saturday morning in Hannibal

    Thursday, March 5 2015 2:34 PM EST2015-03-05 19:34:37 GMT
    Marshall was found with 60 other dogs by an Animal Planet channel crew filming "Confessions: Animal Hoarding" in 2010. Marshall had bite marks all over his body, a broken leg and a hole in his face. His story is the inspiration for the "Marshall the Miracle Dog" movie focused on bullying prevention and mistreatment of animals.
    Marshall was found with 60 other dogs by an Animal Planet channel crew filming "Confessions: Animal Hoarding" in 2010. Marshall had bite marks all over his body, a broken leg and a hole in his face. His story is the inspiration for the "Marshall the Miracle Dog" movie focused on bullying prevention and mistreatment of animals.
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