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  • Rain, windstorm, heat result in one of worst seasons for area golf courses

    Rain, windstorm, heat result in one of worst seasons for area golf courses

    Monday, August 3 2015 10:17 AM EDT2015-08-03 14:17:41 GMT
    First, it was The Rain. Then came The Storm. And lately, it's been The Heat. Trying to operate a golf course this summer in West-Central Illinois or Northeast Missouri has been a challenge.
    First, it was The Rain. Then came The Storm. And lately, it's been The Heat. Trying to operate a golf course this summer in West-Central Illinois or Northeast Missouri has been a challenge.
  • Friends share magical flair at fair

    Friends share magical flair at fair

    Sunday, August 2 2015 12:11 AM EDT2015-08-02 04:11:38 GMT
    Zach Bunch and Nate Gilbert have developed a magical relationship. The two 14-year-old Quincy boys are partners in Z&N Magic Productions. They've been wowing crowds this week at the Adams County Fair with a series of daily shows featuring classic illusions, card tricks and mind-reading gags.
    Zach Bunch and Nate Gilbert have developed a magical relationship. The two 14-year-old Quincy boys are partners in Z&N Magic Productions. They've been wowing crowds this week at the Adams County Fair with a series of daily shows featuring classic illusions, card tricks and mind-reading gags.
  • Adams, Brown, Pike counties included in state disaster assistance request

    Adams, Brown, Pike counties included in state disaster assistance request

    Monday, August 3 2015 7:00 PM EDT2015-08-03 23:00:42 GMT
    Assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency is being requested for 23 counties — including Adams, Brown and Pike — that were hit by severe storms resulting in heavy rainfall, flash and river flooding, tornadoes and straight-line winds in June and July. The request was made by Gov. Bruce Rauner, who also issued a state disaster proclamation for the counties.
    Assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency is being requested for 23 counties — including Adams, Brown and Pike — that were hit by severe storms resulting in heavy rainfall, flash and river flooding, tornadoes and straight-line winds in June and July. The request was made by Gov. Bruce Rauner, who also issued a state disaster proclamation for the counties.
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