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  • Real Estate Transfers

    Real Estate Transfers

    Thursday, August 21 2014 12:00 PM EDT2014-08-21 16:00:16 GMT
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adams County Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder Georgia Volm. Quincy area Shelby M. Tonnies, a residence at 2542 Cedar, to Jeffrey M. Lear. Brian Adams,...
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adams County Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder Georgia Volm. Quincy area Shelby M. Tonnies, a residence at 2542 Cedar, to Jeffrey M. Lear. Brian Adams,...
  • Real Estate Transfers Reported Aug. 17, 2014

    Real Estate Transfers Reported Aug. 17, 2014

    Thursday, August 14 2014 11:06 AM EDT2014-08-14 15:06:40 GMT
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adams County Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder Georgia Volm. Quincy area Wessley Marquardt, property at 731 ShadyAcres Lane, to Basic Global Properties LLC. ...
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adams County Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder Georgia Volm. Quincy area Wessley Marquardt, property at 731 ShadyAcres Lane, to Basic Global Properties LLC. ...
  • Real Estate Transfers

    Real Estate Transfers

    Thursday, August 7 2014 3:06 PM EDT2014-08-07 19:06:15 GMT
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adam County Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder Georgia Volm. Adams County Marilyn L. Garnett Life Estate, a residence in Payson Township, to David L. Ahern...
    Real estate transactions recorded in the office of Adam County Clerk-Recorder, according to Clerk-Recorder Georgia Volm. Adams County Marilyn L. Garnett Life Estate, a residence in Payson Township, to David L. Ahern...
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  • Durbin discusses jobs, minimum wage, Ferguson and lock system during visit to Quincy church

    Durbin discusses jobs, minimum wage, Ferguson and lock system during visit to Quincy church

    Monday, September 1 2014 4:48 PM EDT2014-09-01 20:48:26 GMT
    U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and a local religious leader on Sunday encouraged people to make their voices heard at the voting booths in the wake of unrest in Ferguson, Mo. Durbin, a Springfield Democrat, spoke at a service at the Cathedral of Worship in Quincy Sunday morning after a fundraising event at Quincy University Saturday night.
    U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and a local religious leader on Sunday encouraged people to make their voices heard at the voting booths in the wake of unrest in Ferguson, Mo. Durbin, a Springfield Democrat, spoke at a service at the Cathedral of Worship in Quincy Sunday morning after a fundraising event at Quincy University Saturday night.
  • Local union celebrates Labor Day with rest and remembrance

    Local union celebrates Labor Day with rest and remembrance

    Monday, September 1 2014 10:19 PM EDT2014-09-02 02:19:16 GMT
    Labor Day often means end-of-summer cookouts and road trips, but for one Quincy union, the holiday is an opportunity to celebrate the work of those who came before them. The Machinists Lodge 822 hosted its annual Labor...
    Labor Day often means end-of-summer cookouts and road trips, but for one Quincy union, the holiday is an opportunity to celebrate the work of those who came before them. The Machinists Lodge 822 hosted its annual Labor...
  • Corn harvest looks to be later -- and possibly more costly

    Corn harvest looks to be later -- and possibly more costly

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 10:16 AM EDT2014-09-02 14:16:54 GMT
    CLAYTON, Ill. -- With this year's early-planted corn crop, Adam Kestner expected an early harvest. However, cooler temperatures and wet, cloudy days slowed the crop's progress, pushing back harvest and...
    CLAYTON, Ill. -- With this year's early-planted corn crop, Adam Kestner expected an early harvest. However, cooler temperatures and wet, cloudy days slowed the crop's progress, pushing back harvest and...
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