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  • Fire Department team hands out 33 escape ladders at Madison School

    Fire Department team hands out 33 escape ladders at Madison School

    Thursday, February 26 2015 3:17 PM EST2015-02-26 20:17:01 GMT
    QUINCY -- Jim Sohn says kids are never too young to learn how safety and responsibility often coincide in a time of crisis. Sohn, the principal at Madison School, was part of a Quincy Fire Department-led presentation Wednesday afternoon that illustrated the importance of knowing how to escape a house fire.
    QUINCY -- Jim Sohn says kids are never too young to learn how safety and responsibility often coincide in a time of crisis. Sohn, the principal at Madison School, was part of a Quincy Fire Department-led presentation Wednesday afternoon that illustrated the importance of knowing how to escape a house fire.
  • Mental health services give health clinic a boost

    Mental health services give health clinic a boost

    Friday, February 27 2015 10:10 AM EST2015-02-27 15:10:41 GMT
    A partnership with a local firm to provide patients with mental health services was one of the successes the Hannibal Free Clinic celebrated during its annual banquet Thursday. The clinic has trimmed its waiting list substantially and has added volunteers since entering a partnership with Clarity Healthcare in Hannibal after receiving a grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health last fall.
    A partnership with a local firm to provide patients with mental health services was one of the successes the Hannibal Free Clinic celebrated during its annual banquet Thursday. The clinic has trimmed its waiting list substantially and has added volunteers since entering a partnership with Clarity Healthcare in Hannibal after receiving a grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health last fall.
  • Riders believe Buckhorn unit ATV facility will be boon for area

    Riders believe Buckhorn unit ATV facility will be boon for area

    Friday, February 27 2015 9:59 AM EST2015-02-27 14:59:47 GMT
    Quincy resident Nick Hoffman was surprised to hear Brown County officials say that a proposed all-terrain vehicle park would generate little revenue for the county. Hoffman is part of a group of area riders who travel regularly to other ATV parks in the country, and says in the growing sport, participants are spending money in the communities in which they ride.
    Quincy resident Nick Hoffman was surprised to hear Brown County officials say that a proposed all-terrain vehicle park would generate little revenue for the county. Hoffman is part of a group of area riders who travel regularly to other ATV parks in the country, and says in the growing sport, participants are spending money in the communities in which they ride.

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