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  • People/Professions July 20, 2014

    People/Professions July 20, 2014

    Thursday, July 17 2014 11:16 AM EDT2014-07-17 15:16:07 GMT
    HONORS Quincy Police Department officers Michael Cirrincione, Luke Humke, Chris Mueller and Chad Scott have been selected as employees of the month for June. Cirrincione joined the department on May 29, 2012; Humke...
    HONORS Quincy Police Department officers Michael Cirrincione, Luke Humke, Chris Mueller and Chad Scott have been selected as employees of the month for June. Cirrincione joined the department on May 29, 2012; Humke...
  • People/Professions July 13, 2014

    People/Professions July 13, 2014

    Thursday, July 10 2014 11:12 AM EDT2014-07-10 15:12:36 GMT
    Activities Lisa Herzing, nurse practitioner with Blessing Hospice and Palliative Care, was one of 36 nurses selected to participate recently in the Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center Advance Practice...
    Activities Lisa Herzing, nurse practitioner with Blessing Hospice and Palliative Care, was one of 36 nurses selected to participate recently in the Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center Advance Practice...
  • People/Professions July 6, 2014

    People/Professions July 6, 2014

    Wednesday, July 2 2014 2:26 PM EDT2014-07-02 18:26:21 GMT
    APPOINTMENTS Dan Cook has been named director of investments for United Community Bancorp Inc. In addition to his corporate investment responsibilities, Dan will continue to serve as a senior trust officer and chief...
    APPOINTMENTS Dan Cook has been named director of investments for United Community Bancorp Inc. In addition to his corporate investment responsibilities, Dan will continue to serve as a senior trust officer and chief...
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  • Audit finds former Clark County circuit clerk waived court fees for family

    Audit finds former Clark County circuit clerk waived court fees for family

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 11:05 AM EDT2014-07-29 15:05:38 GMT
    A state audit reveals that former Clark County Circuit Clerk Mary D. Jones failed to deposit some money received by the office and did not collect court costs in several cases, some of which involved family members. State Auditor Thomas A. Schweich released a 24-page report Tuesday which shows the county was short $12,181 in misappropriated court funds and missing monies.
    A state audit reveals that former Clark County Circuit Clerk Mary D. Jones failed to deposit some money received by the office and did not collect court costs in several cases, some of which involved family members. State Auditor Thomas A. Schweich released a 24-page report Tuesday which shows the county was short $12,181 in misappropriated court funds and missing monies.
  • Genealogical book helps mark 50th reunion of Genenbacher family

    Genealogical book helps mark 50th reunion of Genenbacher family

    Monday, July 28 2014 12:56 AM EDT2014-07-28 04:56:21 GMT
    A family that researches its history together stays together, and one Quincy area clan is doing just that.  Descendents of John and Anna Genenbacher hosted their 50th family reunion Sunday at the Knights of Columbus' Father McGivney Hall, but marking a half-century of remaining connected wasn't the only cause for celebration.  After about two years and 500 hours of research and compilation, a group of organizing family members presented their kin with a 110-page book.
    A family that researches its history together stays together, and one Quincy area clan is doing just that.  Descendents of John and Anna Genenbacher hosted their 50th family reunion Sunday at the Knights of Columbus' Father McGivney Hall, but marking a half-century of remaining connected wasn't the only cause for celebration.  After about two years and 500 hours of research and compilation, a group of organizing family members presented their kin with a 110-page book.
  • Bluff City Theater finds 'perfect building' in downtown Hannibal

    Bluff City Theater finds 'perfect building' in downtown Hannibal

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 9:59 PM EDT2014-07-30 01:59:54 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Joe Anderson knows all about the right way to develop a theater. "You build an organization, build an audience, then build a building," Anderson said. "So many get in trouble early on committing to expensive performance venues before they have the ability to pay for it." But taking the wrong approach might pay off for the new Bluff City Theater in Hannibal.
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Joe Anderson knows all about the right way to develop a theater. "You build an organization, build an audience, then build a building," Anderson said. "So many get in trouble early on committing to expensive performance venues before they have the ability to pay for it." But taking the wrong approach might pay off for the new Bluff City Theater in Hannibal.
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