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  • D. HUSAR: 'Paying it forward' a penny at a time

    D. HUSAR: 'Paying it forward' a penny at a time

    Wednesday, February 25 2015 9:41 AM EST2015-02-25 14:41:39 GMT
    A war broke out this week at Payson Seymour Elementary School, but the fighting is for a good cause. Proceeds from the school's "penny war" will be donated to district teachers Brenton and Somer Hannel, whose first...
    A war broke out this week at Payson Seymour Elementary School, but the fighting is for a good cause. Proceeds from the school's "penny war" will be donated to district teachers Brenton and Somer Hannel, whose first...
  • D. HUSAR: Congressional Gold Medal goes beyond military valor to honor distinguished service

    D. HUSAR: Congressional Gold Medal goes beyond military valor to honor distinguished service

    Wednesday, February 4 2015 12:47 PM EST2015-02-04 17:47:52 GMT
    At a time when the U.S. House and Senate are best-known for their disagreements, there is at least one thing they can agree on. At least two-thirds, or 290 members, of the House and 67 Senators must co-sponsor any...
    At a time when the U.S. House and Senate are best-known for their disagreements, there is at least one thing they can agree on. At least two-thirds, or 290 members, of the House and 67 Senators must co-sponsor any...
  • D. HUSAR: Packing away Christmas not always a small project

    D. HUSAR: Packing away Christmas not always a small project

    Wednesday, January 14 2015 12:09 PM EST2015-01-14 17:09:47 GMT
    The first steps involve gaining access to the displays by taking down the lights that line the roads. Volunteers and labor provided by the Clayton Work Camp pull and coil power cables, then load displays in waiting trailers. "Things do have to be taken down carefully and put away properly, or we're delayed even more in the fall," Groves said.
    The first steps involve gaining access to the displays by taking down the lights that line the roads. Volunteers and labor provided by the Clayton Work Camp pull and coil power cables, then load displays in waiting trailers. "Things do have to be taken down carefully and put away properly, or we're delayed even more in the fall," Groves said.

  • D. HUSAR: Longtime ADM electrician keeping his eyes on the star

    D. HUSAR: Longtime ADM electrician keeping his eyes on the star

    Wednesday, December 17 2014 9:00 AM EST2014-12-17 14:00:12 GMT
    Old habits die hard for Jerry Loos. Loos still keeps a watchful eye on one of Quincy's iconic Christmas decorations, the star atop ADM along Gardner Expressway, even though it's not his responsibility for the...
    Old habits die hard for Jerry Loos. Loos still keeps a watchful eye on one of Quincy's iconic Christmas decorations, the star atop ADM along Gardner Expressway, even though it's not his responsibility for the...
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  • League of Women Voters plan March 7 meeting on Adams County Jail

    League of Women Voters plan March 7 meeting on Adams County Jail

    Thursday, March 5 2015 9:58 AM EST2015-03-05 14:58:39 GMT
    The League of Women Voters of Adams County will host an informational meeting on the conditions of the Adams County Jail before voters head to the polls to decide whether to increase the sales tax by a quarter cent to fund construction of a jail.
    The League of Women Voters of Adams County will host an informational meeting on the conditions of the Adams County Jail before voters head to the polls to decide whether to increase the sales tax by a quarter cent to fund construction of a jail.
  • Matthew West, Colton Dixon headline April 3 concert at OLC

    Matthew West, Colton Dixon headline April 3 concert at OLC

    Monday, March 2 2015 11:57 AM EST2015-03-02 16:57:25 GMT
    Two-time Grammy nominee Matthew West and rising star Colton Dixon will headline what promises to be an insightful contemporary Christian concert April 3 at the Oakley-Lindsay Center.
    Two-time Grammy nominee Matthew West and rising star Colton Dixon will headline what promises to be an insightful contemporary Christian concert April 3 at the Oakley-Lindsay Center.
  • '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 1:14 PM EST2015-03-05 18:14:27 GMT
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Main Street Theater will show "Marshall the Miracle Dog" on Saturday as part of a statewide event focused on bullying prevention and mistreatment of animals. Founders of the "Marshall Movement" have...
    HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Main Street Theater will show "Marshall the Miracle Dog" on Saturday as part of a statewide event focused on bullying prevention and mistreatment of animals. Founders of the "Marshall Movement" have...
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