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  • St. Jude Run has special meaning for Oklahoma man

    St. Jude Run has special meaning for Oklahoma man

    Saturday, August 1 2015 12:11 AM EDT2015-08-01 04:11:59 GMT
    QUINCY -- All it took was one St. Jude Quincy to Peoria run and Brian Blakley was hooked. "It's just the people and the little kids and when you get to the (Peoria) Civic Center and the kids from St. Jude's are slapping you high-fives," Blakley said Friday afternoon before embarking on his ninth run.
    QUINCY -- All it took was one St. Jude Quincy to Peoria run and Brian Blakley was hooked. "It's just the people and the little kids and when you get to the (Peoria) Civic Center and the kids from St. Jude's are slapping you high-fives," Blakley said Friday afternoon before embarking on his ninth run.
  • Speed back where he started — in a kart

    Speed back where he started — in a kart

    Saturday, August 1 2015 12:39 AM EDT2015-08-01 04:39:16 GMT
    WEST QUINCY, Mo. -- Lake Speed would not have missed this weekend for the world. The former NASCAR Sprint Cup driver was a success at TNT Kartways -- and in the world of karting -- long before he rose to national prominence on the high banks of Daytona.
    WEST QUINCY, Mo. -- Lake Speed would not have missed this weekend for the world. The former NASCAR Sprint Cup driver was a success at TNT Kartways -- and in the world of karting -- long before he rose to national prominence on the high banks of Daytona.
  • Seven firms submit qualifications to design new Adams County Jail

    Seven firms submit qualifications to design new Adams County Jail

    Saturday, August 1 2015 12:26 AM EDT2015-08-01 04:26:50 GMT
    QUINCY -- Adams County received seven submissions from architecture and engineering firms that want to design the new Adams County Jail. Qualifications were due to the county Friday afternoon after firms had more than a month to put together proposals.
    QUINCY -- Adams County received seven submissions from architecture and engineering firms that want to design the new Adams County Jail. Qualifications were due to the county Friday afternoon after firms had more than a month to put together proposals.
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