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  • School Board to hire Russell Construction as construction manager for QHS addition

    School Board to hire Russell Construction as construction manager for QHS addition

    Tuesday, April 21 2015 2:44 PM EDT2015-04-21 18:44:32 GMT
    The Quincy School District is on the verge of hiring Russell Construction of Davenport, Iowa, to serve as construction manager for the new addition to be built at Quincy High School. School Board member Scott Stone said a proposed $987,000 contract with the company is slated to go before the full School Board at its regular monthly meeting Wednesday night.
    The Quincy School District is on the verge of hiring Russell Construction of Davenport, Iowa, to serve as construction manager for the new addition to be built at Quincy High School. School Board member Scott Stone said a proposed $987,000 contract with the company is slated to go before the full School Board at its regular monthly meeting Wednesday night.

  • JWCC Earth Day event focuses on sustainable lifestyles

    JWCC Earth Day event focuses on sustainable lifestyles

    Sunday, April 19 2015 1:30 AM EDT2015-04-19 05:30:18 GMT
    QUINCY -- Jacob Krieger isn't quite ready to sound the alarm for the Earth's demise. "We're going to be here forever," the 28-year-old Krieger said. "We don't have to worry, but we have to work. There is going to be so much more work to do in the next 100 years than we've done in the last 1,000."
    QUINCY -- Jacob Krieger isn't quite ready to sound the alarm for the Earth's demise. "We're going to be here forever," the 28-year-old Krieger said. "We don't have to worry, but we have to work. There is going to be so much more work to do in the next 100 years than we've done in the last 1,000."

  • Hannibal City Council OKs sending letter of intent to Viking River Cruises

    Hannibal City Council OKs sending letter of intent to Viking River Cruises

    Tuesday, April 21 2015 10:50 PM EDT2015-04-22 02:50:56 GMT
     The Hannibal City Council on Tuesday approved sending a letter to Viking River Cruises demonstrating the city's intent to build additional riverboat docking ports as part of its riverfront development efforts.
     The Hannibal City Council on Tuesday approved sending a letter to Viking River Cruises demonstrating the city's intent to build additional riverboat docking ports as part of its riverfront development efforts.

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