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  • Friends share magical flair at fair

    Friends share magical flair at fair

    Sunday, August 2 2015 12:11 AM EDT2015-08-02 04:11:38 GMT
    Zach Bunch and Nate Gilbert have developed a magical relationship. The two 14-year-old Quincy boys are partners in Z&N Magic Productions. They've been wowing crowds this week at the Adams County Fair with a series of daily shows featuring classic illusions, card tricks and mind-reading gags.
    Zach Bunch and Nate Gilbert have developed a magical relationship. The two 14-year-old Quincy boys are partners in Z&N Magic Productions. They've been wowing crowds this week at the Adams County Fair with a series of daily shows featuring classic illusions, card tricks and mind-reading gags.
  • U.S. 54 Champ Clark Bridge to close during the day Aug. 10-13

    U.S. 54 Champ Clark Bridge to close during the day Aug. 10-13

    Sunday, August 2 2015 1:40 AM EDT2015-08-02 05:40:46 GMT
    The Champ Clark Bridge will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Aug. 10-13 so the Missouri Department of Transportation can conduct its annual in-depth inspection on the span.
    The Champ Clark Bridge will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Aug. 10-13 so the Missouri Department of Transportation can conduct its annual in-depth inspection on the span.
  • Rauner counsel, union debate vetoed bill

    Rauner counsel, union debate vetoed bill

    Sunday, August 2 2015 12:56 AM EDT2015-08-02 04:56:14 GMT
    Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner's general counsel said legislation vetoed last week would have "stripped the governor's collective bargaining powers," and potentially cost the state billions of dollars. Jason Barclay said Senate Bill 1229 was designed to give unions the power to walk away from contract talks and seek "interest arbitration" by an unelected party who is not accountable to taxpayers or voters.
    Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner's general counsel said legislation vetoed last week would have "stripped the governor's collective bargaining powers," and potentially cost the state billions of dollars. Jason Barclay said Senate Bill 1229 was designed to give unions the power to walk away from contract talks and seek "interest arbitration" by an unelected party who is not accountable to taxpayers or voters.
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