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  • Homebank, Bank of Quincy merge operations

    Homebank, Bank of Quincy merge operations

    Wednesday, May 20 2015 10:34 AM EDT2015-05-20 14:34:19 GMT
    Customers should notice little changes if federal regulators approve the merging of Bank of Quincy and Homebank. The sister companies have agreed to file an application with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Federal Reserve Bank in St. Louis to merge banking operations. Upon approval, Bank of Quincy would take on the Homebank name.
    Customers should notice little changes if federal regulators approve the merging of Bank of Quincy and Homebank. The sister companies have agreed to file an application with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Federal Reserve Bank in St. Louis to merge banking operations. Upon approval, Bank of Quincy would take on the Homebank name.
  • Scholz wants to be spokesman for organ donation after life-saving liver transplant

    Scholz wants to be spokesman for organ donation after life-saving liver transplant

    Friday, May 22 2015 6:05 PM EDT2015-05-22 22:05:36 GMT
    Chuck Scholz believes he has "a second chance" at life after getting a liver transplant on Feb. 13 to replace his own liver, which was failing due to cancer. Doctors gave the former Quincy mayor "a great report" on April 15, releasing him to do a little light activity. Scholz wants to use his newfound energy to become a spokesman for organ and tissue donation.
    Chuck Scholz believes he has "a second chance" at life after getting a liver transplant on Feb. 13 to replace his own liver, which was failing due to cancer. Doctors gave the former Quincy mayor "a great report" on April 15, releasing him to do a little light activity. Scholz wants to use his newfound energy to become a spokesman for organ and tissue donation.

  • Missouri Chamber president presents strategic plan to Hannibal business leaders

    Missouri Chamber president presents strategic plan to Hannibal business leaders

    Friday, May 22 2015 4:37 PM EDT2015-05-22 20:37:30 GMT
    Missouri Chamber of Commerce President Dan Mehan urged Hannibal community leaders Thursday to get behind a 15-year strategic plan designed to revamp Missouri's business environment and push the Show-Me State to become a top economic performer.
    Missouri Chamber of Commerce President Dan Mehan urged Hannibal community leaders Thursday to get behind a 15-year strategic plan designed to revamp Missouri's business environment and push the Show-Me State to become a top economic performer.
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