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  • Barry plant expects to begin cannabis production within month

    Barry plant expects to begin cannabis production within month

    Monday, July 27 2015 10:08 AM EDT2015-07-27 14:08:05 GMT
    Production should begin within a month at medical marijuana cultivation center in Barry, and the company behind it already has another facility online in Delavan.
    Production should begin within a month at medical marijuana cultivation center in Barry, and the company behind it already has another facility online in Delavan.
  • ‘Things got pretty exciting’: Tuesday incident was 19th ‘shots fired’ call in July

    ‘Things got pretty exciting’: Tuesday incident was 19th ‘shots fired’ call in July

    Tuesday, July 28 2015 6:01 PM EDT2015-07-28 22:01:07 GMT
    Tuesday morning started off like any other for Jim Elder, owner of Elder Auto Body at 814 York. He was working inside the garage near the southeast corner of Eighth and York when he saw a scuffle start in the alley to the east of his business. Elder said he didn’t think much of the situation as he went to the west of his building to grab some parts out of his truck. That’s when the silence of the morning was shattered by the sound of gunshots.
    Tuesday morning started off like any other for Jim Elder, owner of Elder Auto Body at 814 York. He was working inside the garage near the southeast corner of Eighth and York when he saw a scuffle start in the alley to the east of his business. Elder said he didn’t think much of the situation as he went to the west of his building to grab some parts out of his truck. That’s when the silence of the morning was shattered by the sound of gunshots.
  • Quincy Plan Commission to consider zoning change, sign size

    Quincy Plan Commission to consider zoning change, sign size

    Tuesday, July 28 2015 11:35 AM EDT2015-07-28 15:35:27 GMT
    Members of the Quincy Plan Commission will consider neighborhood residential zoning for land southeast of 36th and Harrison, vacating utility easements on the Monroe School property and a larger sign near Stoney Creek Inn tonight.
    Members of the Quincy Plan Commission will consider neighborhood residential zoning for land southeast of 36th and Harrison, vacating utility easements on the Monroe School property and a larger sign near Stoney Creek Inn tonight.
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