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    WGEM-TV, the dominant #1 station and technologically advanced NBC affiliate in Quincy, Illinois, seeks a part-time sports photojournalist. 
    WGEM-TV, the dominant #1 station and technologically advanced NBC affiliate in Quincy, Illinois, seeks a part-time sports photojournalist. 
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    Creative Services Producer

    WGEM, the Tri-States' News Leader and Illinois Broadcasters Association 2014 Station of the Year, has an immediate opening in our creative services team.
    WGEM, the Tri-States' News Leader and Illinois Broadcasters Association 2014 Station of the Year, has an immediate opening in our creative services team.
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  • Gene Grawe Fund nears $1 million mark in tuition assistance for Quincy's Catholic schools

    Gene Grawe Fund nears $1 million mark in tuition assistance for Quincy's Catholic schools

    Monday, April 27 2015 12:07 AM EDT2015-04-27 04:07:09 GMT
    More than 500 families will receive tuition assistance to be used at Quincy's Catholic schools next year, thanks to scholarships from the Gene Grawe Fund. Fund administrators announced Sunday that $188,609 was made available to 523 families for the 2015-16 school year, bringing the total raised since 2005 to $959,955.
    More than 500 families will receive tuition assistance to be used at Quincy's Catholic schools next year, thanks to scholarships from the Gene Grawe Fund. Fund administrators announced Sunday that $188,609 was made available to 523 families for the 2015-16 school year, bringing the total raised since 2005 to $959,955.
  • Retiring DeClue gratified with creating JWCC music program from scratch

    Retiring DeClue gratified with creating JWCC music program from scratch

    Sunday, April 26 2015 1:48 AM EDT2015-04-26 05:48:10 GMT
    QUINCY -- Gary DeClue's voice has a sense of accomplishment -- and rightly so. DeClue, 62, is retiring as fine arts professor and department chairman at John Wood Community College. He built the college's fine arts department from scratch, starting in 1991.
    QUINCY -- Gary DeClue's voice has a sense of accomplishment -- and rightly so. DeClue, 62, is retiring as fine arts professor and department chairman at John Wood Community College. He built the college's fine arts department from scratch, starting in 1991.

  • Quincy's 175th anniversary giving Dogwood celebration a boost

    Quincy's 175th anniversary giving Dogwood celebration a boost

    Monday, April 27 2015 9:24 AM EDT2015-04-27 13:24:22 GMT
    It seems that everyone loves a birthday party. With Quincy ready to celebrate its 175th anniversary during the annual Dogwood Festival this week, many want to be part of the special celebration. Organizers say all of the spots for Saturday's parade are filled, something that had not happened in 45 previous Dogwood parades.
    It seems that everyone loves a birthday party. With Quincy ready to celebrate its 175th anniversary during the annual Dogwood Festival this week, many want to be part of the special celebration. Organizers say all of the spots for Saturday's parade are filled, something that had not happened in 45 previous Dogwood parades.

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