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  • Gas prices in the region could soon tumble again

    Gas prices in the region could soon tumble again

    Friday, March 27 2015 8:58 AM EDT2015-03-27 12:58:14 GMT
    Gasoline prices across West-Central Illinois and Northeast should soon start tumbling again. Petroleum analyst Allison Mac told The Herald-Whig this region could expect prices to be similar to what they were near the end of 2014 and early January when prices in the Quincy area dipped as low as $1.99 a gallon and parts of Northeast Missouri reached $1.50.
    Gasoline prices across West-Central Illinois and Northeast should soon start tumbling again. Petroleum analyst Allison Mac told The Herald-Whig this region could expect prices to be similar to what they were near the end of 2014 and early January when prices in the Quincy area dipped as low as $1.99 a gallon and parts of Northeast Missouri reached $1.50.
  • HEALTH NOTEBOOK: New technology designed to aid treatment of cellulite

    HEALTH NOTEBOOK: New technology designed to aid treatment of cellulite

    Friday, March 27 2015 12:15 PM EDT2015-03-27 16:15:13 GMT
    Quincy Medical Group has added Cellulaze technology to its plastic surgery department. Cellulaze is described as a minimally invasive laser procedure designed to attack the structure of cellulite beneath the skin.
    Quincy Medical Group has added Cellulaze technology to its plastic surgery department. Cellulaze is described as a minimally invasive laser procedure designed to attack the structure of cellulite beneath the skin.

  • Marilyn Prater's memory will live on at St. Francis School

    Marilyn Prater's memory will live on at St. Francis School

    Friday, March 27 2015 12:03 PM EDT2015-03-27 16:03:40 GMT
    Until the very end, Marilyn Prater's passion as an elementary teacher was to create a love within her students for reading and the fine arts. Even after her death, Prater is continuing to affect young lives.
    Until the very end, Marilyn Prater's passion as an elementary teacher was to create a love within her students for reading and the fine arts. Even after her death, Prater is continuing to affect young lives.

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