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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.
  • Mayor: Cleanup costs from Quincy wind storm started at $80,000 a day

    Mayor: Cleanup costs from Quincy wind storm started at $80,000 a day

    Monday, July 27 2015 11:51 PM EDT2015-07-28 03:51:07 GMT
    Storm cleanup costs in Quincy are becoming a little clearer, but they're still just estimates.Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore said at Monday's City Council meeting that the city was spending about $80,000 a day at first after the wind storm struck on July 13. Costs are a little lower now at an estimated $60,000 a day.It may take another "two to three weeks minimum" before brush is cleared from the city right of way, Moore said. After that the city will be restoring its ...
    Storm cleanup costs in Quincy are becoming a little clearer, but they're still just estimates.Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore said at Monday's City Council meeting that the city was spending about $80,000 a day at first after the wind storm struck on July 13. Costs are a little lower now at an estimated $60,000 a day.It may take another "two to three weeks minimum" before brush is cleared from the city right of way, Moore said. After that the city will be restoring its ...
  • Adams County Health Department finds West Nile virus in mosquitoes

    Adams County Health Department finds West Nile virus in mosquitoes

    Monday, July 27 2015 6:18 PM EDT2015-07-27 22:18:07 GMT
    The Adams County Health Department detected late last Friday the West Nile virus in mosquitoes from the Quincy area. Tony Dede, chief environmental sanitarian from the Health Department, said no human cases of West Nile virus have been found in Adams County or anywhere else in Illinois so far. "It's not unusual that we don't have any West Nile cases at this point into the summer. Usually the hottest part of the summer is when we see viral activity more rampant ...
    The Adams County Health Department detected late last Friday the West Nile virus in mosquitoes from the Quincy area. Tony Dede, chief environmental sanitarian from the Health Department, said no human cases of West Nile virus have been found in Adams County or anywhere else in Illinois so far. "It's not unusual that we don't have any West Nile cases at this point into the summer. Usually the hottest part of the summer is when we see viral activity more rampant ...
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