Choosing to fix up house yields Lookin' Good win for Quincy woman
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Choosing to fix up house yields Lookin' Good win for Quincy woman

QUINCY -- Choosing to fix up house yields Lookin' Good win for Quincy woman

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Health hazard prompts home makeover
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Health hazard prompts home makeover

Eric and Angela Gate didn't set out intending to spend more than $50,000 renovating their Orleans Avenue home in Keokuk, Iowa. As it turns out, though, they had no choice.

Couple improves curb appeal of Lind Street home
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Couple improves curb appeal of Lind Street home

Kelly and Marc Arntzen of Quincy spent last summer contemplating whether to invest in redoing the appearance of their Lind Street home.

New deck, patio, landscaping add to Quincy home's 'wow' factor
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New deck, patio, landscaping add to Quincy home's 'wow' factor

Thomas Bryan and Lynn Ayres felt their home on North 17th Street needed a new look. So they cranked up the "WOW" factor by several notches and are the Week 3 winners of the Lookin' Good contest.

Siding, new porch has Palmyra home Lookin' Good
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Siding, new porch has Palmyra home Lookin' Good

PALMYRA, Mo. -- Rick and Susan Gottman love where they live but felt it was time to give their home a face-lift. As a result, the Gottmans are Week 2 winners of the 29th annual Lookin' Good Contest, sponsored by The Herald-Whig and First Bankers Trust. Eac

LOOKIN' GOOD: Family overhauls Mendon home
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LOOKIN' GOOD: Family overhauls Mendon home

Justin Hamm and his family are taking someone else's house, which they purchased in 2003, and making it their own. They are Week 1 winners of this year's Lookin' Good contest.