Customers, employees say farewell to downtown Kirlin's
Quincy News

Customers, employees say farewell to downtown Kirlin's

The closing of Quincy's downtown Kirlin's store was a big deal for hundreds of loyal customers, but it also marked a sad occasion for the Kirlin's "family" of employees.

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Canton Tourism Commission submits winning bid for train depot
Missouri News

Canton Tourism Commission submits winning bid for train depot

The Canton Tourism Commission is taking on several projects with the goal of enhancing the city's quality of life and its stature as a tourism destination.

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Police arrest Quincy man in Oklahoma, accusing him of abducting his own child

The Quincy Police Department says a Quincy man was arrested Saturday in Oklahoma in connection with the abduction of the man's 18-month-old child Thursday night in Quincy.

Quincy News

Congress still awaiting budget with Amtrak, airport program cuts

Members of Congress say a federal budget is taking shape and they don't anticipate big cuts to Amtrak and airports as proposed by President Donald Trump last month.

Hannibal News

HLGU expands degree program to Jefferson City

The ADVANCE Program, through which the expansion is done, allows working adults to attend class one night a week and complete a bachelor's degree in as little as 20 months.

Vehicles of all kinds expected for Truck Rally in Palmyra
Missouri News

Vehicles of all kinds expected for Truck Rally in Palmyra

More than 70 vehicles of all kinds will be on display during the 27th annual Truck Rally from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 2, at the Palmyra High School parking lot.

Garage total loss in Quincy fire
Quincy News

Garage total loss in Quincy fire

A detached garage is a total loss after a fire Friday afternoon on Quincy's south side.

Blessing nurse becomes patients' advocate, friend
Quincy News

Blessing nurse becomes patients' advocate, friend

After graduating, Diane Rogers was unsure of how to proceed without a particular career in mind. A cardiology registered nurse at Blessing Hospital, she graduated from the Blessing School of Nursing in 1981 and has remained in the field ever since.

Adams County Works event, training addresses generational poverty
Quincy News

Adams County Works event, training addresses generational poverty

Generational poverty changes the way a person thinks and fuels a hopelessness that causes the cycle to repeat. Dorothy "Dot" Nelson has gained an understanding of poverty through her career as a Quincy Public Schools teacher and her training as a facilitator for Ruby Payne's Framework for Understanding Poverty.

High yields, low prices force farmers into waiting game
Illinois News

High yields, low prices force farmers into waiting game

High yields and low commodity prices in recent years have forced farmers into a precarious waiting game. Locally, some farmers have begun bagging their corn and leaving it in their fields, rather than selling it at current prices.