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Future of Jensen Woods Camp shining a bit brighter

An open house planned at Jensen Woods Camp on Sept. 16, will be a celebration, combined with a reminder to keep working toward the goal.

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Students need to do homework before choosing a college, field of study

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos wants to help students pick a college by providing information on employment outcomes, student debt and a grade card comparing institutions.

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Herald-Whig view: Opinions by both Quincy veterans, residents valuable in making proposed changes to facility

The Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs is again seeking community input to help with the development of a master plan for a renovated Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy.

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Quincy riverfront a valuable asset for economic development

For decades, Quincy business leaders and elected officials have sought development on or near the riverfront.

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Generous community showed up for benefit

To all of those who know and love Jessie Barnes, we thank you for the wonderful turnout at her benefit on June 30.

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Cost is big question in Washington Theater plans

THE Washington Theater Redevelopment Commission is attempting to jump-start its two-decades-old effort to transform the historic building in downtown Quincy into a performing arts and entertainment venue.

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FDA finally approves first generic competitor to EpiPen

A COUPLE of years ago Washington fell into anaphylactic shock over the high cost of EpiPens, devices that shoot adrenaline into someone having an allergic reaction.

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Missouri offers help to drought-stricken farmers

Missouri farmers suffering from a drought will have a chance to bale hay and pump water from some state-owned sites through new relief programs announced by Gov. Mike Parson.

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Students at QND will witness benefits of historic fundraiser

Quincy Notre Dame High School students returning for the start of the 2018-19 school year Monday were able to see firsthand some of the benefits of the largest fundraising campaign in school history.

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Strategy unveiled in fight against opioids

Pharmaceutical manufacturers in the United States will be required to reduce production of certain medicines next year to slow the deadly opioid epidemic that has claimed 250,000 lives over the past 17 years.rec