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Moore has worked to keep young people here

To The Herald-Whig: I am writing this letter in support of Mayor Kyle Moore. I believe he deserves another term in office. Over the last four years, Quincy has undergone a dramatic transformation from a city with no positive vision for the future to a cit

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VanCamp shows courage in running as independent

To The Herald-Whig: While I do follow local politics closely, I do not normally write or comment publicly on politics of any type. However, I just had to write about a candidate for mayor of Quincy that came to my door. Jeff VanCamp knocked on my door and

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Doctors' Day set aside to to thank physicians

To The Herald-Whig: In 1946, when Blessing Hospital became the first civilian hospital in Illinois to use penicillin, I'll venture to say people were amazed. There has been much amazement over the years in health care, and the wonder continues. Most recen

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A vote for Prop 1 is a vote for better Hannibal water

To The Herald-Whig: Hannibal has an opportunity to help protect one of our basic human needs: water. After attending Erin Brockovich's forum, then the city-sponsored Jacobs Engineering presentation last week, I see what's at stake. Voting yes for Proposit

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Thanks for 55th anniversary wishes

Thanks to friends and family for your calls, cards and in-person greetings and good wishes honoring our 55th anniversary.

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Honor Guard gives valuable service in times of loss

As a resident of the Illinois Veterans Home for five years soon and the widow of a veteran, I would like to honor the American Legion Post 37 and the IVHQ Honor Guard for the great job they do.

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80th birthday was special

I would like to thank all my family, friends and neighbors for all of the birthday cards that I received on my 80th birthday.

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Thanks for anniversary, birthday party

A heartfelt thanks to our daughters and their families for the awesome 60th anniversary party and 80th birthday party for Larry.

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First Amendment protects people's right to be bigots

What was missing in the March 19 Herald-Whig article "QHS sees increase in hate speech?"

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Hotline upgraded for Problem Gambling Awareness Month

March means the madness of college basketball, the crack of the bats in baseball's spring training and getting back outside after winter.