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Thanks for 90th birthday celebration

I would like to thank my children for helping me celebrate my 90th birthday.

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90th birthday party was wonderful

I would like to thank all my children and spouses for the wonderful 90th birthday party held in my honor.

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90th birthday brought fond memories

I would like to thank everyone for the cards, balloons, phone calls and flowers that I received for my 90th birthday.

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Humane animal trap saved life of stray pregnant feral cat

I purchased a Havahart humane animal trap at Farm and Home Supply. I placed the animal trap on my front porch. A feral, stray female cat that was due to give birth to kittens was found caught in my trap.

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Thanks for making cook-off a success

Thank you to Dot Foods, Thrivent, B and B Livestock, Dearwester Grain Services, the many volunteers, contestants and customers for making our first annual barbecue cook-off a success.

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Funeral flowers at Vets Home show Knapheide's patriotism

To The Herald-Whig: I moved to Quincy six years ago to live at the Illinois Veterans Home and immediately noticed the wonderful American flag display at Knapheide Manufacting Co.'s 24th Street and Koch's Lane property.

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Letters on immigration, Social Security are on track

To The Herald-Whig: I certainly agree with the July 10, letter to the editor stating "Liberals should Ďadopt' illegal immigrants." I don't appreciate my dollars going to support someone who has never worked. I have worked hard for my money.

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Many helped with Iles and Rooney school dedications

To The Herald-Whig: It has been very gratifying to work on the dedication of Quincy's new K-5 Elementary Schools. As a board member, I greatly appreciate the work of the board, superintendent, administration, staff, students, parents and community.

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Thanks for 50th anniversary celebration

Thanks to all of our family and friends who made our 50th anniversary celebration such a wonderful and memorable experience!

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Republicans favor the most wealthy over everyone else

George Will, in a recent Washington Post column "America is sacrificing the future," concluded that the retiring baby boomers with their "entitlements" and the "surging" national debt both eat our future.