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90th birthday was special

Earl Page and his family would like to thank everyone for making his 90th birthday a special event.

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Quincy Public Schools should increase its teachers' pay

When I was a student in the Quincy Public School system, we were told repeatedly that we had to make budget cuts because we did not receive sufficient funding from the state.

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Honor Flight vets say thank you

We, of the Honor Flight No. 44, appreciate the chance of a lifetime given to us.

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Thanks for birthday open house

I would like to express an overwhelming thank you to everyone who attended the family meal and open house held on Sunday, Oct. 29, at the Illinois Veterans Home's Smith Hall.

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Thanks to merchants for benefit

I would like to thank the merchants who donated items for the cancer benefit for Sandy Beaston held Oct. 8 at the Eagles.

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Rauner only one in Springfield supporting us

To The Herald-Whig: Illinois is a great state. It is powered by the hardest working men and women in the country and has a long history of innovation, excellence and prosperity. Our economic capabilities, coupled with the passion, drive and knowledge of e

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Community Foundation continues to grow, touch lives

To The Herald-Whig: In November 1997, a small group of committed citizens invested in the future of our region with a simple vision: an accessible vehicle for local charitable giving. From that vision, the Community Foundation Serving West Central Illinoi

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WIU contract proposal might cause faculty flight, lower quality education

To The Herald-Whig: I'm in my 15th year as a professor at Western Illinois University. For most of my career at Western I've enjoyed my work environment, students and colleagues. The last couple of years, though, have been extremely difficult. In part, t

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Illinois agriculture industry needs Renewable fuel Standard renewed

To The Herald-Whig: The agriculture industry in Illinois has flourished under the Renewable Fuel Standard since its enactment in 2007. The RFS has helped bring stability in the market for corn-based ethanol, which has created a demand for Illinois corn. T

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Medal ceremony wonderful occasion

The Smith family would like to thank Congressman Darin LaHood and his staff for their persistence and determination in obtaining the Purple Heart medal for Tony (Anthony James Smith).