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Students congratulated for Halloween UNICEF event

To The Herald-Whig: Congratulations to the students at Lincoln-Douglas Elementary School who had a Halloween carnival to raise money for UNICEF. May other groups follow their example. In the 1960s, when I lived in Des Moines, Iowa, the children in our Pre

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Blessing Hospital valet parking service helpful

To The Herald-Whig: I wanted to take the opportunity to spread the word about an awesome service provided by Blessing Hospital -- its valet parking service. For those who are not aware of it, during set hours of the day, you can simply pull up to the main

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80th birthday was special

Thanks to all my family and friends for the nice cards and calls on my 80th birthday.

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Thanks for making Veterans Parade a success

On behalf of the Veterans Parade Committee, we would like to thank everyone who helped make this year's Veterans Parade a huge success.

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Both sides should 'think outside the box' to avoid strike

One of Quincy's best assets is our school system.

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Organ, tissue donations in spotlight this weekend

To The Herald-Whig: During the weekend of Nov. 10-12, Blessing Hospital joins with clergy and health care professionals from across the country in observance of National Donor Sabbath, an interfaith celebration of the gifts of hope provided through organ

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Shooter considered his adversaries as his enemies

To The Herald-Whig: The Democratic Party, the partisans of the left, and Republicans In Name Only have not accepted the reality of the November 2016 voter revolt. Voters who believe in political power from the top down lost -- "Do as I say, not as I do." T

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Americans make choices that have consequences

To The Herald-Whig: I feel obligated to respond to Steve Miller's Oct. 20 letter. He alleged that the Republican Party is the basis for wealth inequality. I must disagree. History repeats. All societies throughout human existence have had to deal with tra

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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.