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The late John McCarthy was model JWCC trustee

To The Herald-Whig: I recently learned of the passing of John McCarthy, and was saddened to learn the news. As the president of John Wood Community College from 1997 to 2008,

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America needs universal health care system

To The Herald-Whig: I recently came across a friend the other day who looked noticeably tired and worried. Lily is a single woman with adult children working in the health field, and she loves her pets.

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Fireworks safety can prevent fires, injuries

To The Herald-Whig: Rising temperatures, barbecues and fireworks. Heat naturally comes with the summertime, but fire-related injuries can be prevented.

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St. Mary Hospital lives on in people of Blessing Hospital

To The Herald-Whig: I add my voice and perspective to those of Fr. Donald Blickhan, shared in his June 28 letter to the editor. St. Mary Hospital played a vital role in the life of the Quincy region for 125 years, and choice is important. By the 1990s, so

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Thanks for show of support for camp

The words "thank you" seem totally inadequate to express the heartfelt gratitude Jensen Camp Foundation is experiencing.

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50th anniversary was special

We would like to thank Blessed Sacrament Church and Deacon Ellerman for blessing our marriage of 50 years in the church we were married in.

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Thanks for 60th anniversary celebration

We would like to thank our children and grandchildren for planning our 60th wedding anniversary.

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90th birthday one to remember

I would like to thank everyone for making my 90th birthday one to remember.

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Thanks to those who celebrated 50th anniversary

We would like to thank our children for a great backyard get-together for our 50th wedding anniversary.

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St. Mary Hospital served community well for 125 years

To The Herald-Whig: I am very saddened to see the last remnants of St. Mary Hospital torn down. That once-fine hospital, now largely rubble, served the tri-state area with distinction for some 125 years from 1866 until 1993. In those days, Quincyans had a