The trick to keeping your peach cake from getting soggy
Food

The trick to keeping your peach cake from getting soggy

We coat our roasted peaches in panko bread crumbs to ensure peach schnapps was absorbed by the crumbs, which then dissolved into the cake

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COOKING ON DEADLINE: Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream Pie
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COOKING ON DEADLINE: Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream Pie

COOKING ON DEADLINE: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream Pie

Area musicians celebrate restored 1929 organ
Hannibal News

Area musicians celebrate restored 1929 organ

When notes on a nearly 90-year-old instrument stop playing, you've got to get creative when performing the music. That's been the situation for the past seven or more years at Trinity Episcopal Church in Hannibal.

Anniversaries

Donald and Marcella Rhea

Donald Dale and Marcella Rhea of 366 County Road 307, Taylor, Mo., are marking their 70th wedding anniversary with a family celebration. Mr. Rhea and the former Marcella Ballow were married June 16, 1948.

Health

House to debate sweeping health care bill

The Massachusetts House is preparing to tackle a major health care bill that calls for $450 million in assessments on some larger hospitals and insurers

Disgraced county clerk creates 'Third House'
Once Upon a Time

Disgraced county clerk creates 'Third House'

The life and times of James W. Whitney of Pike and Adams counties may be among the strangest of any in early Illinois history.

Opioid Crisis: How it got started
People Are Dying

Opioid Crisis: How it got started

A seemingly innocuous, 101-word letter written by a doctor and his assistant at the Boston Collaborative Drug Surveillance Program in 1980 was misinterpreted as evidence that long-term opiate use wouldn't cause addiction, and that led to an increase in prescriptions for the painkillers and eventually the opioid crisis, said Dr. Chris Solaro, Blessing Hospital Chief of Medicine.

Youth

GRADUATION: Quincy High School

Quincy Quincy High School Valedictorians: Reece Crossan. Salutatorians: Connor Knight. Class officers: President, Sarah McIntyre. Graduates: Jacob Abernathy, Curtis Alexander, Erica Alexander, Nicholas Alston, Keegan Altheide, Benjamin Amos, Andrew Arnol

Youth

GRADUATION: Quincy Notre Dame

Quincy Quincy Notre Dame Valedictorians: William Cloninger, Sophia Marcolla Salutatorians: Holly Brecht, John (Jack) Brown Class officers: President, McKinney Little; vice president, Kori Obert; secretary, Alaina McCulla; treasurer, Troy Potts Graduates

1st death reported in romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak
Food

1st death reported in romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak

Health officials say a death in California has been linked to a national romaine lettuce food poisoning outbreak