Almost 70 law enforcement officials, medical, education and social services representatives and other community members gathered at the Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center Friday for an all-day summit on stalking.
Three months in Germany showed Dave Schlembach that, beyond the language barrier, we're not all that different.
A huge crowd descended on the Quincy University campus Thursday night to see the fourth annual Homecoming "balloon glow." The weather, however, didn't cooperate.
About a dozen people huddled around a stone marker Wednesday evening on Quinsippi Island, watching Stanley Perry perform a blessing for forgiveness. Perry -- also known as Redhawk -- sang the Red Road song in Sioux, and then directed members to face in the four directions, starting with the east, and sprinkled tobacco around the marker, which commemorated the Potawatomi Trail of Death."Tobacco is one of our sacred herbs, and it is much like in church the incense," Perry said after the ceremony.