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Matthew Ryan McAneny and Shauna Nicole Knittig of Quincy

Andrew Travis Derhake and Kayla Lynn Crawford of Liberty

James Michael Henry and Kelly Leigh Johnson of Quincy

Nichalas Tanner Holtschlag and Amber Ann Brink of Quincy

Scott Edward Dieterle and Shawna Bonnie Friday of Golden

Howard Ray Dykman of Fremont, Mich. and Glenna June Jones of Quincy

Aaron Wayne Strieker and Bobbie Lynn Brown of Quincy

Bradley Lee Longcor Jr. and Morgan Carol Weiss of Quincy

Daniel Paul Clark of Waukegan and Jaime Beth Cornwell of Chicago

Kaleb William Smith and Brittany Renee Cameron of Quincy

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  • Rauner blasts Quinn, urges early voting at Quincy campaign stop

    Rauner blasts Quinn, urges early voting at Quincy campaign stop

    Thursday, October 23 2014 11:04 AM EDT2014-10-23 15:04:16 GMT
    Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner called Illinois “the worst-run state in America” during a stop Thursday morning in Quincy as part of a multi-day tour to encourage early voting. Rauner and running mate Evelyn Sanguinetti toured Quincy Metal Fabricators with CEO Dan Nuessen. Rauner had appearances in Mount Carmel, Decatur, Bloomington and Champaign scheduled for later in the day.
    Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner called Illinois “the worst-run state in America” during a stop Thursday morning in Quincy as part of a multi-day tour to encourage early voting. Rauner and running mate Evelyn Sanguinetti toured Quincy Metal Fabricators with CEO Dan Nuessen. Rauner had appearances in Mount Carmel, Decatur, Bloomington and Champaign scheduled for later in the day.
  • Portion of Front Street closed to repair 20-inch water main

    Portion of Front Street closed to repair 20-inch water main

    Friday, October 24 2014 11:12 AM EDT2014-10-24 15:12:43 GMT
    Age and constant vibrations from a nearby rail line are being blamed for a leak in a 20-inch water main that closed Front Street south of Hampshire to directly underneath the Memorial Bridge Thursday as crews finish...
    Age and constant vibrations from a nearby rail line are being blamed for a leak in a 20-inch water main that closed Front Street south of Hampshire to directly underneath the Memorial Bridge Thursday as crews finish...
  • Hannibal first responders test emergency response plan with mock chemical spill

    Hannibal first responders test emergency response plan with mock chemical spill

    Friday, October 24 2014 10:21 AM EDT2014-10-24 14:21:24 GMT
    Three emergency medical technician students posed as chemical spill victims in an exercise staged at the Hannibal Regional Airport Thursday. The Hannibal Fire Department, the Marion County Ambulance District, the Marion County Sheriff's Department and Hannibal Regional Hospital tested emergency response plans and equipment during the drill.
    Three emergency medical technician students posed as chemical spill victims in an exercise staged at the Hannibal Regional Airport Thursday. The Hannibal Fire Department, the Marion County Ambulance District, the Marion County Sheriff's Department and Hannibal Regional Hospital tested emergency response plans and equipment during the drill.
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