Agriculture

Webinar series focuses on woodland management

A free series of four live webinars on basic woodland management will be offered in 16 Missouri counties, including Marion, beginning Thursday, Feb. 21.

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Sewer repair closes part of N. 5th

North Fifth Street between Broadway and Spring closed to through traffic Wednesday morning for repair of a failed sewer main.

Oakley attends transportation committee hearing
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Oakley attends transportation committee hearing

Tri-State Development Summit co-founder and transportation advocate Tom Oakley was a guest at a U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee hearing last week.

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Donation to support QPD peer support program

A $1,000 donation was presented by the Adams County Suicide Prevention Coalition to the Quincy Police Department to support its peer-to-peer support program.

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Golden Eagle, Hannibal Jaycees to host 36th annual Chili Cook-Off

Golden Eagle and the Hannibal Jaycees will host the 36th annual Chili Cook-Off Saturday at Admiral Coontz Armory, 301 Warren Barrett Drive. Doors will open and chili will be served from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Workshop planned for nonprofits public relations

A workshop for area nonprofit organizations on how to improve public relations set for next month.

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Arts Quincy hosting heART brunch

Arts Quincy will host a Follow Your heART Brunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 10, at the Quincy Country Club.

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Kroc Center to Offer free classes to Senior Citizens

The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center will offer a free eight week wellness series, Healthy Aging, to local seniors ages 62 and older.

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Scholarship Opportunity Available

The Altrusa International of Quincy, Ill., Foundation was founded in 1998 with a bequest from Patricia and Leonard Kramer.

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QU to Host Communications Day

Quincy University will host a Communication Visit Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22. The event is planned for prospective students interested in pursuing a career in communications, journalism, public relations and broadcasting.