Your Turn/Todd Pettit
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Your Turn/Todd Pettit

Todd Allen Pettit, 48, is honored to be the Director of K-12 Music for Quincy Public Schools. He is a Quincy native, a QHS graduate Class of 1989, a 1996 graduate of Quincy University, 2007 graduate of Indiana University and 2014 graduate of Saint Louis U

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We especially want to thank our children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren for all of the work they did for our 65th wedding anniversary celebration.

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To our awesome family and friends, thank you so much for making our 60th wedding anniversary so special.

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Steve Eighinger

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One of my guilty pleasures for the past 11-plus years has been putting together the "Morons of the Month" columns. Come October, we'll be celebrating the 12th anniversary of this monthly tribute to ineptitude, and during the process of looking back over a

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Steve Eighinger

Summer is disappearing right before our eyes

Most students in West-Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri will be returning to school this week, which is always the first true harbinger of fall. I know, I know ... the temperatures are supposed to be in the 80s this week, which is hardly a call for

Your Turn/Amy Lefringhouse
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Your Turn/Amy Lefringhouse

Amy Lefringhouse, 39, is a mother of two girls, and a lover of nature, sports and travel. She grew up in the Liberty/Quincy area. Lefringhouse spends her working hours teaching outdoor science education

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Thanks for 65th anniversary celebration

We especially want to thank our children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren for all the hard work you did for our 65th wedding anniversary celebration.

Once again, it's lunch time
Steve Eighinger

Once again, it's lunch time

What better way to highlight a day than lunch with a friend? That thought brings us to our summer installment of "Lunch With ..." eight of our closest friends and those we would like to be our closest friends. Menus, please. º Phil Conover: The retired Q

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Socialism is popular today because it's seductive illusion

Socialism is based on the illusion of a utopia, an imaginary state of things or place where everything is perfect. There is not, nor has there ever been a perfect place. But socialists nevertheless passionately pursue that goal.

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