Your Turn/Eric Foster
Your Turn

Your Turn/Eric Foster

Eric Foster, 30, is the coordinator of student life at John Wood Community College. He was born and raised in Quincy and still lives here with his wife, Kristen and 5-month-old son, Colby.

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Excitement building for the return of baseball
Steve Eighinger

Excitement building for the return of baseball

Any self-respecting baseball fan has to be getting a bit excited. I know I certainly am. The national pastime is expected to return July 23 — albeit without fans — as professional, college and high school sports inch their way back into our daily lives.

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Thanks to many who helped make July 4 fireworks happen

The Quincy Tea Party and Re-Open Adams County want to thank our community for coming out on Saturday to celebrate our nation's 244th birthday!

Letters

We must evaluate costs as well as benefits in reopening

"We cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself" has been the lodestar for reopening our economy. Let's be clear that there are costs associated with not reopening the economy.

Some of our favorites may be gone, but certainly aren't forgotten
Steve Eighinger

Some of our favorites may be gone, but certainly aren't forgotten

They may be gone, but are hardly forgotten. Some of our most popular celebrities are those no longer with us, according to recent information released by Forbes magazine.

Your Turn/Brock Willard
Your Turn

Your Turn/Brock Willard

Brock Willard, 30, was born in Pittsfield and grew up in Milan. He is engaged to an amazing woman who is mother to an adorable son. Willard sells crop insurance for Compeer Financial as well as farms with his uncle and grandpa.

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Mask will only be worn if it's free, attractive, smells good

The Herald-Whig's June 28 editorial regarding the coronavirus, "Yes, you still need to wear a mask," was an attempt to make me feel guilty for not wearing a mask.

This would have been a great year to honor the Fab Four
Steve Eighinger

This would have been a great year to honor the Fab Four

Maybe it's because of all the side issues tied to either — or both of — the current pandemic and political unrest, but if ever there was the need for a feel-good event to remember it would be a 50th anniversary concert paying tribute to the breakup of Beatles.

Bubblegum era was short-lived, but it was sweet
Steve Eighinger

Bubblegum era was short-lived, but it was sweet

It doesn't seem possible, at least to an aging baby boomer like myself, that it was 50 years ago this summer we were at the height of the "bubblegum" era of pop music.

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Yes, you still need to wear a mask

CORONAVIRUS INFECTIONS around the country are on the rise once again, with record numbers of cases in several states.

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