Closing the books on 2019's most celebrated morons
Steve Eighinger

Closing the books on 2019's most celebrated morons

It's the time of year when we pay tribute to those who struggle with the day-to-day battle with common sense, which often winds up with them being involved in some form of bizarre mischief.

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Time's right for public input on riverfront plan

THREE votes on consecutive days this week could help start to usher in a new vision for Quincy's Mississippi riverfront -- or continue to leave the city's greatest natural resource woefully underdeveloped.

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60th anniversary celebration appreciated

Thank you to our family and the many friends who came to help us celebrate our 60th anniversary.

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Thanks for making 50th anniversary memorable

Thank you so very much to all the friends and family who shared their time with us at our 50th wedding anniversary celebration.

Your Turn/Anna Hechler
Your Turn

Your Turn/Anna Hechler

Anna Hechler, 32, is an instructional tech coach, athletic director and volleyball coach at Western CUSD 12 in Barry and Kinderhook. She grew up in Barry but now lives in Quincy.

Sports about more than the final scores
Steve Eighinger

Sports about more than the final scores

There's a wonderful kind of love story in the making about 600 miles away from Quincy. It's a true-to-life tale that we all can appreciate. We all can probably learn from this story, too.

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Quincy residents should turn out to support the arts

Friday night's Quincy Civic Music Association's concert at the historic Morrison Theatre was nothing less than extraordinary. Chicago's Bella Voce and Bella Voce Sinfonia performed Handel's "Messiah" beautifully.

Passing out some early Christmas presents
Steve Eighinger

Passing out some early Christmas presents

Since it is now December, it is also officially time to start my Christmas shopping.

Your Turn/Tim Jacobs
Your Turn

Your Turn/Tim Jacobs

Timothy Jacobs, 68, is a native of Adams County and, for the last 25 years, a family physician at Quincy Medical Group. He and his wife Jane have been married for 42 years. They have seven children and are soon to be grandparents for the fifth time.

A 'Wonderful Christmas Time'? Bah, humbug!
Steve Eighinger

A 'Wonderful Christmas Time'? Bah, humbug!

Now that Thanksgiving is in the rear-view mirror, it's time to officially welcome the Christmas season. Well, most of it anyway. There are some aspects about this time of the year that I more or less dread.

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