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95th birthday was special

I wish to thank my wonderful family and friends who helped me celebrate my 95th birthday.

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Thanks for 80th birthday celebration

I couldn't imagine having so many people come and help me celebrate my 80th birthday.

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Thanks for 60th anniversary wishes

Thanks to each and everyone for the 60th anniversary wishes.

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Thanks to family for picking up meal tab

We would like to thank the young family of four who paid for our dinners on April 1 at Maya Restaurant on East Broadway. We were celebrating my 78th birthday, a fact that the family did not know.

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Thanks for celebrating 50th anniversary

Russel and Kay Miles would like to thank each and every one who came to celebrate our 50th anniversary.

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Residents seeing red on recycling decisions

Blue or orange? Is that really the most important question we can ask? Is $12,000 the issue or just a red herring across the trail?

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Some cannot afford higher garbage, recycling costs

The last several weeks there has been much written in The Herald-Whig, as well as coverage on WGEM-TV about the changes to our garbage, recycling and yard waste pick-up in the city of Quincy.

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Hannibal schools proposition will not raise taxes

On April 2, Proposition C.A.R.E. will be on the ballot for improvements to the infrastructures of some of our aging buildings in Hannibal Public Schools. It won't raise taxes, but will benefit students.

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Infrastructure needs among Awerkamp's priorities

Times have changed here in Quincy. Our city needs fresh faces with new ideas to make us stronger. If elected, Katie Awerkamp wants to participate in the Great River Economic Development board. She wants to work to keep jobs here.

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Awerkamp will put results ahead of politics as alderman

For the past four decades, I have been working to improve the quality of life here in Quincy through service in the state and local government. In that time I have never encountered a brighter or more committed young leader than Katie Awerkamp.