Procession will commemorate Tolton
Religion

Procession will commemorate Tolton

Due in part to the to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Rev. Daren Zehnke feels it is difficult to forecast what kind of turnout to expect Thursday night.

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Mark Twain Lake hooks more visitors
Missouri News

Mark Twain Lake hooks more visitors

Fishing and outdoor activities at Mark Twain Lake have been going strong this summer amid the coronavirus pandemic that has limited indoor entertainment.

Police & Courts

Sheriff's Department seeks assistance in locating man, woman

The Adams County Sheriff's Department is requesting assistance in locating Michael and Mary Allen.

Quincy News

United Way match donation seeks community support to jump-start annual campaign

A community match donation to the United Way of Adams County could be the spark for the organization as it prepares to launch its annual campaign.

Hannibal crowns new Tom and Becky
Hannibal News

Hannibal crowns new Tom and Becky

Colin Brown and Riah Wigfall learned they are Hannibal's official Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher during the Tom and Becky Pageant on Saturday in Central Park.

Superintendent cares for tombstones, grounds, stories of historic Woodland Cemetery
Quincy News

Superintendent cares for tombstones, grounds, stories of historic Woodland Cemetery

In what's become a calling as much as a job, Eric Bruns cares for the remains of lives well-lived. The tombstones, the grounds, the stories of Woodland Cemetery all are under the supervision of Bruns, the cemetery's superintendent for nearly four years.

Quincy News

Adams County adds eight COVID cases

The number of COVID-19 cases continues to increase in Adams County.

Tree troubles usually start at base of the trunk
Good Growing

Tree troubles usually start at base of the trunk

I get lots of pictures of sick trees. Most of the time the first photo sent to me is a declining canopy. Maybe a picture of an ugly leaf.

Researchers adapt robots to fight COVID-19
Farm and Field

Researchers adapt robots to fight COVID-19

Where coronavirus puts human workers at risk, robots can step in to do the job.
Girish Chowdhary and his research team at the University of Illinois already have developed the robot, and now they're adapting it to current needs.

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.