With one big boom, a piece of river history started tumbling down
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With one big boom, a piece of river history started tumbling down

A piece of local history that's been towering over the Mississippi River for 91 years starting falling by the wayside Friday afternoon -- literally.

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Cars of yesteryear fill downtown Quincy as part of annual car Tin Dusters event
Quincy News

Cars of yesteryear fill downtown Quincy as part of annual car Tin Dusters event

Every car has a story. Just ask Phil and Jeanette Prather, who traveled from their home in Roselle, to bring their black 1932 Ford roadster to Quincy to be a part of the 44th Annual Early Tin Dusters Color Run.

Officers seek man in Barry convenience store armed robbery
Police & Courts

Officers seek man in Barry convenience store armed robbery

The Pike County Sheriff's Department is asking the public for help identifying a man it says stole cash and other items from a Barry convenience store in an armed robbery.

Missouri News

Stoutsville man dies of medical issue before crash

A Stoutsville man died Friday afternoon after suffering a medical issue behind the wheel of a 2009 Kenworth semitrailer.

Missouri News

Kahoka teen suffers minor injuries in crash

A Clark County teenager suffered minor injuries in a rollover crash Friday afternoon north of St. Patrick.

Culver-Stockton receives $1 million donation in honor of its president
Education

Culver-Stockton receives $1 million donation in honor of its president

Culver-Stockton College has received a $1 million donation in honor of President Kelly Thompson, who is retiring June 30.

Health

Prescription drug disposal event set for Oct. 26

The Adams County Health Department is partnering with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to collect unused and unwanted prescription.

Quincy News

Kinscherff site sells for $120,000

The John Wood Community College Board of Trustees has approved the sale of the school's Kinscherff Center in Quincy's downtown.

Education

Public invited to tour renovated Hannibal High School

Hannibal High School will be open to the public on Friday to showcase the renovations that have taken place at the building in recent months.

Kohl fall show another palatable pleasure
Quincy News

Kohl fall show another palatable pleasure

At the very least, the Kohl Wholesale fall food show is always a palatable pleasure.