QPS hiring bus drivers
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QPS hiring bus drivers

The shortage of bus drivers for Quincy Public Schools is as bad as Shane Barnes has ever seen in his 15 years with the district.

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Lincoln, Douglas visit namesake school
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Lincoln, Douglas visit namesake school

Abraham Lincoln issued a challenge, and a promise, Tuesday to students at Lincoln-Douglas Elementary School.
"You are the next best hope of democracy," said George Buss, who portrayed the nation's 16th president.

Education

School district to address trauma issues

A program aimed at helping individuals deal with trauma is being launched by the Hannibal School District. "Hannibal public schools have worked diligently to be at the forefront of trauma support and education," said Meghan Karr.

Education

QND open house set for Feb. 23

Quincy Notre Dame High School will hold is annual open house 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23.

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School Board approves contract extension

QUINCY -- The Quincy School Board approved a conditional two-year contract extension Monday morning with the Quincy Federation of Teachers and Educational Support Personnel.
Board members voted 5-0, with Richard McNay and Jim Whitfield absent, on a resolu

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Forum canceled but other opportunities available to learn about school referendum

A Quincy Public Schools referendum forum, slated for Wednesday night but canceled due to inclement weather, may be rescheduled. But community members still have several opportunities to learn more and ask questions about the March 17 referendum.

Culver-Stockton receives challenge grant for Student Experience Center
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Culver-Stockton receives challenge grant for Student Experience Center

The future Student Experience Center at Culver-Stockton College has received a boost to help the last push of the fundraising drive for the $1.25 million project.

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Fourth sorority planned at Culver-Stockton

Plans are in place for Culver-Stockton College to have a fourth sorority for women on campus in the coming months.

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Charter school expansion debate gets new life with O'Laughlin bill

The debate over the expansion of charter schools, or non-traditional public schools, continues to wage on within the confines of the Missouri Capital building.

Career fair helps students make choices for the future
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Career fair helps students make choices for the future

Quincy Notre Dame sophomore Henry Cann already has made his career choice.
Cann wants to go into law enforcement, and he got some more details about the career Friday at the West Central Region Sophomore Career Fair, held at John Wood Community College.