Letters

Thanks for celebrating 65th anniversary

From both of us, William "Bill" and Janet, we share our sincere appreciation for the well wishes extended to us as we celebrated our 65th wedding anniversary.

Herald-Whig View

Cape Air is right airline to serve Quincy airport

FINDING the next Essential Air Service provider at Quincy Regional Airport has been at the forefront of business and economic development concerns in recent months, and with good reason.

Letters

Breaking pot law in past acceptable now

The expungement of criminal records of some estimated 800,000 convicted lawbreakers in Illinois makes this part of the new law a first among the now 11 states where recreational marijuana is legal, come Jan. 1.

Letters

Thanks for celebrating 75th and 80th birthdays

We would like to thank all of our family and friends for helping us celebrate our 75th and 80th birthdays.

Your Turn/Julie Cassens
Your Turn

Your Turn/Julie Cassens

Julie Cassens, 52, was born and raised in Quincy, married her husband of 23 years Brad and moved to Camp Point where they farm. They have three children -- Devin, Jaden and Delaney. Cassens has worked for Blessing for the past 25 years as a registered nurs

Letters

Founding Fathers considered Second Amendment necessary

In case anyone missed it, war has been declared by the radical Democrats on the U.S. Constitution. The ultimate goal is to erase free speech from the First Amendment and eliminate the Second Amendment.

Letters

Agencies prevented from enforcing immigration laws

Our government attempts to address illegal immigration and what happens? Sanctuary cities, mayors, governors, churches, politicians and illegal immigration supporters protest the enforcement of our law.

August simply brings us one month closer to October
Steve Eighinger

August simply brings us one month closer to October

In case you have not looked at a calendar today, it's Aug. 1. The start of school is right around the corner and summer is on its last legs. August has never had a lot going for it. Between now and the end of the month we are guaranteed to experience high

Letters

Rules to create social state alive and well today

Is Saul Alinsky winning? Saul Alinsky died about 47 years ago, but his writings influenced those in political control of the Democrat Party today. He was Hillary Clinton's mentor. She wrote her college thesis on him.

There's something special about summer
Steve Eighinger

There's something special about summer

The best things about summer? That's easy. 1. Baseball. 2. The weather. 3. Fair food.

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