Letters

QPS limited by the lack of resources and staff to meet challenges

I am excited and grateful for the opportunity to write this letter of support for the QPS tax referendum.

Letters

It's clear QPS has little left to cut in its budget

I am writing to ask voters to review the facts for the proposed March 17 referendum.

Letters

Graham has experience needed to be coroner

In the March 17 Republican primary election we have a contested race for Adams County coroner. I don't particularly care for contested primaries, they can cause division and hard feelings within the party.

Chestnut unrivaled as king of consumption
Steve Eighinger

Chestnut unrivaled as king of consumption

My hero did it again. Joey Chestnut, the 36-year-old king of competitive eating, has another world record.

Letters

Quincy residents must continue to invest in their public schools

The city of Quincy is in transformative mood.

Letters

Vote for Judge Drew Erwin is a vote for experience and balance

We are in the midst of an exciting, if not tumultuous political time. On March 17, people within the Eighth Judicial Circuit will select a judge.

Your Turn/Annette Heinecke
Your Turn

Your Turn/Annette Heinecke

Annette Heinecke, 54, is executive director for Hancock Village in Carthage. It provides care to seniors through a supportive living community (Hickory Grove) as well as two memory care homes (Maple Grove). She is married to John Heinecke.

Herald-Whig View

Voters should approve Quincy Public Schools referendum

THE ONE fact that stands out more to us than any other when considering the Quincy Public Schools referendum on the March 17 primary ballot is where the district's education fund tax rate stands compared with other similar-sized districts in the state.

Thankfully, these menu items did not catch on
Steve Eighinger

Thankfully, these menu items did not catch on

We're all guilty. We all love fast food way too much. That said, not all fast food has proven equal over the years. In fact, there have been some tremendous culinary gaffes thrust upon consumers.

Letters

Yes vote on referendum will improve schools, city

I am writing to urge a YES vote on the Quincy Public School District's March 17 referendum. The proposed referendum is necessary in order for the Quincy Schools to be competitive in attracting and retaining teachers.

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