Quanada Essential Needs Drive showed that Quincy cares

To the people of Quincy: Thank you! Your generosity for the Essential Needs Drive for Quanada was overwhelming. It was amazing to witness.


Republican incompetence runs risk of defining U.S. second rate

Little did President Reagan know, among other things, that the phrase he coined "... government is the problem," would become the core tenet of Republican governance.


Tyrant at the top of Illinois government is not listening

The Constitution of the United States of America starts with "We the people," not "I the Governor."


Thanks for making 101st birthday amazing

I greatly appreciate and have enjoyed the many cards and phone calls I received from across the country in honor of my 101st birthday!


Disagree with Pritzker using respect, not vulgarity

I am writing to express my disgust, shock and embarrassment at the Gov. J.B. Pritzker signs I am seeing all over town. You may disagree with Pritzker's policy, but these signs are a personal attack.


Consider five factors in fostering economic recovery

We are at a moment of extreme crisis. Our nation's workers have been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Not wearing a mask in public puts all of us at risk

As I move about our community, I notice people everywhere without masks in public. Today I even saw a father without a mask with a grocery cart pushing around the store his small son, who did wear a mask.


Democrats using pandemic to convert U.S. to socialism

If anyone thought the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic would bring this country together politically to fight a common enemy, they were woefully mistaken.


Despite pandemic, future looks bright for Class of 2020

I watched the salute honoring the Class of 2020 on May 16. I was impressed with the many hours of preparation, variety of students and others taking time to make it a memorable event.


92nd birthday was wonderful

I believe that my 92nd birthday on April 28, 2020, was the best one yet! Aging certainly makes it more important and appreciated.

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