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Veterans Parade to be held Nov. 10 in Quincy

I would like to take this opportunity to respectfully encourage the public to attend the veterans parade on Nov. 10, in Quincy. It is wonderful to see the thanks and respect shown to our veterans. Our veterans have given so much.

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EPA needs feedback on environmental rollback plans

The Earth is God's gift to us, and we want to pass it down to those after us in better shape than we received it. We should also not ruin other people's lives when we use it.

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Angry mob on left shows hate for America

It is time for good people of faith, be it Christian, Jew, Muslim or any other faith, to stand together against the angry mob.

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Many deserve thanks, credit for Zanger benefit

To The Herald-Whig: We would like to take a moment to thank all of those who helped in making the Bruce Zanger benefit at the Grove Inn a success.

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Thanks for helping celebrate 100th birthday

To The Herald-Whig: Heartfelt thanks to all who shared my 100th birthday on Oct. 9, by sending cards, calling and attending the open house. It was a wonderful day. Thanks also to my family for planning and being here to celebrate with me.

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Couple thankful to whoever paid for meal

To The Herald-Whig: We wish to thank whoever paid for our meal anonymously at Maya Restaurant in Quincy on Sept. 28. We appreciate your gesture. Ross and Sandy Loos Quincy

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Republicans can send message by voting for Democrats

Max Boot, prominent author and stalwart conservative, is not happy, and he is no longer a Republican.

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Voters can chose where America goes from here

If you support keeping America great, vote GOP, but if you support making America a sewer, vote Democrat.

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Rep. Norine Hammond needed in Illinois Legislature

I have known and worked with Rep. Norine Hammond for over 20 years. I know first-hand that Norine works tirelessly for her constituents.

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Republicans are the ones on the attack

I just read both Rich Miller's and Rich Lowry's columns in The Herald-Whig and would like to address them individually.