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QPD Blotter for July 22, 2017

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Michelle M. Wolf (22) 426 N 14th for stop sign violation on 7/21/17. NTA Dennis R. Green (52) 800 S.…

Divorces & Lawsuits

Divorces and Lawsuits July 10 through July 14, 2017

Adams County Clerk


Real Estate Transfers

Real Estate Transfers April 24 thru June 23, 2017

by Mike Moyers

Our thanks to the Adams County Clerk's office

In Your Backyard

Two Years After The Storm

Mike Moyers

 Two years ago a number of homes and businesses in the area were devastated by high winds, rain and hail.  …

The White Pages: Hair Cut Day Goes to the Dogs

The White Pages: Hair Cut Day Goes to the Dogs

by Bobbie White

Once a month is hair cut day, at 7:00 with Kris. That way, I always try to take the 7:00 A.M. slot –…

The White Pages: In Memory; He Took My Can’t Away

The White Pages: In Memory; He Took My Can’t Away

by Bobbie White

Another piece was written yesterday, but I got busy and forgot to send the accompanying photo. I finally…

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Tourists spend $157 million in area in 2016

Tourists spend $157 million in area in 2016

by Scott Hardy

QACVB says most spent in Adams County

Villeme found Guilty of Elder Abuse

Villeme found Guilty of Elder Abuse

by Scott Hardy

Palmyra man will be sentenced September 15

Three arrested after raid on Broadway apartment

Three arrested after raid on Broadway apartment

by Scott Hardy

Christina Hays, Angel Shoop and Chevey Coffman all nabbed Thursday

MO 168 overpass replacement work starts July 31

MO 168 overpass replacement work starts July 31

by Scott Hardy

MoDOT says work should be done by Nov 1

Sentencing delayed for Subway robber

Sentencing delayed for Subway robber

by Scott Hardy

Isaac Hickman will be sentenced September 8

Rauner wants school funding bill sent to him

Rauner wants school funding bill sent to him

by Scott Hardy

Appeared on News Round Table Wednesday

IllinoisNewsNetwork

Plans for the Illinois Bicentennial underway

The Illinois bicentennial panel will be holding events throughout the state, and all communities are invited to participate.

Southern Illinois eclipse countdown at 30 days

The countdown to southern Illinois' biggest tourism draw ever is now at 30 days.

Illinois’ state elections board to take up Trump admin’s elections fraud questions next month

Illinois' statewide elections authority has already denied some information to the Trump Administration's Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, and may not provide much more.

FoxNews

Colorado man arrested in 2012 killing of 13-year-old son

A Colorado man has been arrested and accused of second-degree murder in the death of his 13-year-old son, who disappeared during a court-ordered visit in November 2012.

New York restaurant has one-drink limit policy for customers with kids

Peddlers Bar and Bistro in Clifton Park, N.Y., said they limit customers who are dining with kids to one drink as a safety measure.

Son charged in death of father; body left on couch for weeks

A man has been charged with killing his father, who authorities say was shot to death and his body then left on a couch in his home for weeks.

IllinoisPolicy

After Illinois passes reforms to its state asset forfeiture laws, Sessions revives program that encourages police to seize property

The reinstatement of a federal asset forfeiture program marks a step backward for civil asset forfeiture reform.

Illinois’ 32% income tax hike shows need for taxpayer bill of rights

Illinois taxpayers deserve to have a voice in budgeting decisions as politicians continually look to hike their taxes.

Martwick, property tax lawyer, fails to disclose political cash

State Rep. Robert Martwick blamed “poorly written” ethics laws for his failure to disclose income from political consulting work.

Illinois unemployment rises slightly despite shrinking workforce

Illinois’ June jobs data show 4,300 more Illinoisans are unemployed and the state’s labor force is down 20,400 people.

MissouriTimes

Greitens’ Cabinet members pen letter outlining opioid response effort

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Physicians, nurses, pharmacists and members of the healthcare field are receiving a letter from members of Gov. Eric Greitens’ Cabinet in regard to the recent moves made by the executive...

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NRA-PVF endorses Sandy Crawford for state senate

BUFFALO, Mo. – Conservative Sandy Crawford, Republican candidate for the 28th State Senatorial District in the August 8 special election, has announced that the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) has endorsed her...

The post NRA-PVF endorses Sandy Crawford for state senate appeared first on The Missouri Times.


Department of Economic Development leads efforts to cut red tape for Missouri businesses

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In response to Governor Eric Greitens’ call for state government to review the more than 113,000 regulatory requirements that are currently on state books, the Missouri Department of Economic Development...

The post Department of Economic Development leads efforts to cut red tape for Missouri businesses appeared first on The Missouri Times.


Pass or Veto: A look at the bills signed by Gov. Greitens, and what could reappear in veto session

With the final day to sign bills into law come and gone, we’re taking a look back at what has been signed into law by first-term Governor Eric Greitens, as well as the bills...

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