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QPD Blotter for October 17, 2017

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Holly K. Davis 36, Payson for shoplifting.   Michael Morse 66, Camp Point for failure to yield.  Nia…

Divorces & Lawsuits

Divorces and Lawsuits October 9 through October 13, 2017

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Real Estate Transfers

Real Estate Transfers: September 25 thru October 6, 2017

Adams County Clerk

Transfers 9/25 thru 9/29 Transfers 10/2 thru 10/6

In Your Backyard

The White Pages: Oh, Those Cubs, Always Full of Surprises

The White Pages:   Oh, Those Cubs, Always Full of Surprises

Bobbe White

On a sunny September 9th, Wrigley Field spread before us. It was my first visit. I now have a certificate…

The NFL: Oh, NOW we want you to stand......

The NFL:  Oh, NOW we want you to stand......

Mike Moyers

Roger Goodell steps in it again

The White Pages: WE’RE DOING THE BEST WE CAN!

The White Pages:    WE’RE DOING THE BEST WE CAN!

Bobbe White

Have you had a hard week? Busy week? Crazy busy week? When the weeks go quite fast, shouldn’t we be less…

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Miller pleads Not Guilty to McDonald's robbery

Miller pleads Not Guilty to McDonald's robbery

by Scott Hardy

Will go on trial in Adams County December 4

QF raises strike possibility after third round of negotiations with QPS

QF raises strike possibility after third round of negotiations with QPS

by Scott Hardy

School Board President Ali says Board is "disappointed"

Quincy city revenues continue down-ward trend

Quincy city revenues continue down-ward trend

by Scott Hardy

Down 1.5% in sales tax revenue

Blessing signs affiliation with Quincy eye-care provider

Blessing signs affiliation with Quincy eye-care provider

by Scott Hardy

Family Eye Care Center will have "preferred provider" status

Search continues for missing Quincy man

by Scott Hardy

Crews searching around Lock and Dam 21 for Ean Reinold

Quincy man will face Federal meth trial in December

Quincy man will face Federal meth trial in December

by Scott Hardy

John Varley charged with Meth dealing, conspiracy counts

IllinoisNewsNetwork

Lofty goals, few details about U of I's $2 billion fundraising effort

The University of Illinois wants to raise more than $2 billion to pay professors and scholars more, as well as offer more scholarships.

Western Illinois county looking to trim townships

One western Illinois county is looking to trim the number of its townships. Henry County is one of the first to use a new state law to shrink the size of government.

Democratic candidates for governor discuss "LaSalle St. tax;" LaSalle St. responds

The CEO of one of the largest trading companies in the nation responded to Democrat candidates for Illinois governor interested in taxing every financial transaction.

FoxNews

Confederate monuments vandalized in 2 Virginia cities

Two Confederate monuments in two Virginia cities have been vandalized this week.

Vegas hotel security guard's disappearance draws attention

The hotel security guard wounded by Stephen Paddock inside a Las Vegas Strip high-rise before gunfire rained out the windows on a music festival crowd is in a safe place after going to a medical clinic last week instead of scheduled TV interviews, his employer said Tuesday.

Judge in Hawaii blocks latest version of Trump's travel ban

A federal judge in Hawaii blocked the Trump administration Tuesday from enforcing its latest travel ban just hours before it was set to take effect, saying the president's revised order "suffers from precisely the same maladies as its predecessor."

IllinoisPolicy

How ending the state and local tax deduction puts Illinois’ economy at a crossroads

One change in federal tax code – and Illinois lawmakers’ response to it – could decide the economic trajectory of the state.

District 15 strike leaves Palatine-area students and parents in the lurch

When contract negotiations get tough, school employee unions should not be able to strike. It only serves to punish students and their parents, and it gives unions an unfair tool at the negotiating table.

Bloat expands as enrollment drops, tuition spikes in Illinois higher education

Growth in administrative bloat is sucking up money that would otherwise go toward the classroom and tuition grants for low-income students in Illinois’ higher education system.

Haribo to create 55 new jobs in Rosemont for $1.67M in EDGE tax breaks

Under its agreement with the state of Illinois, the candy company Haribo of America will bring 25 new jobs to its Rosemont headquarters by October 2018, followed by another 30 by October 2021.

MissouriTimes

October 2017 Missouri Quarterly Filings

Here are the quarterly filing reports for those seeking office, nationwide, statewide and in the Missouri House and Senate. You can scroll across the tables to see the total contributions, expenditures, and indebtedness for...

Ethics Committee to advance to preliminary hearing after Love’s Facebook comments

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The House Ethics Committee met on Monday to investigate a Facebook post made by Rep. Warren Love that hoped that the vandals who defaced a Confederate statue to be “found...

Choi appoints Schnieders as UM System’s Director of Government Relations

Position will be responsible for day-to-day operations of government relations COLUMBIA, Mo. – Following the cancellation of the search for an executive director of government relations, University of Missouri System President Mun Choi announced...

Hawthorn Foundation brings Greitens to Europe for second trade mission

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Governor Eric Greitens announced he will leave for a trade mission to Switzerland and the United Kingdom, financed by the Hawthorn Foundation. Greitens is expected to meet with industry leaders,...