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QPD Blotter for June 27, 2017

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Latrice Gavin 136 Locust reports that her maroon 1984 mercury was hit and run at 3rd and Chestnut on…

Divorces & Lawsuits

Divorces and Lawsuits June 19 through June 23, 2017

Adams County Clerk


Real Estate Transfers

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Adams County Clerk


In Your Backyard

There is no joy in Mudville

There is no joy in Mudville

Mike Moyers

Both the Cardinals and the Cubs are pathetic....

The White Pages: To Nag or Not to Nag

The White Pages:   To Nag or Not to Nag

Bobbe White

Define nag: noun 1. annoy or irritate (a person) with persistent fault-finding or continuous urging. 2.…

And That's a Winner!!!

And That's a Winner!!!

Mike Moyers

We lost Jack Buck fifteen years ago......

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Quincy teen arrested after 5-car accident in Mendon

Quincy teen arrested after 5-car accident in Mendon

by Scott Hardy

Pile-up happened on West Collins around 3:20 AM

Quincy City Council approves $750K loan for Transit Lines

Quincy City Council approves $750K loan for Transit Lines

by Scott Hardy

Money will keep Transit Lines running

Warren pleads Not Guilty

Warren pleads Not Guilty

by Scott Hardy

Charged in connection with son Audrick's death June 13

Evans pleads Guilty to Federal drug charge

Evans pleads Guilty to Federal drug charge

by Scott Hardy

Will be sentenced Sept 15

Smith pleads Guilty in Federal sex abuse case

Smith pleads Guilty in Federal sex abuse case

by Scott Hardy

Will be sentenced Sept 19

Warren charged in connection with son's death

Warren charged in connection with son's death

by Scott Hardy

A former Quincy woman has been charged in Kansas City, Missouri, in connection with her young son's death…

IllinoisNewsNetwork

Lawmaker: Illinois ignoring Medicaid time bomb

Lawmakers at the Illinois Capitol know the state must find $125 million to pay Obamacare costs this year. To date, they haven't done anything about it.

Illinois woman testifies before Congress on union reform bill

In testimony on Capitol Hill regarding legislation that would change how unions can form and operate, an Illinois woman shared the story of her effort to dissolve a union contract that she says they were duped into endorsing.

Haupt: Only taxpayers can cure big government's swine flu

Pork-barrel spending is alive and well in Washington, D.C., creating more losers than winners.

FoxNews

Sentencing of 'Baby Doe' mom delayed until July 12

The mother of a 2-year-old girl who became known as Baby Doe after her remains washed up on a Boston Harbor island is scheduled to be sentenced.

Justices to hear dispute over seizing Iran artifacts

The Supreme Court will hear an appeal from survivors of a 1997 terrorist attack who want to seize museum pieces in U.S. collections to help pay a $71.5 million default judgment against Iran.

Ten Commandments monument installed at Arkansas Capitol

Workers have installed a Ten Commandments monument outside Arkansas' Capitol, two years after lawmakers approved a measure permitting the statue on state grounds.

IllinoisPolicy

More than 50 municipalities have opted out of Cook County’s minimum wage hike, sick days mandate

Municipal leaders have expressed concerns about the anti-competitive, job-killing effects of Cook County’s minimum wage increases and new sick leave law and are using home rule authority to exempt their communities from the requirements.

Day 6: Illinois House and Senate adjourn special session after 11 minutes

Six days of special session have cost Illinois taxpayers an additional $300,000 for less than 100 minutes of work.

Day 5: Illinois House and Senate adjourn special session after only 17 minutes

Five days of special session have cost Illinois taxpayers an additional $250,000 for less than 90 minutes of work.

Day 4: Illinois House and Senate adjourn special session after only 16 minutes

Four days of special session have cost Illinois taxpayers an additional $200,000 for less than 80 minutes of work.

MissouriTimes

New poll suggests Missourians favor legal immigration reductions

WASHINGTON – A poll Missouri voters indicates the state that voted for President Donald Trump by a larger margin than any presidential candidate since World War II favors less legal immigration. The findings from...

Holden honored by STL Co. NAACP with lifetime achievement award

ST. LOUIS – Former Missouri Gov. Bob Holden received the Margaret Bush Wilson Lifetime Achievement Award last week at the St. Louis County NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner in St. Louis. During his acceptance speech,...

Disaster recovery efforts underway, Missouri receives $8.9 million in grant assistance, more than $35 million in flood insurance payments

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The record floodwaters are long gone, but the effort to pick things up and return to life as normal is still very much underway for a number of Missourians affected...

NAACP issues travel advisory for Missouri, saying civil rights could be in danger

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The NAACP has issued a travel advisory for those traveling in the Show-Me State due to the recent passage of Sen. Gary Romine’s SB 43 by the Missouri General Assembly...