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Miles to miss Palmyra Season Opener due to disciplinary action

Palmyra High School announced Wednesday Morning that head football coach Kevin Miles will be serving a one-game leave of absence for a failure of locker room supervision. Miles will be sitting out his team's season opener on August 26th against Hallsville. Tyler Krietemeyer will serve as the team's interim head coach and play caller for that contest.
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Homeless camping bans are spreading. This group shaped the bills

Homeless encampment on the Ben Franklin Parkway and 22nd Street in 2020, where community activists called on the City of Philadelphia to focus on helping the poor and homeless instead of trying to displace them (Image via The Philadelphia Tribune) Georgia state Sen. Carden Summers said he drove around Atlanta...
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QPD Blotter for Aug. 8, 2022

Lawson V Faler (85) 2612 Old Orchard Rd for Improper Lane Usage at 18th & York PTC 168. Ronda L. Smith (59) 628 1/2 Ohio, Quincy for operating an uninsured vehicle and driving while license suspended. NTA 152. Faron J. Cook (50) 824 Johnathan Ln, Quincy for FTA DWLS, no...
QUINCY, IL
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Quincy Police Department accepting applications

QUINCY, Ill. (KHQA) — The Quincy Police Department is now accepting applications for recruits to fill 10 vacant positions. Anyone interested in pursuing a career as a Quincy police officer can download the application form at this website. Paper applications are also available at the Quincy Police Department and...
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Rebuild Illinois program to provide funding for LaSalle Veterans’ Home

LASALLE – Facilities at the Department of Veterans’ Affairs statewide are receiving $331 million in capital funding to address emergency and deferred maintenance projects. The LaSalle Veteran’s home will be receiving a portion of that funding, however a bulk of the funds would be directed at the home in Quincy, which will see multiple improvement projects. The plans for the Illinois Veterans’ Home in Quincy include nearly $300 million spent on upgrading buildings, infrastructure, utilities, landscaping, and the demolition of aging buildings and expansion of the campus. The Department of Veterans’ Affairs provides long-term health care, education, mental health, housing, and employment to eligible veterans.
QUINCY, IL
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New JWCC Agricultural Sciences Complex to build leadership in ag

BAYLIS, Ill. (KHQA) — Hundreds of people attended a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday morning for the new John Wood Community College (JWCC) Agricultural Sciences Complex, which will serve as cornerstone in building and shaping the future of agriculture. "Today is truly a defining moment for that partnership and...
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Northeast Missouri man hurt when minibike slams into parked vehicle

WAYLAND, Mo. — A northeast Missouri man was injured when his minibike hit a parked vehicle. It happened at 8:45 p.m. Saturday on North Main Street in Wayland, Missouri. State troopers said a minibike operated by Shane McWilliams, 43, of Wayland, veered off the right side of the street and slammed into a parked vehicle.
WAYLAND, MO
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Gift card scams on the rise in Quincy

QUINCY, Ill. (KHQA) — The Quincy Police Department is warning residents about an uptick in gift card scams in the area. They are reminding everyone that law enforcement agencies will never call with threats of arrest, frozen assets, loss of benefits, etc. unless you pay a fee over the phone.
QUINCY, IL

Thriller at The Hop: Broekemeier's walk-off slam lifts Dragons to conference title

ALTON - Erik Broekemeier thought he got jammed. Good thing the Alton River Dragons designated hitter was wrong. And by being wrong, Broekemeier  turned in the biggest hit of his life. Broekemeier's walk-off grand slam gave the River Dragons an 8-7 victory over the Quincy Gems in the Prospect League's Western Conference championship game at Lloyd Hopkins Field, sending 1,199 fans as well as River Dragons players and coaches into delirium. It also sent the River Dragons into the league championship series beginning Thursday at home against the Eastern Conference champion Chillicothe Paints, a 7-4 winner at the Illinois Valley Pistol Shrimp.
ALTON, IL
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QPD Blotter for Aug. 7, 2022

Nikkole A Conway (31) of Quincy, arrested for Domestic Battery. Lodged 143/152. John M Madrid (49) of Quincy, arrested for Domestic Battery at 513 Hampshire. Lodged 144. Jeffery E Lawrence (51) of Quincy, citation for Driving While License Suspended at 12th and State. Nathanael L. Kellogg (19) Quincy, Illinois for...
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Rebuild Illinois program to provide funding for LaSalle Veterans’ Home

LASALLE – Facilities at the Department of Veterans’ Affairs statewide are receiving $331 million in capital funding to address emergency and deferred maintenance projects. The LaSalle Veteran’s home will be receiving a portion of that funding, however a bulk of the funds would be directed at the home in Quincy, which will see multiple improvement projects. The plans for the Illinois Veterans’ Home in Quincy include nearly $300 million spent on upgrading buildings, infrastructure, utilities, landscaping, and the demolition of aging buildings and expansion of the campus. The Department of Veterans’ Affairs provides long-term health care, education, mental health, housing, and employment to eligible veterans.
QUINCY, IL
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Quincy Noon Kiwanis Club played host to Ken Bigelow Day at Camp Saukenauk on July 18

QUINCY — Quincy Noon Kiwanis Club was the host of the Kenneth “Ken” Bigelow Day at Camp Saukenauk on July 18 in partnership with the Salvation Army kids program. The program was designed to combine developmental learning, mentorship, team building and more in a fun atmosphere where kids will feel comfortable learning, being active and making new friends. Each year in July, kids engage in the events of swimming, fishing and hiking.
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