Anthony Quinn

Prosecutor Anthony Quinn Files for Superior Court Judge

Dubois Co. - Anthony Quinn has filed to run for Dubois County Superior Court Judge. Quinn filed paperwork Jan. 7 and is seeking the Republican Party nomination. State Senator Mark Messmer recently expressed his support for Quinn’s candidacy. “I have gotten to know Anthony Quinn quite well both personally and professionally during his time as Prosecutor. I know he will continue to serve the County very well as Superior Court Judge,” said Messmer.
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Prosecutor Anthony Quinn on Domestic Violence Month

Jasper - Domestic violence damages victims physically and emotionally and its effects are long lasting. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time for greater understanding of this issue and to remember victims of abuse. In the more than 30 years since this DVAM was launched in 1987, awareness and...


He month of August is dedicated to bringing awareness to Child Support Services in Indiana. Many residents are not aware they can contact their local prosecutor for assistance with enforcing child support orders. Dubois County Prosecutor Anthony Quinn wants to educate and inform parents, guardians, grandparents, or other custodial parties...

Prosecutor Anthony Quinn on Elder Abuse Awareness

Jasper, Indiana - World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is designated in June of each year. This is a day set aside to recognize that some of our most important citizens are vulnerable to abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Elder abuse impacts not just seniors, but anyone over the age of eighteen...

Anthony Quinn and Charles Bronson in GUNS FOR SAN SEBASTIAN Available on Blu-ray June 15th from Warner Archive

Anthony Quinn and Charles Bronson in GUNS FOR SAN SEBASTIAN (1968) will be available on Blu-ray June 15th from Warner Archive. Leon Alastray (Anthony Quinn), a rebel on the run from the Mexican Army, escapes to the remote village of San Sebastian, where locals believe he’s a holy man. Finding the area devastated by savage Yaqui attacks and the presence of a separate enemy – Teclo (Charles Bronson), a man with his own shocking secret – Leon reveals his true identity and leads the villagers against the deadly threat. As the people of San Sebastian prepare for an explosive fight, they must gather courage to reclaim their town.

Prosecutor Anthony Quinn on Boosting Teen Self-Esteem

Jasper - May is National Teen Self-Esteem Month, which was created to raise public awareness about how low self-esteem can affect teens. The teenage years are a notoriously difficult time for many young people. On top of physical and emotional changes, teens also must contend with the added pressures of social changes, new relationships, increased educational expectations, and peer pressure.

Anthony Quinn “Bird” Posey

(Age 61) Graveside services will be Friday April 30th at 3:30 p.m. at Greenwood Cemetery in Russellville. Visitation will be Friday from 3 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. at the cemetery. Gamble Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
The Guardian

London, Burning by Anthony Quinn review – portrait of a divided country

S — et during the dog days of the Callaghan Labour government, Anthony Quinn’s latest period novel extends his richly pleasurable and loosely connected series portraying London down the decades. Since 2011, he has fused romance, mystery and social realism to produce a kind of epic Londoniad, tackling the city’s Victorian slums (The Streets), the first world war (Half of the Human Race), the 30s (Curtain Call), the blitz (Our Friends in Berlin), the 50s and 60s (Freya and Eureka), and now the late 70s, a time of strikes, IRA violence and the imminent election of Margaret Thatcher.

Prosecutor Anthony Quinn Announces NATIONAL POISON PREVENTION WEEK

National Poison Prevention Week is celebrated March 21st-27th. This week is used to draw attention to poison control centers and the Poison Help Hotline (1-800-222-1222). While we hope this phone number is never needed, storing this nationwide. phone number in your phone or a prominent location in your home could.

Prosecutor Anthony Quinn: Internet safety tips to protect children

An internationally celebrated day, Safer Internet Day was established 18 years ago to bring attention to making the internet a safer place. This year’s theme on February 9th in the United States is, “The Internet starts with I.” Connect Safely, the facilitator of this program, is asking everyone to think about “What I can do to make the internet better?”