Philadelphia, MO

Where did all these insects come from?

QUINCY — As the crisp cool air of fall approaches, you might enjoy warming up with a sweatshirt or cuddling up with an additional blanket, and you are not alone! Many insects and other pests are making plans to move somewhere warm to survive the winter, and often that place is your home.
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Local Corn Maze Named One of The Best in Missouri

There are some wonderful pumpkin patches and corn mazes in the Tri-States, but one has made the best of the best for Missouri. has put together a list of the very best pumpkin patches and corn mazes in the state and has named Parkers Corn Maze (located in Hannibal) one of the best to visit. Every year, the corn maze changes, and this year the corn maze is in honor of 9/11 and shows two firemen looking up at the towers. It's really amazing to look at the full view from above. The website goes on to say,
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Galesburg Register-Mail

'We played faster.' Streaks pound Blue Devils for second straight Western Big 6 win

GALESBURG — Galesburg High School football coach Derrek Blackwell was pleased with the way his squad performed Friday night in Western Big 6 Conference action in Quincy. The Silver Streaks came away with a 35-9 victory over the Blue Devils (2-3, 1-2 in WB6). The win marked the second straight for Galesburg after an 0-3 start in the 2021 season.

Hannibal Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Hannibal: Saturday, September 25: Patchy fog then sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Sunday, September 26: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Monday, September 27: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Tuesday, September 28: Sunny during the

Coming soon: Clayton events

1. Advocacy Network for Children: Tailgate to Celebrate; 2. Girls Night Out the Show at The Water N' Hole (Augusta, IL); 3. Big Daddy Weave - World Vision Volunteer - QUINCY, IL; 4. Brown County Farmers Market; 5. Virtual Speed Dating for Professional Singles!;

This is the cheapest gas in Hannibal right now

(HANNIBAL, MO) Depending on where you fill up in Hannibal, you could be saving up to $0.12 per gallon on gas. According to a survey by GasBuddy, Big River Oil Co at 1920 Orchard Ave was the cheapest station in the area, with regular listed at $2.72 per gallon at the pumps Wednesday. That was compared to Shell at 1201 Broadway, where a gallon of regular was selling for $2.84.

Meet KHQA's new morning anchor

QUINCY, Ill., (KHQA) — Our viewers who tuned in to KHQA News on Friday morning got to meet our new morning anchor during our Friday Favorites segment. Sidney Brooks, who was born and raised in Dallas, Texas, is thrilled to call the Tri-States her new home. Sidney will be setting...
Columbia Missourian

Mexico falls behind early and never recovers in loss to Hannibal

Mexico suffered its first loss of the season Friday night at home against Hannibal after going down big early. The Pirates powered to a 48-21 victory after going up three TDs in the second quarter. Hannibal (5-0) entered the second half up 14 and shut down the Bulldogs on the defensive front. They added three more scores before the finish.

Mathis, Dobbins lead Temple to 41-7 win over FCS Wagner

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — D’Wan Mathis threw for two touchdowns to Kadas Reams, Kyle Dobbins had three short touchdown runs and Temple rolled to a 41-7 win over FCS foe Wagner. In the first meeting between the schools, the Owls had no trouble, although the Seahawks took the opening kickoff 80 yards in nine plays, going ahead on Guenson Alexis’ 1-yard plunge. After punting on its first possession, Temple had two touchdowns and a field goal to lead 17-7 at the half. Temple piled up 407 yards while Wagner had just 79 after the opening drive.

State seeks death penalty for ex-Marine in family’s deaths

LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) — Prosecutors will seek the death penalty for a 33-year-old former Marine accused of massacring a Florida family under the delusion that they were child sex traffickers. The state atrorney’s office said Friday that the Sept. 5 killings of the Lakeland family were “committed on a cold, calculated and premeditated manner.” Bryan Riley is accused fatally shooting 40-year-old Justice Gleason; his 33-year-old girlfriend, Theresa Lanham; their baby boy, Jody and 62-year-old Catherine Delgado. Gleason’s 11-year-old daughter survived despite several gunshot wounds. A grand jury indicted Riley on Tuesday. Charges also included attempted murder, kidnapping, arson, burglary and animal cruelty for killing the family dog.

Monroe City/Palmyra, Cards/Cubs, Rivalries Renewed

The renewal of a couple of traditional sports rivalries, one local, one regional, highlight the sports calendar this weekend. Friday night's high school football schedule features the latest installment of the long-time rivalry between two sets of Panthers - Palmyra and Monroe City. Tonight's episode kicks off at 7 p.m....