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Update: Police standoff in Quincy ends, suspect arrested

QUINCY, Ill. (KHQA) — UPDATE:. A nearly five-hour police standoff with a man who had barricaded himself in a car on a Quincy street has ended. The ordeal ended just before 7:30 p.m. when officers breached the car by "less than lethal chemical munitions," causing suspect Jason McEntee to surrender without further incident.
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One man in custody after police standoff in Quincy

QUINCY, Ill. (KHQA) — A police standoff that lasted for more four hours ended with one man in custody. Officers responded to the call around 2:30 near the intersection of 25th and Oak street. The U.S. Marshalls were working an arrest warrant for Jason McEntee when he barricaded himself in a car.
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Sewer surveillance reveals COVID-19 cases in Hannibal

HANNIBAL, Mo. (KHQA) — The Marion County Health Department announced that recent results from sewershed surveillance indicate possible increases in COVID-19 transmission. According to a news release from the health department, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) reported increasing trends in concentrations of COVID-19 genetic fragments in Hannibal wastewater during the weeks of July 12 and July 19.
Quincy, ILkhqa.com

Equal housing options to arrive in the Gem City

QUINCY, Ill. (KHQA) — The Safe and Livable Housing Committee started its work after viewing pictures and stories displayed in a poverty exhibit in 2018 in Washington Theater. Committee members said this week's evacuation is just one example of the need to improve affordable housing conditions in the Gem City.
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Hannibal wastewater surveillance reveals possible COVID-19 increases

Hannibal, Missouri — The Marion County Health Department announced that recent results from sewershed surveillance indicate possible increases in COVID-19 transmission. According to a news release from the health department, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) reported increasing trends in concentrations of COVID-19 genetic fragments in Hannibal wastewater during the weeks of July 12 and July 19.
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The 2021 Brown County Illinois Fair’s Full Schedule

The Brown County Fair in Mt. Sterling, Illinois is back this year and they have a loaded schedule of events for visitors to take in!. We are in the heart of county fair season in the Tri-States with the Adams and Marion County Fairs underway, and starting on Tuesday, August 3rd the Brown County Fair in Mt. Sterling officially kicks off! Here is the full Brown County Fair schedule according to the Brown County Fair Facebook page!
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The Least Expensive Home in Quincy Costs Less than Most New Cars

There is a Quincy home that has just been shared that has taken the crown as the least expensive home in town and it costs less than most new cars. I found this shared just a few hours ago on Realtor.com. It's 1132 Adams in Quincy and based on my search seems to be the least expensive home currently on the market in the city. I've seen many new cars that easily cost more than this place. Check out some pictures and see if this 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom home is a project you'd be interested in.
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Marion County Fair Full Schedule

The Marion County Fair begins this Saturday, July 31st and we have your full schedule breakdown so you don't miss a thing!. Thanks to the great people at showmepalmyra.com we have the full schedule for you to break down this years 2021 Marion County Fair. The general information you need to know is that the fair is from this Saturday, July 31st and goes through next Saturday, August 7th, the fair is completely free to enter for kids 6 and under, and only $1 for everyone else to enter. But if you want to enter the arena for the entertainment the cost varies depending on day, and event, anywhere from $5 to $20. ARM BAND days are Tuesday through Saturday, with times being 6pm to 10pm for $20 in advance or $25 day of. Here is the schedule according to showmepalmyra.com.
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Team James Needs Your Help Giving Back to a Quincy Charity

Team James of Kunes Quincy is giving back in a BIG way this month to a great charity in Quincy, but needs your help!. James Raleigh the founder of Team James, a sales group at Kunes Honda/Hyundai in Quincy, is giving back to Quanada in Quincy all through the month of August. Team James is asking for you to stop by Kunes Honda/Hyundai at 221 N. 36th St. in Quincy any time between 8:30am and 7pm for the whole month of August to drop off NON Perishable items, Canned Goods, or Hygiene products.
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COVID Resurgence Continues, 86 New Area Cases Thursday

Area health departments Thursday reported another 86 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. The Adams County Health Department reported 41 new cases, with 33 hospitalized, seven in ICU and now 129 deaths. 28 new coronavirus cases have been reported since Tuesday in Ralls County. Their case total is now 1,273, with...
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Public hearing set for possible IL 57 improvements

Hearing August 12 4-6 P.M. at Atrium Hotel on Third, 201 South 3rd in Quincy. The Illinois Department of Transportation says it will hold a public hearing next month on possible improvements to Illinois 57 in Quincy and Adams County. IDOT announced Friday that it would host an open house...
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Sharpe Arrested, Accused of Embezzlement from Heartland Ministries

Shelby County, MO – Thursday, July 29, 2021 – David M. Sharpe, 36, of Bethel, is being accused of stealing a large amount of money from multiple businesses in the Heartland community and buying illegal drugs online. Sharpe allegedly gave investigators a written confession, according to court documents. Sharpe was...
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NWS sees changes to Severe Thunderstorm Warnings.

QUINCY, Ill. (KHQA) — The National Weather Service has created three categories of damage threat for Severe Thunderstorm Warnings. The categories are baseline, considerable and destructive Severe Thunderstorm Warnings. Baseline Severe Thunderstorm Warnings are the standard warnings. They are issued for winds 58 mph or greater or 1.00 inch diameter...
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