My View: Arts Quincy proud to be part of record grant
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My View: Arts Quincy proud to be part of record grant

Last week, I was privileged to announce that after three years of hard work and collaboration with many agencies, Arts Quincy had secured $1.5 million of the $50 million in state funding allotted to arts and cultural capital campaigns.

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Thanks for making 101st birthday amazing

I greatly appreciate and have enjoyed the many cards and phone calls I received from across the country in honor of my 101st birthday!

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Disagree with Pritzker using respect, not vulgarity

I am writing to express my disgust, shock and embarrassment at the Gov. J.B. Pritzker signs I am seeing all over town. You may disagree with Pritzker's policy, but these signs are a personal attack.

Your Turn/Kayla Wittler
Your Turn

Your Turn/Kayla Wittler

Kayla Ann Wittler, 27, is from Palmyra, Mo., and has worked at Blessing Health System about six years. She is currently president of the Palmyra Chamber of Commerce. She and her fiance, Trevor Sparrow, will be getting married Oct. 17, 2020.

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Consider five factors in fostering economic recovery

We are at a moment of extreme crisis. Our nation's workers have been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Not wearing a mask in public puts all of us at risk

As I move about our community, I notice people everywhere without masks in public. Today I even saw a father without a mask with a grocery cart pushing around the store his small son, who did wear a mask.

Lost in the swath of the pandemic coverage was the passing of these notable entertainers
Steve Eighinger

Lost in the swath of the pandemic coverage was the passing of these notable entertainers

Much has been lost, or at least greatly overshadowed at times, in the regular news cycle over the past 2 1/2 months. We owe that, of course, to the daily deluge of information tied to the pandemic.

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Local law enforcement showcases professionalism

A recent demonstration in Quincy's Washington Park brought a large gathering of people to protest the executive orders of Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Democrats using pandemic to convert U.S. to socialism

If anyone thought the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic would bring this country together politically to fight a common enemy, they were woefully mistaken.

'Ferris,' 'Clueless' and 'Fast Times" lead the way
Steve Eighinger

'Ferris,' 'Clueless' and 'Fast Times" lead the way

Usually, summertime is a great time for blockbuster movie releases. This year, however, promises to be much different.

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