Mole-ridding endeavors
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Mole-ridding endeavors

Now that we are spending more time outside, you might be noticing more and more mounds or ridges of soil popping up in your lawn. There are a few different animals that like to make these mounds, but oftentimes the main culprit is the mole.

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Satellites, field cameras and farmers team up to track corn productivity in real time
Farm and Field

Satellites, field cameras and farmers team up to track corn productivity in real time

University of Illinois scientists, with help from members of the Illinois Corn Growers Association, have developed a new, scalable method for estimating crop productivity in real time.

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.

Police & Courts

Illinois man dies in Palmyra crash

A Dallas City, Ill., man died after a crash Friday in Palmyra.

'It's going to be a different normal'
Quincy News

'It's going to be a different normal'

The regulars came by for lunch on Friday at the Tangerine Bowl, and for the first time in weeks, they got to stay to eat — not inside the building, but in a tent pitched in the parking lot.

Elections

Missouri county clerks taking precautions ahead of next week's municipal elections

County clerks throughout Northeast Missouri say polling places will be safe for voters next week for the general municipal election, but predict low turnout.

Business

Local jobless rates spike from COVID-19 fallout

Unemployment soared to 12% in Adams County and nearly 13% in Quincy staying below the Illinois unemployment rate but lagging behind Northeast Missouri counties as unemployment has soared nationwide as part of the fallout from the coronavirus.

Quincy News

Adams County Circuit Court to resume full-time schedule Monday

The Adams County Circuit Court will open for more in-person court appearances and return to a full-time schedule starting Monday, June 1.

Quincy News

QFD offers tool to calculate occupancy rates

The Quincy Fire Department said Friday that it has developed a tool to calculate various occupancy rates as Illinois eases into reopening businesses.

Nebo man faces additional charges
Police & Courts

Nebo man faces additional charges

Additional charges have been filed against the Nebo man arrested this month on several charges after the Pike County Sheriff's Department received a tip from a Facebook group.

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