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qfingers - Ferguson police officer was badly beaten before shooting Michael Brown - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJou
And, as a veteran too, I don't expect any special treatment. But, when the President of the U.S. is on the phone with the Mexican President I do expect a request to ensure fair treatment which never happened. And I expect the Secretary of State, when asked by family members and aware of the facts of the case to also make an attempt to help. As you noted consular officers aren't supposed…
qfingers - Ferguson police officer was badly beaten before shooting Michael Brown - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJou
Have you watched any investigation of this? He did not "knowingly" drive into Mexico. He missed the turnaround lane and had no choice but to drive to the crossing gate where they arrested him. They never gave him a chance to turn around and go back to the USA. It's a multi-lane road with a concrete barrier lane with one entry point on the left lane that, at night, would be quite easy to miss.…
pjohnf - State retiree insurance premiums dropping to pre-July 1 levels - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
This will work until the government runs out of other people's money. The retired state workers need to get out of the wagon and start pulling the wagon.
MrAverageGuy - Quincy School Board gets first look at $70.3 million budget - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I hear that Mr. Cobb is away from school more than he is at school. I hope this information is incorrect. Hope we are not giving a raise to someone who is a part time superintendent .
WarCry - Ferguson police officer was badly beaten before shooting Michael Brown - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJou
Exactly. Even if the cop is wrong, you don't argue with them. You follow their directions, do what they're telling you, and you settle it later, either in court or with their supervisor. You argue with them there on the scene, you're almost certain to lose, and then, even if the original issue was wrong, you're going to be in a world of legal hurt for resisting and arguing. Common…

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2012 Quincy Arts Awards presented today

1 year, 7 months ago by Denise Donley

Award winners receive original artwork from the Quincy Art Center

The 2012 City of Quincy Arts Awards will be presented by Mayor John Spring on Tuesday, January 8 at the meeting of the Quincy Rotary Club.

Also presenting the awards will be Dustin Hall, Joe Bocke, president, Quincy Society of Fine Arts and Dave Boster, vice-president, Quincy Society of Fine Arts.                                                    

The 2012 City of Quincy Arts Awards winner will receive the framed original artwork from the art students of Libby Tournear, Quincy Art Center.

Awards will be given in the categories of Arts Organization, Business Leadership, Individual Artist, Volunteer Leadership and Lifetime Achievement.

This year’s winners are as followed:

Peoples Prosperity Bank
Business Leadership 
2012 City of Quincy Arts Award
Artist: Ellie Craig 

Vicki Dempsey
Volunteer Leadership
2012 City of Quincy Arts Award
Artist: Rylee Hendricks

Ann Miller Titus
Individual Artist/Teacher
2012 City of Quincy Arts Award
Artist: Kate Ropchak

Midsummer Arts Faire
Arts Organization
2012 City of Quincy Arts Award
Artist: Maya Shaw

Connie & Rich Niemann
Lifetime Achievement  
2012 City of Quincy Arts Award
Artist: Emma Eyler

Jim Mentesti
Lifetime Achievement
2012 City of Quincy Arts Award
Artist: Emma LaFollette 

In 2011 the City of Quincy Arts Awards were presented to:
*  Historical Society of Quincy and Adams County
*  Media Development and ETC Computerland, Business Leadership
*  John Gebhardt, Volunteer Leadership
*  Brandon Thomsen, Individual Artist/Teacher


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