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QuincyGuy - Crider has lawyer - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The law is on the side of the bad guys. After all it was written by lawyers.
QuincyGuy - Crider has lawyer - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Why is it necessary to keep showing a killer police mug shot? If you need a picture why not show the dead victim, 12-year-old Ray Humphrey Junior. The least we see of this scum the better.
Givemeliberty - Proposed FY15 Budget: $1 million in cuts, new Yard Waste stickers - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.
Haha I feel like your giving me one of those "it depends on what your definition of the word is is" defenses. I'll admit this, you got the "not gonna take me down" spirit of a politician caught in a pickle. Unfortunately the integrity of a politician comes with it.
GuyFawkes10 - A Shocking Admission Comes From Within Darin LaHood’s Disillusioned Campaign — About IL
You mean the Boehner money and the Main Street contribution doesn't tip you off how he will vote. He says he will vote against his donor Chamber of Commerce, yea right.
XBgCty - How the SSM “anti-polygamy” movement turned into Animal Farm - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJ
Polygamy is more natural in Nature then Monogamy. (Science & Nature) There is NO homosexual species in nature It would be between consenting adults It is a Religious custom in some religions (1st Amendment)- in the Constitution (nothing in constitution about gay marriage) So that would make it more NATURAL and Legal then the recent ruling.

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Community Foundation announces matching grant program

2 years, 7 months ago by Mary Griffith

On its 15th anniversary, the Community Foundation of the Quincy area announced a $15,000 matching grant program for each of the 13 counties it serves.

Community Foundation Chairman Brian Ippensen says that means if a local fund committee in the county can raise $15,000, the gift will automatically be doubled by the Foundation.

The funds will be a permanent endowment to be used only in that county and only as local citizens decide.

Pike County, Illinois has already started the process. For the past four years, a local committee has been raising funds.  Now that group is going to try to receive the $15,000 match.

Ippensen says all 13 counties can achieve this permanent endowment to help provide for their local needs. He says now is a good time to consider a gift since the donors money will double and will be restricted for use in the county they designate only.


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