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migraine_in_qcy - Strawman: #Hashtag You\'re It... - Quincy, IL News -
Right.... compared to Biden?
migraine_in_qcy - Lovelace back in court Monday - Quincy, IL News -
Hasn't hurt anyone? Isn't he being tried for murder?
QuincyGuy - Sheffield steps down at QND basketball coach - Quincy, IL News -
Look at his record to see what he can do. He hasn't had a winning record or close to it ever. A great assistant but not the person to continue with the QND tradition. Being a Alumni doesn't make you a good coach. Bender was a great coach. Connell is a great coach. Douglas was a great coach. Were they Alumni?
Hunyboo - Schaefer prepares for 7th Ward aldermanic primary - Quincy, IL News -
Being a former city worker does that help him or hurt him?
pimpdaddystyle - Lovelace back in court Monday - Quincy, IL News -
It's that 8 years has went by, jeez the guy was working as a an ASA, running the dag gum school board, in the ANG, and now he's on a 5 million dollar bond, hasn't hurt anybody and has ties to the community, no flight risk, (that's what defense would argue if there wasn't a "money crunch"....) The powers that be had their suspicions all the time, why didn't they get…

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Police shooting, pursuit in Downtown Hannibal

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Hannibal History Museum's "Winter Thaw" Event on Jan. 25:


Ag Groups: U.S. Export Dispute Needs to be Resolved Now

12 minutes ago by USAgnet

The National Pork Producers Council and 92 other food, agricultural and allied industry groups urged the parties involved in a labor dispute that's affecting food exports that ship out of West Coast ports…

Brothers follow each other in organizing expo

23 hours, 35 minutes ago AgriNews

There’s something about those Hoener boys and the WIU Ag Mech Club Farm Expo.

Reviewing the Pace of Corn and Soybean Exports

2 days ago by Illinois Ag Connection

Following the Jan. 12 USDA Crop Production and Grain Stocks reports, it's becoming increasingly clear that the story in corn and soybean markets for the foreseeable future will be the ongoing pace of consumption. "The…
45th Annual WIU Ag Mech Farm Expo Feb. 7-8; Aggie Alumni Social Set for Feb. 7

45th Annual WIU Ag Mech Farm Expo Feb. 7-8; Aggie Alumni Social Set for Feb. 7

2 days, 20 hours ago .

 For the past 44 years, people from all over the western Illinois region—as well as from across the state and beyond — have been coming to Western Illinois University in the winter to get a glimpse of…

Live cattle futures - will they rise in 2015 for a sixth successive year?

3 days, 20 hours ago from

It was another strong year for live cattle futures, which ended 2014 up 23% - a fifth successive annual increase. The rise was driven by the return to growth in the US cattle herd, after a fall at the…

CHS and Northern Partners Sign Illinois Terminal Agreement

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 CHS Inc.,a farmer-owned cooperative and a global energy, grains and foods company, and Northern Partners Cooperative, Mendota, Ill., announced today that CHS will build a 47,000 ton capacity fertilizer…

Agriculture scholarships available

6 days, 23 hours ago AgriNews

74 scholarships, ranging from $1,000 to $7,500 per year, will be awarded

Kansas Farmers File Suit Against Syngenta Over GMO Corn Exports

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Three Kansas farmers have filed suit against Syngenta Corp., a Swiss maker of a genetically modified strain of corn. They join a growing number of interests across the country that have gone to court over…

Faster travel, higher tolls greet truckers in Illinois

1 week, 1 day ago AgriNews

Toll rates for large trucks rose in accordance with the terms of a rate increase plan approved in 2008

MO Soybean offers scholarships to national collegiate Biotech program

1 week, 3 days ago by Chirstine Tew, Missouri Soybeans

Four Missouri college students will have the opportunity to attend a hands-on biotechnology program in Arizona in March through a partnership with Missouri’s soybean growers. In partnership with the United…

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Gov. Rauner wants bureaucratic cuts in education, elsewhere - Spoke at U of I Thursday
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Ag Groups: U.S. Export Dispute Needs to be Resolved Now
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RT @Pete Scantlebury: We've got two combined points and ten total fouls in the first 3 1/2 minutes of the second half. College hoops fever, folks! Catch it!
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Bob Gough 12 hours, 8 minutes ago

@dennisdoddcbs @Boys_Vox Pretty fair assessment.