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SeenTheLight1 - QPD Blotter for 10/23/14 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
If she would have stole the vibrater some months ago....................
QuincyGuy - Rauner makes Quincy stop on downstate swing - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Thanks Dan & David for hosting our next Governor. What a difference it will make to have a businessman in Springfield instead of a jerk in Chicago.
1950Brutus - Quincy School Board pledges to reinvest savings from new buildings - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
This is just a vote getting ploy - remember the old days when lottery proceeds would only be spent on education??
pimpdaddystyle - QPD Blotter for 10/23/14 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Call the major case squad on the Cirillas incident.!! We can't have such crime in this area! Put out an APB on a black preg female breathing heavily and swooning
backhoe44 - Quincy School Board pledges to reinvest savings from new buildings - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal
There has never, ever been a board that believes in "saving the money for a rainy day". They have to SPEND THE MONEY. And even SPEND THE MONEY they haven't even gotten yet.

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Crop grants available from Department of Agriculture

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Funding will come from new Farm Bill

From agrinews-pubs.com:

The Illinois Department of Agriculture is accepting proposals for federal crop grants.

Department officials say Illinois’ funding will come from the specialty crop block grant program in the new federal farm bill. Illinois has been receiving about $600,000 a year and using the funds to open new markets for locally-grown produce.

Agriculture Department director Bob Flider said a small increase of local food purchases would create thousands of jobs in the farming and food industries that would revitalize both rural and urban communities.

Applications for the grants can be found on the Department of Agriculture’s website. Grant proposals will be accepted until May 1.

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