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logged_n_to - Police shooting, pursuit in Downtown Hannibal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Notice how they do not even mention a passenger until they refer to the gunshot wound? How about-it's not a good shoot if they have no idea who they are shooting at. Good Lord, there could have been a child in the car for all the police know. The passenger had no idea he was involved in anything until his friend jumped back in the car and took off. The passenger is in my family. He was shot…
XBgCty - Police-fire pensions to go up in smoke? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
This is just to give you something to think about, also Cooledge: http://www.infowars.com/government-lays-groundwor... How would YOU feel if all of a sudden, you work and plan your entire life for retirement and then boom they take it away? Remember that all that money…
itsourlife8 - Police shooting, pursuit in Downtown Hannibal - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Chris Rock's version of "How to Not Get Your Ass Kicked by the Police" would play well in this situation.
itsourlife8 - The Patio restaurant could open as early as February 1 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Their pasta bar is the best! Owners and staff are friendly and welcoming. Glad to hear they are able to reopen.
XBgCty - Police-fire pensions to go up in smoke? - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I agree-- The Military SHOULD have the best care and be taken care of. I am not the one arguing against public care of government employees. You are, as it come out of every taxpayers pocket. There is the crux of this-- that they have no money for people that worked and paid in, and yet they never talk about running out of money for food stamps/welfare/medicaid, to people that NEVER paid in and most…

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Congressman Graves tours Knapheide's West Quincy facility

2 years, 3 months ago by Bob Gough

Congressman made stops at multiple Northeast Missouri businesses

Missouri 6th District Congressman Sam Graves toured several Northeast Missouri businesses on Monday.

The Congressman represents the newly redrawn district that stretches from the Kansas to Illinois border across the northern third of Missouri.

Graves toured Knapheide Manufacturing’s West Quincy Installation facility late Monday morning. The plant employs 164 people and installs truck beds to customers’ specifications.

Harold W. Knapheide III, Bo Knapheide and Plant Manager Mark Hubbell conducted the tour.

Graves also toured Hannibal Regional Hospital, Northeast Power in Palmyra and attended a fundraiser in Hannibal.

Graves, who is a farmer and a pilot who flies his own plane to many of his northern Missouri stops, serves as the Chairman of the Small Business Committee and is on the Transportation Committee.

He also appeared on WTAD’s Morning Meeting program. Click here to listen to the podcast.


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