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Stupid_Dems - Rental Rehab program approved - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Well, that's nice! Free taxpayer's money. Not 0%, not 2% and pay it back into the pot so the next person would have a shot but free! Kind of like the Newcomb but hey, it's important the city pick who gets the TIF money.
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The civil contract of marriage is completely unrelated to the religious union and those that confuse the two, on both sides of the argument, are growing tiresome. This ruling was about discrimination in the government's recognition of a civil contract, not some infringement on religion...although it is disheartening the supremes left that door open. Until some same-sex couple successfully sues…
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The last 10 or 15 years has proven to me that the political and judicial systems are incapable of determining the difference between sensical and non.
1950Brutus - Veteran receives gift of national pastime - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Adding the jersey was a nice touch - a jersey is a MUST for going to a ball game but one must be careful not to spill mustard on it.
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QU Professor Dr. John Schleppenbach dies

QU Professor Dr. John Schleppenbach dies

1 year, 4 months ago From QU

Quincy University is saddened to announce that Dr. John Schleppenbach, Quincy University professor of communication, passed away on Monday morning, February 24 at the age of 71. 

Affectionately known by many as simply “Dr. John”, Schleppenbach joined the Quincy University faculty in 1973 as an assistant professor of English. 

Dr. John and wife, Dr. Barbara Schleppenbach, associate professor of communication and chair of the division of fine arts, were instrumental in developing and expanding Quincy University’s communication department with almost 70 years of combined service to the Quincy University community.


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