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ONCEMORE1 - All Four Democratic Presidential Candidates Support ‘Sanctuary Cities’ - Quincy, IL News
The ironic part is, even they may not be immune to the type of random lawlessness and danger they are creating by these moves. But they'll never understand or believe that. Meanwhile, the common citizen lives in a deteriorating warzone and feels less safe every day. Life in Obama's New Order......
QuincyGuy - Masters in court Monday - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
If details aren't available, they can't publish them. No news agency likes speculation. But to satisfy your need, how about: The two victims were trying to hit on his girl friend, who lived next door, and he came to her defense. Will that work for you?
1950Brutus - Greece enters uncharted territory after referendum \'no\' vote - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I wish I could debate you on this but I've got nothing that convinces me that this is not a possibility.
eaglebeaky - Masters in court Monday - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
What exactly do you think has been "sensationalist" about the media's coverage of this case, TOL? Nothing that I have read about it here seems the least bit sensationalized. To their credit, the QJ's writers are very good at reporting "just the facts ma'am" (so to speak) in cases like this. It's obviously NOT the news media's job to speculate as to "why" or "over what"…
1950Brutus - Airport manager Hester resigns - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
After seeing the distribution list of the tickets I would say they compounded their first error with the error of using the tickets to buy off their media buddies. I would bet some of the area's non-profits could have put these to better use.

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‘Dream Big In Color’ Run Set for April 26

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All proceeds from the run will support the Quincy Public Schools Foundation and the Dream Big Campaign

 

The Quincy Public Schools Foundation and QHS Leadership Class are pleased to announce the first annual ‘Dream Big in Color’ run that will take place on Saturday, April 26 at 8 a.m.  Participants will begin the 5k run wearing white and finish plastered in color that will be sprayed along the way.  The race is open to all ages and participants are more than welcome to run, jog, walk or even push a stroller throughout the run. 

A post party featuring family friendly fun and food will take place after the race.

Runners who register before April 15 will receive the discounted price - $25 for an individual and $100 for a team of five.  Children 5 & under pay $5.  Children 6-10 pay their age (Ex. 7 yr-olds pay $7).  After April 15, the cost is $35. 

Major sponsors for the event are Knapheide Manufacturing, McNay Trucking, Mercantile Bank, Quincy Medical Group, Titan International and WGEM. 

All proceeds from the run will support the Quincy Public Schools Foundation and the Dream Big Campaign that raises money for technology, fine arts, athletics, curriculum and endowment for the Quincy Public Schools.

For more information and to register, visit www.qpsfoundation.org or call (217) 228-7158 x2256.


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