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eaglebeaky - QPD Blotter for December 25, 2014 - Quincy, IL News -
... and they were even considerate enough to inflate the tire before they used it? Awesome. Merry Christmas to all... and to all, a gently-used wheelbarrow. :-)
chebby79 - QPD Blotter for December 25, 2014 - Quincy, IL News -
gee, Tim, they left rocks and dirt in payment for using the wheelbarrow.
hotrod400 - Suburban St. Louis officer kills suspect who pulled gun; Police say victim was \'known\' to police -
How difficult is it to understand that if you act in a menacing manner toward a cop, especially if that includes aiming a gun at him/her, you are going to be 'neutralized' in some fashion? And that is the appropriate response, no matter the ethnicity of the aggressor. Can you imagine a world in which we would have to deal with people of this mindset, one who is so brazen he does not fear…
QY2011 - Van Camp files for 6th Ward race - Quincy, IL News -
Their time on the council also counts toward their pension. I would guess that will cost the taxpayers far more than health insurance overall.
hotrod400 - Van Camp files for 6th Ward race - Quincy, IL News -
The tote program WAS NOT the Council's idea. It came from the upper strata of the Moore Administration. That is not an opinion.....It is a fact. The Council bears responsibility for approving it.

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Soccer Festival to take place this weekend

6 months, 3 weeks ago by Bryan Nichols

39 teams registered for Saturday's event at Boots Bush Park

Quincy United Soccer Club will be holding its 2nd Annual Gatorade 3 v 3 Soccer Festival this Saturday, June 7th from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Boots Bush Park, located at 42nd & Maine Street.  This family-friendly festival will showcase area players ranging from U-7 to over 18 in age, with 39 teams registered to participate.  Food and drinks will be provided by JJ's Catering and Refreshment Services Pepsi.

The QUSC Gatorade 3 v 3 Soccer Festival is all about FUN! We've developed a day full of soccer that isn't about winning, but rather about remembering why you play the beautiful game in the first place!

The Quincy United Soccer club has been teaching the game of soccer in our community since 1998 and was established to provide Quincy area youth a chance to play competitive soccer in a fun and challenging environment.  Please visit our website: to learn more about the 3 v 3 Gatorade Festival, upcoming events and our Club.

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