QUINCY — A judge denied a Quincy woman’s request for a new attorney and a change of venue Wednesday morning. Amanda Toolate, 43, of 323 College is facing one count of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child, a Class X felony punishable for between six and 60 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections, […]
QUINCY — The Illinois Judicial Inquiry Board filed a complaint on Friday against Eighth Judicial Circuit Judge Robert K. Adrian. Adrian found Drew Clinton, 18, guilty of felony criminal sexual assault following a bench trial in October 2021, but then on Jan. 3, Adrian vacated Clinton’s conviction, resulting in Clinton being released from the Adams […]
QUINCY — The trial of Bradley Yohn in Adams County Circuit Court on Tuesday morning started with Judge Roger Thomson addressing a series of motions filed by Yohn last week. It ended moments before jury selection was set to begin when Yohn told Thomson, “I can’t do this.” Thomson eventually set a July 6 hearing […]
QUINCY — Florence Smith wasn’t about to miss this. Smith, 93, was one of several people in attendance Monday night to watch her grandson, Adam Yates, be sworn in as the 33rd person to be the chief of the Quincy Police Department. She also posed for photos with Yates after the meeting. “It was really […]
Davis, who is running in the June 28 Republican Primary against Congresswoman Mary Miller, met with state, local and federal Chamber of Commerce leaders as well as local officials in a gathering at Knapheide Manufacturing Monday afternoon.
QUINCY — A Quincy developer has bought the former Dollar General building at 330 N. 30th. Quincy 330 LLC bought the building on May 31 for $280,000 from Anne Scherer of St. Louis, according to documents filed in the Adams County Recorder office this week. Spencer Schelp, the agent for the LLC, plans to make […]
The Administrator of IVH talks about going from Legionella to COVID and all of the new construction that will help the facility endure for years to come. Muddy River News This Week is furnished by Harvey’s.
QUNCY — If a Mount Rushmore equivalent for accomplishments tied to to the Quincy Derby ever were to exist, a Riley Delgado caricature is guaranteed a spot. Delgado may have forever chiseled his way into the folklore of an event that has long been part of a community’s heartbeat. What Delgado did Saturday was simply […]
QUINCY — Tony Cornett pauses quite often when talking about the impact of the Super Kids portion of the Quincy Derby on his son, Michael. The emotion, at times, gets the best of him. “This is such a great event, and Michael loves it,” Tony explained. “You can see it in his eyes how excited […]
Dear MRN, The Golden Corral has set empty for a couple years now. Whatever happened to the guy who owned it and was charged for the murder of a young boy years ago? I never did hear if he had gone to trial or what. William Christopher Niemet of Fulton, Mo., owner of the Golden […]