nce fees for some of the biggest names in music back in 1969 … That and more in today’s three thoughts that make up Vol. 182 of the Daily Dirt.
There are many reasons Illinois’ population is declining, but chief among them is the Illinois estate tax. It is the “death” tax; it should be abolished.
Christmas is little more than a week away, so we’re offering some last-minute gift-giving advice … welcome to the three thoughts that make up Vol. 159 of the Daily Dirt.
Following an inquiry by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) and a story this summer on Muddy River News, the Quincy School Board is exploring moving the district’s Transportation Department to Flinn Stadium.
The numbers never lie, and the following numbers will probably come as an eye-opener for those followers of the squared circle … welcome to the three thoughts that make up Vol. 154 of the Daily Dirt.
Before you read on, what Christmas movie elevated squirrels to a new height of holiday importance? … While you ponder, welcome to today’s three thoughts that make up Vol. 150 of the Daily Dirt.
(This is the fourth of six stories about the St. Francis School fire in December 1899, when 12 girls burned to death in one of saddest chapters of the Quincy community’s history.) Read Part 1: Prosperous Quincy of 1899 Read Part 2: Christmas is Coming to Quincy Read Part 3: The Cry of Fire All […]
QUINCY — A County Market maintenance truck with refrigeration and maintenance equipment exploded and caught fire a little after 1 p.m. Wednesday while sitting in a parking lot on Broadway. The truck was in the Culver’s parking lot, west of the 25th and Broadway intersection. Witnesses said they saw multiple explosions that “just kept coming” […]
Hannibal High School presents “Mamma Mia!”
HANNIBAL, Mo. — Anyone may practice their archery skills from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays at the Admiral Coontz Recreation Center until Feb. 16. Participants under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. A variety of 3D archery targets, such as deer, turkey, bears, badgers, rabbits, dinosaurs, wolves and coyotes are available. […]