Dozens of lawn chairs dotted the lawn of the John Wood Mansion at 12th and State as the Historical Society of Quincy and Adams Countycelebrated 125th anniversary year with a Calftown Cookout and picnic on Sunday. President Abraham Lincoln (or Max Daniels of Wheaton, Ill. portraying the late president) was in attendance to enjoy live […]
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Anjay Clark of Instant Replay won the first Muddy Mississippi Mixer award. Anjay created a Peach Long Island Tea FTW. Now, it would’ve been better if we had people actually TASTE the drinks. Maybe we’ll figure that out for next year. We received multiple nominations then picked the top three vote getters to get to […]
HERE ARE OUR THREE FINALISTS! WATCH THE VIDEO, THEN VOTE BELOW:
Warsaw native Steve Lucie of We Stand for Our Students, a community group concerned about parent choice regarding mask options, spoke during the Illinois State Board of Education’s meeting in Springfield on Aug. 18. He returned to Quincy for a taping of Muddy River News This Week, then attended the Warsaw School Board meeting. That’s […]
QUINCY – Don’t expect to see the Marblehead bypass any time soon. The Illinois Department of Transportation is preparing a study to see if there is a need to expand Illinois 57 heading south of Quincy to Interstate 172. “The study defines the project purpose and need along with goals and objectives based on input […]
QUINCY — Josh Rabe’s wardrobe is different. His daily routine is, too. After the Quincy University baseball team was eliminated from the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional on May 29, Rabe made his transition from coaching to administration. On June 1, he officially moved into his role as the Quincy University athletic director, having spent […]
Comments from a committee member and two landlords, one of whom is also a member of Quincy’s Safe and Livable Housing Committee.
Brittany Boll talks to Anjay Clark of Instant Replay as our third and final finalist for the Muddy Mississippi Mixer contest.
Muddy River Sports Editor Matt Schuckman talks about what is going into the new website as we reach closer to the August 16 launch.
MRN Editor David Adam talks with Sara Janes of the Hometown Hitters, a youth travel volleyball club, about that sport and how it is changing. State of Play is sponsored by Tri-City Sports and XCel Performance and Training.