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 […]
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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.
The second finalist in our Muddy Mississippi Mixer bartender contest is Caitlin Craig from Spring Street Bar. Brittany Boll gives us this preview.
MRN Publisher/GM Bob Gough gets an update on Adams County’s COVID status from Jerrod Welch, administrator of the Adams County Health Department.
Randy Industries provided the videography from the Quincy School Board meeting, where the focus was on masks for students during the upcoming school years. Masks are required to ride busses, but they are not mandatory anywhere else on school property. The caveat being as long as the COVID numbers don’t go back up and the […]
Brittany Boll is interviewing each of the three finalists for the Muddy Mississippi Mixer competition. The first finalist is Chris Austin of the Taproom, 104 North 6th, Quincy. Here’s a sample of Brittany and Chris discussing cocktails. We will have interviews with the other two finalists next week and then you can start voting on […]
On Muddy River News Furnished by Harvey’s, MRN Publisher/GM Bob Gough talks with the man who will continue to cover local sports in our Muddy River Neighborhood: Veteran sportswriter Matt Schuckman, now the editor of Muddy River Sports.