Author Leigh Mackenzie, who lives in both Chicago and Quincy, shares her powerful story of overcoming sexual abuse as a child and its long-term affects. She discusses her journey of faith and healing with Ron Kinscherf in this chat about her book “She Seems So Normal”.
Ron Kinscherf talks to a fellow author, Kasey Rogers, who has written her first novel at the age of 66.
Ron Kinscherf interviews Robert J. Emery, author of America: Standing Strong about what the country has gone through over the last few years.
Ron Kinscherf talks to Brian Ippensen of TI Trust about the growth of the company since its name change.
Ashley Conrad and Ron Kinscherf discuss a group trying to start a new school from scratch, then Ashley talks Furries! The Abbey, Utopia, Harvey’s Furniture, Instant Replay, Quincy Warehouse Bargains and The Liquor Booth bring you The Daily Muddy.
You won’t remember this, but I just saw you for the first time and I already love you so much. I loved you so much before I even met you. Isn’t that crazy?
Muddy River News correspondent Ron Kinscherf had a chat with Patrick Myers of the Queen tribute band Killer Queen to promote their April 2 show at Quincy’s Oakley-Lindsay Center.
The first Circuit Court of Adams County was held in 1825. Documents obtained from the Quincy Historical Society show the proceedings were run by Judge John York Sawyer, “who was of ample dimensions, probably about five feet in circumference, and it has been slanderously reported that he completely filled the Court House to the exclusion […]
QUINCY — A yellow giraffe with polka dots named Flower Girl likes to play video games. Flower Girl’s favorite video game involves tractors with flowers. Flower Girl’s friend, a brown cheetah named Cheety, wants to come over to play video games. A red lion named Tiger also wants to play games, but Tiger’s sharp teeth […]
A nice crowd of friends and followers turned out to celebrate local author Ron Kinscherf’s first children’s book “The Baker’s Patio” on Sunday afternoon. “The Baker’s Patio” introduces the reader to the imaginary world of an ant colony living under the brick patio of an older couple, whose children have grown and moved away. The […]
QUINCY — Ron Kinscherf gets goose bumps when he holds one of his books. “The first time I saw the book with a cover, copyright page, (a letter of) thanks and the whole thing was (Sunday) night,” he said. “And I looked at Mary (his wife) and said, ‘I have a book.’ “It’s just so […]
QUINCY — After working for 30 years as an information technology consultant, Ron Kinscherf grew tired of what he called “the rat race.” “I was tired. I was done,” he said. He quit his job in April but did not know what to do next. For years, in addition to his day job, Kinscherf spent […]