Herald-Whig View

NAFTA uncertainty hurting farm markets

FINANCIAL markets may be booming in the United States, but farm markets face an uncertain future due to concerns over the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

More Headlines

Herald-Whig View

Salvation Army fund drives exceed goals in Quincy, Hannibal

TWIN victories by the Salvation Army campaigns in Quincy and Hannibal, Mo., this week demonstrate that the spirit of giving does not end with Christmas. On Monday, Susan and Jay Johnson, the campaign chairmen at Hannibal, announced that the Salvation Army

Herald-Whig View

QPS initiative to 'grow its own' teachers an innovative approach

QUINCY Public Schools is taking an innovative approach to dealing with a growing nationwide shortage of teachers by offering a program that ultimately may entice more students to pursue careers in education. Quincy High School partnered with John Wood Co

Herald-Whig View

Quincy a good candidate for field trial against tree pest

THE Quincy Tree Commission believes a no-cost field trial being offered by a Canadian company could provide a promising weapon in the city's fight to eradicate the deadly emerald ash borer. GDG Environment Group offers municipalities biological treatment

Herald-Whig View

Greitens affair calls for swift investigation

This editorial appeared in the Kansas City Star. MISSOURI Gov. Eric Greitens has admitted to an affair, and politicians have been known to survive those. But that might not be the best way to describe his relationship with the hairdresser whose ex-husban

Herald-Whig View

Important work lies ahead for Veterans Home

BOTH federal and state elected officials say they are committed to investing in additional infrastructure improvements and safety measures at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy in an effort to prevent future outbreaks of Legionnaires' disease.

Herald-Whig View

GREDF speakers recount list of wins in 2017

MORE than $220 million in public and private construction projects were underway in Quincy and Adams County during 2017. That was among the strikingly impressive data shared at the Great River Economic Development Foundation's annual meeting Wednesday. An

Herald-Whig View

Rinella worked hard at bettering Quincy lives

WHEN he was inducted into the Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce Business Hall of Fame in 2015, Sam Rinella Jr. was quick to point out that "one of the best things that ever happened to me was coming to Quincy" in 1953 from his hometown of Galesburg. There i

Herald-Whig View

Aviation safety boosted by improvements in aircraft, radar, other systems

IT'S official: 2017 was the safest year for commercial air travel since passenger flights began. Separate studies reported last week that, out of a record 37 million flights there were no fatal airline crashes in the world last year.

Herald-Whig View

Angel of Hope effort comes to Palmyra

AN eight-year campaign by a Palmyra, Mo., woman to create a memorial garden to serve as a place of hope and healing for anyone who has suffered the loss of a child is closer to becoming a reality. Tori Greving, a nurse practitioner at Hannibal Regional Ho