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Riggs would be strong voice in Missouri House

To The Herald-Whig: We're writing this letter in support of Louis Riggs, candidate for 5th District state representative. He will bring energy, compassion and integrity to the office of state representative.

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Liberals should 'adopt' illegal immigrants

To The Herald-Whig: There is a solution to some of our illegal immigration issues. Please bear with me while it is outlined.

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Jack's Discount stores helped during flood, too

To The Herald-Whig: Don't forget the hometown heroes of the Flood of '93, like the Jack's Discount stores. The National Guard would call in to the Penn-Daniels offices on 24th Street, the corporate headquarters for the Jack's stores.

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Rauner only thing keeping Chicago from running state

To The Herald-Whig: I read the article about the Democrat running for governor of Illinois and his promises to the veterans home. We all have heard the Democrats and their promises before.

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Thanks for 90th birthday celebration

I want to thank all the family and friends for helping me celebrate my 90th birthday.

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Southern parts of Illinois should vote Chicago out

As a citizen of our great state of Illinois and of the United States I stand back in awe that we have allowed the problems we have in this state to get to the point that it has, and I know from my heart, mind and soul we need change.

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The late John McCarthy was model JWCC trustee

To The Herald-Whig: I recently learned of the passing of John McCarthy, and was saddened to learn the news. As the president of John Wood Community College from 1997 to 2008,

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America needs universal health care system

To The Herald-Whig: I recently came across a friend the other day who looked noticeably tired and worried. Lily is a single woman with adult children working in the health field, and she loves her pets.

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Fireworks safety can prevent fires, injuries

To The Herald-Whig: Rising temperatures, barbecues and fireworks. Heat naturally comes with the summertime, but fire-related injuries can be prevented.

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St. Mary Hospital lives on in people of Blessing Hospital

To The Herald-Whig: I add my voice and perspective to those of Fr. Donald Blickhan, shared in his June 28 letter to the editor. St. Mary Hospital played a vital role in the life of the Quincy region for 125 years, and choice is important. By the 1990s, so