Opening day makes hunters start to feel squirrelly
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Opening day makes hunters start to feel squirrelly

QUINCY -- Chuck Chrisman remembers every detail of the morning, from the smell of coffee as he walked down the hall of his bedroom to the washing blood off his hands at the end of the hunt. It might have taken place 50 years ago...

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Whether he stays or goes, QU's Bell ready to focus on administrative role
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Whether he stays or goes, QU's Bell ready to focus on administrative role

Change is imminent for the Quincy University athletic department, one way or another. Marty Bell made that clear Monday. Invited onto the Missouri Western State University campus as one of four finalists looking to fill...

Is Federer the greatest of all time? It's up for debate
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Is Federer the greatest of all time? It's up for debate

With his eighth Wimbledon championship secure and his 19th career Grand Slam title won, Roger Federer again staked his claim to being the greatest men's tennis player of all time. But does the sporting public consider him that?

Sunday Conversation with Timmer Willing
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Sunday Conversation with Timmer Willing

It has been more than two decades since Timmer Willing used Quincy as his home address, yet this is still home. Now the head men's tennis coach at UC San Diego, an NCAA Division II school, the Quincy High School graduate relies on his Midwestern roots.

Prospect camp is sign C-SC is moving forward
College Football

Prospect camp is sign C-SC is moving forward

CANTON, Mo. -- Tom Sallay finds himself in the midst of two major moves. The first-year Culver-Stockton College football coach has to move his family from the greater Chicagoland area to the Mississippi River town they now call home...

Why do you love to fish? Anglers share their reasons
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Why do you love to fish? Anglers share their reasons

QUINCY -- It may be the simplest question, but the answer can be very complex. Why do you love to fish? That query was posed to several area anglers and the stories behind their passion are as unique as every fish they catch.

Dwindling women's field for city golf tournament is cause for concern
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Dwindling women's field for city golf tournament is cause for concern

Two decades ago, the field for the Quincy Women's City Golf Championship was broken into three flights. A decade ago, there were enough golfers to have four flights. This year, they barely had enough for a foursome. Dakota Limkemann won her third...

Guthrie looking for positives to regain feel for his game
Golf

Guthrie looking for positives to regain feel for his game

For as long as Luke Guthrie has known Mark Christiansen, he's been able to count on one aspect of their relationship never changing. There is no bull. "He's pretty straight-forward," Guthrie said of his golf swing coach growing up and continued mentor.

QU recruits ready to show their wares in all-star football game
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QU recruits ready to show their wares in all-star football game

Each drill the 2017 Do or Die Bowl West All-Stars engaged in this week seem to spring a new star. One day it was Brown County's Carter Lewis showing his versatility out of the backfield. The next, Macomb's Korby Foxall opened eyes...

If the fish aren't biting, it's time for a break
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If the fish aren't biting, it's time for a break

The dirt inside what Bobby Grissom called his bait bucket had become dry and crumbly. That's because the bucket wasn't made to hold moisture. It looked more like a tin spittoon than a bucket, but for years, Grissom dug nightcrawlers...