The third installment in the Emotion Belly book series is still little more than a dozen or so sketches. Author Tracy Schlepphorst and illustrator Charlie Martin spent Tuesday afternoon shuffling through them for the book "Eden and Her Joy."
Ask Sarah Talley her favorite thing to make in the kitchen, and there's no hesitation. "I'm a dessert person, definitely a dessert person," the Carthage woman said.
Charlie Ledbetter calls the Endless Summer Car Show a "win-win-win" event. The Tri-State Lugnuts Car Club sponsors the show, scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 10. Since the event's inception 18 years ago, the show has raised nearly $90,000.
The Adams County Democratic Central Committee has nominated Linda Moore to serve out of the rest of City Treasurer Peggy Crim's term.
By the time Quincy Raceways fans return to the track in early September, they will be greeted by the first stages of a renovation plan being put together by new owners Jason and Robert Goble. The Gobles formally assumed ownership and operations of the 43-year-old, 28.5-acre facility at 8000 Broadway on Tuesday morning.
Bruce Farabee kept his feet moving and his arms swinging once school was dismissed Tuesday. Farabee turned 53 on Tuesday, celebrating his birthday by running the 10 miles between Palmyra High School and Hannibal High School.
The prosecution and defense team in the Derek T. McKenzie murder case must turn over evidence to each other by Oct. 6.
A 77-year-old Quincy man arrested last week after police said he had inappropriate contact with two children is facing multiple charges.