Memory of the moon landing remains vivid
Steve Eighinger

Memory of the moon landing remains vivid

I'm pretty sure any self-respecting baby boomer probably remembers watching the moon landing 50 years ago come Saturday. For me, it's one of those moments that will always be frozen in time, and if you're one of those modern-day conspiracy theorists who s

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Some of those ideas were not McGood
Steve Eighinger

Some of those ideas were not McGood

When it comes to business, one of the nation's greatest success stories involves McDonald's.

Your Turn/Gale Rublee
Your Turn

Your Turn/Gale Rublee

Gale Rublee, 57, was born near the shores of Lake Memphremagog in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont during gale force winds, the youngest of four children. Her life's work is to foster compassion and understanding, encourage creative expression and connect

That mechanical gene in the family never found its way to me
Steve Eighinger

That mechanical gene in the family never found its way to me

First of all, I realize the tremendous irony of what I am about to tell you. Secondly, I don't care. And never have. About cars, that is.

Letters

Nobody can agree on bettering the country

Every president the United States has ever had was elected by the Electoral College. People who don't like that result, get over it! There is no better representation for everyone than the Electoral College.

Thoughts on Seinfeld, Rocketman and the quake
Steve Eighinger

Thoughts on Seinfeld, Rocketman and the quake

A few thoughts on this warm summer day: º We're celebrating the 30-year anniversary this month of the debut of what many consider -- myself included -- the finest TV comedy in history: "Seinfeld."

Letters

Quincy residents lucky to have both airport, train service

I was so pleased to read about the continued popularity of the Quincy airport in The Herald-Whig on June 12, "Airport sees increased passenger counts."

Letters

Thanks for attending my 85th birthday party

I would like to thank everyone for coming to my 85th birthday party on June 1.

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Quincy folks helped traveler with mechanical problem

I visited Quincy last month for the historic homes tour. I was amazed at the number of volunteers helping making the tour so enjoyable. But best were the people who came to my rescue.

Lawmakers should help communities before disaster strikes
Guest Commentary

Lawmakers should help communities before disaster strikes

Here in Missouri, the summer of 2019 will be remembered as a time of devastation and struggling for the survival of our communities.

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