Your Turn/Kelsey Deters
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Your Turn/Kelsey Deters

Kelsey Deters, 25, is assistant director of the District. Deters was born and raised in Quincy and has a lot of family in the area, including her parents, Beth and Rich Deters.

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Those Facebook posts can be life lessons, too
Steve Eighinger

Those Facebook posts can be life lessons, too

The deeper I get into the monthly exercise of highlighting the top posts I find on Facebook, the more I realize there could be more to these musings and thoughts than mere humor. There could be actual life lessons to be found.

Your Turn/Jenna Seaborn
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Your Turn/Jenna Seaborn

Jenna Seaborn, 36, has worked as the marketing director at Arts Quincy, America's first arts council, since 2017. She creates Arts Quincy's bimonthly, full color magazine six times a year.

Will the next Bond bad guy be as memorable as past legends?
Steve Eighinger

Will the next Bond bad guy be as memorable as past legends?

There's a new James Bond movie on the horizon, and I'm kind of excited. "No Time to Die," the 25th installment of the longstanding series, will be in theaters in early April. And I can't wait.

It's a new year, but moronic behavior remains
Steve Eighinger

It's a new year, but moronic behavior remains

One of my personal resolutions for the new year was to try and dig even deeper into news reports across the nation for those candidates worthy of our "Morons of the Month" feature. Not all monthly medal winners are required to do have done something moron

Your Turn/Mellissa Douglas
Your Turn

Your Turn/Mellissa Douglas

Mellissa Douglas, 44, is pricing manager at Phibro Animal Health. She grew up in Quincy, moved to St. Louis for college and stayed for 16 years before returning home to Quincy in 2009. She serves on the United Way of Adams County Board of Directors.

'Blue Bloods' pace 10th annual Stevie awards
Steve Eighinger

'Blue Bloods' pace 10th annual Stevie awards

Today I offer the 10th annual "Stevie" awards, my own personal picks for the top shows and performers on television.

Looking back at top Facebook posts of 2019
Steve Eighinger

Looking back at top Facebook posts of 2019

Normally, before I go to bed each night I like to take one final glance at Facebook. You know, to make sure I didn't miss anything important or the latest snarky comment from an alleged friend.

As reporting career comes to an end, memories of stories come flooding back
Edward Husar

As reporting career comes to an end, memories of stories come flooding back

For the past few weeks I've been rummaging through file cabinets crammed with nearly 40 years of memories. The cabinets contain hundreds of manila folders filled with notes on topics I've written about since becoming a Herald-Whig reporter in May 1980.