Without new funding, officials say library's future looks bleak
Quincy News

Without new funding, officials say library's future looks bleak

Quincy Public Library Executive Director Kathleen Helsabeck has plans for the future of the city's lone public library, which range from adding a 3-D printer to creating a makerspace to adding new childhood literacy programs.

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Bowling Green school officials optimistic about property tax increase proposal
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Bowling Green school officials optimistic about property tax increase proposal

Next month, voters in the Bowling Green R-I School District will decide the fate of Proposition S, which, if approved, would be the school district's first property tax increase since the 1960s.

Two Quincy men arrested, charged with drug possession
Police & Courts

Two Quincy men arrested, charged with drug possession

Two Quincy residents are facing drug charges after being arrested Thursday afternoon by the Adams County Sheriff's Department.

Local Government

Canton officials hope to digitize traffic tickets

The Canton Police Department is hoping to move to a new system for handling traffic tickets.

Guest artists help bring QCT production 'Phantom' to life
Quincy News

Guest artists help bring QCT production 'Phantom' to life

Guest artists are nothing new for Quincy Community Theatre, but its production of "Phantom," which opens to the general public Friday features five in carious roles.

7th Ward campaigns focus on resident needs
Quincy News

7th Ward campaigns focus on resident needs

Two candidates who call Quincy's 7th Ward home say crumbling streets and vacant houses are issues they will tackle. Terri Heinecke, a two-term Republican incumbent is being challenged by Benjamin Uzelac.

Reference librarians remain necessity despite new technologies
Quincy News

Reference librarians remain necessity despite new technologies

Retired high school English teacher Betty Lillard shudders to think of what the Quincy Public Library would be like if portions of the library's staff were laid off due to budget cuts.

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Library unlikely to see funding cut this year

QUINCY -- It is unlikely that the Quincy Public Library will see its budget cut this year, according to members of the Quincy City Council and Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore.

Education

Parent questions validity of QHS music theory class

The Quincy Public School District has canceled an honors music theory course and reviewed all of the Advanced Placement courses in the district after a parent complained that her daughter had benefited from the music course without doing any additional wo

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Doellman encourages United Way involvement

Mary Doellman has supported the United Way of Adams County for many years.