Ethan Colbert joined The Herald-Whig Newsroom as a Reader Interest Reporter in March 2019. A Missouri native, Ethan graduated with degrees in political science and journalism from the University of Missouri in Columbia. He has previously worked as a reporter for newspapers in Jefferson City, Columbia, Buffalo, Stockton, and Bowling Green. In Bowling Green, Ethan served as the editor and reporter for one of the top weekly newspapers in the Show-Me State. Ethan continues to live on his family’s farm in rural northeast Missouri with his dog, Dixie, a yellow lab. Outside of the newsroom, Ethan is a self-described “local history buff” who loves exploring museums and historic homes. A devout St. Louis Cardinals and Mizzou Tiger fan, Ethan regularly attends sporting events with his family.
Promising to be an advocate for the working men and women of Quincy, Brandon Koch, 32, filed paperwork with the Illinois Board of Elections on Monday to become a candidate for the 2021 municipal elections.
Amid an uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases in the county and on the advice of the Adams County Health Department, city officials said on Thursday that all city meetings will again include an option for officials to participate virtually.
In 1993, the American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch organization issued a joint 171-page report that chronicles how the United States has toppled long-established discrimination policies and practices since the 1980s.
Missouri voters on Tuesday approved expanding Medicaid eligibility to many of the state's poorest adults, making the increasingly-conservative state the second to join the Affordable Care Act program through the ballot box during the pandemic.
QUINCY -- To illustrate the difficulties that Quincy faces when trying to address nuisance properties, members of the Neighborhood Beautification Committee took an in-depth look at 220 Oak St., a property that Director of Administrative Services Jeff Mays
A referendum to reduce the number of the seats on the Quincy City Council faced scrutiny and questions from aldermen on Monday night, but also earned the support of the city's top elected official -- Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore.