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I Can’t Let This Week Go By Without Remembering ‘Joltin’ Joe DiMaggio

The year was 1941.  Americans were preoccupied with World War Two going on in Europe.  Nerves were on edge and Americans needed something or someone to do something positive.  That someone turned out to be Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees. Baseball was an escape from the pressures of war and people were following both the war and the game that summer especially because of DiMaggio.

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Ian Waldie, Getty Images
Ian Waldie, Getty Images

Eight Culver-Stockton Athletic Programs Named NAIA Scholar Teams

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) named eight of Culver-Stockton College’s athletic programs as 2012-13 Scholar Teams. For a team to be considered for NAIA Scholar Team, it must have a minimum 3

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Bayview Bridge-Quincy
Bayview Bridge-Quincy

Quincy in Running for Most Beautiful City Award…Vote Today!

Have you voted yet?  The City of Quincy, the Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Oakley Lindsay Civic Center would love for you to vote to help Quincy win the Best of the Road 2013 Most Beautiful City Award.  

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Yadier Molina by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images
Yadier Molina by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images

Who Do You Think is The Cardinals MVP as of Today?

Major League Baseball consists of a schedule of 162 games with 81 of them scheduled to be played at home.  It is a long season and usually there are a couple of milestone times during the season when people stop and take a look at where teams are.  One of those is Memorial Day and the other is the Fourth of July.  I thought I would make a third stopping point at the first day of summer.

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Spencer Platt/Getty Images
Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Adams County Chapter of The American Red Cross to Hold Awards and Recognition Dinner

The Adams County Chapter of the American Red Cross will hold its 96th Annual Meeting and Volunteer Recognition Dinner at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 20, 2013 at the Vermont Street United Methodist Church, 818 Vermont Street.  Anyone who has donated blood, time or financial help to the Adams County Chapter, as well as those who are interested in the work of the American Red Cross are invited to attend.

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Superior Spellers Compete At National Spelling Bee
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How Do These Kids Know How to Spell These Spelling Bee Words?

A 13-year-old New York boy captured the Scripps National Spelling Bee title when he conquered "the German curse" on his way to spelling's top prize. Arvind Mahankali has never had a "knaidel," but he was able to spell the German-derived Yiddish word for a matzo ball Thursday night to earn the huge trophy and more than $30,000 in cash and prizes.

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Mark Wilson/Getty Images
Mark Wilson/Getty Images

Lewis County C-1 Students Win Missouri Safe and Sober Honor

Missouri Safe and Sober has taken its message of sobriety to students across the Show-Me State, and now several are being rewarded for high student pledge rates including Lewis County C-1 (Highland High School) in Ewing, Missouri.

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Greg McVey/Culver Stockton Photo
Greg McVey/Culver Stockton Photo

Culver-Stockton’s Greg McVey Named to National Administrative Council

Greg McVey, Culver-Stockton College director of athletics, has been named to the National Administrative Council (NAC) of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).

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Elsa, Getty Images
Elsa, Getty Images

Mike Shannon Named a Missouri Sports Legend

To be a Hall of Famer is one thing but to be named a Sports Legend in the State of Missouri is another. I recently received an invitation to travel to Springfield, Missouri to attend the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Banquet to witness former St. Louis Cardinal Rightfielder/Third Baseman and current Cardinal Broadcaster Mike Shannon be named the 26th Missouri Sports Legend for the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.

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Photo Courtesy of Chamber of Commerce
Photo Courtesy of Chamber of Commerce

Dogwood Parade Winners Announced

Mother Nature was kind enough to allow the Dogwood Festival parade to be held with just some sprinkles and light rain Saturday.  Unfortunately, all of the Dogwood Block Parties were rained out Friday night. Once the parade concluded the Quincy Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of the float competition.

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