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Early Tin Dusters Heading to Quincy This Weekend

The 40th Annual Early Tin Dusters Fall Color Run will be held in Quincy, Illinois this Friday through Sunday. The 2015 Fall Color Run, which is a pre-1949 only event, always starts on the Friday following the second Sunday in October and is a free event. There will be typically between 800 to 900 vehicles  attending this year’s convention.

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Quincy School District Looking For Bus Drivers

Some 23 million students get up each morning in America and catch the school bus to transport them to school. For the person behind the wheel, the responsibilities are great and don't just involve the driving of the bus. Unfortunately, in many school districts around the country, including Quincy School District 172, there is a shortage of school bus drivers.

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Jeff Dorsey
Jeff Dorsey

Big Dog Attacks Bucket List Without a Phone: You Should Try it!

Some of you may have noticed, and some may not have, but I was gone from this radio ranch last week. I, on a whim, just decided to get in my car and go. Off I went, heading West as Horace Greeley once told us all to do. “Go West Young Man.” I know, the young man part doesn't fit. I drove and drove and drove some more.

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Tim Boyle, Getty Images

Time to Expand Amtrak Routes to Hannibal and the West

It has been over a year ago when the Quincy Herald Whig, in their Five on Five feature, asked the question Is Amtrak Passenger Rail Service Between Hannibal and Quincy a Good Idea?” The consensus over a year ago was that it is a good idea. I agreed then and I still agree now. Last year a group in Hannibal was looking into the feasibility of developing passenger rail service from Hannibal to Quincy and beyond. It is the “beyond” that made the idea intriguing.

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Volker Hartmann, Getty Images

Missouri’s Number of Critical Condition Bridges is Growing

Just two-and-a-half years after the completion of the most intense bridge program in the state’s history, the number of critical-condition bridges in Missouri is growing again. After the latest round of bridge inspections, the number of bridges in critical need of attention has risen to 641, some 50 more than a year ago.

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Go Ahead, Text Your Way Into An Accident

It was right after I got off work yesterday and I was driving on Broadway in Quincy and came to a red light at 18th Street. The SUV next to me was waiting for the green arrow. I glanced over and saw the driver on her cell phone sending a text message with her children in the car with her.

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John Moore, Getty Images

Drivers Desperately Needed for Meals on Wheels

Most people, including myself, have no idea how many home-bound elderly people there are in this area. I can tell you that there are at least 200 home-bound elderly people who receive a hot meal each day thanks to Meals on Wheels. These seniors live alone and they depend on the Meals on Wheels program for what, for many, is the only meal they will have each day.

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Tim Boyle, Getty Images

ISP Reminds Motorists to Slow Down with Schools Opening

Illinois State Police (ISP) District 20 Interim Commander, Lt. Jarod Ingebrigtsen, would like to remind motorists that area schools will soon open their doors and begin the new school year. 

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Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images

It is Motorcycle Season … Keep an Eye Out for Them!

If you go out driving anywhere lately you had to have noticed the amount of motorcycles that are now on the highways and byways in the Tri-State area.

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I Celebrate a Birthday Every Day at 25th and Broadway

If you went through the intersection of 25th and Broadway last weekend you were probably one of thousands who had to stop at an impromptu four-way stop. Apparently, there was some sort of malfunction with the light at that intersection which now has been fixed. I wish I could have heard the comments from all of the drivers.

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