I was reading the Sunday Quincy Herald Whig a couple of weeks ago and in the Parade Magazine there was a question of "Could You Ace the SAT?" The small article stated that there was a site to go on line and try my hand at 10 SAT questions. I am one to never miss an opportunity to see how I would do, so I headed to that site.
The employment of Sean Taylor as head basketball coach of the Quincy Senior High Blue Devils came to an end this morning. The Quincy School Board voted to remove him, according to Quincy Herald-Whig. School Board President Stephanie Erwin made the announcement after the board voted 6 to nothing to remove Taylor from his basketball position.
Ralph McReynolds, Vice President of Camp Callahan's Board of Directors, will be celebrating his 50th birthday this weekend. Most people would mark the occasion with a party with cake and ice cream but not Ralph.
Yesterday was such a beautiful day for January. The January thaw came early as the temperatures rose to nearly 60 degrees. This, one week to the day when temperatures were around 15 below zero. I went out to get my paper on the front step and I could hear birds chirping, the sun was shining and the temperatures were warming. It was such a nice start to a Sunday morning. Life was good! That all ended when I opened my Sunday Quincy Herald Whig and on the front page are the mug shots of 53 people arrested last year for methamphetamine related incidents.
If you like watching birds the National Audubon Society could use you. The Society is looking for people locally to assist them with their 114th annual Christmas Bird Count. The count is set for Saturday, December 14.
Tomorrow night's TV show 'The Voice' will feature the voice of Katie Tenhouse of Liberty, Illinois. Katie, the daughter of Art and Sharon Tenhouse, is a member of the Starbuck's Chorus that will be performing tomorrow night on NBC-TV.
Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore is proposing that the City of Quincy should drop the garbage sticker option it has been using, in favor of one of two options which would see a flat fee for all users. The change would allow the City of Quincy to spend the increased monies on needed infrastructure improvements.
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