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Palmyra Loses to South Callaway in Class 2 Semifinals

The Palmyra Panthers' road to the Edward Jones Dome came to an end Saturday afternoon with a 27-2 loss to South Callaway.

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Quincy Man Injured in Hunting Accident

A Quincy man escapes serious injury after he is accidentally shot by his hunting companion.

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Hannibal Regional Hospital Auxiliary

HRH Auxiliary Hosting Holiday Home Tour

This holiday season, four families open their homes and extend a warm invitation to the community to come share their Christmas cheer – all for the benefit of Hannibal Regional Hospital’s Auxiliary. The Hannibal Regional Hospital Auxiliary will be hosting a holiday house tour on Saturday, December 6, 2014 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

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Celebrating the successful Mabee Challenge Grant and new linear accelerator are representatives of the Hannibal healthcare campus: Ms. Angie Wilcoxson, Director of Finance - Hannibal Regional Hospital Foundation; Mr. Todd Ahrens, CEO/President - Hannibal Regional Healthcare System; Dr. Wendy Harrington, CEO/President – Hannibal Regional Hospital Foundation, Dr. Joseph Bean, Radiation Oncologist - James E. Cary Cancer Center; and Mr. Bob Hess, Director - James E. Cary Cancer Center.
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Hannibal Regional Hospital Foundation Meets Challenge and Receives $325,000 Grant from Mabee Foundation

The Hannibal Regional Hospital Foundation is pleased to announce the receipt of a $325,000 donation from the Mabee Foundation to support the James E. Cary Cancer Center.

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Three Hurt, Two Seriously, in Marion County Crash

Three people are hurt in a two car crash at Highway 61 and Route F south of Palmyra at 11:50 a.m. Thursday.

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Paris Man Killed in Tractor Mishap

A Paris man is killed in a mishap on private property southeast of Paris at 10 a.m. Thursday.

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Body of Quincy Woman to Be Exhumed

An order of exhumation of the body of a Quincy woman who died nine years ago has been received by the Adams County Coroner’s office.

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Quincy Man Arrested for Financial Exploitation of the Elderly

A Quincy man was arrested on Thursday and is accused of financially exploiting an elderly resident of a local nursing home.

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Illinois Hunters Reminded of Safety During Deer Season

Deer hunters are being reminded to make safety their top priority as the firearm season begins.

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Beardstown Man Charged in 8-Month-Old’s Death

Cass County authorities have charged a Beardstown man with murder in the death of his girlfriend's 8-month-old son.

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