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Some of our top news stories from the October 17 paper.

Early voting begins October 23

Here are some important dates to remember leading up to Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Read More

Christmas parade discussed at Chamber meeting

The DeQuincy Chamber of Commerce resumed monthly meetings on Thursday, Oct. 11. The host for the meeting was the DeQuincy News. Read More

Ice Cream Churn-off to be held

The DeQuincy Railroad Museum Board of Directors announces a homemade ice cream “Churn-Off” will be a part of the 95th Anniversary celebration of the 1923 KCS Depot on Saturday, Nov. 3. Read More

What's happened to concrete street markers?

By Vance Perkins

Have you ever noticed the old concrete street markers that are scattered around town, at several street intersections? They were recently brought to my attention. They are city property and are located in the public right of way at city street intersections. Many have been removed or damaged due to street widening projects and/or utility work along the streets. Most are now illegible due to weathering and neglect. Read More

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