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Some of our top news stories from the September 10 paper.

Local flower shop announces closure

The DeQuincy Flower Shop, one of DeQuincy’s oldest businesses, will be closing soon. It is one of many DeQuincy landmarks that have been affected by a sluggish economy. Read More

Amendments addressed at council meeting

By Chris Nix

At Monday night’s City Council meeting, the Mayor signed a resolution in support of Constitutional Amendments #3 and #10 which will be on the Nov. 4th ballot. Read More

Police Department tells recent activity

On Aug. 29, DeQuincy Police received a report of an Aggravated Burglary and Battery that occurred on Smith Street. The victim, a white female, reported that a subject had pushed his way through her door and once inside attacked her causing numerous bruises all over her body. Read More

Local business owner dies

David Lynn Welch, 64, passed away Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014. He was a resident of DeQuincy. David was a member of First Apostolic Church of DeQuincy where he played bass guitar. He was owner and operator of David’s Bar-B-Que in DeQuincy for 22 years. Read More

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