Blessed Sacrament School children walk forward to receive ashes during an early morning Ash Wednesday Mass held at Blessed Sacrament Church in Quincy. Online Photo Gallery Coverage Here. H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt)
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Photo gallery from the Military All-Stars exhibition pregame ceremony at QU-Stadium Monday evening.
A group of Mennonite women look on as authorities begin draining a small pond in their search for missing six-year-old Christian Baucom Wednesday morning in Colony, Mo. The boy was reported missing about 12:50 p.m. Tuesday from a residence in the small Knox County town on Route K. His body was found by Missouri State Highway Patrol Water Patrol divers in a pond after it was drained and lowered several feet. Divers, walking arm in arm in mucky water up to their waists, found the child’s body just before 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. See photo gallery slideshow here.
A conference room at the Doubletree Hotel in Normal is filled with players, parents and fans of the Quincy Notre Dame girls basketball team as Father Leo Enlow, pastor at St. Peter Church, prepares to say Mass before Saturday night’s game. Herald-Whig Photo Editor Phil Carlson spent the day with the team as it prepared for the championship game. Click on the photo above to view a 50-photo slideshow.
Matthew Clatt, 5, of Hannibal, Mo., has his outline drawn in chalk by his sister, Josie Clatt, 8, during the Hannibal Arts Council First Friday Art Adventure Friday at Central Park in Hannibal. The theme for the day was “Pop Art in the Park.” Participants learned about artist Keith Haring’s work, which was inspired by street culture in New York. (H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt)
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Click on the photo below to view a slideshow of heat-related photos taken by Herald-Whig staff photographers.
Click on image to view the “Heroes” portrait gallery. See the entire Heroes special section complete with stories in this Sunday’s Herald-Whig.
Marion County’s Jessica Redd hugs teammate Randi Lee Plunkett as the Maion County Mustangs celebrate their win over Montrose during the Show-Me Showdown Class 1 Girls Semi-Final Basketball Championships game Thursday night at Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Mo. (H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt)
Marion County’s Randi Lee Plunkett comes up with a loose ball during the Show-Me Showdown Class 1 Girls Semi-Final Basketball Championships game action Thursday nigh against Montroset at Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Mo. (H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt)
Marion County’s Rachelle Sharpe takes it to the hoop during the Show-Me Showdown Class 1 Girls Semi-Final Basketball Championships game against Montrose Thursday night at Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Mo. (H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt
Click on image to view photos taken Wednesday, February 2, 2011.
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From left, Rachel “Olli” Johnson, Gus Ganley, Walken Schweigert, Aaron “Muskrat” Barck, and Corinne Ebbenga, of Minneapolis, MI., along with Chad Stender, od San Fransico, CA., in the pilot house, leave Quincy, Wednesday, September 22, 2010, on the way to their next stop in Hannibal, Mo. The six friends are floating down the Mississippi River this year and doing what they call “impromptu street theater” at various stops. Dubbed the “Unseen Ghost Brigade,” the troupe is in Hannibal this weekend. Wednesday marked three months they been on their river journey. Photo Gallery Here. (H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt)
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Click on image below to visit slide show photo gallery of President Barack Obama’s visit at the Oakley-Lindsay Center in Quincy, Wednesday, April 28, 2010.
(HW-Photos by Steve Bohnstedt)
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Click on the image below to begin slide show photo gallery of President Barack Obama’s visit to the Siemens Plant in Fort Madison, Iowa, Tuesday, April 27, 2010. (H-W Photos/Phil Carlson)
Thirty-five World War II veterans from the region — along with 20 guardians
— will be taking part Tuesday in the inaugural Great River Honor Flight that
will transport them to Washington, D.C. That’s where they can see the World
War II memorial in the nation’s capital. The non-profit Great River Honor
Flight program is designed to get World War II, Korean and Vietnam era
veterans to visit “their” war memorials. There is no cost involved for the
veterans. Between $15,000 and $20,000 in expenses are paid for the veterans
by donations from area individuals and businesses.
Click on the images below to meet five of our local World War II veterans who will participating in the Great River Honor Flight.
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Click in the image to view Steve Bohnstedt’s slideshow from Monday’s super-sectional game.