August 29, 2015
10:21 am
Jill On Money with Jill Schlesinger
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The sheriff’s department says the woman was thrown out of a vehicle that rolled over.
The facilities committee at Illinois Valley Community College is recommending a major renovation of the school’s largest lecture hall.
The sheriff’s department says 51-year old Peter L. Simonich was arrested at his home near Norway.
Tyler Gibson and Ted Parisot are starting a drone company they hope will take off nationwide from the old Streator Armory.
A question about Medicare paying for its patients’ procedures at Illinois Valley Community Hospital is answered. Yes, Medicare will cover them.
Illinois Valley Community College is looking for ways to expand agriculture education.
The Illinois Department of Employment Security says the rate was 8.1% in July 2014 and 6.4% in July 2015. June’s rate this year was 6.1%.
Marseilles Elementary’s budget for the next fiscal year predicts $6.4 million in operations expenses and just $5.8 million in revenues.
The Morris Republican says the reason it’s nearly two months into the new fiscal year and there’s still no sign of a budget is because of Democratic House Speaker Michael Madigan.
Thirty-eight new utility poles are being laid out on a two-mile stretch of an Ameren power line route near Ottawa.
A man wanted for conditional release violations in Arkansas was arrested in Marseilles Wednesday. State Police stopped 41-year old Issac Joles and arrested him.
When Seattle Sutton’s Healthy Eating started in 1985, it was called Diet Carry Out. That name seemed okay until Sutton built it up enough to start franchises in other areas.
St. Sen. Sue Rezin believes a new law signed Tuesday by Gov. Rauner will support business even though it doesn’t change regulations.
Bob Paglis, one of the Edward Jones representatives in Ottawa, says 114 years of data tell him the bumps of the last few days shouldn’t be a surprise. He says a drop of 5% or more happens three or four times a year.
Government is relying on free labor to maintain state parks and other natural areas.
LaSalle County’s registered voters should get voter registration cards in the mail soon. County Clerk JoAnn Carretto says more than 68,000 were put in the mail.
Mayor Jimmie Lansford and others have been working for a year on putting together a business incubator program that will use the building.
The man who drowned in the Illinois River over the weekend had been fishing with his family.
Something you haven’t seen in Marseilles in a while is a spray of water lit up in red, white, and blue at the Middle East Conflicts Memorial Wall.
Ottawa Elementary Supt. Cleve Threadgill wants to start a new STEM lab at Central School. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
A man's body was found near the shore of the Fox River in Sheridan early Sunday morning.
Three people are getting scholarships from the local 4H organization.
It’s time again to nominate people for the Illinois Valley Community College 40 Under Forty recognitions.
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A significant part of the Republican base doesn’t support a third Bush in the White House, but Illinois Congressman Adam Kinzinger unabashedly endorses Jeb Bush for the 2016 presidential election.
The contractor working on the Interstate 80 project in eastern LaSalle County will close the westbound ramps on the Illinois 71 interchange Thursday night, May 28.
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