Marquette Academy High School Student Council Sophomore officers after appearing on WCMY's "Marquette Minute" October 2nd: (L-R) Emily Zollars, Michael Killelea, Makena McConnaughhay, Abbey Owens, Erin Smith, and Angelina Sandora
The Marquette Academy High School Cheerleaders appeared on the "Marquette Minute" segment on WCMY:
Allie Nona, Lizzy Kummer, Julia Malosh, Abbey Owens, Emily Owens, Carrington Schultz, Hannah DeBernardi, Donna Sanderson, Ashley Bowden, Makena McConnaughhay, Mallory Martini, Megan Machetta, and Steph Tipsord.
Fred Moore, Assistant Director of the LaSalle County Emergency Management Agency, gives advice and directions to more information about National Preparedness Month.
Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating, founded in 1985 as Diet Carry-Out by R.N./Registered Dietician Seattle Sutton of Marseilles, invites everyone to a 30th Anniversary Open House at the headquarters in north Ottawa at 611 East Stevenson Road Wednesday fr
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Shelli Ocepik, Bill Cairns and Jim Lockhart joined the program to talk about the Labor of Love program through the United Way of Eastern LaSalle County.
Mayor Trager told us about Wednesday night's city council meeting.
Julie Johnson stopped by for her final interview as Executive Director of the Ottawa Visitors Center.
Tony Epperson stopped by The Morning Meeting to talk about the Elks and their upcoming event, Musikfest.
Bill Gillespie, Joe Baima, Lloyd Chapman, Chance Willey and Erica Quirk from "My Favorite Year," July 24-26 at Ottawa High School, stopped by for a chat about the show.
Executive Director Boyd Palmer and Assistant Executive Director Meg Skelly dropped by to talk about Welcomeburger, coming up July 29.
On June 5th Jay LeSeure hosted a live broadcast from First National Bank Ottawa during their 150th Anniversary celebration. Speaking were: Steve Gonzalo, Don Harris, Joe Hambleton, Shannon Stevens, Mary Lee Cox, Corey Tedford, Linda Smith, Debbie Tombaugh
Lou Anne Carretto and John Duback from Ottawa First stopped by the Morning Meeting to talk about upcoming Fourth of July fireworks show, and the ongoing raffle to benefit the program.
The November edition of "First Monday" sponsored by Illinois Valley Labor Management looks at Carpenters with Bob St. Clair, Assistant Safety Director for the western portion of the Chicago Regional Council of Carpenters and Dave Argubright of the Illinois Valley Building Trades & Business Representative for Carpenters Local 195. The Apprenticeship program, Skill Advancement Program,