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Local News – 2/28/15

*Workcamp is Coming to Princeton "Workcamp" is coming to Princeton in the summer of 2016. St. Matthews Lutheran Church in conjunction with Evangelical Covenant Church, First Lutheran Church and St. Johns Lutheran church along with other area churches are responsible for bring the workcamp to Princeton. Workcamp provides free home repairs to the elderly, handicapped and lower-income residents.  As many as 40 or more local residents will benefit from the work of approximately 400 adult and…

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2-27-15 Boys Postseason Basketball

2-27-15 BOYS POSTSEASON BASKETBALL FULTON REGIONAL FRIDAY’S CHAMPIONSHIP: Bureau Valley 70 – Princeton 50 *Top-seed Storm advance to the Farmington Sectional. They’ll play Monday night against Winnebago, which won its own regional over Byron, 56 to 43. Monday’s game can be heard on Z-98 beginning at 6:45 pm. *Princeton Tigers finish their season with a record of 16 and 13. ST. BEDE REGIONAL FRIDAY’S CHAMPIONSHIP: Fieldcrest 50 – Hall 23 RIVERDALE REGIONAL FRIDAY’S…

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Concerts Announced for the 160th Bureau County Fair- 2/27/15

*Concerts Announced for the 160th Bureau County Fair The musical artists that will be performing at the 160th Bureau County Fair in Princeton have been announced. On Thursday August 27th the fair presents .38 Special at 8PM and on Friday August 28th Lonestar with special guest Jo Dee Messina will perform. Tickets for these concerts go on sale June 6th at 9AM and will be available through the website for the fair, at the fair box office or by…

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Local News – 2/27/15

*Lady Landowner Informational Seminar The Bureau County Farm Bureau will host a free informational seminar for lady landowners on Wednesday afternoon at 1:00. Rick Morgan, senior financial securities consultant with Country Financial will discuss topics such as the difference between wills and revocable living trusts, the impact of federal and IL state tax, the need for durable powers of attorney, gift giving and consequences of gifts and long term care issues. Reservations are required for…

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February Is Third Snowiest On Record – 2/27/15

>>Trucker Found Guilty Following Deadly Aurora Crash (Aurora, IL)  --  A Hanover Park truck driver is facing possible prison time following a deadly crash on Interstate-88. Renato Velasquez was found guilty of multiple charges including operating a commercial motor vehicle in a fatigued state. Velasquez was driving a semi in January of last year that crashed into two vehicles parked on I-88 in Aurora near Eola Road. The accident left Illinois Tollway worker Vincent Petrella dead and…

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Local News – 2/26/15

*In reports from the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s office, 31 year old Jason Ditola of Wyanet pleaded guilty to driving on a suspended license. He served 90 days in the Bureau County Jail and was ordered to pay $500 in fees and court costs. -43 year old Michael Joniak of Buda pleaded guilty to driving on a revoked license. He will pay $500 in fees and court costs and was placed on court supervision for 1 year. -26 year old Oscar Sosa of Sterling pleaded guilty to leaving the scene…

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USDA Data Shows Historic Corn And Soybean Harvest In 2014- 2/26/15

>>Gov. Rauner Says Deal On Budget Powers Is Close (Springfield, IL)  --  Governor Rauner says a deal is coming that would give him emergency powers to close the gaps in the state budget. According to "The State Journal-Register," Rauner is confident that a resolution can be reached with legislative leader that will allow him to reallocate money from nonessential programs into essential ones. A spokesperson from Senate President John Cullerton office says there are still "major…

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2-26-15 Boys Postseason Basketball

2-26-15 BOYS POSTSEASON BASKETBALL FULTON REGIONAL WEDNESDAY’S SEMIFINAL: (3) Princeton 62 – (2) Newman 44 FRIDAY’S CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: (1) Bureau Valley vs. (2) Princeton (on WZOE-AM 1490, Z98 and streaming worldwide at wzoe.com) ST. BEDE REGIONAL WEDNESDAY’S SEMIFINAL: (6) Hall 53 – (2) St. Bede 47 FRIDAY’S CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: (1) Fieldcrest vs. (6)…

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Local News – 2/25/15

*In reports from the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s office, 41 year old Beatrice Rodriguez of Putnam pleaded guilty to the class 4 felony offense of unlawful possession of an illegal substance. She was ordered to pay fines, fees and court costs totaling 1,392 and she was sentenced to serve one and a half years in the Illinois Department of Corrections and one year mandatory supervised release. Rodriguez had a prior felony conviction of Unlawful Possession with Intent to Deliver…

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois Warn Of Possible Data Breach 2/25/15

>>Springfield Getting A New Mayor (Springfield, IL)  --  Springfield will be getting a new mayor. Incumbent Mayor Mike Houston lost his re-election bid during Tuesday's primary election. City Treasurer Jim Langfelder and Sangamon County Auditor Paul Palazzolo were voted the winners. Langfelder finished in first place with around 40-percent of the vote. A winner will be decided when both face off on April 7th. >>Governor Appoints Two New Members To U of I Board Of…

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