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Man Killed By Vehicle While Lying In Marshall County Road – 9/26/16

>>Man Killed By Vehicle While Lying In Marshall County Road A man is dead after he was run over by a car in rural Marshall County.  Authorities say Austin Wright was lying in the road early yesterday when he was hit by pickup truck in Henry.  The driver of the truck told deputies that he didn't see the victim in the early morning fog.  No charges are expected to be…

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Illinois Planning For 200th Birthday – 9/26/16

>>Illinois Planning For 200th Birthday If you want-in on Illinois' big birthday in 2018, this is your week. The state is holding a number of planning meetings this week to continue planning for Illinois' bicentennial. A commission is already looking to plan events and book speakers. Governor Rauner last week named a new director to head the bicentennial…

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DCFS Report, Audit Show Fatality Rate Among Youth In Care – 9/26/16

>>DCFS Report, Audit Show Fatality Rate Among Youth In Care The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services is setting a record it would rather not have when it comes to youth fatalities. The "Chicago Tribune" reported Sunday eleven youths have died while in DCFS care in a two-year period that ended in June 2015. An office audit indicates poverty played a role in the…

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State Reminds Soon-To-Be-Uninsured Policyholders To Find Something Soon – 9/26/16

>>State Reminds Soon-To-Be-Uninsured Policyholders To Find Something Soon The state is reminding policyholders of Land of Lincoln Health Insurance in Illinois to find new insurance. State Department of Insurance acting director Melissa Dowling on Friday issued a news release saying those customers have to find a new health insurance company by the end of the month, or they'll face a coverage gap. The loss of Land of Lincoln affects 49-thousand…

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Princeton Public Library Schedule – 9/24/16

Princeton Public Library Schedule  The Princeton Public Library has released its schedule of events for the week. There will be an I-CASH presentation today at 11:00 and the wellness support group will meet at 11:00 today as well. Monday is movie night at 6:30.  On Tuesday morning the youth services storytime and craft will begin at 10:30 and the adult bingo and game night begins at 6:30 on Tuesday evening. The Sislers ice cream presentation will take place on Thursday evening at 6:30 and…

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Perry Memorial Flu Prevention Program – 9/24/16

Perry Memorial Flu Prevention Program Perry Memorial in Princeton will host a flu prevention program this week. The event will take place on Tuesday afternoon at 1:00 at the Bureau County Senior Center in Princeton. The program is free and registration is not…

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Thrivent Financial Open House – 9/24/16

Thrivent Financial Open House Thrivent Financial in Princeton is set to host an open house today from 11 until 2. The Thrivent Financial Action Team will be accepting new or gently used winter coats, hats and gloves for children or cash donations to benefit The Closet in Princeton. Lunch will also be…

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Open Prairie UCC Flea Market – 9/24/16

Open Prairie UCC Flea Market Open Prairie UCC in Princeton is set to host a flea market. The sale is today from 9 am until 3 pm. The flea market is open to the public and there is a $1 admission…

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Reports From the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s Office – 9/23/16

In reports from the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s Office, 27 year old Rachel Loney of DePue pleaded guilty to battery. She was ordered to pay $547 in fees and court costs and was placed on conditional discharge for 1 year.   35 year old Stacy Padilla of DePue pleaded guilty to domestic battery. She will pay $1022 in fees and court costs and $400 in restitution. She also received conditional discharge for 2 years and served 19 days in the Bureau County…

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Weekend Events at Starved Rock – 9/23/16

Weekend Events at Starved Rock The Starved Rock Lodge and Conference center have a weekend of events planned. Today (9/23/16) there will be a canal boat and trolley tour at 11 and then another trolley tour at 3:00 and this evening there will be live music on the veranda from 8 until 11. Tomorrow (9/24/16) the fall mega hike begins and the hike and lunch is at 11:00. Trolley tours will run at noon, 1:30 and 3:00 and there will be a wine tasting from 4 until 5. On Sunday (9/25/16) brunch will…

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