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Local News – 1/29/15

*Fatal accident in Meriden Township LaSalle County deputies investigated a single car accident yesterday (Thursday 1/28/15) at around 4 PM in Meriden Township. The crash resulted in a fatality. The accident is still under investigation by LaSalle County Sheriff’s and Coroner’s Offices. More details will be reported as they are available.   *Wine Tasting Hosted by The Princeton Theater Group The Princeton Theater Group will host a wine tasting tomorrow night (Friday 1/30/15)…

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Free Tax Filing For People Who Make Less Than 25-Grand – 1/29/15

>>Lawmaker Wants More Prison Time For Gun-Toting Felons (Chicago, IL)  --  Lawmakers have their eyes on sentencing guidelines in Illinois.  A new proposal would require felons to serve at least three years in prison if they're busted with a gun.  And, they would have to serve at least 85-percent of their sentence before coming up for parole.  A similar bill failed a couple of years ago but lawmakers have made a few changes.  The latest version of the bill allows judges to review…

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Local News – 1/28/15

*Adult Scrapbooking Night at the Princeton Public Library The Princeton Public Library will host an Adult Scrapbooking Night on Thursday (Jan. 29th) at 6:30. The designated projects for the evening are a pyramid gift box and an exploding box album. All materials will be supplied but participants are welcome to bring their favorite photos for the craft or any other materials they would like to use to personalize their projects.  All programs are free and open to all. For more information…

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Body Cameras On The Docket – 1/28/15

>>Body Cameras On The Docket (Springfield, IL)  --  Body cameras will be on the docket in Springfield this year.  State Senator Kwame Raoul has introduced a bill, but there's not much to it yet.  He says he wants to take his time and work with other members of the Legislature to get a bill that everyone can agree to.  Raoul says one of the key issues will be when officers can turn their cameras off, to make sure everyone's privacy is taken into consideration. >>Lawmakers…

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Gino Caffarini to act as temporary Bureau County State’s Attorney 1/27/15

*Gino Caffarini to act as temporary Bureau County State’s Attorney Starting February 1st, the former assistant State’s Attorney, Gino Caffarini will act as temporary State’s Attorney until a replacement is named for Pat Herrmann who is leaving the position. Caffarini was recommended by Hermann as his replacement but the Bureau County Board will make the final decision in the near future. While the appointment is temporary, Caffarini says he will accept the position full time if the…

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Local News – 1/27/15

*Free Career Developing Workshop at IVCC Illinois Valley Community College’s Career Services office will be offering a series of free career development workshops. The name of the free course of called “30 Block” and the first class starts tomorrow (Wednesday Jan. 28th) from 12:15 until 12:45 in room CTC 124 on the main campus. Students, Alumni and community members are welcome to bring their lunch to the workshops. Registration is encouraged but not required. For more information…

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Inmates Staying Beyond Parole Date – 1/27/15

>>Slick Roads Possible This Morning (Lincoln, IL)  --  Drivers should use extra caution when they hit the roads this morning.  A freezing rain advisory was in effect overnight, impacting places like Bloomington, Champaign, Danville, Decatur, Charleston, and Kankakee.  Less than one-tenth-of-an-inch of ice was supposed to stick around, but officials say that's enough to cause problems on untreated roadways. >>Quinn Had Pot License Approvals Ready (Chicago, IL)  -- …

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Winter Weather and Slippery Roads Causing Traffic Accidents

The winter weather is causing traffic accidents throughout the area. The accidents began late Monday afternoon as ice, including black ice, formed on many roads. Crashes were reported on Interstate 80 near Peru, on Interstate 180 near Hennepin and on Plank Road in Peru. Traffic accidents were also being handled on Route 40, Route 6 near Wyanet and yet another accident happened near Malden. Authorities say with the very poor road conditions, if you must travel, use caution and be prepared for…

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Rauner Hits The Town In Springfield – 1/26/15

>>Rauner Hits The Town In Springfield (Springfield, IL)  --  Governor Rauner is hitting up local events in Springfield.  He hit the city in his old green van on Saturday and spent part of the weekend sitting in the stands at a high school boys' basketball tournament.  The locals say they're impressed to see Rauner hanging out and getting to know people but some aren't so quick to express appreciation.  They're wondering if Rauner is trying to butter people up so they won't be so…

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1-24-14 Friday’s Area Basketball

1-24-14 FRIDAY’S AREA BASKETBALL HIGH SCHOOL BOYS Newman 53 – Princeton 47 (Soph: PHS 55-51) Bureau Valley 67 – Amboy 41 (Storm improve to 20-0 on season) Kewanee 65 – Hall 48 Ottawa 55 – LaSalle-Peru 37 Putnam County 83 – Low Point-Washburn 41 SATURDAY NIGHT Kewanee at Bureau Valley (on Z98 with Charlie Waca at 6:15…

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