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Beth Kaufman – Illinois Secretary of State Office

By pwsadmin / July 1, 2020 / Comments Off on Beth Kaufman – Illinois Secretary of State Office
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Doug Price – Cottage Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine

By pwsadmin / July 1, 2020 / Comments Off on Doug Price – Cottage Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine
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Tree Troubles Usually Start at the Base of the Trunk

By pwsadmin / July 1, 2020 / Comments Off on Tree Troubles Usually Start at the Base of the Trunk

I get lots of pictures of sick trees. Most of the time the first photo sent to me is a declining canopy. Maybe a picture of an ugly leaf. After all, that’s what we tend to notice first as our eyes occasionally gaze upward to the living behemoths that shade our parks, yards, and homes.…

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Carl Sandburg College Campuses to Reopen July 6

By pwsadmin / July 1, 2020 / Comments Off on Carl Sandburg College Campuses to Reopen July 6

Carl Sandburg College President Dr. Seamus Reilly updated the Board of Trustees on the College’s return-to-campus plan during the Board’s monthly meeting. The Illinois Community College Board released guidelines last week for the reopening of college campuses under the current Phase 4 the Restore Illinois Plan. Sandburg’s Return to Campus Committee created a plan, which was shared with…

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Michael D. Widener

By pwsadmin / July 1, 2020 / Comments Off on Michael D. Widener

Michael D. Widener, 70, of Monmouth, IL passed away at 5:25 pm, Monday, June 29, 2020 at the Roseville Rehabilitation and Health Care Center, Roseville, IL. Mike was born July 12, 1949 in Monmouth, IL the son of Elville W. “Bill” and Melba Jean (Wells) Widener.  He was raised and educated in Monmouth, graduating from…

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WIRC OPENS FOOD PANTRY AT NEW LOCATION; CLOTHING CENTER TO REOPEN IN JULY

By pwsadmin / July 1, 2020 / Comments Off on WIRC OPENS FOOD PANTRY AT NEW LOCATION; CLOTHING CENTER TO REOPEN IN JULY

Western Illinois Regional Council (WIRC) moved to its new location at 133 West Jackson Street, Macomb. The move to the larger building was needed in order to accommodate the growing staff. Thanks to the space available in the former Modern Home Furniture building, WIRC has been able to upgrade its food pantry and clothing center…

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Bustos Helps Pass the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Enhancement Act

By pwsadmin / June 30, 2020 / Comments Off on Bustos Helps Pass the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Enhancement Act

Legislation expands access to health care, drives down costs and strengthens protections for people with pre-existing conditions More than 730,000 Illinoisans would lose coverage without the Affordable Care Act WASHINGTON – Today, Congresswoman Cheri Bustos (IL-17) helped pass the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Enhancement Act (ACA), which would make health care and prescription drugs more…

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First Players Opting Out Of 2020 MLB Season

By pwsadmin / June 30, 2020 / Comments Off on First Players Opting Out Of 2020 MLB Season

DENVER (AP) Colorado Rockies outfielder Ian Desmond plans to sitout this season to be with his family and help grow youth baseballin his hometown in Florida. The 34-year-old Desmond, who cited his pregnant wife and four kids,wrote on Instagram that the ”COVID-19 pandemic has made thisbaseball season one that is a risk I am not…

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Former Iowa RB Akrum Wadley Alleges Mistreatment by Coaches

By pwsadmin / June 30, 2020 / Comments Off on Former Iowa RB Akrum Wadley Alleges Mistreatment by Coaches

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) Former Iowa running back Akrum Wadley rippedthe Hawkeyes on Monday, saying he was so mistreated by some coacheshe now regrets playing there. Wadley’s statement, posted on Facebook, mentioned coach KirkFerentz, his son, offensive coordinator Brian Ferentz, director ofplayer development Broderick Binns and Chris Doyle, the formerstrength and conditioning coach for the…

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Midwest Conference Expects to Play This Fall with Precautions

By pwsadmin / June 30, 2020 / Comments Off on Midwest Conference Expects to Play This Fall with Precautions

GRINNELL, Iowa — The Midwest Conference said today that it is moving forward with plans to host intercollegiate athletic competition for the fall 2020 season barring changes in infection rates in the Midwest. The 99-year old conference also announced that it is working with member institutions to identify a common set of criteria for the screening…

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