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No One Injured in Kincaid Standoff Thursday Night

No one was injured after a standoff in Kincaid Thursday night.

 

The Christian County Sheriff's Office responded to a home on Glen Street, on a domestic disturbance call.  Upon arriving, the suspect possessed a butcher knife but was not threatening his wife or his 2 children.

 

The standoff ended at about 10:30 Thursday night.

 

45-year-old George Bailey was arrested and is being housed in the Christian County Jail, charged with aggravated domestic battery and domestic battery.

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WMKR 94.3, Taylorville Kiwanis Raise $3200 In First-Ever Pie Auction

Miller Media Group radio station WMKR Genuine Country 94.3, and the Taylorville Kiwanis Club, held their first-ever Pie Auction on-air on Thursday.

 

The Kiwanis Club lined up several dignitaries who appeared in 30-minute segments, bringing a pie along with them.  WMKR president Randal J. Miller hosted the on-air auction, taking phone calls and selling each of the dignitary’s pies to the highest bidder.

 

WMKR and the Kiwanis Club raised some 32-hundred dollars to go towards the club’s many local programs for children and youth, including Kiwanis Park, Coats for Kids, high school scholarships, the Christian County YMCA, and sponsoring the local Kiwanis Key Club at Taylorville High School as well as the Kiwanis Builders Club at Taylorville Junior High School.

 

Among the participating dignitaries was Christian County Sheriff Bruce Kettelkamp, who told WMKR listeners that the Kiwanis Club provides important programs to teach children and youth responsibility.

 

 

Taylorville Kiwanis Junior High School Builders Club advisor Jackie Foil, and one of her Builders Club members Stephanie Robinson, appeared on the Pie Auction, and while they auctioned their pie, Foil told WMKR listeners that the program gets kids involved in community service at an early age.

 

 

Dignitaries appearing included Christian County Sheriff Bruce Kettelkamp, Judy Prasun from People’s Bank and Trust, Linda Crawford and Jared Beckham from First National Bank in Taylorville, Advisor Jackie Foil and member Sophie Robinson from the Taylorville Junior High Kiwanis Builders Club, State Representative Avery Bourne, Adam Jeffrey from Craggs Realtors, Joe Hauser and Buzz Besson from the Market Street Inn, Will Perkins from the Taylorville Community Credit Union, Marty and Donna Davis from the Davis Family McDonald’s Restaurants, and Taylorville mayor Bruce Barry.

 

WMKR and the Kiwanis Club thank all those who purchased pies during Thursday’s first-ever Kiwanis Pie Auction to Benefit Children and Youth.

 

The event was organized by Miller and Kiwanis Fund Raising Committee chair Will Perkins.

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Votes Being Counted in TCCU High School Scholarship Program

While an outside vendor counts the thousands of votes cast in TCCU’s 5th annual Scholarship Program, dozens of seniors at Taylorville, Litchfield and Hillsboro High Schools anxiously await the results.  The votes cast will determine which six students – two from each of the high schools—will receive $1000 awards toward their continuing education.
T-C-C-U president Will Perkins says that each year, the program has grown to include more students, and more participation by locally-owned businesses.  Perkins adds that the credit union presents checks to six local students. 
Some 67 businesses participated as ballot locations.
For every $10 spent at a participating business, people can cast one vote for a student who has registered in the program, and whose photo and name are displayed on posters in the store window and at the cash register. 

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Tax Credit for Taylorville Tornado Victims Passes Illinois Senate

State Senator Andy Manar’s plan for the state to offer a $750 natural disaster tax credit to people affected by a 2018 central Illinois tornado outbreak was approved by the Senate this week.

The credit would be available in tax year 2019 for people and small businesses in counties that were declared a state disaster area by the governor following the Dec. 1, 2018, tornado outbreak that devastated Taylorville and surrounding areas. More than 20 people were injured in the storm, which included an EF-3 twister, and hundreds of structures were damaged or destroyed.

Senator Manar said that he appreciated his colleagues across the state recognizing the importance of a tax credit like this for people in his district who continue to rebuild their lives after a natural disaster.

The measure passed with bipartisan support and no opposition on Thursday. It must be approved by the House before it can go to the governor’s desk to be signed into law.

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Local Locations Available for National Drug Take Back Day April 27

To prevent misuse of prescription medications, one important action individuals can take is to dispose of unused, unwanted, or expired medications to limit the possibility of illegal use. National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is on April 27. The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.

 

You can take your prescription drugs to Taylorville Walgreens on the 27th from 10-2.

 

You can always take your prescription drugs to the Taylorville Police Department or Christian County Sheriff's office, who have an accessible drop box 24 hours a day. Many other local police departments have a drop box as well, just call the nearest department to you to confirm.

 

It is important to not keep unneeded medication in your home for many reasons. Leaving unused opioids lead to a major source of misuse and self-medication. People who use antibiotics from a previous illness can delay medical assessment and hinder a correct diagnosis. You will also help reduce the amount of substances that may end up in our nation's water system.

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Cottage Food Law Class Coming Next Week

Coming up next Thursday Christian County Residents have the opportunity to be a part of a class through the U of I Extension Office to discuss cottage food law.

 

Nutrition and Wellness Educator with the U of I Extension Office Lisa Peterson explains what it means to be involved with a cottage food law or operation.

 

 

With the multiple changes coming to the cottage food law Peterson say this class is going to get into the ins and outs of what is and isn’t allowed with the new laws.

 

 

Peterson appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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PCH Ready for Phase 2 of Construction

Pana Community Hospital is pleased to announce that they are officially in phase two of their construction project.

 

Director of Business Development with Pana Community Hospital Carol Chandler says phase two shifts its focus to the front of the hospital as opposed to phase one which wrapped up the back.

 

 

Chandler says for the time being entrance into the hospital can be a little confusing to maneuver, with this thought in mind PCH will be offering help to get you where you need to go.

 

 

Chandler appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show. 

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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Tomorrow

Tomorrow is going to be a day for Taylorville to remember as for the first time ever the Walk A Mile in Her Shoes Event will be held in Taylorville.

 

CEO of the Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Patty Hornbuckle says this event supports a great cause that is often a tough subject to talk about.

 

 

The cost is $25 a person for the walk and shoes will be provided by the Prairie Center Against Sexual Assault, Hornbuckle explains the ways you can register.

 

 

Hornbuckle appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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CORRECTION to Story on Taylorville City-Wide Clean-Up Day April 27

The City of Taylorville Mayor's Office has notified Regional Radio News, of corrections to an earlier story we aired regarding the April 27th City-Wide Clean-Up Day.

City officials now say that the clean-up day will still take place from 7am to 3pm, but residents are to take their debris to the Taylorville Street Department located at 205 N. Cherokee St. this includes any debris from the December First tornado. 

The City is also recruiting volunteers for that day. Please contact the Mayor's office at 287-7946 if you'd like to help with the City-Wide Clean-Up Day in Taylorville on April 27th.

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HSHS Good Shepherd Hospital in Shelbyville Preparing for Open House

Coming up at the end of April HSHS Good Shepherd Hospital in Shelbyville is opening their doors for an open house to show off their new renovations to the public. HSHS Leadership Team President and CEO Aaron Puchbauer says this has been a long time coming.

 

 

Puchbauer explains more of what is coming with the renovations saying there will be a new found emphasis and patient privacy.

 

 

Puchbauer says they cannot thank the community enough for their patience during this renovation process.

 

 

The open house will be April the 29th from 5 to 7 in the evening at HSHS Good Shepherd Hospital in Shelbyville.

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PCH Gets Ready for National Day of Prayer

Thursday, May 2nd is going to be a big day in Central Illinois and across the country as it is National Day of Prayer.

 

Director of Business Development with Pana Community Hospital Carol Chandler says at the moment they are preparing for the day and want to make this one as successful as ever.

 

 

Chandler acknowledges that National Day of Prayer will be happening across the nation but PCH tries to but their own personal touch to it.

 

 

Chandler appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show. 

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CSH Investments Talks Reversion to the Mean

Steve Henry with CSH Investments is the go to guy in Taylorville for investment advice on the stock market and bonds.

 

Henry says one of the more basic concepts in investing is often over looked in reversion to the mean, Henry explains the concept.

 

 

Henry says things are starting to adjust back to normal after being seen as incredibly high in recent years with multiple factors attributing to those highs.

 

 

Henry appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Taylorville Kiwanis Hears About Essential Oils at Weekly Meeting

The Taylorville Kiwanis Club heard about the benefits of eesential oils, during their weekly luncheon Tuesday at the Taylorville Memorial Hospital auditorium.

 

Tammy Braye, a former appliance business owner in Taylorville, spoke about the benefits of Doterra Essential Oils.  Braye told the club that essential oils came into her live in 2014, and she saw changes in both her life and in the lifes of others.

 

Braye added that essential oils are compounds of different plants, and can come from root, bark, or other parts of a plant.  

 

Braye told the Kiwanis Club that essential oils can be used for headaches, coughs, and anxious feelings, among other diseases. 

 

 

She added that the Doterra Company goes to the country of origin where the plants grow best, no matter where around the world, helping farmers grow sustainable plants.

 

Braye said that the Doterra Company sent over 400 essential oils’ kits, that were distributed to disaster victims following the December First tornado.  

 

The Taylorville Kiwanis Club is part of global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time.  Weekly meetings are held Tuesdays at noon at the Taylorville Memorial Hospital auditorium.  For information on the club, go to taylorvillekiwanis.com.

 

Caption to picture:  Tammy Braye (center), representing Doterra Essential Oils, was Tuesday’s guest speaker at the weekly meeting of the Taylorville Kiwanis Club at the Taylorville Memorial Hospital auditorium.  Kiwanis Vice-President Sarah Van Huss (left) presided at the meeting.  Program chair for the Tuesday meeting was Judy Prasun (right).

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Christian County Board Meets; Hears Comments on Updating Wind Farm Ordinance

The issue of updating Christian County's ordinance regulating the siting of wind farms, has drawn quite an audience for Christian County Board meetings the last few months, and Monday night was no exception.  

 

Many citizens following the wind farm issue, were in attendance last night, with comments made from one person opposing the wind farms, during the public comment period before the meeting began.

 

County Board chair Becky Edwards told Regional Radio News after the meeting, that she wants a full vetting of the pro's and con's of the issue before any board vote is taken.

 

 

Matthew Heberling is president of the Christian County Farm Bureau.  He told Regional Radio News after the meeting that the local Farm Bureau is not taking a position on the expansion of alternative energy in Christian County.

 

 

Heberling isn't surprised at the number of Christian County residents that have attended recent County Board meetings while the wind farm ordinace has been discussed.

 

 

The Board OK'd motions for the use of the Courthouse grounds for the National Day of Prayer May 2nd, and a Bible-reading marathon at the Courthouse May 8TH.

 

They heard the report of a clean audit report from CPA Rich Hooper, and appointed former long-time Taylorville firefighter Dave Oldham to the Taylorville Fire Protection District Board of Trustees.

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WMKR 94.3, Taylorville Kiwanis Holding First Ever Pie Auction Fund Raiser Live On-Air Thursday

Miller Media Group radio station WMKR Genuine Country 94.3, and the Taylorville Kiwanis Club, will hold their first-ever Pie Auction to benefit children and youth in the Taylorville community, this Thursday starting at 9 in the morning.

 

Local dignataries will appear in 30-minute segments, each with a pie that will be auctioned on the air, with all the proceeds going to the Taylorville Kiwanis Club to benefit local Kiwanis projects for children and youth.  Projects supported by the local Kiwanis Club include Coats for Kids, Kiwanis Park, the Christian County YMCA, and high school scholarships among others.

 

The local Kiwanis Club puts nearly 10-thousand dollars a year into local projects for children and youth, and monies raised on Thursday will help fund that mission.

 

Residents are encouraged to listen to the live pie auction, and call a special number that day to place their bid for a pie live on the air.  The number to call is 777-W-M-K-R.  

 

Scheduled dignitaries to appear on the first-ever WMKR Taylorville Kiwanis Pie Auction to benefit children and youth, include Christian County Sheriff Bruce Kettelkamp, State Representative Avery Bourne, and many local business owners and representatives.

 

The Taylorville Kiwanis Club is part of global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time.  Weekly meetings are held Tuesdays at noon at the Taylorville Memorial Hospital auditorium.  For information on the club, go to taylorvillekiwanis.com.

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Rebate Card Bill Making Way Through Springfield

Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs has been hard at work fighting for Illinoisans to get them their money back.

 

Recently Frerichs has been keeping an eye on the Rebate Cards Bill, saying it isn’t fair for companies to send you a rebate card and apply dormancy fees.

 

 

Frerichs explains how the bill made its way to the floor, saying his office thought of this idea and how beneficial it could be for the state but it was up to the representatives to take it up.

 

 

Frerichs appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show. 

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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes this Saturday

This Saturday residents from Christian County and the surrounding areas have the opportunity to be a part of something special.

 

Erin Domonousky is the Medical and Legal Advocate for the Prairie Center Against Sexual Assault she says for the first time ever the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Event will be held in Taylorville.

 

 

Domonousky says the men who participate in this event are true warriors, by the end of the walk she sees men who are powering through the finish line just to get the heels off.

 

 

Domonousky appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show. 

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Taylorville City Council Table Proposed Ambulance Ordinance

An ordinance to insure that the City of Taylorville is covered with 3 fully staffed ambulances 24-7 once again was tabled by the City Council Monday night, after some of its provisions were questioned by the owners of the remaining local ambulance service.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paula Dunn, co-owner of Dunn's Ambulance Service, was accompanied by several of her employees.  She inquired about the way the proposed ordinance was written in the area of how many ambulances any ambulance service would have to provide, how much information any ambulance service could legally provide the City, and whether an ambulance company's employees could be held liable in case the City would cite the company they were working for.

 

 

Chairperson of the City Council's Emergency Services Committee, Ernie Dorchinez, told Regional Radio News after the meeting, that the intent is to make sure that no matter how many ambulance companies operate in the city, that between those companies there are 3 fully staffed ambulances 24-7 serving Taylorville.

 

 

After a lengthy discussion, the Taylorville City Council unanimously voted to table the ordinance for further review.

 

One other contentious issue died for the lack of a second.  The Council's Personnel Committee voted 4 to nothing, to recommend to the full City Council, that the City advertise to fill a vacant full-time municipal building laborer position.  But, the motion was brought to the full Council and died for the lack of a second.  Personnel Committee Chair Martin Vota told the Council that they could expect a possible greivance to be filed by the union as a result of the Council's lack of action Monday night.

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Taylorville Aldermen Extend Steak and Shake Construction Deadline; Pay Water Plant Construction Bills Monday Night

Taylorville Aldermen Monday night considered a variety of issues in their nearly 45-minute meeting.

The Council approved an extension of their Tax Increment Financing agreement with the owners of the new Steak and Shake, until May 31st, due to rain causing problems pouring the new road to the business.

The Council paid several bills pertaining to the new Water Treatment Plant project.  And, they forwarded to the Finance Committee, the Fire Department and Airport Budgets for the coming fiscal year which starts May First.

Monday night's Taylorville City Council meeting was the last full meeting for 2 outgoing aldermen.  Martin Vota did not seek re-election after 12 years on the Council.  Long-time alderman Earl Walters was defeated by newcomer Kathy Driskell.   Seating of new aldermen takes place at the May 6th Council meeting.

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Illinois State Senate OK's Tax Credit for Christian County Tornado Victims

State Senator Andy Manar’s plan for the state to offer a 750-dollar natural disaster tax credit to people affected by a 2018 central Illinois tornado outbreak was approved by the Senate this week.
The credit would be available in tax year 2019 for people and small businesses in counties that were declared a state disaster area by the governor following the Dec. 1, 2018, tornado outbreak that devastated Taylorville and surrounding areas. More than 20 people were injured in the storm, which included an EF-3 twister, and hundreds of structures were damaged or destroyed.
Manar says that he appreciates his colleagues across the state recognizing the importance of a tax credit like this for people in his district who continue to rebuild their lives after the December First natural disaster.
The measure passed with bipartisan support and no opposition on Thursday. It must be approved by the House before it can go to the governor’s desk to be signed into law.

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Manar Fighting to Solve Infrastructure Problems in Illinois

Recently we were made aware of a bridge collapsing in Chattanooga, and in Illinois representatives in Springfield are working hard to avoid that in our state.

 

State Senator Andy Manar  represents the 48th District of Illinois and is hopeful that they can get this infrastructure bill pushed through by the end of session in May.

 

 

Manar and his colleagues in Springfield know that if you are not ahead of the infrastructure problems they could add up quickly and by then it might be too little too late.

 

 

Manar appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Christian County YMCA Ready for Their Spring Session

After surviving the bitter winter Illinois months Spring is finally in the air and the Christian County YMCA is ready for their Spring Session to begin.

 

Membership and Marketing Director Mary Kate Curtin says it is time to start thinking about signing up for the classes in the Spring Session.

 

 

Curtin says the classes are free to Y members and there is still time to sign up to reserve your spot today.

 

 

Curtin appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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TMH Foundation Publishes Community Update

The TMH Foundation has published their 2018 Community Update, recognizing its many donors, and sharing their stories that have impacted the community. Executive Director Raedena Ryan explains more.

 

 

When looking back at some of the Foundation’s bigger initiatives, Ryan says its hard to not mention more than one.

 

 

In addition to enhancing patient experiences, the TMH Auxiliary reached a milestone gift that advanced their cumulative giving over $1.5 million dollars. 

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Taylorville Walmart Officially Opens Online Grocery Shopping

The Walmart in Taylorville had their grand opening of their new online grocery shopping feature. Jeremy Grahm, E commerce manager, talks more about the new service.

 

 

Grahm explains what the process was for Walmart to launch the new service.

 

 

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CCPC Hosting Hidden in Plain Sight

The Christian County Prevention Coalition is hosting their “Hidden in Plain Sight” event which focuses on teaching parents to recognize drug paraphernalia that could be hidden in their teenagers bedrooms. Bernadette Salisbury, Treasurer of the CCPC, with more.

 

 

Salisbury says that she recommend the event for parents with kids of all ages.

 

 

Hidden in Plain Sight will be held at the South Fork High School Library.

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Brix Veterinary Service Ready to Help

Brix Veterinary Service in Shelbyville is here to help keep your animals feeling right whether they be big or small.
 
Dr. John Brix of Brix Veterinary Service says in his job no two days are alike, he shares how they cater to a variety of animals.
 

 

 
Brix says they can help with cattle as well and if you are unable to bring the cattle to Brix they can come to you.
 

 

 
Brix appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from our Shelbyville Studios.

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Shelbyville Schools Superintendent Excited for Future

With the recent elections now behind us it is time for the new wave of elected officials to pick up the torch and continue the hard work.

 

Superintendent of Shelbyville Schools Denise Bence says she is extremely happy to have the team in place and is excited to see what all they can accomplish.

 

 

Bence says the vacancy of Shelbyville High School Principal has been filled and she thinks they hit a home run with this candidate.

 

 

Bense appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from our Shelbyville Studios.

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Shelby County Art Show Draws Big Crowds

Big crowds attended the first day of the 2-day Shelby County Art Show at the Lake Shelbyville Visitors Center.

 

 

The show featured both juried and non-juried art by Shelby County residents.  Local singers provided music thru-out the day.

 

 

 

 

 

The show continues on Sunday from noon to 5pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Shelby County Art Show This Weekend

This weekend is the Shelby County Art Show and those involved are ready to show off their hard work for the patrons.

 

Carol Kessler is the Director of the Shelby County Art Show, she gives a history of the event saying it has been over 50 years since the first art show.

 

 

Kessler says there is plenty of great art to come and check out including art from junior artists.

 

 

Kessler appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from our Shelbyville Studios.

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Livestock Clinic Coming to Christian County Fairgrounds

Saturday May 4th the University of Illinois Extension Office is hoping to see you at the Christian County Fairgrounds for the Livestock Clinic.

 

U of I Extension Office 4H and Ag Lit Program Coordinator Rebecca Livingston says this is a great opportunity for anyone involved in 4H to come out and learn how to show animals.

 

 

Livingston says they have a good number signed up already but there is still room for more as they are hoping to hit the half century mark for attendance.

 

 

Livingston appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Taylorville Steak N' Shake Facing Minor Delay

The new Steak N’ Shake in Taylorville is experiencing a minor delay in construction. David Bruno of Stuller Inc. explains the situation, but says the delay should not be too long.

 

 

Other than the road however, Bruno says they’re just about ready to go.

 

 

Construction at Steak N’ Shake has been ongoing since the Fall of 2018.

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Shelby County Pageant Committee Seeking Contestants

The Shelby County Pageant Committee is seeking contestants to compete for the titles of Junior Miss Shelby County and 2019 Miss Shelby County. Pageant Director Sara Long shares why she thinks contestants should sign up.

 

 

For those who want to sign up, Long shares exactly how they can.

 

 

The 2019 Shelby County Pageants will be held on Friday, June 28th with the Junior Miss Pageant beginning at 6:30pm and the Miss Pageant beginning at 8 pm.

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Halfway Through Spring Session in Senate

The Illinois State Senate is coming at the halfway point for the spring session and have been hard at work for a budget since Governor Pritzker gave the budget address.

 

State Senator Andy Manar represents the 48th District of Illinois. He says it has been refreshing in Springfield since the most recent election as there is more bipartisanship than ever.

 

 

Manar says in the first half of the spring session the State Senate has gotten quite a bit done, even staying after hours to make sure things are done right.

 

 

Manar says with them being half way through the spring session in Springfield there is no time to rest, there is still a lot to accomplish.

 

 

Manar appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Nokomis Water Shut Down

The City of Nokomis had a water main break on route 16. Until further notice, the City's water has been shut completely off.

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Jackson Family of Dealership Service Department Ready to Serve

Jackson Family of Dealership in Sullivan wants to do everything they can to ensure your satisfaction with your vehicle.

 

Matt Bly is the Assistant Service Manager at Jackson Family of Dealership. He says his goal is to help everyone that comes through the doors, he just asks for a little heads up.

 

 

Bly says there are multiple ways to set up an appointment, and to make sure you check the website for special deals.

 

 

Bly appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from the Jackson Family Dealerships in Sullivan.

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Aspin Memory Here to Help

Aspin Creek Memory Support Residence located in Sullivan is here to help those who might be suffering from dementia.

 

Teresa Crawford is the Owner of Aspin Creek Memory Support Residence, Crawford says starting this business has been a dream of hers to help those in need.

 

 

Crawford says she was very careful about how they set up their offices in terms of colors and layout, she explains her thought process behind the design.

 

 

Crawford appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from the Jackson Family Dealerships in Sullivan.

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TCCU Given 5-Star Rating from Bauer Financial

Taylorville Community Credit Union was recently given a 5-star rating from Bauer Financial in Coral Gables, Florida. This marks the 95th straight quarter that TCCU has earned a 5-star rating for their financial strength and stability. TCCU President Will Perkins on the what the recognition means.

 

 

Look toward the future, Perkins explains how TCCU wants to continue community involvement, and maintain their success.

 

 

The 5-star rating indicates that TCCU excels in areas of capital adequacy, profitability, asset quality, and more.

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HSHS Good Shepherd Preforming Community Health Needs Assessment

HSHS Good Shepherd Hospital is conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment to identify the community health needs in their local area. Kimberly Luz, Division Director of Community Outreach, with more on what the assessment is.

 

 

Luz goes into more detail about the surveys, and describes it as an opportunity for the community to explain what their priorities are.

 

The assessment serves as a way for local residents in Shelbyville to voice what health issues they believe are important to their community.

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Glazebrook Ready for Run as Mayor

Richard Glazebrook is the new Mayor of Sullivan after beating out Ann Short last week. Glazebrook says once he was officially elected Mayor the phone was ringing off the hook and he is ready for the job ahead. He also realizes how tough a time Ann Short is going through and wants her to know that she will continue to be in his thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Glazebrook goes over some of the bigger problems he thinks Sullivan is facing, starting with the pesky potholes.

 

 

Glazebrook appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from the Jackson Family Dealerships in Sullivan.

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Moultrie County Health Department Honoring Child Abuse Awareness Month

The Moultrie County Health Department is honoring April as Child Abuse Awareness Month to recognize a serious issue. Public Health Services Coordinator Glenda Plunkett shares what the month is all about.

 

 

The hints are to help educate both partents, and the public, about child abuse. Also, to help promote awareness, Plunkett says blue pinwheels are doing the trick.

 

 

The Moultrie County Health Department Encourages all residents to advocate and care for the communities children.

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TMH Displays Swing Bed Utilization at IHA Quality Advocacy Showcase

Taylorville Memorial Hospital displayed their swing bed utilization at the State Capitol last week as part of the Illinois Health and Hospital Association’s Quality Advocacy Showcase. TMH Leader Vicki Myers had the opportunity to meet with legislators, and share of the initiative is helping patients, families, and the community.

 

 

Myers shares more on how the use of swing beds is helping patients.

 

 

Myers also says the opportunity to talk with legislators about their swing bed program was a great opportunity in more ways than one.

 

 

This was the 4th year of the IHA Quality Advocacy Showcase.

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Bourne wants to Make Scott's Law More Strict

Scott’s Law is more commonly known as the Slow Down, Move Over Law. It has been in affect for years now but still in 2019 we are setting new highs for trooper fatalities and we are not even a quarter of the way through the year.

 

Bourne says April 1st is State Trooper day and this year was tougher than any in recent memory as you have to go back over a half century to see a year that was as fatal as 2019.

 

 

Bourne wants residents to remember that this law does not just apply to State Troopers, it applies to anything with flashing lights on the side of the road.

 

 

Bourne says she is hopeful that this can move through Springfield quickly. With these beginning months being so difficult it has the topic on everyone’s mind.

 

 

Bourne appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Healthy Kids Day a Success at the Y

The Christian County YMCA had been looking forward to Healthy Kids Day for quite some time now, it was a perfect opportunity to teach kids how to live a healthier lifestyle.

 

Membership and Marketing Director Mary Kate Curtin says Saturday was a very busy day at the Christian County YMCA with plenty going on including Healthy Kids Day.

 

 

Curtin says with the busy Saturday the YMCA was able to get more kids sign up for the Summer Day Camp through the Y.

 

 

Curtin appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Taylorville Kiwanis Club Hears About Rural Water System at Weekly Meeting

The Taylorville Kiwanis Club heard about the efforts of a local rural water system, during their weekly luncheon Tuesday at the Taylorville Memorial Hospital auditorium.

 

Alta Himstedt was one of the original organizers of a rural water system in Christian County since 2007.  It’s called the Sharpsburg and Neighboring Area Water System, and says the need came out of increased contamination of rural water wells.

 

 

Himstedt says phase one that was built several years ago, has some 236 customers, and phase 2 that was just turned on has 66 water customers.

 

Himstedt told the Kiwanis Club that both phases were built with loans and grants from the United States Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development Program.

 

 

The Taylorville Kiwanis Club is part of global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time.  Weekly meetings are held Tuesdays at noon at the Taylorville Memorial Hospital auditorium.  For information on the club, go to taylorvillekiwanis.com.

 

CAPTION TO PICTURE:  Alta Himstedt (center), one of the organizers of the Sharpsburg and Neighboring Area Water System, was guest speaker at Tuesday’s meeting of the Taylorville Kiwanis Club at the Taylorville Memorial Hospital auditorium.  Kiwanis president Michael Evanchak (left) presided at the meeting; program chair for Tuesday’s program Judy Prasun is at the right.

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Plant Sale Coming up for Christian County Master Gardeners

It is almost time once again for the Annual Plant Sale with the Christian County Master Gardeners, this year there is a little twist.

 

Christian County Master Gardener Gwen Podeschi explains an idea that came about last year that will change the plant sale for years to come.

 

 

Podeschi warns that if you are not there for the door opening and ready to go you could be out of luck as there inventory often gets depleted within the first 30 minutes.

 

 

Podeschi appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Taylorville Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Aggravated Battery

30 year old Chad Johnson of Taylorville was official sentenced to 10 years in prison last week after pleading guilty to injuring his infant child in 2018. Johnson pleaded guilty to aggravated battery of a child according to Christian County State’s Attorney Mike Havera, he will be required to serve at least 85% of his sentence. Havera shares more information on the case.

 

 

Havera also shared how the two different sides were able to come to an agreement with the plea.

 

 

Johnson was sentenced on Thursday last week.

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Pana Pride Holding Spring Rally this Sunday

Pana Pride is holding their Spring Rally on Sunday, April 14th to help continue their mission to better the Pana community. Pana Pride President Melissa Rybolt on what people can expect from the rally.

 

 

Rybolt shares what Pana Pride has done over the last 3 years to help strengthen the community.

 

 

Overall, Rybolt just wants local residents who are concerned about the future of Pana to be part of a solution.

 

 

The rally will begin at 2 in the afternoon on Sunday.

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Taylorville School Board Adds 3 New Board Members Monday Night

The Taylorville school board met on Monday night for their monthly meeting, and with it being their first meeting since last Tuesday’s election, new board members were introduced. Also, after not running for re-election, President Jim Andruch, and board member Steve Milling left the board after many years of work with the Taylorville School District. Superintendent Dr. Gregg Fuerstenau shared his comment on what both of them meant for the district.

 

 

Also, there new board members were added which included David Driskell, Ronald Miser, and Sarah Van Huss. Steve Turner was also voted to be the boards new President. With a lot of changes coming to the board, Furstenau explains what he calls a fresh start.

 

 

The board will remain busy as there still is an open position that needs to be filled, and the search for a new Superintendent will continue.

 

The Taylorville School Board meets on the second Monday of every month.

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Illinois House of Representatives Back in Session Until May

The House is back in session in the State of Illinois and will be in session until May. Avery Bourne represents the 95th District in the House and says there is a lot of work to get through.

 

Bourne does not want Illinoisans to forget the budget address that Governor Pritzker gave in February saying there is an uphill battle ahead.

 

 

With Pritzker wanting more revenue for the state that has to come from somewhere and with that a lot of new taxes have been proposed.

 

 

Bourne appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Lake Shelbyville for More than Recreational Use

With summer right around the corner soon we will be firing up the boats and getting out on Lake Shelbyville for a nice relaxing day.

 

Ashley Florey with the US Army Corps of Engineers says a lot of people think of the lake for recreational sue but it is really much more important than that.

 

 

Florey says it has been difficult to manage water levels with the recent heavy rain Central Illinois has been getting.

 

 

Florey appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Christian County Pee Wee Basketball CI Smiles Big Smile for the Community

The Central Illinois Smiles Family Dentistry “Big Smile for the Community” for the month of April goes to the Christian County Pee Wee Basketball board of directors. Their work brings in all ages of the community to organize registrations, coaches, sponsorship's, and it has continued for 5 years. Board member Jennifer Wayman says this past year was one of their largest.

 

 

Wayman says they don’t do a lot of fundraising for Pee Wee Basketball, however their registration acts as a fundraiser.

 

 

To nominate someone that’s given the Taylorville community a big smile, contact News Talk WTIM.

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Shelby County Community Services Greenhouses

Shelby County Community Services is proud of the work they have done in their greenhouses.

 

Pete Jesgraz with Shelby County Community Services says they have been working on perfecting the greenhouses for nearly 30 years.

 

 

Jesgraz says this time of the year is one of his favorites as spring is upon us you can really see everything starting to bloom.

 

 

Jesgraz appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Taylorville Dairy Queen Undergoing Renovations

Dairy Queen in Taylorville is currently undergoing a remodel, and repairing their roof after sustaining tornado damage from December. Store manager Jennifer Hill shares the details on the remodel.

 

 

Hill says that despite construction, their store will continue to remain open during regular business hours.

 

 

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THS Ready for Annual Hall of Fame Banquet

This April, Taylorville High School is hosting their annual Hall of Fame Banquet, recognizing former outstanding athletes who graduated from THS. Athletic Director Paul Held explains the past of the Banquet, and how the hall of fame began.

 

 

You must be out of school for at least 10 years in order to be nominated, and Held shares who this years’ hall of fame class is.

 

 

The Banquet is April 27th, at the THS cafeteria.

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Lincoln Prairie Trails Conservancy to be at Prairie Days and Healthy Kids Day

Lincoln Prairie Trails Conservancy is going to be a part of two different events this weekend. One at the Christian County YMCA, and the other at Prairie days. Vice Chairman Bud Altman says the Conservancy will be helping kids get fitted for bicycle helmets at the Y’s Healthy Kids Day.

 

 

While out at Prairie Days on Saturday, the Conservancy will be selling Robert Johnson prints to help with their mission.

 

 

The Lincoln Prairie Trail is a 14.8 mile asphalt paved trail connecting the cities of Pana and Taylorville.

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PCW Here to Help you Stick to Diet

Physicians Choice Wellness wants to help you shed a few pounds to get into shape for the summer.

 

PCW Program Director Tara Nickerson says no one enjoys going through the weight loss process alone but when choosing a partner often we choose someone that does not push as as hard as they should.

 

 

Nickerson says this is where she comes in, admittedly it can be tricky some need to be coddled while others need someone who is more stern and direct. 

 

 

Nickerson appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Job Fair Coming to Taylorville

The Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce and Lincoln Land Community College in Taylorville are teaming up to host a job fair on May 21.

 

CEO of the Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Patty Hornbuckle discusses the ins and outs of this job fair.

 

 

Hornbuckle says the more the merrier as there is still time for businesses to sign up to be part of the job fair.

 

 

Hornbuckle appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Taylorville Man Arrested for Child Pornography

On Wednesday morning the Taylorville Police Department, and Illinois Attorney General’s Office conducted a state authorized search warrant at the residence of Todd England, 45, of Taylorville. According to the TPD, forensic examiners uncovered photographs, and videos of child pornography. England was taken into custody without incident, and transported to the Christian County Correctional Center where he was lodged. England was arrested for possession of child pornography, distribution of child pornography, and reproduction of child pornography. 

 

This is an ongoing investigation between the Taylorville Police Department, the Christian County State’s Attorney’s Office, and the Illinois Attorney General’s Office.

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Central Illinois Foodbank has First Healthy Food Distribution of Year

As the days get longer and the temperatures continue to rise Central Illinois Foodbank will once again be around for their Healthy Food Distribution Drives.

 

Public Relations Manager Ashley Earnest says they have already had their first Healthy Food Distribution Drive of the year and are looking forward to many more.

 

 

Earnest says these are not something where they can show up the day of and throw one together, more planning and effort goes into the event than that.

 

 

Earnest appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Davis Still Fighting for Infrastructure

Recently a bridge in Chattanooga collapsed and that has once again sparked the infrastructure debate.

 

Congressman Rodney Davis represents the 13th Congressional District of Illinois in D.C. He says Illinois is lucky to have entrepreneurs like Adam Vocks and Billy Williams.

 

 

Davis says the problem with infrastructure is that if you do not get ahead of the problem it is often too little too late.

 

 

Davis appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Vineyard Church Opening New Community Building

Vineyard Church in Sullivan recently purchased a new building in town in hope of bringing the community together.

 

Senior Executive Pastor at Vineyard Church Jim Plank says they are not meaning this to be a church building but rather a building for everyone in the community.

 

 

Plank encourages anyone who wants to come check the building out to do so, saying that the building is really coming alone nicely.

 

 

Plank appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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National Library Week Next Week

Next week is the beginning of National Library week and libraries across the country are ready for the masses to come out.

 

Michelle Nolen is a Librarian at Sullivan Library she says stop and buy for the festivities and special offers. 

 

 

Nolen shares something special about Sullivan Library is their seed library. Where residents can stop buy pick up some seeds, plant them and watch them grow.

 

 

Nolen appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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TMH Foundation CATCH Program Visits Vision Way Christian School

The Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation recently visited Vision Way Christian School for the CATCH program which helps teach kids the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Melissa Thomas with TMH Foundation shares how the day went for the students.

 

 

Thomas says they also talked to the kids about being active every day, and a lot of what CATCH teaches is now part of their curriculum.

 

 

The CATCH program is for grades pre-k through 8, and continues to encourage a healthy lifestyle among students.

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THS Building Trades Class Closes on Property

The building trades class in Taylorville is closing on a donated lot Wednesday for the classes final project of constructing a home. Building trades teacher Matt Blomquist is excited for the opportunity his students have ahead of them.

 

 

Obviously the students are excited as well, but at the same time, Blomquist admits that it’s a little overwhelming.

 

 

The class closed on the property Wednesday afternoon.

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Chip's Marine Helping Sullivan

Chip’s Marine located in Sullivan is here for all your boating needs both big and small. Owner Chip Christensen explains what all the shop can do for you.

 

 

Christensen says they recently got a grant to put towards a project they have been working on for a while now in hopes of benefiting the lake.

 

 

Christensen appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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THS Hosting Basketball Game in Honor of Veterans

In an effort to honor our nations veterans, Chapel Hill Pentecostal Church is hosting a friendly basketball game against the Taylorville High School Seniors at THS. Pastor John Crist says its all about bringing the community together.

 

 

Crist also says he’s planning to present a check to donate towards veterans in need, along with a few first responders to be honored.

 

 

The basketball game will tip off at 3 in the afternoon on April 7th, and admission is free.

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IDPH Celebrating National Public Health Week

This week is National Public Health week, and its a time to recognize the contributions of public health, and the significant role it plays in general health. IDPH Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike (In-gozi, easy-kay)  with more on public health.

 

 

Dr. Ezike stresses on the important of continuing to keep places such as hospitals and restaurants safe. She also mentions the importance for the public to stay educated.

 

 

Every year National Public Health Week has daily themes to help people live healthier lives. Wednesday’s theme is rural health.

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Megan Bryant Elected to to Ward 3 in Taylorville

The race to serve Ward 3 in Taylorville was a close one Tuesday night between Billie Heberling and Megan Bryant. Just a handful of votes were the deciding factor as Bryant won the majority, and she’s looking forward to getting started.

 

 

With it being such a close race, Bryant made sure to thank her voters.

 

 

For what the future holds, Bryant is looking forward to representing her Ward, and speaking for the people.

 

 

Bryant won 54% of the vote.

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Kathy Driskell Elected to Serve Ward 4 in Taylorville

Polls were open all day on Tuesday, and that night, Kathy Driskell was voted to serve Ward 4 on the Taylorville City Council. Driskell shares her thoughts moments after being elected.

 

 

Driskell says that she was at peace with however the election would turn out, but after the results, she’s excited for what’s ahead.

 

 

Driskell received 55% of the vote.

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Taylorville Kiwanis Holds Business Meeting at Weekly Luncheon

The Taylorville Kiwanis Club heard about the club’s ongoing activities for children and youth, at their monthly business meeting during their weekly luncheon Tuesday at the Taylorville Memorial Hospital auditorium.

 

Final numbers from the recent Kiwanis Pancake and Sausage Day were announced, with the club netting over 3-thousand dollars to assist in local programs for children and youth.  The Kiwanis Club thanks all those who came out for the January event.

 

May 14th is the date set for the Club’s annual Prayer Luncheon.  Kiwanis member Dick Wamsley is again chairing this event.  The Kiwanis Club will again award its annual “Community Spiritual Leader” plaque, to a worthy individual at the Prayer Luncheon.

 

The local Kiwanis Club will be doing further fund raising efforts with their first-ever Pie Auction on WMKR Genuine Country 94.3 on April 18th, and the annual Kiwanis Radiothon will be heard on WRAN groovy 97.3 on August 6th. Again, monies for these fund-raising efforts go towards the club’s many programs for children and youth including Coats for Kids, Kiwanis Park, and scholarships for high school students and the Christian County Y-M-C-A.

 

The Taylorville Kiwanis Club is part of global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time.  Weekly meetings are held Tuesdays at noon at the Taylorville Memorial Hospital auditorium.  For information on the club, go to taylorvillekiwanis.com.

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See Christian County Senior Center to Sign Up for SHIP

If you just turned 65 or will be doing so in the next three months it is time to book an appointment at the Christian County Senior Citizens Center to sign up for SHIP.

 

Gerry Mahr says the sooner you book the better and asks you don’t come empty handed to make the process easier.

 

 

Mahr says if you forget to sign up there will be penalties that arise and could last the rest of your life.

 

 

Mahr appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Aaron Griffith Excited to Insure Christian County Residents

Taylorville has a new insurance agent in Aaron Griffith and he is eager to get to work for you to make sure you have the coverage you need.

 

Griffith says life insurance is often neglected as someone might think they do not need it, but Griffith says you’re never to young to get a life insurance plan.

 

 

Griffith says he wants to represent you the right way, he assures that he will not pass you to an 800 number. He wants to handle this himself and keep you in the loop.

 

 

Griffith appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Talia's Cookies Opening Storefront on May 1st

A new business has opened in Taylorville on the downtown square, and it’s a bakery. Talia’s Cookies is starting up, and although they don’t have a storefront yet, Owner Tina Coash says they’re open for business.

 

 

Coash actually taught herself how to bake, and that is how she got herself into the industry which started back in South Carolina.

 

 

As far as her new business in Taylorville, Coash shares her excitement on what her business will offer the community.

 

 

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Taylorville Steak N' Shake Planning to Open Doors in April

The anticipation for the new Steak N Shake in Taylorville is growing, and owner David Bruno is expecting to get the keys to the building this week.

 

 

Although the dates for the soft and grand openings aren’t set, Bruno says they’re aiming for sometime in mid-April.

 

 

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Celebrate Earth Day by Reducing Waste

In April we celebrate Earth Day to try and raise awareness of keeping our planet healthy and thriving. 

 

Jill Williams with the St. Louis Dairy Council wants to see a change this Earth Day in terms of how well we manage food waste.

 

 

Williams says another big step is buying the proper amount of food and don’t be afraid to make leftovers.

 

 

Williams appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Taylorville City Council Votes to Preserve Flagpole at Monthly Meeting

The Taylorville City Council met on Monday for their first meeting of the month. The first item on the agenda was a proclomation of April being named “National Donate Life Month” in Taylorville. Following the proclamation, the cast of Taylorville High School’s musical “Cinderella” was honored as the youth of the month. Before moving on to Committee Reports, Mayor Bruce Barry discussed tornado cleanup efforts, and shares the best thing the public can do to help.

 

 

The council then moved on to committee reports, and the motion was placed to keep the old flagpole at Oak Hill Cemetery in place with a plaque to serve as a memorial to the December tornado. Barry on the councils decision.

 

 

The Taylorville City Council meets on the first and third Monday of every month.

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Whats Happening Around Windsor

Windsor Community Foundation wants to keep you up to date on all things happening Windsor and the surrounding area.

 

Director of Windsor Community Foundation Maria Schafer explains the meaning behind WHAT.

 

 

Schafer says their mapping program is something they hang their hat on and says a lot has changes in the smaller communities.

 

 

Schafer appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Family Matters PTIC in Effingham Helping Parents

Family Matters Parent Training and Information Center in Effingham is hopeful to help the next wave of parents through some tough times.

 

Nancy Mader with Family Matters PTIC explains what their business is all about.

 

 

Mader says there are multiple ways to reach out to Family Matters, they get a multitude of calls from parents.

 

 

Mader appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Chamber of Commerce Getting Ready for Annual Banquet

The City of Taylorville is once again starting to buzz with excitement as residents are getting ready for the Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce Banquet in May.

 

CEO of the Chamber Patty Hornbuckle says this is an event you do not want to miss saying they hit a home run on the theme this year.

 

 

Hornbuckle says there is still time to RSVP to save your spot and join in on the fun and be there when the awards are handed out.

 

 

Hornbuckle appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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HSHS Good Shepherd Hosting Walk a Hound Lose a Pound

HSHS Good Shepherd Hospital and GO! 217 are hosting Wags and Walk, Thursday, April 4th. Marketing Specialist Kristy Gorden explains more on what GO! 217 is.

 

 

The purpose of the event is to get people outside, and getting active while walking their dogs. Also, the local animal shelter may be bringing some dogs to be walked as well.

 

 

Wags and Walk will start at 7 in the evening at Forest Park on General Dacey’s Trail.

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Shelbyville High School Gearing Up For Prom

As the school year starts to wind down students have two things on their mind, graduation and prom. Shelbyville High School is looking forward to post prom.

 

Courtney Leach with the Shelbyville High School Booster Club says post prom started over a half century ago after a fatal accident.

 

 

Students get involved in terms of fundraising and do a majority of the planning as well, it is up to the students what prizes are up for grabs at post prom.

 

 

Leach appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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