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As warm temperatures slowly but surely make their return to the area, many of us will be looking to shed a few winter pounds before summer arrives. Dr. Annette Gremmels, owner of Wellness Care more
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A recent oil boom in North Dakota has been driving the state’s economy with authority; North Dakota currently enjoys an unemployment rate of just 2.9% compared to the national average of 5.5% more
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With warmer temperatures taking hold in the area, local diners are likely flocking to Dairy Queen to take advantage of their numerous dairy treats to satisfy whatever it is their sweet tooth desires. more
On Sunday, March 29, at 10:22 pm, Pana Police Department was contacted by Pana Community Hospital in reference to a 17-year-old male juvenile subject being treated for one stab wound to the lower more
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will be conducting a public information day at the Lake Shelbyville Visitor Center in Shelbyville on April 2, 2015 at 10:30a.m. Phil Manhart, with the U.S. Army more
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Individuals looking to enroll in Medicare Part B have very little time to do so before the current enrollment period ends.   Jack Myers, a Public Affairs Specialist with Social Security more
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If you've visited any grocery store in recent years, you've no doubt come across a number of items labeled “gluten-free.”   Lisa Peterson, Nutrition and Wellness Educator with more
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Any college student who is filled with dread after hearing the phrase, “placement test” knows that just because you're in college, doesn't mean you're ready for college-level math more
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Derek Stayton, Vice president for Agricultural Financial Services for Farm Credit Illinois talked with President of Miller Media Group, Randal J. Miller, for Ag Day. Stayton tells Regional Radio more
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Sheriff Kettelkamp announced that Christian County citizens are being invited to become Associate Members of the Illinois Sheriffs' Association. Membership applications go out in the mail shortly and more
Wednesday morning, hospitals, public health departments and Emergency Managers across the region took part in an Illinois Department of Public Health virtual burn surge exercise yesterday. more
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Parents would be notified of dangerous sex offenders that live near school bus stops with new legislation backed by state Rep. Sue Scherer, D-Decatur. Scherer says it is her goal to keep kids safe more
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Spring is finally upon us and with the soon-to-be warm temperatures on the horizon, local residents will likely have questions concerning yard-waste burning rules and regulations.   Sergeant more
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President of Miller Media Group, Randal J. Miller, talked with Mike Franzen, a Crop Insurance Specialist at Farm Credit Illinois, about crop insurance. Franzen says the insurance protects people for more
State Representative Avery Bourne (R-Litchfield) passed her first piece of legislation out of committee on Tuesday. House Bill 3749 was approved in the Agriculture and Conservation Committee. The more
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