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Great Crowd Tours New SIU Family Medicine and Memorial Behavioral Health Taylorville Location

 

A great crowd got tours of the new SIU Family Medicine and Memorial Behavioral Health location at 303 East Bidwell across from Kroger in Taylorville on Wednesday, as an Open House was held.  The 2 entities moved into the free-standing facility and opened October First, after operating inside Taylorville Memorial Hospital on a limited basis since the first of the year.

 

 

Miller Media Group radio stations WTIM and WMKR broadcast live, and visited with Doctor Jerry Kruse, Dean and Provost of the SIU School of Medicine, who said the need to serve the unserved and underserved for health care in Christian County, was why the Taylorville facility opened.

 

 

Doctor Kruse added the new free-standing location is optimal for family health care.

 

 

 

For an appointment at the new SIU Family Medicine and Memorial Behavioral Health in Taylorville, call 824-eleven-thirty-four.

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Glenda Plunkett With The Moultrie County Health Department Talks About What Happens When You Quit Smoking

Glenda Plunkett is the Public Health Service Coordinator at the Moultrie County Health Department and she talked about what happens once you quit smoking.

 

 

Plunkett went on to say that the longer you don’t smoke the more your body is able to heal.

 

 

Smoking doesn’t just impact your health, but the health of those around you, so when you quit smoking you’re not only doing yourself a favor, but you’re doing your loved ones a favor as well.

 

 

Plunkett was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from the Moultrie County Senior Center in Sullivan.

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Lake Land College To Build New Alumni Center

Lake Land College held its board of trustees meeting on December 9th and approved funding and construction bids for a new Foundation and Alumni Center. Several bids were approved and over $725,000 has already been contributed to the project.

 

Christina Donsbach, executive director for college advancement, says that she is absolutely excited. “We are very excited to have a generous donation from the Neal Charitable Lead Trust to invest in the new center.” 

Lake Land College Board Chair Doris Reynolds says that she thinks this will do a lot for the students and the community. “The Foundation and Alumni do so much for our students, our college and our community. We are very pleased to partner with the Foundation to create a new center that not only recognizes their contributions but welcomes alumni home to their alma mater.”

 

The old pole barn bookstore building will be demolished and the new foundation and alumni center will be built there. The facility will be used as a welcome center, and help current students with the Alumni Office. It will also include a location for the College Advancement Staff that includes foundation and alumni.

 

Construction is expected to begin in early spring with a completion date of August 2020. The project will cost $2.2 million dollars.

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Metro Communications Founder Zak Horn Talks About The Company That He Founded

Zak Horn is the founder of Metro Communications and he talked a little bit about what it is that they do every day. 

 

 

Horn went on to talk about how it was that he started Metro Communications and what they did as a company when they first got started.

 

 

Finally, Horn discussed the success that Metro Communications has had and how they had no idea that doing one project for a friend would expand the way that it did.

 

 

Horn was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from the Moultrie County Senior Center in Sullivan.

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Senator Manar Supports Golden Apple; Solution For Fixing Teacher Shortage

 

Senator Manar Speaks at Blackburn College. Picture courtesy: Jack McNeil

 

A new program is being put together to bring more teachers into the classrooms in Illinois. State Senator Andy Manar joined officials from Golden Apple and Blackburn College Wednesday morning for an announcement of the Accelerators Program.

 

This Accelerators Program will help quickly prepare highly-qualified teachers in areas of the state where they’re most needed including Central Illinois. Senator Manar says that he is proud of the direction of this movement.

 

 

Manar says that he put out a call to the state to fix the teacher shortage and Golden Apple stepped up.

 

 

Within the first year, 50 candidates will begin their training so that they can enter the teaching profession by 2021/2022. The program is part of a series of initiatives put forward by Senator Manar that has garnered bipartisan support. Manar thanked Golden Apple President Alan Mather for his hard work on the project.

 

 

The program will provide a one-year residency and training program allowing for additional assistance to districts while also preparing teachers. Program participants will receive a $30,000 stipend towards coursework or housing, teaching licensure within 15 months, one-year residency in a partner school in Southern, Central, or Western Illinois and much more.

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Old Fashioned Christmas Event Is Tomorrow Night In Downtown Sullivan

Laurrie Minor is the Executive Director of the Sullivan Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development and she talked about the upcoming big Christmas celebration tomorrow in Sullivan.

 

 

The event will kick off at 4 o’clock tomorrow afternoon on the square. The parade will kick off at 6 o’clock. There will be Christmas music, a tree lighting ceremony, a smores bar, and real Reindeer.

 

 

Kathleen Preissing is a Peace Corps Fellow working with the Sullivan Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development. Preissing talked about some of the local businesses that will be open late on Friday night.

 

 

Minor and Preissing were guests on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from the Moultrie County Senior Center in Sullivan.

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Springfield Memorial Clinic To Host Breast Cancer Support Group Meetings

Springfield Memorial Center will be hosting a monthly breast cancer support group in 2020. A series of monthly meetings will take place at 5 PM on the second Tuesday of each month in the Clarke Conference Room at 701 North First Street in Springfield.

 

In January Dr. Patricia Fank will speak on dealing with anxiety, stress and other emotions. In February, Dr. Karen Hoelzer will talk about Mission Ghana. In March, Dr. Casey Younkin will talk about bone health as it relates to Breast Cancer. In April, Dr. Nicole Florence and Wendi Schutte will talk about healthy lifestyle choices and in May Mary O’Conner will talk about genetics and breast cancer.

 

In June Walgreens will stop by and talk about skincare for cancer patients and in July Peggy Means will be hosting an art project. In August Dr. Leslie Smith will be talking about healthy cooking and in September Richard Wiese will speak about emergency management at home. In October Dr. Namita Vinayek will talk about targeted therapies for breast cancer treatment and in November there will be a holiday social with a dinner.

 

There will be no event in December but events will resume in 2021. For more information on the listed meetings call 757-7684.

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Christian County CEO Students Host Breakfast for Parents, Board Members, Mentors

 

The Christian County C-E-O, or "Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities" students, held a breakfast for their parents, board members and mentors, at their new meeting location, the Christian County Extension Office, this morning.

 

Following the breakfast, students showed those in attendance how they're brainstorming for their next class business which will be an event taking place this winter.

 

C-E-O facilitator Dick Adams told Regional Radio News what the students were doing in their class this morning.

 

 

Adams says the students follow Roberts Rules of Order to vet what will become their next business.

 

 

The Christian County C-E-O program, now in its 4th year, offers high school seniors in Christian County, the opportunity to learn business experience away from the classroom.  Find out more on-line at christiancounty-c-e-o-dot-com.

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Safe Passage To Host Fundraiser At The Moose Hall In Taylorville On Saturday December 14th

Safe Passage is a program that helps people with serious addiction issues and they’re currently looking drivers who can drive clients to rehab. If you’re interested in helping, you can call Denise Evans, the Director of Safe Passage by calling her at 777-0080.
 

 

Evans went on to discuss how Safe Passage is a self funded program and that they’ll be hosting a fundraiser this Saturday, December 14th, 2019 at 4 o’clock at the Moose Hall in Taylorville.
 

 

Evans went on to talk about how they are still looking for donations for the fundraiser.

 

 

Tickets are $10 dollars at the door. There will be a DJ, Silent Auction, a 50/50 raffle, and a live auction. For more information call Denise Evans at 777-0080. Evans was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library And Museum Is Hosting An Exhibit To Tell The Story Of The Greatest Generation

January 12th is the last day for you to see The Greatest Generations Exhibit at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in the Illinois Gallery. The exhibit, according to Joe Crain the Director of Public Programs at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, is dedicated to the greatest generation and tells the story of WWII from beginning to end.

 

 

Crain went on to discuss what you will be able to find at the Greatest Generation exhibit.

 

 

Finally, Crain talked about the new exhibit that will debut at the museum in March of 2020.

 

 

For more information about the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum please visit PresidentLincoln.illinois.gov. Crain was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Christian County Hazards Mitigation Committee Meet; Discuss Hazards

The Christian County Hazards and Mitigation Teams met on Tuesday afternoon for their third meeting in an effort to secure grants from FEMA and IEMA. In the meeting today, Andrea Bostwick with AEC informed the group what vulnerabilities affect Christian County and the vulnerability assessment.

 

One way to assess vulnerabilities was to calculate the size of an area impacted by the tornado, then use the area impacted followed by estimating potentially damaged housing. Some areas would get more than others based on how many houses were in what areas. For instance, Stonington has a smaller population but many more houses crowded together in a small area than Taylorville does. 

 

The other vulnerability that was discussed was flooding. This time the type of flood was looked at along with the scope of the flood event and what areas would flood. 

 

 

The participants of the meeting rated tornadoes as the biggest hazard with thunderstorms, floods, winter storms, and hazardous materials incidents rounding out the top 5 for hazard rankings. The next Christian County Mitigation Meeting will take place on Tuesday, March 3rd.

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State Representative Avery Bourne On The One Year Anniversary Of The Taylorville Tornado

The EF-3 Tornado that went through Taylorville on December 1st, 2018 completely devastated the community. Mayor Bruce Barry hosted an event to commemorate the one year anniversary of the tornado on December 1st, 2019. State Representative Avery Bourne was at the event and she said that it was all about the helpers.

 

 

Representative Bourne went on to say that the event on December 1st, 2019 was a good way to say thank you to everyone who helped Taylorville recover from the devastating EF-3 tornado.
 

 

Finally, Representative Bourne went on to talk about the two ethics measures that Governor JB Pritzker recently signed into law.
 

 

Representative Bourne was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Stonington Mayor Stepping Down

Stonington Mayor Ryan Marucco has announced he is resigning his position as Mayor in January. Marucco says that he is just a little too busy with his other job which is Regional Manager for the Secretary of State.

 

 

Marucco says that he will most remember how his town came together during the EF-3 Tornado.

 

 

Marucco just wants to make sure everyone in Stonington knows just how much they mean to him.

 

 

For more information on Stonington visit villageofstonington.com.

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Taylorville High School Madrigal Singers Entertain Taylorville Kiwanis Club Members at Weekly Luncheon

 

The Taylorville Kiwanis Club hosted some 25 Taylorville High School students that are part of this year’s Madrigal performances, during their weekly luncheon Tuesday at the club’s new meeting place, the Taylorville Moose Lodge.

 

Under the direction of music instructor Keith Chase, the THS students performed several of the songs they’re performing as part of this year’s Madrigal Dinner.

 

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 their new meeting location, the Taylorville Moose Lodge.  For information on the club, go to taylorvillekiwanis.com.

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Christian County Master Gardeners Talk About How To Properly Care For A Live Christmas Tree

Gwen Podeschi and Sharon Hill are Master Gardeners with the University of Illinois Extension Office in Christian County and they talked about how they feel responsible to let people know about the importance of taking care of your live Christmas Tree.

 

 

Hill talked about how you should care for your live Christmas Tree after you bring it home.

 

 

Podeschi went on to talk about the beauty of a live Christmas Tree and how long it’s safe to keep your live tree up.

 

 

Podeschi and Hill were guests on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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CTI Presents Check To Taylorville School District

CTI presented a check to the Taylorville School District Monday Night. Adam Vocks presented the $400 check to Superintendent Chris Dougherty after the School Board meeting. Vocks says that this was a promotion for the School District for everyone that signed up in October.

 

 

Vocks says that it’s great to see how much the community supports the School District.

 

 

CTI continues to help the community and the school through technology. For more information on CTI call 824-6398.

 


 

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The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library And Museum To Host Civil War Battles Event

Joe Crain is the Director of Public Programs and Marketing at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and he discussed the recent showing of the Gettysburg Address at the museum and when they’ll have it out for people to see again.

 

 

Crain went on to discuss some of the upcoming events that they’ll be having at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum over the next few months.

 

 

The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum will be hosting a Tales from the Vault: Civil War Battles event with Dr. Christian McWhirter this Thursday at the Library at 12 o’clock.

 

 

For more information about the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum please visit PresidentLincoln.illinois.gov. Crain was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Farmer's Less Optimistic This Year About Futures

The Illinois Farm Bureau conducted an annual survey and found three overwhelming things: Farmers have less optimism for 2020, there is a need to regain lost export demand, and building new global markets is vital for the future. 

 

Other priorities that were listed in the survey include pushing for USMCA ratification, expanding investment in modern waterway infrastructure on the Mississippi and Illinois River and keeping the renewable fuel standard.

 

Farmer's big concerns over 2020 included holding off on purchases of new and improved equipment, working at or below break-even income levels, restructuring debt, and expenses higher than income which meant more risk.

 

Over 50% of Farmers also indicated that it was likely that farmers would continue to be farmed by the next generation. Over 2,700 people responded to the survey and this is the ninth year that the Illinois Farm Bureau has conducted this survey. 

Illinois Farm Bureau President Richard Guebert Junior is concerned for the future. “In 2019, farmers were challenged with historic flooding, delayed planting and harvesting, ongoing trade wars, and demand destruction to the biofuels market, all of which were key factors in contributing to a sluggish farm economy and continued uncertainty for our Illinois farmers. This is the ninth consecutive year we’ve surveyed members to gauge their feelings on key farming issues and concerns. It helps us as leaders ensure we’re tackling the issues and needs of our members and prioritizing our resources to the best of our abilities.”

 

The IFB has a total membership of more than 386,000 members and represents 3 out of every 4 Illinois farmers.

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Illinois State Representative Avery Bourne Talks About The Need For Fair Maps

Illinois State Representative Avery Bourne talked about the big push that they’re getting ready to make on Fair Maps.

 

 

Representative Bourne talked about the bipartisan support that Fair Maps has within the Illinois General Assembly and across all of Illinois.

 

 

Representative Bourne went on to discuss the misuse of isolation rooms within the Illinois school system.

 

 

Representative Bourne was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Strasburg Honors Volunteer Of The Year

The Village of Strasburg held a recognition ceremony on Saturday, December 7th. The 2019 Volunteer of the Year award was given to Doug Quast. Mr. Quast is an original member of the Strasburg Community Action Network. 

 

The nomination that had been written up for Mr. Quast noted that he had served on the village board. Mr. Quast woke up at 2:30 AM and smoked sausage for SCAN’s Santa Brigade Breakfast, he has mowed the park during village employee transitions, was co-chair of the Hog Roast for several years, helps organize the parades int eh Village, has been instrumental in ordering the new brackets and rehanging the Gnome flags in town and building new mailboxes in the Village.  Mr. Quast has also volunteered his time on the Burnout in the Burg committee and gave his time to frame out and pour concrete for the Burnout in the Burg as well. 

 

Regional Radio News wants to salute Doug Quast for his hard work this year and recognize him as the 2019 Strasburg Volunteer of the Year.

 

Pictured – Doug Quast and Strasburg Village President Cinda Held

 

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Taylorville School District Approves Moving Forward On Memorial Draining Project

 

The Taylorville School District met Monday evening and went through plenty throughout the night. The School Board honored 17 students for outstanding academic achievement. Kristina Allen, Victoria Anselm, Jase Bergschneider, Connor Chase, Abigail Danielson, Natali Daum, Blake Donnan, Nicholas Goodman, Alexander Morelock, Parth Patel, Chloe Reed, Eric Schafer, Tyler Sherbert, Molly Smith, Peyton Smith, Ashlee Vocks, and Camden Woodward were all recognized. 

 

The School Board also recognized the music department for it’s Madrigal Dinner and successful 7th-grade girl’s basketball state run. 

 

Under old business, the 2019 tax levy was voted on and approved 7-0. Strategic Planning Committee meeting updates were given. Among things that were discussed during the strategic planning committee meetings was an approval to look into a new building for the District Offices. Board Member Sarah Van Huss talked about improving Taylorville’s Social Media presence. 

 

Under new business, a motion was approved for looking into work on the Memorial Drainage maintenance project. Maintenance Director, Steve Walters informed the board that there were two plans, but they were relatively the same idea. 


 

The sewer system that is in place was built in 1893 and it just can’t handle the amount of rainwater and other liquid that it has to remove so the building floods constantly. The plan was approved for “B” which wouldn’t remove the playground but add mulch in an effort to try to control the water that is coming into the area from the surrounding buildings.

 

Right now Walters is estimating that the project will be $350,000-$400,000 dollars. 

 

 

There will also be a school improvement plan worked on for Taylorville Junior High School as well. Dr. Chris Dougherty spoke highly of the work that the teachers have done with their students.
 

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Rosanne Reynolds With Shelby County Community Services Talks About The Respite Program

Rosanne Reynolds is the Shelby County Community Services Case Manager and she discussed what it is that she does at Shelby County Community Services including a really important program called the Respite Program.
 

 

Reynolds went on to discuss the different types of clients that she works with at Shelby County Community Services.

 

 

Reynolds went on to discuss the Respite Program and how they’re looking for more families who might be interested.

 

 

If you’re interested in getting more information about the Respite Program, you can call Rosanne Reynolds at 774-5587. Reynolds was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from our studios in downtown Shelbyville.

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Pana Community Hospital To Hold Open House

 

After much waiting and anticipation, Pana Community Hospital will be finishing up the second phase of its building project.  Phase II of the building project will be unveiled in an open house celebration on Thursday, December 12th. The event will have a short program and ribbon cutting at 4:30 with the open house to follow until 6 PM. 

 

Updates to the hospital include a front addition including reception, registration, and urgent care that you can view with the open house. You can also see updates from Phase 1 during the open house as well. The 20.3 million dollar project for Phase 1 began in 2017. The project added 30,000 square feet to the hospital. The first phase added space for a new surgical suite, laboratory, diagnostic imaging, cardiopulmonary, materials management, and nutritional services including a harvest cafe.

 

The project slogan has been called, “Your Health, Our Future.” To get more information on Pana Community Hospital, visit their website or find them on Facebook.

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The Greater Shelbyville Chamber Of Commerce Announces The December Member Of The Month

Ariel Short is the Director of the Greater Shelbyville Chamber of Commerce and she discussed the December 2019 member of the month.

 

 

Short went on to discuss how the member of the month is chosen.

 

 

Finally, Short went on to discuss how Downtown Shelbyville is growing and some new businesses are going downtown.

 

 

Short was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from our studios in downtown Shelbyville.

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Taylorville School Board To Meet For December Meeting

The Taylorville School Board will meet this evening to discuss school business and go over communications. Taylorville High School will recognize its Illinois Scholars. There will be 16 students recognized for their hard work. Personnel moves will be discussed. Superintendent Dr. Chris Dougherty, will discuss strategic planning committee updates and school board conference takeaways.

 

Under new business, there will be consideration of memorial drainage maintenance project, a school improvement plan for Taylorville Junior High School, the first reading of ISBE Press Plus Policy Updates, and a superintendent report to include curriculum and legal.

 

The Taylorville School Board meets at the Administration Education Center which is located at 512 West Spresser Street in Taylorville on December 9th at 7 PM for the regular Board of Education Meeting.

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Lake Shelbyville Fish Habitat Alliance To Host 2020 Lake Shelbyville Fish Habitat Alliance Banquet

Sarah Haslett is the Natural Resources Specialist in the Interpretative Services and Outreach Department at the US Army Corps of Engineers. She discussed the upcoming 2020 Lake Shelbyville Fish Habitat Alliance Banquet at the VFW Hall in Sullivan from 4 until 9:30 on Saturday, February 22nd.

 

 

Haslett went on to talk about sponsorships at the upcoming Fish Habitat Alliance Banquet.

 

 

Haslett went on to discuss the need for volunteers for the upcoming summer 2020 season.

 

 

Haslett was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from our studios in downtown Shelbyville.

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Candidate Runs Against Bourne For Illinois Representative Primary

A candidate will challenge Avery Bourne for her seat in the Illinois House of Representatives. Lawrence Oliver is running against Avery Bourne for the 95th District. Oliver, will run in the primary against Bourne on March 17, 2020 with the election for the seat in November. Oliver says he’s running because of taxes.

 

Oliver talked about taxes and said the State needs to stop living beyond its means.

 

 

Oliver also said that while he agrees we need to put money into road projects, he’d like to see the money actually go towards fixing the roads and not padding pockets.

 

Oliver says that he and Bourne actually agree on quite a few topics, but taxes are definitely not one of them. Regional Radio News will have more on Lawrence Oliver and Avery Bourne as the primary elections get closer.

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State Trooper Arrested For Sexual Misconduct

Illinois State Police arrested one of their own on Friday afternoon. 29 year old Trooper James T. Dierkes of Greenville was arrested on one count of aggravated criminal sexual abuse and criminal sexual assault. On Tuesday, Vandalia City Police required assistance for allegations of criminal sexual assault made against Dierkes. The charges stemmed from an incident that occurred, at Vandalia Community High School, before Dierkes became a state trooper.

 

ISP Agents conducted a thorough investigation into the allegations made. The victim said that there had been inappropriate sexual contact made on multiple occasions during his employment at the High School. During the investigation, it was revealed that Dierkes had sexual contact with another victim as well. 

 

On Friday, Dierkes was taken into custody and immediately relieved of his duty as a State Trooper. He is being held at the Fayette County Jail facing the charges put forth by State’s Attorney Joshua C. Morrison.  His bond was set at $1,000,000.  

 

Brendan F. Kelly, ISP Director, released the following statement, “Illinois State Police Special Agents treated the victim’s allegations as credible and within hours of disclosure initiated an investigation leading to these charges. ISP agents are fiercely protective of brave crime victims and fiercely protective of the integrity of the Illinois State Police so we urge any victims to come forward." 

 

When the ISP did their background checks, no evidence had been shown that he had committed any criminal misconduct. Anyone with additional information should contact the ISP at 622-0924.

 

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Taylorville Home Source To Get New Building

Taylorville Home Source will be getting a new building. The new store will be located on East Park Street near the Department of Motor Vehicles. The footing was poured late last month. Owner Rick White says that he is hoping to have the building completed by April or May. This has been something they have been working on for the last 6 months. The store which will be about 3,500 square feet bigger is exactly what Rick is looking for. It will go from about 5,000 square feet to about 8,500 square feet. They simply were outgrowing where they were at. 

 

Rick also loves the location due to the fact that they do a lot of work in Pana and the new location puts it on a better route and feels there will be more traffic rather than where he is at right now.

 

Rick also told Regional Radio News that most customers are supportive of the move and are happy with all of the different lines he carries and the work that he does.

 

 

 

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Physician's Choice Wellness Program Director Tara Nickerson Talks About The Abundance Of Overeating During The Holidays

Tara Nickerson is the Program Director at Physician's Choice Wellness and she talked about the abundance of overeating that happens during the holiday season and how things have evolved over the past few decades.

 

 

Nickerson went on to talk about the importance of not giving up on your diet during the holidays.

 

 

Finally, Nickerson talked about how they’re trying to grow in and around Taylorville and because of that they’re waving the $135 enrollment fee during the month of December.
 

 

For more information you can visit their website, healthylifestyleweightloss.com or call 864-2085. Nickerson was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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IDOT Issues Survey On Road Conditions

A new survey is being issued by the Illinois Department of Transportation and they are looking for feedback on the state’s transportation system. The survey will be available through December 31st. You can access it here by visiting idot.illinois.gov.  The survey is conducted with the University of Illinois Springfield and topics range from road conditions to public transport to the way you drive. The survey has been conducted annually since 2001 and results from every year can be found on the IDOT website. For full IDOT updates visit Twitter at @idot_illinois or visit gettingaroundillinois.com

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Florinda's Italian Restaurant In Taylorville To Host First Ever New Years Eve Party

The Holiday Business After Hours was at Ace Hardware on December 3rd and Patty Hornbuckle, the CEO of the Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce talked about a special guest appearance that they had.

 

 

The SIU Center for Family Medicine-Taylorville and Memorial Behavioral Health will be hosting a ribbon cutting and Open House from 4-6 on December 11th.

 

 

Florinda’s Italian Restaurant will be hosting their first ever New Years Eve Party from 9pm until 1am on New Years Eve. For tickets you can call Florinda’s at 287-2226 and $20 per ticket is being donated to Missions for Taylorville.

 

 

Hornbuckle was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Department of Human Services Denounces New SNAP rules

A new food stamp policy could affect over 2500 people in Central Illinois counties and over 140,000 people in Illinois.  The Trump administration announced new rules that would take able-bodied people off of the food stamp program called SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program). Meghan Powers, Director of Communications with the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) released a statement denouncing the move.

 

“Our administration has adamantly opposed the federal rule change to SNAP policy that would require work requirements from approximately 140,000 low-income individuals in Illinois and hundreds of thousan ds more across the country. Many SNAP participants face serious barriers to employment, such as mental illnesses, substance use disorders, justice involvement and significant physical limitations, and would not be able to immediately meet the work requirements. IDHS has been working for months to appropriately exempt any individuals with these barriers so they do not need to meet the work requirements. However, we also recognize that some of our customers can and want to work. To that end, IDHS has also engaged in a robust effort to prepare for this rule chage so we can help as many SNAP participants as possible find employment and training that would meet the work requirement.”

 

Illinois, in general, has worked hard on ways to implement several new initiatives and expand employment programs. Specialty teams have been established that work solely with able-bodied customers to help them with work or training. An interagency team was established with the Illinois Departments of Employment Security and Economic Opportunity and the Illinois Community College Board to develop robust referral resources for work. Funding services were provided for transportation, uniforms, professional licenses and other work-related needs were provided. IDHS continues to work with the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities to analyze the new rules. 

 

In Central Illinois, 625 people in Christian, 214 in Shelby, 495 in Montgomery, 310 in Fayette, and 674 people in Macoupin County could lose benefits.

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Moultrie County Habitat For Humanity Is Getting Started On The Next Habitat Home

Tara Reed is the manager of the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Sullivan and she discussed that they’re looking for the next family for the next Habitat Home.

 

 

If you’re interested in being considered for the next Habitat home, the application process will start in January and is open to anyone who is willing to relocate to Moultrie County.

 

 

Everything that is sold from the ReStore goes towards the purchase of the Habitat home.

 

 

Reed was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from the Moultrie County Senior Center in Sullivan.

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Representative Rodney Davis Speaks At US House About Taylorville Tornado

US Representative Rodney Davis spoke at the House of Representatives and recognized the city of Taylorville one year after an EF-3 tornado went through the city. Representative Davis praised former EMA Director and Fire Chief Mike Crews for their hard work during and right after the catastrophic event.

 

 

Representative Davis also was encouraged by the generosity of so many people.

 

 

There were special thanks for Missions for Taylorville and a prayer for those still in need.

 

 

US Representative Rodney Davis made his remarks to the House on Thursday morning.

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Death Investigation Complete For Tower Hill Traffic Crash

Regional Radio News has learned of death investigation results for a motor vehicle accident that occurred in November. Christian County Coroner Amy Calvert Winans announced that 61-year-old Cheryl D. Laughlin died on November 5th of multiple blunt injuries of the chest due to a motor vehicle striking multiple fixed objects. The death was determined to be accidental.  Mrs. Laughlin was pronounced dead at Pana Community Hospital E.R. The investigation was handled by the Shelby County Sheriff's Office.

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Moultrie County Treasurer Stephanie Helmuth Talks About Her Year One Accomplishments

Stephanie Helmuth is the Moultrie County Treasurer and she talked about how she was able to work with the Circuit Clerk to create a dropbox for tax payments.

 

 

Helmuth went on to discuss how they were able to implement ACH payments.

 

 

Finally, Helmuth talked about why she decided to change up the investment strategy for Moultrie County.

 

 

Helmuth was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from the Moultrie County Senior Center in Sullivan.

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Taylorville Public Library Hosts Lego Club

The Taylorville Public Library always has events going on, and the month of December is no different.

 

There is a recurring club called Lego Club. Program and Outreach Coordinator with the Taylorville Public Library, Jessica Green, is excited for what December has in store for the group.
 

 

Lego Club allows kids to use creativity, and Green says what they come up with is really amazing.

 

 

To see what creations have been made by the Lego Club, Green says you just have to visit the library.
 

 

For more information and to see upcoming events you can visit the Taylorvile Public Library website.

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Sullivan To Host Hometown Holidays Parade On December 13th

Jeri Davis is the coordinator of the Sullivan Hometown Holidays Parade and she discussed what you can expect to see at the parade on December 13th at 6pm in Sullivan.

 

 

Davis went on to discuss why they decided to move the parade to the night time.

 

 

Finally, Davis discussed why they decided to have a parade grand marshall for the first time in almost a decade.

 

 

Davis was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from the Moultrie County Senior Center in Sullivan.

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IEMA Encourages Safety Around The Holidays

The Illinois Emergency Management Agency is offering tips for helping people with safety. There are plenty of ways for you to stay safe this holiday season, whether it’s decorating, heating, shopping, or traveling.

 

For holiday decorating, the IEMA reminds you to never leave candles unattended. Always place candles on stable furniture in fire-safe holders that will catch the wax. Holiday lights should always be tested for safety and kept away from flammable materials.

 

For winter heating, make sure your fireplace is regularly inspected and cleaned. Check furnaces every year to make sure that they are functioning properly and nothing is blocking the flue. Furnaces that malfunction can cause fire and carbon monoxide issues.

 

For holiday shopping, if you are online, make sure your internet is password protected. Shop online through trusted retailers. Do not download attachments from unknown senders. For shopping in retail stores, make sure you park near a well-lighted area, and if you can always bring a friend shopping.

 

For holiday travel, remember to pack an emergency supply kit with essentials. Make sure you have cell phone numbers and chargers with you. Check local road conditions and avoid travel during difficult storms. If traveling in the air, review TSA security screening tips and bring a spare USB power bank.

 

For more information on holiday safety visit IEMA on Facebook or Twitter. Get more safety news on www.ready.illinois.gov.

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The Central Illinois Food Bank Announces New Program To Encourage Healthy Food Choices

Ashley Earnest is the Public Relations Manager at the Central Illinois Food Bank and she discussed an upcoming event tomorrow at the Walmart in Springfield.

 

 

Bob Bartolazzi is the Manager of Program Services at the Central Illinois Food Bank and he discussed a brand new program called Nudges that’s designed to help individuals make healthier food choices.

 

 

Finally, Earnest discussed how they introduced Nudges into Central Illinois.

 

 

Bartolazzi and Earnest were guests on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Taylorville Moose Lodge Honors First Responders

 

The Moose Lodge in Taylorville honored first responders on Wednesday in a special ceremony that also featured the Moose Lodge Supreme Governor Rodney Hammond. David Luttrell, the administrator with Moose Lodge 1516 thanked everyone for coming. 

 

Governor Hammond spoke to the people that were there and thanked the first responders for their work in Taylorville. He also had a present for all of the first responders, a stuffed animal named “Tommy Moose.”

 

Hammond went on to say he hopes that they never have to use the Tommy Mooses and that he along with the other members of the Lodge appreciate all First Responders do for Taylorville.

 


The Moose Lodge is located at 720 McAdam Drive and for more information on Moose Lodge 1516, visit their Facebook page.

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Death Investigation Results For Taylorville Resident

A death investigation by the Christian County Coroner, Amy Calvert Winans, has been released to Regional Radio News. On Monday, December 2nd, 2019, Taylorville Police responded to a check welfare call at the residence in the 800 block of East Stevenson. Upon arrival, officers located a 34-year-old male deceased in his residence. Coroner Winans identified the male as 34-year-old David Brown of Taylorville. Preliminary investigations indicate that Mr. Brown died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.  The Taylorville Police are handling the investigation.

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Jessica Green Excited About Upcoming Events At Taylorville Public Library

The Taylorville Public Library always has events going on, and the month of December is no different.

 

According to Jessica Green, Program and Outreach Coordinator with the library, one of their big events is their Holiday Open House happening on December 13th.
 

 

The Taylorville Public Library does several open houses during the year, but Green says they hope this one is different.
 

 

Later in the month, the Taylorville Public Library will be hosting a Holiday Movie Premiere that Green hopes the community will enjoy.
 

 

For more information and to see upcoming events you can visit the Taylorvile Public Library website.

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It's Not Too Late To Get A Flu Shot

With flu season officially underway, being prepared is very important. One way to stay healthy is by getting a flu shot.

 

It’s National Influenza Vaccination Awareness Week and Dr. Ngozi Ezike with the Illinois Department of Public Health, wants people to know it’s not too late to get a flu shot.

 

 

Dr. Ezike says that the vaccination takes a few weeks to kick in so it’s better to receive the shot earlier than later. However, vaccinations aren’t the only way to avoid the virus.
 

 

At the end of the day, Dr. Ezike wants everyone to know that getting a flu shot does just as much for the community as it does the individual.
 

 

For more information visit the IDPH website.

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Ashley Earnest With The Central Illinois Food Bank Talks About The New Meal Connect Program

Ashley Earnest is the Public Relations Manager at the Central Illinois Food Bank and she talked about what it is that they focus on.

 

 

Earnest went on to discuss the importance of Giving Tuesday and she also discussed how you can get involved at the Central Illinois Food Bank.

 

 

Finally, Earnest discussed the brand new Meal Connect Program and how you can get involved with it.

 

 

Earnest was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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The Taylorville Senior Center To Host Christmas Party And Fundraiser On December 19th

There is a whole lot going on at the Senior Center this Holiday season and Judy Gates with the Taylorville Senior Center and the CEFS Meals on Wheels Program talked about two important programs that they put on every year, the Angel Tree and the Memory Tree.

 

 

Gates went on to discuss some of the upcoming events and trips that the Taylorville Senior Center will be having over the next few weeks.

 

 

Finally, Gates discussed the upcoming Christmas Party on December 19th. Santa will be in attendance, there will be door prizes, and a silent auction.
 

 

Gates was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Taylorville City Council Raises Liquor License Fees, Taxi Cab Fees, And Sewer Rates

The Taylorville City Council met Monday evening to discuss business and update and amend ordinances. After honoring the 7th grade girls basketball team as the recognized Youth of the Month, ordinances were discussed. An Ordinance passed for water annexations and annual abatements along with increasing liquor and gaming annual license fees. The fee will be raised to $3,000 for all establishments that have video gaming except clubs. 

 

Taylorville Mayor Bruce Barry thanked everyone for coming out to the December 1st memorial of the tornado that was held at the VFW on Sunday. Mayor Barry is still looking at ways to improve roads, sidewalks, and alleys. Mayor Barry also announced that the city will be submitting another application to the Department of Commerce and economic opportunity. The city is applying for the grant to reimburse costs for the first four months of the cleanup. 

 

The Alderman voted 6-2 in favor of a sewer rate increase for the next five years.  The rate would increase by about 15 cents per 100 gallons by the year 2024.  This increase would only be for city sewer fees and not water reclamation fees. Alderman Larry Budd said that the city has lost nearly 1.5 million to 2 million in the last 5 years in the sewer fund. Budd continued by saying the fund is supposed to be self-sustaining, but it’s currently running in the red.

 

The Alderman also voted on increasing taxi cab fees to $100 annually. There would also be changes to fines with $250 dollars for individuals who violate it and $500 for the taxi cab companies plus costs.

The bills were approved for $378,183.58.

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Remembering the Tornado, One Year Later: Feature 13

On December First, 2018, the City of Taylorville changed forever, when an EF-3 tornado hit the community.  

 

 

On Sunday, Taylorville mayor Bruce Barry hosted an event at the V-F-W to commemorate the first anniversary of the tornado, and honored the hundreds of people that have helped in recovery.  Over 250 attended, and WMKR Genuine Country 94-point-3 broadcast the event live.

 

Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce C-E-O Patty Hornbuckle spoke with Regional Radio News during the event, about her involvement in the hours following the tornado.

 

 

Regional Radio News reminds you that all 13 of our features entitled “Remembering the Taylorville Tornado, One Year Later” can be heard on-line at taylorvilledailynews-dot-com.

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Taylorville Kiwanis Club Holds Monthly Business Meeting at Weekly Luncheon

(Taylorville)--The Taylorville Kiwanis Club held their monthly business meeting, during their weekly luncheon Tuesday at the club’s new meeting place, the Taylorville Moose Lodge.

 

Kiwanis committee chairs reported on the work they’re doing to benefit children and youth in the Taylorville community.

 

Kiwanis president Sarah Van Huss reported that due to the generosity of club members during their weekly “Happy Bucks” collections in November, over 420-dollars will be presented to H-S-H-S Medical Group Taylorville, which the club is partnering with, to provide Christmas to children of some local needy families.

 

 

Also during the meeting, newly inducted Kiwanis member James LeVault was officially presented his Kiwanis name badge.

 

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 their new meeting location, the Taylorville Moose Lodge.  For information on the club, go to taylorvillekiwanis.com.

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The 32nd Annual Christmas In The Park Kicks Off On December 12th

Bailey Hancock is the Recreation Director at the Taylorville Park District and she discussed the upcoming 32nd annual Christmas In The Park.
 

 

Christmas In The Park will kick off with the Jingle Bell Walk on December 12th starting at 6 o’clock. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served in the dining room and glow sticks will be available for the kids.

 

 

Finally, Hancock discussed the Supper with Santa & Mrs. Claus event on December 13th from 6 until 8 in the dining hall.
 

 

For more information you can visit the Park District website at taylorvilleparkdistrict.com or call 824-5878 or 824-3110. Hancock was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Langleyville Man Arrested On Meth Delivery Charges

A Langleyville man is behind bars today after a narcotic enforcement traffic stop. At 10:45 PM on November 27th, Taylorville Police Department initiated a traffic stop and arrested 42 year old Charles R. Hays of Langleyville. Mr. Hays was charged with armed violence, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of meth with intent to deliver.

 

Mr. Hays was arraigned yesterday and bond was set at $800,000. Mr. Hays has an extensive criminal history and Taylorville Police believe that he was a source for distributing methamphetamine in Christian County. Taylorville Police would like to thank Mike Havera for approving Mr. Hays's charges after review. Mr. Havera made it clear in court that this will not be tolerated in this county. 

 

A preliminary hearing is set for December 20th, in Christian County Court.

 

 

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TPD Announces Cards For Troops Night

The Taylorville Police Department in coordination with the Taylorville Fire Department will be hosting an event. The event is a Christmas Cards for Troops event. It will take place on December 8th at the Taylorville Fire House from 3-6 PM. Taylorville Police Officer Kirsten Bollinger says that this will be a great event.

 

 

Officer Bollinger says that there will be plenty of activities going on for kids to help give back to those who can’t be at home during the holidays.

 

For more information visit the Taylorville Police Department Facebook page. If you know of someone who is deployedand you want to send them some cards, please email the Taylorville Police Department with their name and mailing address at community.policing@taylorvillepolice.com so they can send them a card.

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Taylorville Memorial Hospital To Host 'Cooking Under Pressure' Event On Tuesday, December 10th

Janelle Cornell is a Clinical Dietitian at Taylorville Memorial Hospital and she discussed the upcoming Cooking Under Pressure Class that will take place at TMH on Tuesday December 10th from 2:30-4:00 in the afternoon and then again from 6:00-7:30 in the auditorium.

 

 

The event is being co-hosted by Lisa Peterson from the University of Illinois Extension Office and Taylorville Memorial Hospital. The event is designed for individuals who have little to no experience with using a pressure cooker.
 

 

Finally, Cornell discussed some of different types of recipes that you might expect to find at the Cooking Under Pressure event.
 

 

Cornell was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.

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Remembering the Tornado, One Year Later: Feature 12

On December First, 2018, the City of Taylorville changed forever, when an EF-3 tornado hit the community.  

 

On Sunday, Taylorville mayor Bruce Barry hosted an event at the V-F-W to commemorate the first anniversary of the tornado, and honored the hundreds of people that have helped in recovery.  Over 250 attended, and WMKR Genuine Country 94-point-3 broadcast the event live.

 

 

U-S Congressman and Taylorville native Rodney Davis spoke and was thankful for no loss of life.

 

 

Stay tuned for more features as we Remember the Taylorville Tornado, One Year Later.

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TMH Receives 4 Star Rating From Surveys

Taylorville Memorial Hospital was recognized by the Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network (ICAHN).  TMH received a “4-star” rating for its ongoing commitment to exceptional quality of care. TMH was rated on four areas; patient safety/inpatient, patient engagement, care transitions, and outpatient measures. 

 

TMH was honored as top performer for all four areas based on surveys that were given to patients. The surveys allowed consumers to be able to rate hospitals and compare ratings of services that are provided.  TMH President and CEO Kim Bourne says that she is thrilled about the rating. “We are very proud of our team for achieving this level of excellence in health quality. This is truly a team effort that recognizes our dedication to delivering a healthcare experience of which our patients and staff can be proud.” 

 

TMH was recognized during a ceremony held on November 13th at the I-Hotel and Conference Center in Champaign earlier in November. For more information on the survey visit www.hcahpsonline.org. 

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The Moultrie County Senior Center In Sullivan To Host Annual Holiday Bazaar

Kathi Garvey is the Director at the Moultrie County Senior Center and she discussed the upcoming Holiday Bazaar that will be on Friday, December 6th & 7th at the Senior Center in Sullivan. 

 

 

Garvey went on to discuss some of the new things that will be going on at the Senior Center over the next few weeks including an event with Scovill Zoo on Tuesday, December 10th at 10 o’clock.  

 

 

The Senior Center will also be watching and discussing “It’s A Wonderful Life” at 12:30 on Thursday, December 12th with a group of students from the high school.

 

 

For more information on any of these events, you can call the Moultrie County Senior Center at 728-8521. Kathi Garvey was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from the Moultrie County Senior Citizen Center.

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Taylorville City Council To Meet First Time In December

The Taylorville City Council will meet this evening. There will be a motion to approve construction plans for the Hathaway Homes of Taylorville Phase 2. There will be some ordinance recommendations as well including amending the ordinance on increasing liquor/gaming license fees, zoning classifications. 

 

For committee reports, finance will vote on the 2020 Workers Compensation Policy Renewal Premium. There will also be a discussion on the tax levy and discussion on the BDD Benefits for further review. A five year step increase for sewer fees will be discussed with an increase of $0.003 by 2024. 

 

Under ordinances, the motion for changing the regulation and licensing of taxicab drivers will be discussed. Under the public facilities section, there will also be a motion for approval of the electrical services company to complete electrical work for new video equipment in the council chambers. There will also be a motion to proceed with phase 3 of the existing contract with Johnson Engineering. 

 

As always, there will be Mayoral, Treasurer, and City Attorney updates as well. 

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Jim Plank With The Vineyard Church Of Central Illinois Talks About Building 1225

Jim Plank is the Senior Executive Pastor at The Vineyard Church of Central Illinois and he talked about how it is that they decided to purchase Building 1225 in Sullivan.

 

 

Plank went on to discuss how they turned Building 1225 from a big empty building into what it is now.

 

 

Finally, Plank discussed some of the recent events that they had at Building 1225 including an employee appreciation banquet and the Mistletoe Market.  

 

 

Plank was a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from the Moultrie County Senior Citizen Center in Sullivan.

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Christian County And Shelby County To Discuss Merging 9-1-1 Operations

Christian County and Shelby County are meeting together on December 9th to hold an information meeting for Shelby County Board members and members of the public to discuss merging the Christian/Shelby Joint Emergency Telephone Systems Board. The public are encouraged to attend and ask questions regarding the 9-1-1 system. 

 

Christian County and Montgomery County are already working on merging the systems together and a discussion will take place to see what the benefits and drawbacks of adding Montgomery County would be. There would also be a discussion of the operational and financial gains and losses as well. While this is being discussed no final actions will be taken at this meeting.

 

The meeting will be held at the Lake Shelbyville Visitor Center at 1989 State Highway 16 in Shelbyville. Questions may be sent to Jared Rowcliffe who is the EMA coordinator at 774-1499.

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Dr. Delvalle Talks Advancements In Research On Diabetes

The end of November is the end of National Diabetes month, but the disease will continue to effect people year round.

Luckily advances in the world of medicine have found their way into the treatment of diabetes. Dr. Rick DelValle with HSHS Medical Clinic in Taylorville explains some of the advancement.

 

 

Diet is a word that not many people like to hear. Dr. Delvalle says that while that helps, it’s not the right description of how to help avoid a diabetes diagnosis.

 

 

Dr. Delvalle says to think about what was eaten in a natural environment, before all the added sugars were in food, to get an idea of the best things to eat.

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Remembering the Tornado, One Year Later: Feature 11

On December First, 2018, the City of Taylorville changed forever, when an EF-3 tornado hit the community.  

 

On Sunday, Taylorville mayor Bruce Barry hosted an event at the V-F-W to commemorate the first anniversary of the tornado, and honored the hundreds of people that have helped in recovery.  Over 250 attended, and WMKR Genuine Country 94-point-3 broadcast the event live.

 

 

Former Christian County Emergency Management Agency Director and former Taylorville Police Chief Mike Crews, told the gathering that the National Weather Service’s issuance of a tornado warning and tornado emergency, meant something big was going to happen.

 

 

Stay tuned for more features as we Remember the Taylorville Tornado, One Year Later.

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Taylorville Comes Together Sunday to Remember the Tornado, One Year Later

On December First, 2018, the City of Taylorville changed forever, when an EF-3 tornado hit the community.  

 

On Sunday, Taylorville mayor Bruce Barry hosted an event at the V-F-W to commemorate the first anniversary of the tornado, and honored the hundreds of people that have helped in recovery.  Over 250 attended, and WMKR Genuine Country 94-point-3 broadcast the event live.

 

 

Missions for Taylorville spokesman Pastor Bill Kerns told the gathering that while their organization, which has been the primary vehicle for donated funds the past year, has done much for those affected, many still need assistance to rebuild.

 

 

Stay tuned for more features as we Remember the Taylorville Tornado, One Year Later.

 

 

 

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