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Former Mayor Bruce Tossell and Sam Harker were in our WKEI studio on Tuesday to discuss the Committee of 10, a citizen coalition which has raised funds for a feasibility study regarding the more
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Governor Bruce Rauner is visiting state workers today, saying efforts are ongoing to ensure they get paid.....His first stop was at the Illinois Emergency Management Agency... [ more
Wednesday 7/1/15 Removing manholes: City-wide throughout town Tilling scheduled for: Lexington from 4th to 5th Cottage from 5th to the dead end O’Dea from Lexington to Grove Ross from more
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There’s still no response from the General Assembly to what the Governor says are his compromise proposals to turn Illinois around. That’s according to a letter Governor Bruce Rauner more
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Hog Days Carnival tickets are on sale as of today according to Hog Days organizer Larry Flannery: [audio:6301554010-carnivaltickets1.mp3]Larry Flannery 1[/audio] The discounted tickets are more
Advanced Asphalt will continue summer roadwork and the following areas will be closed on Tuesday 6/30/15: Florence St from 7th to June Cole St (entire length) Marion St from Kent to May Vine St more
Black Hawk College is going Smoke Free. In a release to the media on Monday, the college announced that it's Moline and Kewanee campuses would be entirely smoke-free beginning on Wednesday, July 1st. more
The work on Madison Ave previously scheduled for Monday 6/29/15 will be re-scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday this week (weather permitting).  Plans for oil and re-surfacing may be postponed more
IH Mississippi Valey Credit Union has honored a pair of Kewanee area students with scholarship money. Brittany Edwards and Brock Titlow each received $1000 in scholarship funds from IH Mississippi more
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Senator Dick Durbin is offering his thoughts on the US Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality last week. Durbin says last week's ruling isn't a threat to religious freedom. He also notes there are more
There are an estimated 76,000 post-9/11 veterans living in Illinois, a number that's expected to rise as more return home. Experts say these veterans face a multitude of challenges, including an more
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What will the grand bargain to bring about a balanced budget look like? Illinois News Network has more:  [audio:62715105345-INNRFD062515VETO455s.mp3]Illinois News Network[/audio] Governor more
Congratulations to Staff Sgt. Larry Groy of Kewanee. Staff Sgt. Groy was one of only 6 soldiers to graduate from 129th Regional Training Institute's Motor Transport Operator (88M) more
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The Illinois State Medical Society is weighing in on the Supreme Court Decision on King vs Burwell. The high court ruling upholds federal subsidies for low income patients who buy insurance through more
The stage has been set. Governor Bruce Rauner just one day after signing a budget for K-12 school funding for the upcoming fiscal year has vetoed the rest of Democrats spending plans for the new more
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