Shelbyville Daily Union

Local News

January 2, 2014

Hundreds of new laws to go into effect

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SHELBYVILLE, IL. —

HB 3003 Creates the Childhood Cancer Research Board; restricts reimbursement of members for work-related expenses unless funds become available

HB 3047 Creates Office of New Americans under the governor's office to assist immigrants and their families

HB 3049 Shifts Latino Family Commission Act to DHFS from Public Aid; adds a liaison from Labor and outlines where funding comes from

HB 3270 Creates the Hispanic Employment Plan Advisory Council and requires CMS to consult with it when preparing its State Hispanic Employment Plan

SB 0115 Makes it a crime to accept payment for altering a criminal record

SB 1216 Makes money in the Fraternal Order of Police Fund subject to appropriation by the General Assembly and distribution by the secretary of state

SB 1321 Strikes several measures relating to prostate and testicular cancer from DPH's annual report

SB 1670 Requires CMS to provide uniform forms to state agencies to report certain workforce characteristics; requires such data to be made publicly available

SB 1693 Allows peace officers to provide their work address when applying for an ID, driver's license or instruction permit

SB 1723 Amends the Capital Development Board Act changing the selection process of works of art for display in public buildings and makes technical changes to the establishment of design-build committees

SB 2106 Creates a working group to develop a plan to make the state budgeting process the most transparent in the nation

SB 2169 Allows the Department of Revenue to deny a certificate of registration to any applicant if any owner, partner, manager, etc. is in default on state taxes or fees

SB 2381 Requires the chief information officer to work with each state agency to develop information systems to accurately report on the management and administration of grant funds

HB 0167 Allows for the issuance of Prince Hall Freemasonry license plates, with certain fees for special plates to be deposited into the Master Mason Fund

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    July 28, 2014

  • Heroin addiction in Illinois: A community problem of epidemic proportions In Illinois, heroin addiction is a growing problem. Overdose and deaths as a result of heroin abuse are issues now faced by every community in our State. No small town is exempt from this growing epidemic. Today, towns such as: Stewardson, Beecher Ci

    July 28, 2014

  • 072914 trail work pic 2 Local volunteers assist AmeriCorps workers on Illini Trail The AmeriCorps NCCC crew got a boost of help on July 19 from community volunteers to work on the Chief Illini Trail at Lake Shelbyville.The crew is rehabilitating the trail, which has been neglected over time. The 11-mile hiking trail runs between Lo

    July 28, 2014 2 Photos

  • Sherry Kay Spitzner Flora Sherry Kay Spitzner, 54, of Flora passed away at 4:29 a.m. Friday (July 25, 2014) at the Clay County Hospital, Flora.Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday in the Lockart-Green Funeral Home, Cowden with Pastor Mark Smith officiating. Vis

    July 28, 2014

  • Drowning death reported

    A Shelbyville woman is the apparently victim of a drowning Sunday morning.

    July 27, 2014

  • Lake Shelbyville tree stand permits available for 2014-15 Lake Shelbyville - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers would like to announce that the Lake Shelbyville Tree Stand Policy for this season will remain the same as it was last season. The policy allows hunters to leave one seasonal tree stand up for the d

    July 24, 2014

  • Aquafest at Dam West Beach Aug. 2 Lake Shelbyville - Aquafest at Dam West Beach is no ordinary day at the beach. The Lake Shelbyville, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will be hosting Aquafest for Saturday, August 2, from noon to 4:00 p.m. Children and adults of ages all are welcome to a

    July 24, 2014

  • Shelbyville Edward Jones office to collect school supplies Tad Mayhall, an Edward Jones financial advisor in Shelbyville, is supporting the Shelbyville schools by using his office as a drop-off location for a school supplies drive.Local residents and businesses may help by bringing in items to the Edward Jon

    July 24, 2014

  • SMHGirls Night Out on Know Your Medications SHELBYVILLE, IL, – According to the National Health Institute, close to 40% of Americans receive prescriptions for four or more medications. Medication is a powerful tool in a healthcare professional’s tool kit, but when combined with over-the-counte

    July 21, 2014

  • Correction

    In the story "Eagle Scout rebuilds Illini Trail bridge" (July 18), the carpenter who helped on the project was Doug Martin, not Doug Hall.

    July 21, 2014

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