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Cold air funnels rattle residents
Residents and lake visitors became a bit nervous Saturday afternoon as a number of funnel clouds were sited throughout the area.
- Work on Chautauqua to begin Work on the Chautauqua auditorium will soon be underway as the Shelbyville City Council approved the bid for structural repair during its regular meeting Monday evening.The council approved work by Holland and Holland at $89,705. The work includes re
- Habitat House blessing Sunday Habitat for Humanity in Shelby County will be holding a house blessing at 2 p.m., Sunday, August 10, at the house at 401 N. Pine.Nancy Pesch and her children, Savanah and Gaige, are the latest Habitat recipients. The home had been returned to Habitat
- AmeriCorps NCCC provide help to Trails for Illinois Shelbyville, IL – On Sunday, August 3, AmeriCorps NCCC Corps members are hosting a community service day at the Little Chief Illini Trail where the team will build a trail with volunteers and teach the benefits that trails bring to a community’s econ
- Judith Carter Shelbyville Judith Elaine (Mose) Carter, 64, of Shelbyville, IL, passed away at 4:11 p.m. Sunday, July 27, 2014, in St. John’s Memorial Hospital in Springfield, IL.Judy was born April 16, 1950 in Vandalia, IL the daughter of James W. and Gladys Spencer Mose.She
- Gordon is Mr. Brickyard, Ties Schumacher Jeff Gordon tied Michael Schumacher for most wins ever at the famous Indianapolis Speedway with a win on Sunday. For Gordon is was his fifth trip to kiss the bricks. Schumacher had won five races in the United States Grand Prix which raced their fr
Pana shooting leaves suspect dead, officer wounded
Illinois authorities have identified a man who shot and wounded a police officer before being killed by troopers during an exchange of gunfire.
Drowning victim identified
A weekend drowning victim has been identified by the Shelby County Sheriff's office.
- 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
- 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
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