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- Election Results Correction In the report of the election results, The Daily Union reported that Moweaqua turned down the petition for the sale of alcohol in the village limits. Due to the wording on the ballot, the village voters elected to approve the sale of alcohol in the v
- City Council takes next steps on dangerous buildings The Shelbyville City Council continues to push for action on dilapidated buildings. Commissioner Gib Smart told the council Monday evening that his research into the ordinance showed the steps for the city to deal with the issue. A building must be i
- DeRyke pleads guilty to killing niece EFFINGHAM -- Justin D. DeRyke pled guilty Tuesday to the stabbing death of his niece, 7-year-old Willow Long of Watson in September of 2013. According to Effingham County State's Attorney Bryan Kibler, DeRyke's guilty plea was accepted by the Honorab
Sales Tax, Fox, Koonce winners in primary election
With nearly 40 percent voter turnout, Shelby County residents let their voices be heard in local and state races as well as local propositions.
Primary election results
Ongoing election results of contested races and propositions in Shelby County. All 33 precincts currently reporting.
- Coat Drive nets over 400 coats Through the generosity of area people, more than 360 coats were given to people in need this winter. The second annual Jason Jordan Memorial Coat Drive, collected more than 420 coats earlier this winter, according to organizer Dawn Reeves. "I want ev
- Shimkus' staff in Windsor March 25 Effingham, Illinois...Congressman John Shimkus (R, Illinois-15) has a tradition of having his staff hold office hours in addition to those he holds himself. This is an opportunity to meet with someone from Shimkus' office in your hometown. "These off
- Treadway featured artist at Shelby County Art Show The Shelby County Art Show is gearing up for another great event that will happen on April 12 and 13 for the public. Tony Treadway, pictured, needs no practice in preparing for his pottery demonstration. Tony is busy daily at The Artisans Galleria,
- Last call for nominations for America's Farmers Grow Rural Education Nominate public school districts for a grant up to $25,000 ST. LOUIS - The deadline is fast approaching for farmers to nominate rural public school districts to compete for a grant of up to $25,000, through America's Farmers Grow Rural Education, spo
- Genealogy classes offered Do you ever wonder who you are? How can you find out? Attend classes at Decatur Genealogical Society Thursday, March 27, April 3, April 10, April 17 at 1255 West South Side Drive in the Decatur Genealogical Library, Decatur. Class are from 7:00-9:00
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