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January 2, 2014

Hundreds of new laws to go into effect

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SHELBYVILLE, IL. —

SB 1871 Allows the secretary of state to cancel the driver's license of a non-resident or former Illinois resident who has paid off any financial obligations

SB 1929 Clarifies that the exemption from parking fees for disabled persons applies only to metered street parking or public parking areas and not to public parking structures

SB 2356 Changes the speed limit to 70 mph on certain highways throughout the state; allows counties in Chicagoland and the Metro East to establish lower speed limits

HB 2563 Any driver with equivalent military commercial vehicle experience qualifies for the skills test waiver for a CDL

HB 3186 Requires Department of Public Health to recognize applicable military training and experience of EMT applicants; also allows 50% of time spent as a volunteer EMT toward relicensing requirements and adds continuing education requirements

SB 0204 Establishes that individuals who have won military service awards can waive the Illinois State Police's college education requirements

SB 1497 Veterans are eligible for specific veterans courts if they are eligible for probation Veterans or depending on the nature of the crime

SB 2245 Grants veterans priority registration to state universities

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  • Man fatally shot in Pana standoff, 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.

    July 29, 2014

  • Drowning victim identified

    A weekend drowning victim has been identified by the Shelby County Sheriff's office.

    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

  • Drowning death reported

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

    July 27, 2014

  • Findlay Walleye Festival begins Friday

    A variety of entertainment for the whole family beckons visitors to the annual Findlay Walleye Festival this weekend.The Festival begins at 4 p.m. Friday evening with music by Jim Allen and Country Classics with Kelsey Beard and Curt Wooters, followe

    July 21, 2014

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  • Montgomery to celebrate 80th

    Paul Montgomery of Stewardson will celebrate his 80th birthday with an open house August 3 from 2-4 p.m. at the Windsor Christian Church fellowship center, 1101 Broadway, Windsor.He was born August 5, 1934, at Clinton, Illinois, to Rollie and Mona Mo

    July 28, 2014

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