Author: Lynn Kocal

2018 Shannon Homecoming

Shannon Homecoming September 1 through September 3, 2018 in Downtown Shannon Since 1919, One of Illinois’ oldest annual Hometown Festivals See Map Below Car, Truck & Tractor Show Saturday CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO! Best BBQ Cook-Off Sunday CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO! Carroll County’s Largest Parade Monday CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO! Stage Entertainment All Weekend Homecoming Raffle $1 ea. or 6 for $5 CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO!   Skinner Amusements All Weekend Saturday, Sept. 1 8:00 BBQ Cookoff – Cooking Begins 11:00 – 3:00 Car, Truck, Motorcycle & Tractor Show 12:00 Concessions open downtown 12:00 –...

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Aviation Training Expansion in Springfield

New Springfield facility will educate, graduate more aviation mechanics into high-paying field A new, $850,000 aviation center at Lincoln Land Community College in Springfield is exactly the sort of expansion that will fuel economic progress in the state, Gov. Bruce Rauner said while visiting the college today. “This great new facility enables Lincoln Land to train and graduate more aviation mechanics at a time when these skilled workers are in great demand,” Rauner said after attending a ribbon-cutting for the new Levi, Ray and Shoup Inc. Aviation Center. “The school already boasts a near 100 percent placement rate for...

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$500,000 Award Received to Help Child and Youth Trauma Victims

October 26, 2017. Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICJIA) Executive Director John Maki today announced the agency received a $500,000 federal award to help children and youth suffering from trauma. The U.S. Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime’s (OVC) Vision 21 Award will be used to develop a coordinated statewide plan to serve children and youth who have been directly victimized or exposed to violence in their homes, schools, or communities. “As one of just two states that received the Vision 21 award, we are honored that the Office for Victims of Crime chose to invest in...

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Labor of Love for Carroll County Kids

Six crib quilts with colorful pieced tops by Marilyn Lamoreux, Lanark, and unique designs in the machine quilting completed by Jane Smith, Milledgeville, were recent donations to the Pitter Patter Pantry. This heirloom quality handwork will be available at the Pantry for families needing the warmth of a multi-layered quilt and wanting a special hand-made item stitched with a labor of love. All the quilts are reversible and washable. Both ladies also knit with the Shawl Ministry at Lanark United Methodist Church. Pitter Patter Pantry has served clients in Carroll County for over 10 years. Inspired by Leigh Anne...

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Protected: First State Bank of Shannon-Polo

www.fsbshannon-polo.com OUR TEAM LENDING   •   INVESTMENTS   •   TRUSTS Omar Wilhelms PresidentCEO Chairman of the Board Robin Wilhelms Saar Executive Vice-President Director/Financial Advisor Brian S. Janssen First Vice-President   Allen Woessner Senior Vice-President Director/Cashier  Justin Schubert Assistant Cashier Consumer Lender  Cassandre Wilhelms Mlkar Financial Advisor   Lori Galor Vice-President Polo Facility Manager   Steven J. Wilkens Vice President Senior Loan Officer  Dustin Finkle Lending Officer   Jeffrey Norton Lake Carroll Facility Manager   Tamara Miller Lending Compliance Officer Jeffrey D. Kromm First Vice-President Commercial & Mortgage  Join Us Fridays in Shannon, Polo and Lake Carroll for a FREE Bag of POPCORN and Conversation! Feel Free to sit a spell while you enjoy your snack. Travel Opportunities! Through Our Travel VIP Program! HERE French Riviera in the Spring, Burgundy & Provence River Cruise Featuring 3 nights Nice & 7 nights aboard the MS Amadeus Provence 12 Days April 29 – May 10, 2018 Booking Discount – Save $400 per couple! “From the past to the future, we remain a constant to our community.” – Omar Wilhelms A friend and neighbor for over 85 years. SHANNON 1 S Linn Street Shannon, IL 61078 815-864-2111 LAKE CARROLL 24494 Payne Road Shannon, IL 61078 815-864-2125  POLO 21 S Division Avenue Polo, IL 61064 815-946-2777  Shannon Office 1 S. Linn St PO Box 85 S Shannon, IL 61078 Lobby Hours Monday – Thursday 8:00...

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Senate Week in Review: Sept. 25-29, 2017

Bivins: ‘Disappointed’ Doesn’t Even Come Close After being held by its sponsor for more than four months, a controversial abortion bill expanding taxpayer funding for abortions advanced to the Governor’s desk, and was signed into law on September 28. Also during the week, Republican lawmakers introduced changes to Illinois’ higher education system designed to increase enrollment and keep students in state. Another recently signed law will increase educational access for adults. Controversial abortion funding now law On September 28, the Governor signed a highly contentious bill expanding taxpayer funding for abortions. House Bill 40 was recently released from a...

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U.S. Supreme Court to Consider Union Fair-Share Case

RiverReader.org staff Today the United States Supreme Court took an important first step toward ending the unconstitutional practice of dipping into the paychecks of hardworking State employees and forcing them to pay into the union coffers, even if they are not members of the union. “No person should be forced to give up a portion of their pay each month to fund public sector union activity against their will,” said Governor Bruce Rauner. “It’s a fundamental violation of their First Amendment right to free speech and association. I am hopeful the Court will see it that way in the...

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‘I Am From’

I am through the love of my family. I am through my mom and my dad, my loving grandparents, who shared all that they had. I am from backyard barbecues, just a call and you flew, and family togetherness is all that we knew. I am from homemade soups and chilies, homemade creams, sauces, and stews, and a smack to my loving brothers hand when he’d steal my food. I am from Cuban music, blaring subwoofers always sounded like jazz. added to the silhouette of my parents dancing, all the fun that we had. I am from heavenly dinners...

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Oakville School Recalls ‘Dear Old Golden Rule Days’

“School Days, School Days…Dear Old Golden Rule Days” are here! Great family fun for current (and former) children and local history buffs at the historic Oakville Complex on Oakville Road, next to the Oakville Cemetery in rural Mt. Carroll. This fall open house on Sunday, October 8, 2017, from 1-3 p.m. will offer a self-guided walking tour of the historic brick one-room Oakville School and four other historic buildings located on the school yard site. A listing of all 106 one-room schools in Carroll County and several scrap books with pictures from one-room school days will be on display....

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Registered Nursing Practice Authority Expanded

Legislation will increase access to healthcare for Illinoisans and empower nurses RiverReader.org staff Gov. Bruce Rauner today signed HB 313, which will grant greater authority to registered and licensed nurses in administering health services and lift burdensome licensing regulations. “This will empower nurses to administer the services that they are fully equipped and educated to perform,” said Gov. Rauner. “I’m happy that Illinoisans across the state will be able to rely more on highly qualified and skilled nurses to deliver care when access to a physician may be inhibited due to costs or geographic barriers.” After the successful completion...

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Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

Makes important changes to protect Illinois residents from unjust property forfeiture RiverReader.org staff Gov. Bruce Rauner today signed HB303, bipartisan legislation aimed at reforming Illinois’ asset forfeiture system. The reforms will increase transparency and shift burdens of proof to protect innocent citizens while maintaining the proper use of asset forfeiture as a tool for law enforcement. Gov. Rauner was joined by Illinois State Police (ISP) officials, ACLU members, legislators, and advocate organizations. “Illinois residents should be protected from the unfair seizure of their private property,” Gov. Rauner said. “This legislation will enact needed reforms to prevent abuse of the...

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September 2017 Courthouse Report

Carroll County Police Report C. JEFFREY DORAN, SHERIFF Craig Dimmick, Cheif Deputy 301 N. Main St. Mt CarrollL, IL 61053 PHONE: 815-244-9171 FAX: 815-244-2656 EMAIL: jeff_doran_cop@yahoo.com Cindy Sisler, Telecomunicator/E-911 Contact Person  EMAIL: cindysisler@carroll-county.net Sept. 4, 2017 At 1:03 am Gerald L.Rucker 18 of Lena, was arrested by Lanark Police Department for Unlawful Consumption of Alcohol as a Minor. Bond was set at $1,500.00 10% applies. Rucker released on I Bond with court date. At 1:03 am Jacob H. Balmer 20 of Freeport, was arrested by Lanark Police Department for Unlawful Consumption of Alcohol as a Minor. Bond was set at $1.500.00 10% applies. Balmer posted bond and released with a court date. At 1:03 am Tobias W. Smith 19 of Riddott was arrested by Lanark Police Department. Bond was set at $1,500.00 10% applies. Smith posted bond and released with a court date. Sept. 5 At 9:02 pm Bryan J. Allen, 54 of Bellevue, Ia. was arrested by Carroll County Sheriff’s Department for Operating Vehicle not Equipped with BAIID Required by MDDP. Operating in Violation of Restriction/ Restricted Driving Permit. Bond was set at $1,5000.00 10% applies. Allen was released with a I Bond and was given a court date. Sept. 6 At 12:27 pm George T. Bonds 36 of Rockford, was arrested by Rockford Police Department of a Carroll County warrant for Violation of Probation. Bonds was transported to...

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SBA Assistance Requested For Flood Recovery

Gov. Rauner requests SBA assistance for Area Counties after July flooding Declaration would help people, businesses recover Gov. Bruce Rauner today submitted a request for U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) assistance to help people and businesses in Stephenson County recover from severe flooding that occurred in northwestern Illinois in July. If approved, the SBA declaration would enable affected people and businesses in Stephenson County and contiguous counties of Jo Daviess, Carroll, Ogle and Winnebago to apply for low-interest, long-term loans. “Stephenson County was particularly hard hit by the July floods, and we want to do everything possible to help them...

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Carroll-Lee-Whiteside Unit Calendar Of Events and 4-H Invitation

FALL 2017 Main Office: 12923 Lawrence Rd, Sterling, IL 61081 Phone: (815)-632-3611 Fax: (815) 716-8922 Branch Office: Carroll County, 807 D South Clay St., Mt. Carroll, IL 61053 Phone: (815) 244-9444 Fax: (815) 244-3708 Branch Office: Lee County, 280 W. Wasson Rd., Amboy, IL 61310 Phone: (815) 857-3525 Fax: (815) 857-3527 Make sure to visit our website at http://web.extension.illinois.edu/clw to find other information and programs. 4-H invites youth to join 4-H clubs 4-H members in this county will join the 6 million youth across the country in celebrating National 4-H Week Oct. 1-7. 4-H youth development programs provide hands-on...

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Shannon Homecoming Event Results

By Lynn Kocal RiverReader.og The video is of the entire Shannon Homecoming Parade held Monday, September 4, 2017 with Mike and Matt Jones announcing. Some of the results from the three-day event are in.  The winners of the raffle have yet to be disclosed, but they will appear as soon as we get them. First, is a report from Katie Reifsteck of Saturday’s Eastland Cross Country 5K Fundraiser. A special shout out to Hammer Family and Process Screw Products, First State Bank- Shannon, Shannon American Legion and Ernie Johnson for his guidance and all his help and support getting this started for us in our first year, courtyard family – Eastland Feed & Grain, Tom Kempel and Star Ambulance, Casey’s General Store, Tim Smith, family and friends that helped make this event run smoothly. 68 total runners registered for the 5k with 54 of those participating. Overall male winner was 18 year old Ryan Mathes with a time of 18 minutes and 15 seconds Overall female winner was 13 year old Emma Dampman with a time of 23 minutes 48 seconds 14 and under male top 3: 1st – Hudson Groezinger, 2nd Bishop Groezinger, 3rd Adrian Martz 14 and under female top 3: 1st- Ella Dampman, 2nd Amelia Stevens, 3rd Shelby Groezinger 15 – 19 male top 3: Merrick Misiewicz, Theo Woessner, Lium Popejoy 15 – 19 Female Rebecca Fredrick,...

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One Dead in Single Motorcycle Accident

RiverReader.org Staff On Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at approximately 5:57 a.m. Carroll County Deputies came upon a one vehicle accident on Rt. 78 just south of Elizabeth Rd. The crash involved a motorcycle traveling northbound that left the roadway and struck a drainage culvert, causing the driver to be ejected from the motorcycle. The driver was transported by Mt. Carroll Ambulance to FHN Hospital in Freeport, IL and was later transferred to MercyHealth Hospital in Rockford, IL where he was pronounced dead. The crash remains under investigation by the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, and the Winnebago County Coroner’s Office....

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CC High School Girls Volleyball Rosters

2017 Eastland Volleyball Varsity 4Sage WalrathOJr. 6Jordan MillerDSSr. 8Erica DambmanSJr. 9Haley WilsonDSJr. 12Erin HenzeSSoph. 13Katie KrogmanMBSr. 17Erin BardellRSJr. 24Erykah AmesOSr. 26Mac ByerMB/RSSr. 29Danielle RushOSoph. 30Shelbie PrestonRSSr. 32Karlie KrogmanMFresh. 40Gabby SnyderLJr. Fresh/Soph 1Colleen EatonDSSoph. 8Abby ByerSFresh. 12Erin HenzeS/DSSoph. 13Paige BardellO/MBFresh. 16Meredith JanssenO/MBSoph. 17Talena RogersRSFresh. 18Kiley TrueRSFresh. 20Bailey ThedeSFresh. 24Karlie KrogmanMFresh. 26Madison CropperRSFresh. 28Chloe BouviaO/DSFresh. 29Danielle RushO/MBSoph. Head Coach Kelsey Pierce Asst. Coaches Ashley Dunlap, Jim Pierce, Haley Miller, Karissa Olson Score Keeper Marilyn Berge West Carroll Varsity Volleyball 5McKenna SullivanSJr. 6Jena SedivyDSSr. 8Riley SullivanOHSr. 12Ashton WandRSSr. 19Shae WilliamsOHSr. 22Dioohnasha YazzieOH, RSJr. 23Abbi LawMHSr. 24Jaycie VankampenLJr. 25Ashlynn WilliamsonDSJr. 34Kennedy RiceDSSr. 36Emma...

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CC Democrats Fall Supper

August 18, 2017 Dear Editor: I am really excited, as a Democrat, that we will have our Fall Supper at 6 p.m. on September 15, 2017. Chris Kennedy, candidate for Governor, will be our guest speaker. Other gubernatorial candidates that have been confirmed as speakers are Bob Daiber, Amaya Pawar, and a spokesman for Daniel Biss. Many other candidates will also be there. Along with the silent auction consisting of many items, the good food and service of Manny’s in Savanna. We will also have door prizes and raffles. It will be an exciting evening. For more information, call me at 815-244-8975. Thank you, Gerald Bork Carroll County Democrat...

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Carroll County High School Volleyball Schedules

DateOpponentPlaceTime Milledgeville Thurs., Aug. 24* Scales MoundA6:00 Mon., Aug.28* GalenaH5:00 Tues., Sept. 5PoloA5:00 Thurs. Sept. 7ForrestonH5:00 Sat., Sept.9Byron Tourney (V)A9:00 Mon. Sept.11AmboyA5:00 Sat., Sept. 16Oregon Tourney (F&S)ATBA Sat., Sept 16Pearl City Tourney (V)ATBA Mon., Sept.18AFCA5:00 Tues.Sept.19PoloH5:00 Sat., Sept. 23Polo Tourney (FS & V)ATBA Mon., Sept. 25ForrestonA5:00 Tues., Sept. 26PecatonicaA5:00 Thurs., Sept. 28OrangevilleH6:00 Mon. Oct. 2DurandA5:00 Thurs., Oct 5DakotaH5:00 Mon. Oct. 9AquinA5:00 Tues. Oct. 10AmboyH5:00 Sat., Oct. 14Eastland Tourney (V)ATBA Thurs. Oct 19AFC (parents night)H5:00 Sat., Oct. 21W. Carroll Tourney (FS)ATBA Wed., Oct 25RegionalsEastland High SchoolAll Day Thurs., Oct 26RegionalsEastland High SchoolAll Day Tues., Oct 31SectionalsTBA Thurs., Nov. 2SectionalsTBA Sat.,...

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Carroll County High School Football Teams Rosters

       EPC WILDCATZ 2017 - 2018 Brock Smargiassi#1WRJr.6’0”155lbs Jayden Kempel#5RBJr.5’8”170lbs Peyton Asche#68TSr.6’7”300lbs Jarod Kempel#41RBJr.5’8”160lbs Braden Smargiassi#2QBJr.6’0”165lbs Colin colehour#33RBJr.5’8”150lbs Drew Lorig#77OLBJr.6’0”170lbs Brian Brenner#88TESr.6’3”210lbs Bryson Sturtevant#51DTSo.6’0”215lbs Travis Spong#85TEJr.6’1”198lbs Logan White#28RBJr.5’8”160lbs Caleb Tichler#74CJr.5’11”225lbs Lucas Peterson#11WRJr.6’2”160lbs Zach Lieb#56MLBJr.5’11”175lbs Braydin Preston#10WRSo.5’7”115lbs Eli Dertz#52FBSo.5’10”170lbs Braeden HeerenCSo.5’9”155lbs Nate Strong#53GSr.5’8” Drake Musser#50CJr.5’11”150lbs Wyatt Hammer#79DTSo.5’11”215lbs Gunner Cassell#55GJr.5’7”150lbs West Carroll High School - Varsity Football 2017 - 2018 Kaleb Plattenberger#10WRSr.6’0” Devon Murray#50OLBSr.5’9”182lbs Dominick Neis#2WRJr. Derek Tracy#4QBSo. Daltin Coyer#60TJr.5’10”160lbs Kody Sipe#27RBSo.5’5”173lbs Colton Ballard#13WRSo.5’10”130lbs Carson Rice#42TESo.5’6”140lbs Aiden Sullivan#21WRSo.5’5”120lbs Kody Plattenberger#9QBSr.5’8”170lbs Jacob Dunk#23WRSr. Dawson Wurster#3WRSr.5’10”150lbs Connor Sipe#20CBSr.5’9”150lbs Mitchell Glazier#84WRSr.6’0”155lbs Kaleb Hartman#34RBSr.5’10”180lbs Karson Metz#56GSr. Grant Mangler#22RBJr.6’0”170lbs Chance Williams#1RBJr.5’11”173lbs Keelin Sisler#54GJr.5’9”160lbs Dean Holm#59GSr.5’9”200lbs Kody...

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Carroll County High School Football Schedules

Date V/JV OPPONENTPLACETIME Milledgeville High School Fri., Aug. 25FS-V AmboyA5:30 Fri., Sept. 1FS-V PoloH5:30 Fri., Sept. 8FS-V StocktonH5:30 Fri., Sept. 15V Varna (Midland) Hall of FameH7:00 Mon. Sept 18FS Varna (Midland)A5:00 Fri., Sept.22FS-V Orangeville (Homecoming)H5:30 Fri., Sept. 29V WarrenA7:00 Mon., Oct. 2FS WarrenA5:30 Fri., Oct. 6FS-V AFC (parent’s night)H5:30 Fri., Oct. 13FS-V River RidgeA5:30 Fri., Oct. 20FS-V AquinA5:30 West Carroll High School Fri., Aug. 25FS -V Lena-WinslowA5:30 7:30 Fri., Aug. 25FS -V Lena-WinslowA5:30 7:30 Fri., Sept. 1FS-V Durand, Pecatonica and MiddleWCMS - Middle School Football Field - Mt. Carroll5:30 7:30 Fri., Sept. 8FS-V AmboyA5:30 7:30 Fri., Sept. 15FS V...

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Pastor’s Corner: Galatians 4:1

    Pastor Steve Cassell BelovedChurchIllinois.com Beloved Church Page Galatians 4:1 Now I say, That the heir, as long as he is a child, differeth nothing from a servant, though he be lord of all Can you see how challenging and humbling this statement is? Quite often we find stories, parables, and scriptures about how a person who was ordained and empowered to live an overcoming life, succumbed to the pressures of life and the influence of ungodly people to, sadly, embrace a substandard way of living. Here we see Paul just coming out in plain language to accentuate...

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Senate Week in Review: August 7-11, 2017

The Illinois Senate voted August 13 on a partisan school funding plan that gives special favors to the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) at the expense of suburban and downstate schools. Senate Republicans remain opposed to Senate Bill 1. The measure is not the result of bipartisan compromise and we must develop a school-funding formula that treats all school districts fairly and equitably. Senate Republicans call for bipartisan compromise, point to Senate Bill 1’s shortcomings We remain committed to finding compromise on a school funding bill that fixes the state’s broken school-aid formula, but we will not support the Democrat...

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August 2017 Courthouse Report

Carroll County Police Blotter C. JEFFREY DORAN, SHERIFF Craig Dimmick, Cheif Deputy 301 N. Main St. Mt CarrollL, IL 61053 PHONE: 815-244-9171 FAX: 815-244-2656 EMAIL: jeff_doran_cop@yahoo.com Cindy Sisler, Telecomunicator/E-911 Contact Person  EMAIL: cindysisler@carroll-county.net August 2 At 7:34 pm Steven R. Koser, 48 of Lanark was arrested by Lanark Police Department on a warrant out of Whiteside County. Bond was set at $300.00 cash. Koser, posted bond and was released with court date. August 3 At 12:00 pm Lorraine Yencsik, 68 of Rockford, was arrested by Savanna Police Department on a Contempt warrant. Bond was set at $2500.00 10% applies. Yencsik posted bond and was released with court date. August 5 At 12:54 pm Michael D. Moore 54 of Lanark, was arrested by Lanark Police Department for Domestic Battery, and DIsorderly Conduct. Bond was set at $5,000.00 10% applies. Moore posted bond and was released with court date. At 11:37 pm Lisa N Hilton 28 of Pecatonica, was arrested by Carroll County Sheriff’s Department for Endangering the Life/Health of A Child, Aggravated DUI, and Driving While License Suspended. Bond was set at $5,000.00 10% applies. Hilton posted bond and released with court date. August 6 At 12:26 am Andrew M. O’Brien 27 of Chicago, was arrested by Milledgeville Police Department, for a warrant out of Ogle County for Failure to Appear. Bond set at $2,000.00. 10% applies. O’Brien posted bond and...

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New Unemployment Insurance Process 

Beginning September 11, the Illinois Department of Revenue’s MyTax Illinois will become Illinois employers’ most convenient option for filing unemployment insurance monthly wage reports, quarterly unemployment insurance reports, and for making contribution payments. The transition is a joint effort between the Illinois Department of Revenue (IDOR) and the Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) to simplify the tax experience for both new and existing Illinois employers. “By utilizing MyTax Illinois for IDES’ unemployment insurance processes, employers will be afforded an easy, secure method to file and pay unemployment insurance taxes,” said Connie Beard, IDOR Director. “With more than 100 taxes and...

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School Funding: Amendatory Veto Returned to General Assembly

Gov. Rauner issues amendatory veto to ensure school funding bill is fair, equitable for all students (August 1, 2017) – Today, Gov. Bruce Rauner issued an amendatory veto to Senate Bill 1, the school funding bill. The matter now heads to the Illinois General Assembly, where the governor has respectfully requested that lawmakers uphold his changes. If these changes are upheld, Illinois will achieve historic education funding reform. “It doesn’t matter where you come from or who your family is. With a great education, you can go anywhere in life and be whomever you want to be. You can grow up, get a good job and provide for your family. That’s why the changes I have made to the education funding bill are so important,” Gov. Rauner said. “With my changes, our state ensures that enough resources flow to children in the poorest and most disadvantaged school districts across the entire state. And my changes ensure that the education funding system in our state is fair and equitable to all students in Illinois.” More than a year ago, Gov. Rauner established the Illinois School Funding Reform Commission. This group came together on a bipartisan basis to study the way Illinois funds its public schools, and to chart a path to a fairer and more equitable system. “These changes included in my amendatory veto reflect years of hard work by...

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Invitation to Bid – ‘Lanark Cemetery Farm’

Invitation to Bid The City of  Lanark hereby requests bids to cash rent a farm commonly known as the “Lanark Cemetery Farm” for a period of three years beginning with the 2018 crop year. Bids should be submitted by September 5, 2017. Bidding forms and information are available upon request at the office of Edward J. Mitchell, Attorney at Law, 110 N. Broad Street, Lanark, Illinois 61046, and may be picked up at normal business hours through September 5, 2017. The bid opening will take place at the Lanark City Council meeting on September 5, 2017 at 7:30...

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