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WAND TV 17 Decatur
Ameren Illinois to temporarily remove street lights on portion of U.S. Route 36DECATUR - Ameren Illinois officials say four street lights on Decatur's south e
Ameren Illinois to temporarily remove street lights on portion of U.S. Route 36
WAND TV 17 Decatur / Posted 7 days ago
DECATUR - Ameren Illinois officials say four street lights on Decatur's south east side will be temporarily taken out of service starting on August 21. Officials say the four lights that are being removed are located on U.S. Route 36 between North... Read more
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WAND TV 17 Decatur
Big Brothers Big Sisters Receives $50,000 GrantDECATUR – The Big Brothers Big Sisters Illinois Association received a $50,000
Big Brothers Big Sisters Receives $50,000 Grant
WAND TV 17 Decatur / Posted 11 days ago
DECATUR – The Big Brothers Big Sisters Illinois Association received a $50,000 contribution from Ameren Illinois to provide mentors to at-risk youth. This contribution was made through the Ameren Cares program that connects Ameren Illinois with... Read more
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Central Illinois News Center
Galesburg Police alerting residents ofGALESBURG, Ill. -- Galesburg Police and Ameren Illinois are alerting residents
Galesburg Police alerting residents of
Central Illinois News Center / Posted 14 days ago
GALESBURG, Ill. -- Galesburg Police and Ameren Illinois are alerting residents of a telephone scam in the area. In these calls, a male caller claiming to be an Ameren employee tells the resident or business that they are behind in their payments,... Read more
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Quincy Herald-Whig
Council agrees to continue electric aggregation programQUINCY -- The Quincy City Council agreed Monday to continue the city's electric
Council agrees to continue electric aggregation program
Quincy Herald-Whig / Posted 18 days ago
QUINCY -- The Quincy City Council agreed Monday to continue the city's electric aggregation program that voters approved in November 2012. The program allows residents and small businesses to be grouped together and have electric supply bid on the... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Play more to the middle, Edgar advisesThe last Republican to be elected to two terms as governor of Illinois has some
Play more to the middle, Edgar advises
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
The last Republican to be elected to two terms as governor of Illinois has some advice for his political party: Don't ignore the broad middle of the electorate. A recent Gallup Poll said that 46 percent of voters consider themselves independent and... Read more
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Bureau County Republican
Without waste ...Spring Valley Mayor Walt Marini began the meeting by showing gratitude for the
Without waste ...
Bureau County Republican / Posted 23 days ago
Spring Valley Mayor Walt Marini began the meeting by showing gratitude for the many successful events in Spring Valley throughout the past few weeks, and noted the Spring Valley Fire Department is hosting a Music on Main fundraiser Saturday, Aug. 8.... Read more
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Quincy Herald-Whig
Vote expected next week on city's aggregation programQUINCY -- Quincy aldermen heard the first reading of two ordinances Monday nigh
Vote expected next week on city's aggregation program
Quincy Herald-Whig / Posted 24 days ago
QUINCY -- Quincy aldermen heard the first reading of two ordinances Monday night that would keep Simec, LLC, as the city's consultant and continue the aggregation program that has locked in residential electrical supply rates since 2013. Aldermen... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Students participate in Kindergarten Safety SchoolChildren in Hancock County learned all about stranger danger, playground safety
Students participate in Kindergarten Safety School
WGEM Quincy / Posted 29 days ago
Children in Hancock County learned all about stranger danger, playground safety, and calling 911 at Kindergarten Safety School Thursday. 24 kids took part in the program in Carthage. Coordinator Melita Finney says local businesses and organizations... Read more

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