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3:28 pm
Sun November 27, 2005

Local Communities Look To Upgrade Sewers

Keokuk, IA – Several communities within the Tri State region are looking for grant money to upgrade their sewer systems. Keokuk is applying for a $520,000 state grant to remove and replace the Bank Street Lift Station. Public Works Director Bill Richards says the station is nearly 50 years old and is in need or repairs. He says the city would also use the money to eliminate 3 combined sewer overflows from the Victory Park area. Keokuk's local match would be $100,000 dollars.

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WIUM Local
3:15 pm
Sun November 27, 2005

More Art Created at Project Insight

Macomb, IL – The students at Project Insight have designed and created a mandala, which is a geometric symbol of the universe. The piece is on the resurfaced asphalt behind the Project Insight building in Macomb. Student Shasha Guilliams says it will provide a perfect outlet for stress. Project Insight is part of the West-Central Special Education Cooperative. It provides low-incident services for students from five counties.

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Emphasis
3:07 pm
Sun November 27, 2005

Emphasis

November 24, 2005 – Don Johnson talks to Robert Elliott, who is Commander of Illinois State Police District 14.

WIUM Local
4:52 pm
Fri November 25, 2005

LaHarpe Produces First Promotional Brochure

LaHarpe, IL – Two business groups in LaHarpe have cooperated on the town's first business and tourism brochure. Designer Jenny Little says the Golden Rule Club and the town's Economic Development Association sponsored the project. Little says the brochure will first be distributed at the downtown Santa Claus parade. Then it will go to tourism brochure racks throughout the Tri-State area. She says arrangements have already been made to have it on display in Quincy and Carthage.

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WIUM Local
4:52 pm
Fri November 25, 2005

LaHarpe Produces First Promotional Brochure

LaHarpe, IL – Two business groups in LaHarpe have cooperated on the town's first business and tourism brochure. Designer Jenny Little says the Golden Rule Club and the town's Economic Development Association sponsored the project. Little says the brochure will first be distributed at the downtown Santa Claus parade. Then it will go to tourism brochure racks throughout the Tri-State area. She says arrangements have already been made to have it on display in Quincy and Carthage.

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