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12:58 pm
Mon July 26, 2010

Tye Adair: McDonough County's New Red Cross Director

Macomb, IL – Tye Adair is a rather imposing figure. Standing 6'5" tall, he towers over most, if not all, of the people in his office.

But Adair's stature and basketball career at MacMurray College in Jacksonville are just a couple of things he's known for. He's also been the executive director of the McDonough County Red Cross for the past few weeks.

Adair comes to the Red Cross from the Ninth Judicial Circuit, where he was a therapist. He says this experience, combined with other jobs he's had, make him fit for this one.

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Afternoon Edition
6:06 pm
Fri July 23, 2010

Afternoon Edition

Tri States News – Today's National, State and Local News for the Tri States

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4:19 pm
Fri July 23, 2010

Emphasis - July 23

Colchester, IL – Rich Egger's guest is Robin Hinchee, who is site superintendent for Argyle Lake State Park. Hinchee takes us on an audio tour of storm-damaged parts of the park.

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WIUM Local
1:37 pm
Fri July 23, 2010

State Announces Transit Money for Macomb, Galesburg

Macomb/Galesburg, IL – Illinois Governor Pat Quinn recently announced $500 million in grants for public transportation throughout the state. Much of that money will head to the Chicago area, but $58 million is coming downstate.

Macomb is getting $6 million, and Galesburg will receive about $641,000. The money is part of the state's "Illinois Jobs Now!" program, which seeks to upgrade infrastructure across the state.

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WIUM Local
11:56 pm
Thu July 22, 2010

Capitol Theater Restoration Gaining Momentum

Burlington, IA – The Capitol Theater closed its doors in 1977. The final movie was Carrie.

Steve Frevert with Downtown Partners, Inc. says efforts to restore and reopen the theater have been ongoing for years. He says they are picking up steam, though, thanks to the availability of state money.

Frevert says a portion of the latest round of I-JOBS money has been set aside for Main Street communities.

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