Emily Boyer

Morning Edition Host/Reporter

Emily Boyer is the Morning Edition host for Tri States Public Radio. She can be heard on-air from 5 to 9 weekdays.

A Florida native, Emily now enjoys calling Illinois home. Emily has a bachelor’s degree in Broadcasting from Eastern Kentucky University. While a student at Eastern, Emily began her radio broadcasting career as a reporter and host of the Weekend Edition on WEKU.FM. She also worked at public radio stations KUNC, in Greeley, CO, and Iowa Public Radio.

Emily discovered her love for news and broadcasting in elementary school while serving as the sports reporter for Eagle Eye TV News. During her free afternoons, Emily enjoys naps, golfing and eating dinner around 4:00pm.

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Illinois, Missouri Middle of Pack
4:36 pm
Wed July 23, 2014

Report: Iowa Outscores Neighbors In Child Well-Being

Percentage of Children Without Health Insurance: 2012
Credit Screen Cap of Kids Count 2014 report / Annie E. Casey Foundation

A children’s advocacy group ranks Iowa third in the nation for child well-being while Illinois and Missouri fall toward the middle of the pack.

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city and park district agreement
2:53 pm
Tue July 22, 2014

Glenwood Pool To Stay Open (For Now)

Credit TSPR's Rich Egger

Macomb’s aging Glenwood Pool will have at least a couple more years of life. 

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Rezab Family Prairie Meadow
2:20 pm
Mon July 21, 2014

Restoration Effort Returns Prairie Meadow to Its Roots

Volunteers planting in the lot just south of the Old Macomb Cemetery
Credit TSPR's Emily Boyer

A two-acre vacant lot near the Old Macomb Cemetery is beginning to look the way it did hundreds of years ago.

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Peddlers Go Door to Door
6:53 am
Fri July 18, 2014

Energy Suppliers Solicit Galesburg Residents

Credit lance robotson / Flickr Creative Commons

The city of Galesburg is warning residents about energy suppliers that are going door to door to drum up business.

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Education Fund
4:30 pm
Thu July 17, 2014

Monmouth-Roseville Schools Seek Tax Hike

Residents of the Monmouth-Roseville School District are again being asked to pay more in property taxes.

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