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Meet the Candidates
1:48 pm
Mon January 21, 2013

Forums Set for Macomb Superintendent Finalists

The Spoon River College Community Outreach Center
Credit Rich Egger

The three remaining candidates for Macomb School District 185 superintendent will return to town before the end of the month for second round interviews.

Each will also participate in a public forum. Each of those forums will begin at 5:30 pm at the Spoon River College Community Outreach Center, 2500 East Jackson St in Macomb.

The schedule is:

Thursday, January 24 – Dr Chet Lien

Monday, January 28 – Dr Patrick Twomey

Wednesday, January 30 – Dr Chad Allaman

Each forum is scheduled to conclude at 6:45 pm.

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MLK Day
12:57 pm
Sun January 20, 2013

King, Sr Talks About His Son

Martin Luther King, Sr
Credit University of Georgia

In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Tri States Public Radio takes you back to a speech given by the father of the slain civil rights leader.

In 1975, Martin Luther King, Sr. visited the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to talk about the role of religion in the civil rights movement, and his son’s tireless work.

King said he bears no ill will for his son's killer.

“I am determined that I’m not going to let nothing get me down. I’m determined that I’m not going to let hate take me over and destroy me,” King said.

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CEO Resigns
10:05 am
Sat January 19, 2013

Keokuk Area Hospital Leadership Change

A change in leadership is underway at Keokuk Area Hospital.

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IFC to Provide Local Match
9:05 am
Sat January 19, 2013

Lee County Supports Road Grant

The Lee County Board of Supervisors

The Lee County Board of Supervisors has signed off on a revised application for an Iowa Department of Transportation RISE grant on behalf of Iowa Fertilizer Company (IFC).

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Film Festival in Macomb
6:53 pm
Thu January 17, 2013

Cornfed – The Sequel

Organizers of the Cornfed Film Fest in Macomb believe their debut was a hit so they’re preparing a sequel.

Committee member Nancy Crossman said organizers are working to make Cornfed even bigger and better this year.

“We’re hoping that this year we’ll have almost all independent films,” Crossman said.

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