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LISTEN: RCC Photo Contest

March 19, 2019 – Richland Community College’s H.O.P.E. Club, Helping Out People Everywhere, is hosting an amateur photography contest open to students and the community. Photographs must be submitted March 26 and 27, between the hours of 9 a.m. to noon and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Student Engagement Office, Room C133.  An…Continue Reading

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LISTEN: Senate Construction Hearing In Decatur

March 19, 2019- Yesterday, State Senator Andy Manar heard testimony from local leaders about Decaturs infrastructure needs ahead of a capitol Bill.  State lawmakers last passed a capital bill in 2009.   Listen to a podcast of Sen Andy Manar and Mayor Julie Moore Wolfe.   Continue Reading

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Chamber Restaurant Week

March 19, 2019 – The Greater Decatur Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Tate & Lyle and the most popular restaurants, pubs, and cafes in our area to bring you the 5th Annual Chamber Restaurant Week, March 18 through March 24. Restaurant patrons can pick up a Passport at the Chamber office or any participating…Continue Reading

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LISTEN: 1 in 5 Americans will be betting on the NCAA

March 19, 2019 – The American Gaming Association says 1 in 5 Americans will be betting on the NCAA Tournament. In a new podcast, Bill Miller President and CEO of the American Gaming Association says that is more than twice the number of people that bet on the superbowl.  Miller adds that 2.4 million people will bet illegally…Continue Reading


Decatur Police Release St Pats Enforcement Numbers

March 19, 2018 – The Decatur Police Department announced it made 1 DUI arrest and issued 8 seat belt citations during the St. Patrick’s Day enforcement period. “Because of the efforts by our community leaders to spread the word about alcohol and drug impaired driving, the streets were safer during the St. Patrick’s Day holiday,” said…Continue Reading


Census Participation Could Be Critical For Illinois

March 19, 2019 –  There’s a lot at stake in next year’s U.S. Census, including congressional seats and billions of dollars in federal funding, according to experts in Illinois who are pushing to educate the public about the importance of the count. An analysis by George Washington University’s Institute of Public Policy found that at…Continue Reading

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