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  • New farmers market at 24th and Broadway charging vendors no fees

    New farmers market at 24th and Broadway charging vendors no fees

    Saturday, September 5 2015 12:18 AM EDT2015-09-05 04:18:07 GMT
    A new farmers market is in town, and organizer Jim Sass doesn't plan to charge vendors a fee for setting up their stands at 24th and Broadway on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Sass opened his own booth on Wednesday and sold about $50 worth of goods. He didn't think that was bad for a first-time outing at a spot where nobody expected to see a vendor.
    A new farmers market is in town, and organizer Jim Sass doesn't plan to charge vendors a fee for setting up their stands at 24th and Broadway on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Sass opened his own booth on Wednesday and sold about $50 worth of goods. He didn't think that was bad for a first-time outing at a spot where nobody expected to see a vendor.
  • YMCA targets Dec. 1 to have CEO replacement

    YMCA targets Dec. 1 to have CEO replacement

    Saturday, September 5 2015 12:14 AM EDT2015-09-05 04:14:04 GMT
    The YMCA of West Central Illinois Board of Directors hopes to have a new CEO named by Dec. 1. Board President Bev Rossmiller said this week that resumes will be accepted online through Sept. 21 on the YMCA of the USA's www.ymca.net national website.
    The YMCA of West Central Illinois Board of Directors hopes to have a new CEO named by Dec. 1. Board President Bev Rossmiller said this week that resumes will be accepted online through Sept. 21 on the YMCA of the USA's www.ymca.net national website.
  • Treatment planned next week for vets home water supply

    Treatment planned next week for vets home water supply

    Saturday, September 5 2015 12:12 AM EDT2015-09-05 04:12:05 GMT
    Officials say a next step in battling the Legionnaires' disease outbreak will involve an intensive process to treat the water supply at the Illinois Veterans Home. Plans are under way to begin shock chlorination of the system, where chlorine is added to the potable water system in an effort to rid it of sources of the disease.
    Officials say a next step in battling the Legionnaires' disease outbreak will involve an intensive process to treat the water supply at the Illinois Veterans Home. Plans are under way to begin shock chlorination of the system, where chlorine is added to the potable water system in an effort to rid it of sources of the disease.
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