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Marquez was arrested earlier this month, accused of impersonating an officer and attempting a traffic stop.

Marvel, who isn't representing Marquez, said the arrest by ICE agents in the courthouse sends a message to anyone in the Latin American community. Last month, Mecklenburg County Sheriff Gary McFadden eliminated the g program, which allowed deputies to look up immigration status and hold individuals without proper documentation in jail. More information in our Tuned In podcast with Ken and Amron Governor Bruce Rauner has come out of post election hibernation to meet reporters for the first time since losing to J.

Pritzker on Election Day. The outgoing Republican had plenty to say, especially when it comes to one party control The event will take place on Tuesday, December 4th from Pm to Pm.

The sale will feature in-store specials on winter items, complimentary refreshments and prize giveaways. Sales at The Alcove Gift Shop go to benefit scholarship programs for students going into the medical field. That from a release from Black Hawk on Thursday. According to the release, Spring credit classes begin on Monday, January 12th and thus schedules need to be set by Wednesday, December 12th. Spring Semester students are encouraged to get together with Black Hawk College advisors as soon as possible to set schedules for Spring. At the scene, Kewanee Police arrested Sarah C. Bostic of Rock Island on a charge of Retail Theft.

At approximately Pm Kewanee Police responded to the scene of an accident in the area of the Block of West 1st Street. At the scene, Kewanee Police found that a vehicle driven by 51 year old Daniel H. Tuttle of Kewanee had struck a parked, unattended vehicle owned by Jennifer Larabee, also of Kewanee.

No one was hurt in the accident and Kewanee Police didn't issue a citation. At approximately Pm Kewanee Police were called to the Block of Tenney Street to investigate a criminal trespass to property. At the scene. At the scene, Kewanee Police arrested Candace M. Tuck on a charge of Failure to Appear in court on a charge of Disturbing the Peace. Unable to post bond, Tuck was taken to the Henry County Jail.

At the scene, Police arrested 28 year old Jonathan E. Unable to post bond, Christian was taken to the Henry County Jail.

Abilities Plus is hiring. The agency is seeking a Developmental Training Instructor. The position is for Developmental Training Instructors help Abilities Plus clients with things such as personal care, social skills and vocational training. If you are interested in applying for the position you can contact Deb Kubinsky at Abilities Plus at Treats on Tenney is going forward this weekend despite the weather conditions that caused the Lighted Christmas Parade and the Lighting of Windmont Park to be delayed by a week.

Treats on Tenney is a Community Holiday Open House in which businesses all along Tenney Street will have free treats for folks who stop along the way. Businesses involved include us here at Regional Media where we will have cookies and hot chocolate for folks who drop by between and 5 Pm.

Along the route of Treats on Tenney you can also sign up to win drawing prizes including gift cards, gift baskets, free dinners and even a Mall of America prize package courtesy of Regional Media. An analysis of Chapter 12 bankruptcies, which includes farm bankruptcies, shows a continued increase in Illinois and several other Midwestern states.

While the numbers dropped nationally, American Farm Bureau Chief Economist John Newton says the figures show tough farm financial conditions here in the heartland;. Of the nearly Chapter 12 bankruptcy filings in fiscal year , more than half took place in U-S court districts where farmers grow corn, soybeans, produce dairy products and raise livestock;.

The U-S Department of Agriculture expects farm debt-to-asset-ratios to climb again this year. If that holds, they will be the highest since and the sixth consecutive year of climbing farm debt. According to Museum Director Alan Lowe, the exhibit takes a special focus on the family aspect of celebrating the holidays at Pennsylvania Avenue.

The special exhibit runs through January 6th. Some parts of Illinois have already seen more snow in November than they had all last winter. Getting Around Illinois is on the web to help you find out more about road conditions in the state. S alone and tells the story of the famed singer of Queen, Freddie Mercury from his days as young , aspiring songwriter, to joining Queen to their rocket ride to fame and through the band's triumphant performance at Live Aid. The Deputy arrested Ebony on a Henry County arrest warrant for failing to appear in court for the original charge of domestic battery.

Ebony posted bond and was released.

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December 2nd through the 8th is National Handwashing Week and the Henry and Stark County Health Department wants to make sure everyone remembers the importance of keeping your hands clean. To put this in greater perspective one should consider these startling statistics courtesy of the Henry and Stark County Health Department:. Earlier this week Ahrens became the 5th candidate to run for Mayor of Kewanee, a filing that will trigger a primary assuming no other candidate drops out of the race for Mayor or whether anyone challenges the filing status of one of the candidates.

WKEI asked Mr Ahrens what made him decide to run and what he hopes to accomplish among other questions regarding his background and experience. Bustos was elected by a first ballot vote demonstrating her popularity among her colleagues. It will be Bustos' task to help elect more Democrats to Congress and capitalize on the majority the party picked up in the recent midterm election.

In response to her election Represenative Bustos released this statement:. We will do this by placing a new emphasis on incumbent protection while going on offense in the districts where we came up short this year — we must do both. While I am hopeful that we can make some progress in this next Congress, we need to win back the White House and the Senate while defending our House Majority to completely deliver on our promise.

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Failure is simply not an option, we will protect this house. Today on the Open Line we discussed the race for the next Mayor of Kewanee. There are now 5 candidates for Mayor and today is the last day if someone wanted to challenge the signature petitions of any candidates for Mayor or City Council. Petitions are not automatically investigated and are only examined if a citizen requests that the petition be challenged. Candidate for Kewanee City Council Tim Hamilton called into the Open Line to clear up a mistake in today's Star Courier which claimed that he had not filed his financial disclosure statement on time.

Attorney General Lisa Madigan has released a new statement regarding her ongoing investigation into abuses by members of the Catholic Church in Illinois, a scandal that is unfolding all over again for many.

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In her statement, the Attorney General Says:. Posted by Mary Kuhlman. New data out today show the number of uninsured children in Illinois rose about 8 percent last year, and advocates said they're worried that federal policies could thwart future progress. Researchers with the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families found for the first time in a decade, the number of children without health coverage in the U. In Illinois, it's almost 3 percent.

Kathy Waligora, interim executive director of EverThrive Illinois, contends that with an improving economy and low unemployment, the backslide is the result of messages at the national level. And it has scared immigrants that are fearful that enrolling in benefits could have a negative impact on their ability to remain in the country. Enrollment in a number of public assistance programs already is dropping, because the Trump administration has proposed changes to the "public charge" rules that make the use of certain programs count against legal immigrants when they apply for citizenship.

The administration says migrants must be able to support themselves financially. Joan Alker, report co-author and Georgetown Center executive director, is also convinced that constant attacks on the Affordable Care Act, the move to cut Medicaid and the delay in reauthorizing CHIP all contributed to public unease about signing up. Waligora added that when children's health needs are met, their parents miss fewer days of work, kids are better able to learn in school and are better equipped to make positive contributions as adults. She implored state leaders to not wait for action at the federal level.

So, it's imperative that the state take action in the coming months, in the coming year, to protect kids' health. Illinois fell in the report from seventh to tenth nationally for the lowest number of uninsured children, which now stands at 89, in the state. The continued discussion about the future of the Thompson Center on Chicago's Loop will drag on a little longer.

Governor Rauner is the latest chief executive to discuss selling the building and real estate, but a sale won't happen under his watch. In the new Illinois Fiscal Policy Report, the sale of the Thompson Center has been taken off of a list of potential revenue sources for the fiscal year Governor Rauner had hoped the state office building could be sold, generating million dollars. If you want to recycle but have a hard time finding a place to do so things should get a little easier.

Lawmakers approved the increase after Republican Governor Bruce Rauner vetoed a previous bill. Republican Rep. Peter Breen agreed and says the state may not be able to afford to settle for more money. On Wednesday, November 21, , at p.