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Vermilion Advantage Announces Details of October 17 Tour of Industries

For only the third time, major companies in Vermilion County Illinois are opening their doors for a special one day, behind-the-scenes look. The Vermilion County Tour of Industries, hosted by Vermilion Advantage, will be held from 10-3 PM (CST) on Saturday October 17. Tour participants may register to win prizes, learn about the companies and receive information about immediate job openings. First tours begin at 10 AM, last tours begin at 2:30 CST.

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Hoopeston Police Blotter 10/5/15

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Local Obituaries

Michael “Wheels” Wielert, 56 Watseka

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Rankin to raise monthly debt-service fee by $6.80

According to the Paxton Record, Starting in November, all Rankin residents might be charged a minimum of $60 on their monthly bills covering water and sewer service and garbage pickup.

The village board agreed Thursday to hold a public hearing at 5:50 p.m. Nov. 5 at the Rankin Public Library, 121 S. Main St., regarding a proposed $6.80 increase in the debt-service charge listed on each monthly bill. The board plans to vote on the fee increase at its regular meeting immediately following the hearing.

The board discussed whether to make the $6.80 fee increase permanent, or instead add a temporary $6.80 increase onto the existing $8.50 debt-service charge. Board members decided that temporarily increasing the debt-service fee would be a better option, since the increase would be eliminated as soon as the village pays off a 15-year loan it obtained for the restoration of the town’s water tower this fall.

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