Friday, March 20. 2015
Friday, March 20. 2015
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Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police Report for Thursday March 19th, 2015
Four to stand trial in Vermilion County heroin case
New honorees are being inducted into the Vermilion County Business Hall of Fame this Weekend.
Hoopeston Police Department
Thursday, March 19, 2015
March 19, 2015
All incoming students who will be attending Kindergarten at Maple Grade School in Hoopeston in the fall of 2015 will need to go through a pre-registration and screening process. Each screening will last approximately 30 minutes. Students must be five year old on or before September 1st, 2015. A screening must be done BEFORE the student is assigned to a kindergarten class.
Please have an adult accompany the student to pre-registration. The adult will need to be able to fill out all the necessary paperwork and meet with a school representative to go over enrollment procedures. Parents need to please bring or send your child’s birth certificate, social security card, shot records (current and past records), as well as dental and vision records.
The next Pre-Registration session at Maple School will be held on Tuesday, March 24, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and then again on Tuesday, April 28, from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. It will be necessary to call Maple School at 217 283-6665 to schedule your appointment time.
State Sen. Jason Barickman, R-Bloomington, said he is interested in succeeding U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Peoria, who abruptly resigned Tuesday from his 18th Congressional District seat.
According to the News-Gazette, en. Darin LaHood is in. Sen. Bill Brady is out.
Less than 24 hours after U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock, R-Peoria, said he would step down from his House seat, two state senators came to different conclusion about replacing Schock as congressman in the 18th Congressional District, northwest of Champaign County.
LaHood, who lives in Dunlap and is the son of former Republican congressman and Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, said Wednesday morning he is a candidate and soon will form a federal campaign comittee. LaHood has been a state senator for five years.
But veteran Sen. Bill Brady of Bloomington, a member of the Legislature for more than 20 years, says he is staying there.
Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock resigned Tuesday, less than 12 hours after POLITICO raised questions about tens of thousands of dollars in mileage reimbursements he received for his personal vehicle.
Schock billed the federal government and his campaign for logging roughly 170,000 miles on his personal car from January 2010 through July 2014. But when he sold that Chevrolet Tahoe in July 2014, it had roughly 80,000 miles on the odometer, according to public records obtained by POLITICO under Illinois open records laws. The documents, in other words, indicate he was reimbursed for 90,000 miles more than his car was driven.
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The discrepancy added to a growing wave of ethical and legal problems for the 33-year-old politician.
“[T]he constant questions over the last six weeks have proven a great distraction that has made it too difficult for me to serve the people of the 18th District with the high standards that they deserve and which I have set for myself,” Schock said in a surprise statement on Tuesday. “I have always sought to do what’s best for my constituents, and I thank them for the opportunity to serve.”
Later Tuesday, a spokesman for Schock added, “In an effort to remove any questions and out of an abundance of caution, Congressman Schock has reimbursed all monies received for official mileage since his election to Congress.”
Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2015/03/aaron-schock-resigns-116153.html#ixzz3UkUdYhIV