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Hoopeston Area HS Cheerleaders raising Money for Tornado Victims

The Hoopeston Area High School Cheerleaders have place jars in local businesses around Hoopeston to help raise money for tornado victims.

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Iroqouis County Sheriff’s Police Report

News Release
November 26, 2013

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IDOT Thanksgiving Family Health History Day

Thanksgiving is Family Health History Day

              Knowing your risks today can lead to a healthier

              SPRINGFIELD – As many families gather for
              Thanksgiving, the conversation often drifts toward
              talking about traits and characteristics that run in
              their family, such as eye and hair color.  This year,
              Illinois Department of Public Health Director Dr.
              LaMar Hasbrouck encourages families to also talk
              about health conditions that run in the family as
              part of the Nation’s 10th annual Family Health
              History Day.

              “Diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer
              can run in families,” said Dr. Hasbrouck.  “While you
              can’t change your family health history, you can take
              steps to reduce your disease risk.  Knowing your
              family health history can help you and your health
              care provider predict your risk for health problems
              and identify screening and treatment options.  It is
              also a good time to talk with your family about
              health insurance and coverage of many inherited
              health conditions under the Affordable Care Act.”

              Under the Affordable Care Act (visit
    , many preventive
              screenings will be covered, allowing health care
              providers to diagnose health problems in the early
              stages when they are easier to treat.

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IDOT Thanksgiving Release

Illinois Law Enforcement to Crack Down on Front and
              Back Seat Belt Law Violators
              “Click it or Ticket” Thanksgiving Holiday Campaign
              Begins; Data Shows more Back Seat Passengers Need to
              Buckle Up

              CHICAGO – The Illinois Department of Transportation
              (IDOT) today announced that the Illinois State Police
              (ISP) and more than 200 local police departments will
              be out in full force before and during the
              Thanksgiving holiday to crack down on motorists not
              buckling their seatbelts or driving under the
              influence. The stepped up effort, during one of the
              heaviest travel seasons of the year, is a part of the
              national “Click It or Ticket” campaign, which is
              geared towards saving lives by encouraging seat belt
              usage by every motorist in every seating position.

              This end of the year push comes as Illinois’
              year-to-date motor vehicle fatalities are about 4
              percent higher than this time last year, and also on
              the heels of data showing too few passengers are
              complying with the backseat belt law, enacted in

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IDOT Thanksgiving Holiday Road Closures

IDOT Suspends Non-Emergency Roadwork to Improve
              Traffic Flow during Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

              Agency Details Lane Closures to Aid Motorists’ Travel

              SPRINGFIELD - With thousands of motorists expected to
              travel on state roadways during the Thanksgiving
              holiday, the Illinois Department of Transportation
              (IDOT) announced today that non-emergency roadwork
              will be suspended, where possible, to reduce
              congestion and improve traffic flow. IDOT also
              provided advance notice of lane closures that will be
              in place for the holiday weekend to aid motorists’
              travel plans and boost safety.
              “With the heavy traffic anticipated for the holiday
              weekend, IDOT will suspend all non-emergency road
              work on state roadways, where possible, to improve
              traffic flow and help ensure a smooth commute,” said
              Illinois Transportation Secretary Ann L. Schneider.
              “Motorists are encouraged to buckle up in every
              seating position, obey the posted speed limit and
              drive sober.”

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IDOT Deer vs Vehicle

      Illinois Vehicle Deer Crash Fatalities, Injuries
              Decline; McHenry County Added to Top 10 List for Deer
              IDOT, IDNR Urge Motorists to Drive Defensively and Be
              Alert for Wildlife on Illinois Roads
              SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Department of
              Transportation (IDOT) and the Illinois Department of
              Natural Resources (IDNR) today announced that fatal
              crashes, injuries and the number of motorists killed
              in crashes involving deer declined in 2012. IDOT and
              IDNR also reminded motorists to once again be alert
              for deer along roadways during one of the most active
              periods of the year for wildlife activity.

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Hoopeston Police Department Report

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Hoopeston Police Department Report

Monday, November 25, 2013

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Hoopeston Police Department Weekend Report

Friday, November 22, 2013
Saturday, November 23, 2013
Sunday, November 24, 2013

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Discussion of Future of Danville Dams

DANVILLE — At the first meeting Tuesday night where the public and aldermen have a chance to discuss the proposed dam removals prior to a final city council vote, three residents spoke and city officials handed out summer/fall photos of the dams and offered aldermen the chance to see the dams in person.
Members of the city council’s Public Works Committee heard from three residents about the dams.

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