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>>Schock Leads Congressional Delegation To Mandela's Memorial
(Johannesburg, South Africa) -- A Peoria-area congressman is among those mourning the death of Nelson Mandela in South Africa this morning. Aaron Schock led a congressional delegation to honor the former South African president. President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama arrived aboard Air Force One late last night, joined on the flight by former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. The service started around 3:00 a.m. local time, and Schock says he is "humbled" to lead the group for the tribute.
>>Madigan Sues Human Services Provider For Eight Million
(Springfield, IL) -- Attorney General Lisa Madigan is going after a Chicago man for misusing more than eight-million dollars of taxpayer money. Human service provider George Smith secured funds through his non-profit organization and allegedly spent the money on sports tickets, bogus consulting fees, and trips to Reno, Nevada.
Bureau County Coroner Janice Whamoff has reported details of a fatal accident that occurred yesterday on I-80.
48-year-old Suzanne McIlvain of Manteno, IL was pronounced dead at the scene after a crash involving a semi-tractor-trailer.
The crash occurred at 1:33PM near mile post 46 ½ when McIlvain was heading eastbound on I-80. She reportedly lost control, entered the median and was struck by an oncoming semi-trailer in the westbound lane.
Illinois State Treasurer and gubernatorial candidate Dan Rutherford will be in Princeton tomorrow.
Rutherford will be joining supporters for a luncheon at Fitzgerald's on Main Street at noon tomorrow, Tuesday, December 10th.
Bureau County Republican Women are hosting the fundraiser and the event is scheduled to run about an hour.
Treasurer Rutherford is running State Senator's Bill Brady, Kirk Dillard and Businessman Bruce Rauner in the Republican primary for governor.
If you left your house at some point during yesterday's snowfall, you know how rough to the roads could be.
A report from the Illinois Department of Transportation says most of I-80 is at least 75% clear of snow with some parts listed as "all clear".
There are still some dangerous areas in the Illinois Valley. Road's south of Princeton are listed as only 50% clear and south of Ottawa is listed as only 25% bare.
It appears that you can put the shovels away for now, but keep the extra layer of winter clothes handy.
The National Weather Service warns of lower single digit temperatures with wind chills from 10 to 20 below zero for today and tonight.
The areas of Henry, Bureau and Putnam Counties are expected to be extra cold and another 1 to 2 inches of snowfall is possible later on in the week.
>>Be Careful Of Slick Roads During Commute
(Undated) -- Drivers are being urged to slow down for the morning commute. There may be some slick spots on the roads after a round of weekend snow and freezing rain. Untreated roads and bridges are of particular concern and may make for hazardous driving conditions. Officials say some driveways and parking lots may also be slick.
>>Brookport Hit Hard With Snow
(Brookport, IL) -- It's a double weather whammy in Brookport. The southern Illinois town is now covered in a blanket of snow, just weeks after a deadly tornado ripped through the area. The snow is expected to let up today and the high should hit about 30 degrees.
Another Hazardous Weather Outlook has been issued for Bureau, Henry and Putnam Counties.
The temperatures will be in the single digits to middle teens through the mid-morning and winds could get as high as 15 mph.
The wind chill readings will drop into the 5 above zero to 15 below zero range.
Even colder temperatures are expected tomorrow and everyone is advised to make sure you have proper heating equipment in your home.
The Bureau County Unemployment rate saw only a slight change in October but definitely in the wrong direction.
The rate rose .1 percent to 8.1 percent for the month. However it is down from the 8.5 percent at this time last year.
LaSalle County saw a .3 percent rise to 10.2 percent in October, up from their September 2013 and October 2012 rates.
Henry County saw a .3 percent increase to 7.3 and Putnam county saw their rate fall .6 percent to 8.4 in October as well.
Local Unemployment Numbers for September and October were delayed this year due to the government shutdown.
WZOE-AM, WZOE-FM, WRVY-FM SEUANNUAL EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT7/31/11 through July 21, 2012
Statement of EEO Policy:
This EEO Public File Report is filed in compliance with Section 73.2080(c)(6) of the FCC’s 2002 EEO Rule. This Report has been prepared on behalf of the Station Employment Unit that is comprised of Stations WZOE-AM Princeton, IL, WZOE-FM Princeton, IL and WRVY-FM Henry, IL
This SEU is an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing broad outreach regarding job vacancies, and we seek the help of local organizations in referring qualified applicants. Organizations wishing to receive information about vacancies at the stations should contact Mary Harmon, at WZOE, Inc. by calling 815-875-8014 and/or writing to: Director of Human Resources, WZOE, WZOE-FM, WRVY-FM PO Box 69, Princeton, IL 61356, and/or sending an e-mail message to
Full-Time Vacancies Filled During Reporting Period (August 1, 2011 - July 21, 2012)
Exigent circumstances. This person applied immediately after our previous hire for this position resigned. She had heard about the opening from a contact she had here.
Total number of persons interviewed during applicable period: 24 SUPPLEMENTAL RECRUITMENT MEASURES / OUTREACH PRONG 3 MENU OPTIONS 8/1/10 - 7/21/11:
1. Sales representative2. Traffic manager
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