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Spring Valley Police are trying to catch whoever stole tools from a storage building on Marquette Bottom Road. Tools, an air compressor and backhoe bucket disappeared between October 20 and 22. If you have any information on the burglary, you’re asked to call the Spring Valley Police Department at 663-2351. Or remain anonymous by calling Illinois Valley CrimeStoppers at 800-340-4045. Cash rewards of up to one-thousand dollars are available for information leading to an arrest.
Illinoisans don't approve of the job Governor Quinn is doing. A recent poll conducted by the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute shows only 35-percent of the people think Quinn is doing a good job. Director David Yespen says it is a measure of how grim things are in the state. He says voters want to see politicians make compromises on important issues like smart grid and gaming in order to get things done. Unfortunately, Yespen says lawmakers are focused on being re-elected so things aren't likely to change until after the March primary.
The state's going to court over the October 7th train derailment in Tiskilwa. State authorities think an unknown amount of ethanol seeped into the soil in Tiskilwa last month when a train derailed. Much of it burned up, but Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and Bureau County State's Attorney Patrick Herrmann want Iowa Interstate Railroad to pay for all cleanup costs and perform a complete cleanup of the leak and burn. They filed their suit in Bureau County yesterday.
The name of the victim in a fatal single-vehicle auto accident Monday morning near Henry has been released. 49-year old Jesse Spears died in the crash. The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office received a call just after 5 a.m. that a vehicle had left the Bradford Blacktop Road and struck a tree. The Neponset man was pronounced dead at the scene. Autopsy results are pending.
Logan, Lincoln Officials Hopeful Of Positive COGFA Recommendation (Lincoln, IL) -- Officials in Lincoln say they're hopeful the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability will reject Governor Quinn's plan to shut down Logan Correctional Center. Michael Maniscalco, with the Lincoln Logan Economic Development Partnership, says Quinn doesn't have a plan beyond simply closing the facility which will have a 73-million-dollar impact on the community. Maniscalco says they're trying to reach out to the governor to discuss other options to keep Logan open but the governor hasn't been responsive. COGFA rejected Quinn's closure plan for four of the slated facilities last week. Quinn says the plan will go forward despite the COGFA recommendation if lawmakers don't give him more money. Illinois Agriculture Company Adds New Product Line (Quincy, IL) -- Prince Agri-Products in Quincy is adding a new animate product line, but company officials say they don't know if they'll put the plant in Illinois or Nebraska. President Dean Warras says Illinois' corporate income tax structure is just one of the factors that will play into the final decision. He says they'll put
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