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Archive for May 14th, 2011

Woman arrested, accused of hitting someone with a fan

Posted by wlpo on May 14, 2011

It was an unlucky Friday the 13th for a woman in Mission Township.  Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Andrea Welter for domestic battery after getting called to her home Friday night.  She’s accused of hitting a family member with a fan.  Welter was taken to the La Salle County Jail.

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IVCH to host KidneyMobile

Posted by wlpo on May 14, 2011

Because good kidney health is import, Illinois Valley Community Hospital is hosting the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois’ KidneyMobile.

They’ll be offering free screenings for chronic kidney disease. The screenings will include blood pressure, blood sugar, and weight and body mass index checks.  A urine sample will also be taken.

The screenings will be Friday, May 20, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in Conference Room “A.”  Pre-registration is required by calling the hospital.

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Republican lawmakers vote on proposed budgets

Posted by wlpo on May 14, 2011

Two state budget proposals have passed their respective chambers in the state legislature, but only one received bipartisan support.

While Republicans and Democrats worked together on a new state budget in the Illinois House, the Senate was divided along party lines Friday.

State Representative Pam Roth, a Republican from Morris, supported the house budget plan.

A statement released from Republican State Senator Sue Rezin’s office had a much different take on the budget passed by the senate.

The release accuses senate Democrats of rushing through budget proposals that would lock the state into a permanent 67 percent tax increase and likely force higher tax increases in the future.

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Formal charges for people facing drug charges in Spring Valley

Posted by wlpo on May 14, 2011

Five people arrested during a drug investigation at home on Route 6 in Spring Valley were formally charged this week.

Members of the drug team TRIDENT says they found a number of people and dogs when they went to 216 West Dakota Street April 20th.

Caitlin Panas of Spring Valley lived at the house.  She and Matthew Persich and Andres Mendez of Spring Valley and Lindsey Roberts were all indicted for unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.  The drug was allegedly heroin.

Jermel Turner of Spring Valley was arrested during the raid as well.  He’s charged with for possession of crack cocaine.

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