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Yost House Museum Looking for Volunteers

Yost House Museum Looking for Volunteers

Pontiac’s Yost House Museum/WJEZ file photo By Todd Wineburner Pontiac’s Yost House Museum will be open on Saturday night (4/27) from 4 until 7 for an open house and recruiting effort. Volunteer Mark Osman has been working on the maintenance of the historic house, and he says he’s looking for others to join him. “We…More

Dukes: District 429 Moving Forward with 2019-2020 Calendar

Dukes: District 429 Moving Forward with 2019-2020 Calendar

By Todd Wineburner Pontiac’s District 429 school board plans to approve a calendar for the upcoming school year, in spite of the fact that lawmakers in Springfield haven’t issued official guidelines. School districts in Illinois base their calendar decisions on legislation from Springfield—legislation that hasn’t yet been approved this session. District 429 Superintendent Brian Dukes…More

Parents: The Next School Year is Already Closer Than You Think

Parents: The Next School Year is Already Closer Than You Think

By Todd Wineburner At the Livingston County Public Health Department, they’re encouraging parents to think ahead when it comes to getting children ready for the upcoming school year. In a recent conversation with WJEZ, the health department’s Teri Saxton said the emphasis is on getting school physical and vaccination appointments made now. “You want to…More

Sec’y of State: Pay Attention and Pull Over When Necessary

Sec’y of State: Pay Attention and Pull Over When Necessary

By Neil Doyle With an increase in the number of Illinois State Troopers being hit by passing motorists, Secretary of State Jesse White is reiterating a simple idea: don’t drive while distracted and obey laws that require drivers to make room on the road. So far in 2019, 16 state troopers have been struck or…More