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Community Forum: Miss Ruka Needs a Forever Home

Community Forum: Miss Ruka Needs a Forever Home

Skylar Dohman from the Livingston County Humane Society joins us to talk about Miss Ruka and how you can make her a part of your family. The Community Forum on WJEZ is sponsored by K & S Ford in Fairbury.MORE

COVID-19 Update–Livingston County Tops 5,000 Total Cases

COVID-19 Update–Livingston County Tops 5,000 Total Cases

By Todd Wineburner The latest figures from the Livingston County Health Department say 52 new cases of COVID-19 infection were identified in the county between August 10th and August 16th. That takes the county’s grand total of positive cases to 5,071. 70 cases remain active and 93 cases have led to the death of the…MORE

Threshermen’s Parade Moving Forward

Threshermen’s Parade Moving Forward

PONTIAC – Pontiac Mayor Bill Alvey says plans are moving forward for the Threshermen’s Parade. Earlier this summer, the Pontiac Area Chamber of Commerce had announced that it didn’t have enough resources to successfully mount the annual event. Alvey says the city has now joined forces with the chamber and adds that everything is falling into…MORE

Health Department Programs Returning to Pre-COVID Operation

Health Department Programs Returning to Pre-COVID Operation

By Todd Wineburner In response to guidelines issued recently by the state of Illinois, the Livingston County Health Department is restoring home visitation programs to pre-COVID status. Seniors who are involved with the Community Care Program will once again be able to have in-home visits. Individuals or families who have young children or who are…MORE

COVID-19 Update: More Cases Identified in Livingston County

COVID-19 Update: More Cases Identified in Livingston County

by Todd Wineburner In its latest report, the Livingston County Health Department says nine county residents and one inmate at Pontiac Correctional Center have been diagnosed with COVID-19 infection. Those numbers reflect tests performed between June 29th and July 12th. Over the course of the pandemic, Livingston County has officially seen 4,913 cases of COVID-19…MORE

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