EUREKA — Maple Lawn Chief Financial Officer Jeremy LaKosh is hoping to clear up any lingering misconceptions about the recent sale of the nursing home and subsidized apartments.“We now have three different corporations owning three different facilities,” LaKosh said.The 112-bed skilled care nursing home and related buildings were sold to Select Care, and the subsidized apartments were also sold to another corporation.
ROANOKE — Work on the Roanoke water plant project is expected to begin soon and will likely be completed sometime around the end of 2018.The village board has yet to decide how much on-site construction they want. Farnsworth recommends having an engineer on site for 40 hours a week, but project engineer Josh Harken said it is up to the board. “I feel comfortable having an engineer on site seeing that everything gets done right,” said board member Wayne Blunier.
EUREKA — Helping others was a big part of Mark Scott’s life.That's one of the reasons Heartline and Heart House in Eureka wanted to dedicate this year’s Race With Your Heart to him.“He gave so much of himself; we just wanted to honor him,” said Heartline director Brandi Gerber. “He was very active helping us and very involved in the community.” “We are in the most amazing community,” Gerber added. “People want to help each other.”Scott, 56, died in a May 2 traffic accident on Illinois 24.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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