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Princeton Bureau County Republican (Newspaper) - September 12, 2015, Princeton, Illinois Surat a 0 aunty saturday september 12,2015 serving Bureau county since 1847 newsstand Price 75ready to throw your hat in the ring packets for March primary election now available by Goldie Rapp Princeton a Bureau county clerk Kami Hieronymus has announced election packets Are now available for candidates who wish to place their name on the March 2016 ballot. Petitions can be circulated now in order to collect the required number of signatures on petition forms that need to be filed. The county a filing period for the March 15, 2016, primary election will be from monday nov. 23 to monday nov. 30. Petition forms Are accepted by mail or in person during the filing period. The county clerks office will be closed during the filing period on thursday nov. 26, and Friday nov. 27, for the thanksgiving Holiday. If two candidates running for the same position file at the same time a lottery drawing will be announced for a later Date. The name drawn first will be placed first on the ballot. Positions up for election in 2016 include Bureau county circuit clerk which is currently held by Mary Dremann Bureau county state s attorney which is currently held by Geno Caffarini who was appointed to the position by the county Board after former states attorney Pat Herrmann resigned from position mid term and Bureau county Coroner which is currently held by Janice Wamhoff. There Are also 13 Bureau county Board seats up for re election including District 2, held by Dale Anderson District 5 held by Marsha Lilley District to held by Ralph Anderson District la which was held by Steve Sondgeroth however he resigned from the position earlier this week and the county Board has yet to appoint a person to the empty seat District 12 held by Robert Mccook District 14 held by Robert Albrecht District 15 held by Michael Maynard District 16, held by Heather Thacker who was appointed to the position earlier this year after Tom Ptsanik stepped Down District 19 held by Tom Dobrich District 22 held by Paul Humpage who was appointed to fill the position after Joe Bassetti resigned earlier this year District 23 held by John Baracani District March primary Page 4filling the Halls at the new Hall Hall High school students at right took to the gymnasium during the opening Day Assembly at the new Hall High school in Spring Valley. Summer break was extended this year for students As the construction and inner Workings of the new High school below was being finalized. Students enjoyed their first Day of the school year thursday sept. To. Bar photos Eric Engel a Bailey armageddon residents bring concerns to City Council farming a harmless Harvest local Farmers promote Safe practices on the roads and in the Fields by Eric Engel Princeton a Princeton City Council members met tuesday sept. 8, to discuss City matters As Homestead festival approaches As Well As How to Deal with the sewer problems in the Claude Bailey subdivision. Council members began by stating More than $600,000 in Bills were recently paid for City maintenance and utilities and then shared the building permit report. Commissioner Jerry Neumann said 66 permits totalling about $11,000,000 were requested in 2015, compared to 78 permits totalling $3,700,000 the previous year. Commissioner Laura Favia requested a future discussion about possibly capping the allowance of poker machines in the City based on her concern Over the inadequate amount of tax Revenue the machines create. The Council agreed to tackle the matter at a later Date but an ordinance increasing the maximum number of class a and class b liquor licenses was approved. Mayor Joel Quiram said the City ran out of liquor licenses and the ordinance will add More. Commissioner Ray Mabry said an agreement has been reached with key outdoor signs concerning swapping two billboards on interstate 80 a one near Peru for West Council Page 4 by Eric Engel to enjoy the longevity of life an individual should always keep an Eye on their schedule but never be in a hurry. They should be willing to share their surroundings with those around them and calmly signal their intentions to further collective understanding. To achieve Success they should always have a Back up plan in Case their original course of action goes array. On a farm the same truths apply. Safety to a Farmer is of utmost importance. They Deal with equipment of enormous weight and magnitude and their livelihood relies on a balanced routine that does not adhere Well to Cut Corners. When it comes to planting and Harvest season their presence in the land is inevitable so it benefits All members of agricultural communities when they work together. Mike Ary has been a Farmer his whole life As he tells it and has fed his family by farming a great Quantity of acreage South of Tiskilwa for the last 35 safety Page 3 year 169 no. 109 one Section 20 pages a some things just fit How does our totally free checking fit your life Ron a heartland 815 875 4444 d i 815-876-1122 we a Kuliye la Mem j trim 00012 Quot i Bureau county Republican

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