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Arcola Nazi Flags100114

Arcola residents have been bothered by what they call an eye sore. Up until this morning, one resident in a small cul-de-sac area called Bailey Meadows in Arcola has been hanging not one, but two Nazi flags. Neighbor Sally Bibby says looking at the flags the past couple of months made her sick, and she's glad, at least for today they are gone. ... READ MORE >>

Rural Intersections 092914

It's that time of year again where the crops grow taller and the accidents become more frequent. News Watch's Brittany Borthwick spent the day in Coles County talking to drivers who say tall corn has always been a problem. Humbolt resident Harold Good said he has been driving the rural roads for over a decade, and he sees countless accidents. Officials say tall corn was a factor in an accident ... READ MORE >>

Marshall Truck Stop

Construction for a full-service truck stop in Marshall is underway! The ground is being leveled for the site of the 6.2 million dollar facility set to be built just north of the I-70 exit. The idea of a truck stop in this location is receiving support from locals and semi-truck drivers alike! Bishop says that of the 20,000 cars that pass through Marshall on I-70 every day, only about 100 pull off ... READ MORE >>

Marshall Truck Stop

Construction for a full-service truck stop in Marshall is underway!
The ground is being leveled for the site of the 6.2 million dollar facility set to be built just north of the I-70 exit.
The idea of a truck stop in this location is receiving support from locals and semi-truck drivers alike!
Bishop says that of the 20,000 c ... READ MORE >>

Harvest Underway 09/25/14

Harvest is in full swing in Coles County and farmers on both sides of Route 16 say they're pleased with their results so far. Thanks to the beautiful weather we've been having in central Illinois farmers are wasting no time getting their corn out of the fields and in to market as quick as they can. While a record breaking year is favorable for some farmers. Metzger says the issue they'll deal with ... READ MORE >>