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Gubernatorial Candidate Rutherford plans stops in Vermilion County

Illinois Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Rutherford will be holding a 'Meet and Greet' event at the Hoopeston American Legion on Sunday, November 3rd. The event runs from 12:30 until 1:30 p.m. The event is free and the public is welcome.

On Monday, November 4th, Rutherford will be the guest speaker at a Vermilion County GOP Breakfast. The event is at the Turtle Run Banquet Center in Danville. It begins at 7:30 am.

Vermilion County GOP Chairman Mike Marron hopes for a good turnout. ''As we head into campaign season, we want to make sure that candidates know that Vermilion County is a 'must stop' destination,'' says Marron.

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Pontiac officer killed in accident

* Flags at half-staff today in Pontiac

The Livingston County Coroner's Office is investigating the death of a Pontiac police officer who was killed in a crash along Interstate 55 Wednesday night.

Reports say an accident near a ramp on Interstate 55 led to the officer's death. The name has not yet been released.

Few details are available, so it's not known if last night's weather played a role in the accident.

Livingston County Coroner Mike Burke and the State Police are handling the investigation.

Flags are at half-staff in front of the police and fire department in Pontiac.

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Trick or Treaters face rainy forecast

There may be some relief from the rain for area trick-or-treaters this evening. Windy conditions are rain have already had some community leaders postpone their Halloween activities until Friday.

Word from the National Weather Service in Lincoln might be the treat some are looking for.

Much of the expected 1-2 inches in today's forecast may be over by around 4 pm. But that's not guaranteed.

Meteorologist Gini Izzi said temperatures will drop after the system moves through. He said temperatures may reach a high near 67 degrees during the afternoon, but then drop to around 42 degrees for the overnight low.
"What may feel like a very nice day early, will turn pretty chilly by the night," he said.

Gusting winds up to 21 miles per hour will also make the air seem cooler, he said.

The cooler temperatures will stay through the weekend. Friday's high will be around 57 degrees and Saturday and Sunday, the highs are expected to be around 50 degrees.

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Communities announce Trick-R-Treat Hours

* Area community leaders announced their Hours for Trick 'R Treating this year.  If your community hours are not listed, check with your local town hall officials.

Ashkum 5-7pm
Buckley 4-6pm
Beaverville 5-7pm
Brook 5-7pm
Cabery 5-7pm
Chebanse 5-7:30pm
Cissna Park 4-7pm
Clifton 5-7pm
Crescent City 5-7pm
Danforth 4:30-7pm
Donovan 5:30-7:30pm
Elliott 5-7pm
Fowler businesses 4-6pm & townwide 6-8pm
Gibson City 5-8pm
Gilman 5-7pm
Goodland 5:30-8pm
Iroquois 5-7:30pm
Kempton 4-6pm
Kentland 5-7pm
Loda 5-7pm
Ludlow 6-8pm
Melvin 5-7pm
Milford 5-8pm
Momence 4-7pm
Onarga 5-7pm
Paxton 5-8pm
Piper City 4-7pm
Roberts 5-7pm
Sheldon 5-7pm
Thawville 4-7pm
Watseka 5-8pm
Woodland 5-7pm

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Trick-or-Treat Safety suggestions >

                                             Check with your community for hours

Police say pedestrian accidents are the most common injuries to children on Halloween. Local police departments are offering tips to keep kids safe while trick-or-treating:


• A parent or responsible adult should always accompany young children on their neighborhood rounds.
• If your older children are going alone, plan and review the route that is acceptable to you. Agree on a specific time when they should return.
• Only go to homes with a porch light on and never enter a home or car for a treat.
• Stay in a group and communicate where you are going.
• Remember reflective tape for costumes and trick-or-treat bags.
• Carry a cellphone for quick communication.
• Stay on well-lit streets and always use the sidewalk.
• Never cut across yards or use alleys.
• Don't assume the right of way. Motorists may have trouble seeing trick-or-treaters.
• Do not cross the street between parked cars or out driveways.


Police say to notify law enforcement if you see any suspicious activity.

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