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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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Fog Advisory on a Wednesday morning >

AREAS OF DENSE FOG DEVELOPING THIS MORNING.

.MOIST AIR WAS SPREADING ACROSS CENTRAL ILLINOIS & WESTERN INDIANA THIS MORNING AHEAD OF A WARM FRONT. AREAS OF FOG HAVE DEVELOPED.WITH FOG BECOMING LOCALLY DENSE OVER PORTIONS OF THE TWO STATES. VISIBILITY MAY BE DETERIORATING TO LESS THEN A MILE THROUGH SUNRISE.& LESS THAN A QUARTER MILE IN SOME SPOTS. FOG MAY BE SLOW TO IMPROVE DURING THE MORNING.WITH CLOUD COVER INHIBITING WARMING.

                                             .DENSE FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 11 AM ....

* VISIBILITY.LESS THAN A QUARTER OF A MILE IN SOME LOCATIONS.

* IMPACTS.FOG WILL GREATLY REDUCE VISIBILITY & WILL MAKE IT DIFFICULT TO SEE ROAD HAZARDS & OTHER VEHICLES.

A DENSE FOG ADVISORY MEANS VISIBILITIES WILL FREQUENTLY BE REDUCED TO LESS THAN ONE QUARTER MILE. IF DRIVING.SLOW DOWN. USE YOUR HEADLIGHTS.& LEAVE PLENTY OF DISTANCE AHEAD OF YOU.

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Memorial planned for Flight 4184 families…

                                        Newton County plane crash still vivid for many

ROSELAWN -- In what has become an annual ritual, family members of those who perished in American Eagle Flight 4184 will gather at 3:30 p.m Thursday to mark the 19th anniversary of the Oct. 31 crash.

Jennifer Stansberry Miller will travel from Indianapolis to attend the informal roadside service as she has done nearly every year since her brother Brad Stansberry died.
"I was in college and 21 when it happened," said Miller, who is now a social worker and mother. She said she couldn't have imagined then the anniversary would be observed nearly two decades later.

Neither can Julie Gunter and her mother, Helen Mudd, who at the time were emergency medical technicians. They remember the day and have donated their time and talents to help others in their remembrances since.

Gunter said they knew the sadness of lives lost from their professional lives and wanted to memorialize the tragedy in the crosses they erected and which still stand as a stark reminder of that Halloween 19 years ago.
The Families of 4184, which advocated for what became the Aviation Disaster Family Assistance Act of 1996, plan a permanent memorial at the site where 68 people plummeted to their deaths through freezing rain and into a Newton County soybean field.

They envision a roadside memorial garden. Fundraising efforts to bring that to fruition are underway.
They said they have also been approached to consider hosting a public forum on the act and its creation and purpose as well as on the Flight 4184 investigation. A former National Transportation Safety Board investigator has offered to speak.

Miller said the Families of 4184 want to know if its something of interest to the Northwest Indiana community and if an area organization would be interested in hosting it.

Miller said more about the act can be learned at http://flight4184.weebly.com/adfaa-of-1996.html.
Those interested in seeing the design for the roadside memorial garden or to donate can go online to www.flight4184.weebly.com

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Danville woman dies in Vermilion County crash

A fatal crash on I-74 in Vermilion County Tuesday morning claimed the life of a Danville woman. 21-year-old Kristian Hayden was pronounced dead at the scene at 3:18 am, according to County Coroner Peggy Johnson.

Ms. Hayden was the driver of a vehicle that ran off the interstate. The vehicle went into a ravine, struck concrete culverts, and caught fire. An autopsy conducted Tuesday afternoon confirmed her identity using dental records.

The accident is still under investigation by the Vermilion County Coroner's Office and the Illinois State Police.

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