04-14-2010

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OLD G.E.T. VIDEO BUILDING IS TORN DOWN

 

It’s been a few weeks now since G.E.T. Video moved to downtown Greenville and the next step was taken Tuesday toward Kahuna’s restaurant being built where G.E.T. Video used to be on Harris Avenue.  Construction workers were busy Tuesday tearing down the old building.  Construction on Kahuna’s will begin soon.  Kahuna’s will be a family-friendly restaurant with a Hawaiian theme. 

 

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KASKASKIA COLLEGE HONORS COMPANIES WITH TEACHERS AND COACHES ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR AWARDS

 

Kaskaskia College recently honored DeMoulin Brothers and Woolsey Brothers Farm Supply, recipients of the College’s 2010 Teachers and Coaches Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, during a recognition dinner in KC’ Lifelong Learning Center.  DeMoulin’s President and CEO Bill Marsden said the company is growing and anticipating adding employees.  He said the keys to their success are a commitment to customers and employees, quality products, strong financials, quality people, innovation and flexibility.   Woolsey Brothers Company President Herb Woolsey had this advice for the crowd.  “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.  That goes a long way in customer relations, people relations and anywhere in life.”  The Entrepreneurship Program was established in 2002 to honor local businesses for the positive and lasting impacts they have made upon their communities.  

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PERINNEALS IN THE GARDEN

 

Now is the time to start thinking about what will be needed in your garden, in particular, perinneals. Here are some tips from the U of I Extension, most perennials should be divided every three to five years and spring is the ideal time to divide them. To divide mature clumps of perennials, lift the clump and separate the outer active growing portion from the center. If the center has stopped producing new growth, discard it. Leave a proportionate amount of roots to crown, then replant the portion you are keeping. Remember to prepare the planting area by adding compost or manure. Perennials can survive in the same spot for many years.

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NEW COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE FOR MADISON COUNTY

 

Recently, the Madison County Sheriff's Department began using a new communications service that allows them to send important, valuable community information directly to residents. The service is called Nixle Community Information Service. This service will allow the Madison County Sheriff's Department to create and publish messages instantly via cell phone text message or e-mail, to residents who subscribe. Neighborhood messages within a ¼ mile radius may also be obtained. To sign up or for more information, go to the web site www.nixle.com. 


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