GREENVILLE REGIONAL HOSPITAL NOW HAS INTERNET ACCESS FOR PATIENTS
Patients and visitors to Greenville Regional Hospital may now access the internet from the hospital’s public wireless internet network. According to Matt Buck, Greenville Regional Hospital Information Technology Director, the network provides full access to the internet and is available throughout the entire hospital building and also at Fair Oaks and at the Greenville Family Wellness Center. It is hoped that this internet access will provide convenience to the patients and visitors. Individuals with a laptop computer can search the wireless networks once they enter one of these facilities. For more information on how to use this wireless network, contact Greenville Regional Hospital at 664-1230.
CORN HARVEST CONCERNS
This year’s crop harvest conditions are much improved over a year ago according to the University of Illinois Extension Office. More wet corn was mixed with dry corn in the bin last year. This year’s crop harvest conditions are better. Corn moisture is still a big concern for farmers with corn moisture levels of 16 to 20 percent ideal for Aspergillus fungus. Grain should no be allowed to sit overnight as this increases the potential for fungal growth. For more information contact the University of Illinois Extension office at 664-3665.
CHILD SAFETY SEAT INSPECTION DAY
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children ages 3-6 and 8-14. The Highland Police Department urges parents and caregivers to make sure their child safety seats are properly installed. “National Seat Check Saturday” is September 25 and certified technicians will be available to provide free hands-on inspections and advice from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Highland High School parking lot. For more information about this event, call the Highland Police Department at 654-2131.