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Regional Media Celebrity Interview Nik Wallenda Facing Fear
Marshall Jones Chairman of the Henry County Board on People to People on WKEI
Henry County and Stark County Soil and Water Conservation District Tree and Fish Sales Coming Soon
Sylvester the Tuxedo Cat at the Kewanee Pound Needs Your Help
Henry County Adds 8 More Cases of COVID-19 Stark County Holds Steady Again
Kewanee Police Arrest and Citation Report 09-17-2020 to 09-18-2020
Bishop Hill Shops and Museums Announce Bountiful Bargain Harvest Weekend
Kewanee Public Library to Open on Saturday Again
The Back Road Music Festival
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Nik Wallenda Facing Fear
Marshall Jones September Henry County Board Meeting
Jan Powelsen And Morgan Anderson Soil And Water Conservation
YWCA Sauk Valley This Week
Sinnissippi Centers with Andy Jackson
Brea Cinammon Strength Training For Girls
RaeAnn Tucker Recovery Rate Data Henry And Stark County
Rock And Roll Icon Bill Medley - Wake Up Princeton
After his original singing partner, Bobby Hatfield, died in 2003. Medley continued as a soloist, but was inspired to revive the band when he saw Bucky Heard performing at a concert a few years ago. The updated Righteous Brothers have been performing together since 2016.
Medley celebrates his 80th birthday this Saturday. During his 60 year career, he has won a Grammy, Oscar, Golden Globe and American Music Award. He along with Hatfield were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003.
Not being able to tour or do their residency at Harrah’s due to the pandemic, The Righteous Brothers this month are performing a limited concert series on a pay-per-view live stream. “An Intimate Evening with The Righteous Brothers” live from The Space in Las Vegas. Tickets are $30 per show and available at TheSpaceLV.com
Bill Medley has been bringing us great music for 60 years and says he has no plans to slow down anytime soon.
Mayor Mike 091720
Brian Posehn Grandpa Metal
Ashleigh Banfield Judgment On Court TV
Kewanee Back When Drive Thru
WIU Active Shooter Conference
Salvation Army Kettle And Angel Tree Kickoff
It's not just the red kettles that will be starting early however. Amber Patch Troxell also joined WKEI on Tuesday to announce that the Angel Tree would be going up soon as well. Fundraising in the era of COVID-19 has been nearly impossible and that means that there has been little money collected thus far for the purchase of Angel Tree gifts. The hope is that by getting the tree up sooner, the more people have time to buy items and get them saved up for Christmas. Contact Amber Patch Troxell for more information and keep an eye out for the Angel Tree at the Kewanee Wal Mart soon.
Blooms On Elm - The Greatest Comeback
The business hours for Blooms are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday and Saturday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. They offer delivery in Princeton and the surrounding area. For a time Blooms could not allow customers to enter the shop but still managed to take delivery and curbside pickup orders by phone, email and social media.
Quinta says the biggest hits to the floral industry during this time have been postponements of weddings and cancellation of proms. But she says they have had a lot of customers looking to send something nice to brighten the day of people who haven’t been able to see many others during the restrictions and social distancing.
When you visit Blooms on Elm, keep in mind that social distancing is being practiced and face masks are required. In addition to their website bloomsonelm.net they also have a Facebook page. Blooms On Elm is located at 14 Elm Place in Princeton or you can give them a call at 815-915-8537.