5 Essential Elements For Adirondack Chairs in Pontiac IL 61764
Patio furniture sets made out of aluminum, all-climate wicker, teak or resin are tricky and simple to take care of. For the rainy region, resin furniture holds up nicely and is available in multiple designs to match any type. Wrought iron is also reduced-maintenance and can endure a hot, humid local weather.
Umbrellas: All-climate current market umbrellas and offset cantilevered umbrellas in all colours and measurements as many as thirteen-foot diameters supply essential shade, some models provide photo voltaic umbrella LED lights for any tender glow, some have crafted-in drink holders.
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Life inside a supermax prison
What happens in Illinois's carceral archipelago ... Last Sunday I visited an inmate at Pontiac, a maximum security prison 100 miles from Chicago. He's been serving a two life sentences for murder since the mid-80s. After a successful escape from another ...
Sustainability not just a buzz word for livestock farmers
“Livestock farmers have multiple layers of environmental regulations to comply with in Illinois,” said Don Mackinson, dairy farmer from Pontiac and president of the Illinois Milk Producers’ Association. “Multiple agencies at both the federal and ...
New house bill seems good but doesn’t pass the smell test
Thomas Bennett, R-Gibson City. Springfield office, 220-N Stratton Office Building, Springfield, IL 62706, 217-558-1039; Pontiac office, 311 N. Mill St. Suite 2, Pontiac, IL 61764, 815-844-9179; Watseka office, 342 W. Walnut St., No. 2, Watseka, IL 60970 ...
Memorials may be made to the family to be designated later. Daniel was born January 14, 1955, in Pontiac, Illinois, a son of Richard Sr. and Irene Zivec Holzhauer. He graduated from Pontiac schools. He married Sherry L. Quinn on March 17, 2000, in Davenport.
Bovines online: Farmers are using AI to help monitor cows
Even without AI, sensors are helping farmers keep tabs on their herds. Mary Mackinson Faber, a fifth-generation farmer at the Mackinson Dairy Farm near Pontiac, Illinois, says a device attached to a cow's tail developed by Irish company Moocall sends her a ...