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  • Plan A wasn’t going to work, so a downtown Ottawa developer has moved on to Plan B. Moose Cones Historic Ice Cream Warehouse LLC has torn down an old brick building in the 800 block of Fulton St. It will build a new one.
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  • Ottawa Is Blooming has invited a tree care expert to talk at City Hall this Thursday at 1pm. Douglas Airhart will tell people how to plant trees, encourage their growth, and prune them.
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  • LaSalle County organizations that work with oral health can ask for grants through the Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation. The foundation says tooth decay affects more people in poor and rural areas of the state. So it wants to help people get access to dental care.
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  • If you’re still working your way through an insurance company’s claims process after the tornado, that might be par for the course. Illinois Department of Insurance Deputy Director of Consumer Services Robert Rapp says some claims adjusters go from one claim in a normal week to several dozen right after a tornado.
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  • Cong. Adam Kinzinger says he’s disappointed. He was ready to vote for the American Health Care Act, but House Speaker Ryan pulled it Friday.
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  • Cong. Adam Kinzinger says the Keystone XL Pipeline is important to modernizing the nation’s energy infrastructure and advancing production of oil and gas. After the State Department announced its approval of the pipeline, Kinzinger issued a statement saying he’s glad to see the project finally moving forward. The Channahon Republican says it will create thousands of jobs and bring clean, affordable, safe energy resources to the U.S.
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