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4 Suspects Held
in Danville Robberies
VCF Today:
Police & Fire
East Main Street
Study Goes Virtual

'Phases of the Moon' Volunteers Sought

Danville School Board Holding Special Meeting

Corn, Soybean Crops Advancing in Vermilion County

Riverhawks Team With Boys & Girls Club

Work Beginning Along I-74 in Indiana

Ridge Farm Gets New Veterans Mural

Governor Acts to Protect Water Source for 750,000

Mayor Says Other Departments Have Sacrificed

Committee Backs Closing City Fire Station

Danville Police Probe Two Weekend Shootings

50th Turtle Reunion Will Be The Last One

Fair Managers Punished for Ethics Violations

Senator: Regulations May Hurt Community Colleges

Clothing Drive to Assist District 118 Students

Parke County Indiana Crash Claims a Life

'Y-Achievers' Coming to Danville Family YMCA

Emerald Ash Borer Found in More C. Illinois Counties

EPA Hosts Public Hearing on Hegeler Clean-Up

AMBUCS Camp Giving Kids Some Thrills

Unemployment Improves Slightly in Vermilion County

Fall - Winter Events Coming to Downtown Danville

Community Action Agency Gets New CEO

New Law Aims to Fight Illinois Flooding

Coal Mine Simulator Breaks Ground in Harrisburg

Governor, Rauner Differ on Sales Taxes on Services

Murder Charges Expected in Danville Shooting

Work on New County Budget Progressing

County Continuing to Upgrade Facilities

Downtown Farmers Market Procedures Changing

IDNR Announces Deer Hunting Changes

Special Patrols Helping to Reduce Crime

Governor Signs Road Construction Bill

'Help Wanted' Signs Stir Excitement in Danville

Fatal Crash Has Governor Talking About Safety

Crash Victims Identified as Urbana Residents

Governor Acts to Protect Mahomet Aquifer

Governor Attacks Opponents Budget Proposal

Defendant Sentenced in Animal Cruelty Case

Murder Charges Dropped in Danville Shooting

Great Blue Heron 'Adopts' Local Swans

Danville Church Recovery Effort Advancing

Local Landfill Expected to Last 18 More Years

Parents Reminded About New Dress Policy

2014 Dustbowl Underway With New Host

Hoose to Join DACC Board of Trustees

Rep. Davis Reacts to Commercial Airline Attack

Local Man Gets 15 Year Sentence in Home Invasion

Illinois' Unemployment Rate Falls to 7.1 Percent

Work Around Local Schools Advancing Over Summer

Rauner Wants Sales Tax Hike, Income Tax Decrease

Potomac Woman Dies Following Single-Vehicle Crash

DACC Board Chair Receives Statewide Award

Salary Hikes Spark Debate in Danville

Newsmakers for 7-30 with Kim Norton
Newsmakers for 7-28 with Dan Chappell form FCA
Newsmakers for 7-25 with Sarah Hunt on her recent Japan trip and Kiwanis
Newsmakers for 7-24 with Sean McBride on the Kaitlyn Foster Childrens Fund event
WDAN Master Gardeners - July 23
Newsmakers for 7-23 with Vermilion County Board Chairman Gary Weinard
Newsmakers for 7-22 with Beth and Alex Neuhoff and Mike Hulvey
Eric Loy talks with Roxy Reed on the upcoming 5th Annual CASA Royal Ball
Newsmakers for 7-21 with David Woodrow
Eric Loy talks with Lauren Smith, Ashton Thompson and Noah Acree on the DLO Yout
Newsmakers for 7-15 with Vermilion County Truancy Officer Tricia Keith
Newsmakers for 7-14 with David Woodrow on "Ring of Fire"
WDAN Sports Talk - July 12
Newsmakers for 7-11 from the Vermilion Advantage Golf Outing
Newsmakers for 7-10 with Sue Richter from the Vermilion County Museum
Newsmakers for 7-9 on Project Success of Vermilion County
Newsmakers for 7-8 with Rep. Chad Hays
Newsmakers for 7-8 with Rep. Chad Hays
Newsmakers for 7-7 with Jennifer Woodrow and Julia Megan Sullivan on upcoming Be
Newsmakers for 7-7 with Jennifer Woodrow and Julia Megan Sullivan on upcoming Be
Newsmakers for 6-30 with Jeanne Mulvaney from the United Way
Newsmakers for 6-27 with Japhet Rivera CEO of the Illiana VA Health Care System
Newsmakers for 6-26 with Danville Mayor Scott Eisenhauer
WDAN's Sports Talk from June 21
WDAN Sports Talk from June 14
WDAN Sports Talk - June 7
Newsmakers for 6-25 on the First Presbyterian Church's Summer Work Camp program
Newsmakers for 6-24 on Sleepy Creek Vineyards
Newsmakers for 6-23 with the 2013 Vermilion County Fair Queen and Jr. Queen
Newsmakers for 6-20 with Mike Harmon and Andrea Calamari about Arts in the Park

Danville Dans Baseball

The Danville Dans take on Hannibal tonight at 6:30pm at Danville Stadium. Listen to coverage online.  Click for details.

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YMCA Swim Classes

The Danville Family YMCA is offering a variety of swim classes for all ages. Each session is 6 weeks long with one class per week. Some of our classes include: Parent / Child classes; Preschool level classes; School age classes; Private and semi-private lessons. Sign up begins July 14 at the YMCA or online at

VBS at Crossroad Christian Church

Crossroads Christian Church, 3613 N Vermilion St, will be having it’s VBS “SHINE – Crowns of Heaven”, August 3 – 8 from 6:00 – 8:15 pm. Ages are Pre-K through Grade 5. Please call Brian Carpenter or Kathy Robinson at 217-443-4323 with any questions.

Basket Raffle

Bismarck Women's Club will be having a basket raffle in conjunction with the Bismarck Lions Club Fish Fry, Saturday, August 2 at Bismarck High School from 3:30p - 7:30p. Tickets may be purchased; $1 for one ticket or 6 tickets for $5. Proceeds from the raffle will go towards community projects and scholarships.  

Adult Flag Football Tournament

The YMCA is now accepting applications from men and women ages 18 and up for its Adult Flag Football Tournament which runs August 8 and 9. The cost to participate in the tournament is $250 per team. The winning team will receive a cash prize. Registration is open until August 6 at the Danville Family YMCA or online at

Republican Women's Club Meeting

Vermilion County Republican Women's Club Meeting: 1:30 pm, Friday, August 8, 2014. Guest speaker: Chad Hays, Representative 104 District, IL General Assembly. Danville Public Library, 319 N. Vermilion St., Danville. Public invited.

Cheeseburgers and Fun

2014 Cheeseburgers and Fun:  Saturday, August 9 at the Bunker Hill Historic Area at Kennekuk County Park, sponsored by the Vermilion County Conservation District Foundation. Free admission for a day of music, the annual Bunker Hill Run, sponsored by five area car and tractor clubs, food vendors and the VCCD Foundation Cheeseburgers beginning at 4 pm. For details visit

East Park Church of Christ VBS

East Park Church of Christ presents “Biblebook Friends”. Super Saturday VBS – Saturday, August 16, 2014 9am – 1pm. All kids ages 3 thru Grade 5 welcome! East Park Church of Christ, 1224 E Voorhees in Danville 442-2386.

Garage Sales

The Village Of Muncie, IL will hold their Village Garage Sale date on Saturday, August 16th beginning at 8am.

Raffle Drawing for Matt Hoffman Benefit

As a way to donate to the “Matt Hoffman Benefit”, call 497-2208 and purchase raffle tickets to win admission for 4 people to the Slang Metalfest on Saturday, August 23. Tickets are $1 each or 6/$5. Drawing will be held Thursday, August 21 at the Westville American Legion.

YMCA to host Punt, Pass or Kick Competition

The Danville Family YMCA will host an NFL Punt, Pass or Kick Competition on Saturday, August 30, 2014 beginning at 1:00 pm at the Wayland Athletic Complex (Danville High School). The event is free and open to the public. To register, visit the YMCA website at

New Information for Downtown Danville Farmer's Market

The 2014 Downtown Danville Farmers’ Market will be every Tuesday and Saturday, beginning May 17, 2014, through Oct. 4, 2014; from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays at the Danville Public Library through a partnership between the library and Downtown Danville, Inc.
 DDI is the contact for any additional information, and forms and guidelines can be downloaded at

Matt Hoffman Benefit

Matt Hoffman Benefit – Saturday, September 6, 2014 1 pm at the Westville American Legion. 50/50 auction, spaghetti dinner, bake sale, silent auction. Meal tickets $6.00 or two for $10.00. Kids Day Sunday, September 7 1:00 pm at Cloud 9. Games, face painting, bake sale, car show. Hot dogs, chips & a drink $2.00.

Sookarry Adoption Fundraiser

Sponsor a puzzle piece for $10 and be entered into our raffle for 30 fabulous prizes! Every prize has a value of $20 or higher. Top Prize: $500; Second  Prize: $250; Third Prize: $100; Fourth Prize: $50. Lots of other great prizes including original artwork by local artists, gift certificates from local businesses and handmade silver and gold jewelry by Liz Sookarry. Puzzle pieces may be purchased from the Country Store Health Foods, 3618 N Vermilion St, Danville. Please contact Liz Sookarry at 217-799-7480 for more information.

Discover the Forest

Did you know that 88% of kids today say they like being in nature, and 79% wish they could spend more time there? Time spent in nature gives children the ability to explore and engage in unstructured and adventurous play, and encourages imagination and discovery. Nature also gives families a place where they can escape from the daily routine, unplug and reconnect with each other in the great outdoors. Please support this campaign and help us encourage families to get back outdoors by visiting

Hercules (2014)

Chinese Chicken Lays Monster Egg

Gardner Robs A Hit With Great Sliding Catch

Cats Scratching