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TIAM Saturday: 4th of July Edition

Fireworks safety for kids and pets. Terminator Genisys and Birthdays!

07/04/2015

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things: Dr. Tiffany Anderson

Dr. Tiffany Anderson in the Superintendent for the Jennings School District.

07/02/2015

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things: Kim Schlau

Kim Schlau continues to advocate for her two teenage daughters who were killed in car crash when an Illinois State Trooper hit them while speeding to another crash scene.

07/02/2015

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things: Jane Corbett

Jane Corbett has spent a lifetime volunteering and serving the poor.

07/02/2015

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things: Natalie Villmer

Natalie Villmer runs the Rural Parish Workers for Christ, which serves the poor in Washington County.

07/01/2015

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things: Jim and Carol Wolters

Jim and Carol Wolters of Maryville, Illinois, should be in a hall of fame category for blood donors.

07/01/2015

Tricia Roland-Hamilton, Director of Magdalene St. Louis, a residency house for women trying to leave lives of prostitution, sex trafficking, and violence. (Submitted photo)

Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things: Tricia Roland-Hamilton

Tricia Roland-Hamilton is the director of Magdalene St. Louis – a residency house for women trying to leave lives of prostitution, sex trafficking, violence, substance abuse and life on the streets.

07/01/2015

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things: Nicole Vehige

Nicole Vehige is the mother of two boys with special needs, and she helps other parents experiencing the same challenges through fundraising efforts and policy change.

07/01/2015

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things: Sylvester Brown

Sylvester Brown is founder of The Sweet Potato Project, where recruited inner-city students grow sweet potatoes on vacant lots and work a 10-week summer job, where they learn marketing, branding, product development, teamwork, and sales.

07/01/2015

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