Taylorville

Taylorville,

city (1990 pop. 11,133), seat of Christian co., central Ill., in a farm, coal, and oil area; inc. 1882. There is agriculture (wheat, corn, soybeans, and sorghum), as well as soybean processing and meatpacking. Metal products are made.
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In an effort to build an innovative STEM lab, Taylorville Junior High School sought the support from Taylorville Community Unit School District, which provided furniture.
Illinois Taylorville, Ill., clean-coal technology plant could be scrubbed.
The Illinois Senate has passed the Clean Coal Portfolio Standard legislation (SB 1987), which will enable development of coal gasification with carbon capture and storage projects in Illinois, including the Taylorville Energy Center.
Park, PO Box 169, Taylorville, IL 62565; 217/824-3395, FAX: 217/824-3301
Gorenc has been named general manager for the plastics-north operating group and will cover Mankato, MN; Muncie, IN; Portage, WI; Taylorville, IL; and Warsaw, IN.
He was also vice president of manufacturing at Plainwell Paper Company, Hopper Division; manager for Georgia-Pacific in Taylorville, Illinois; and general manager of Ivex in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, and Detroit, Michigan.
The Group reported that technical problems at the U.S.-based Taylorville mill have mostly been resolved but that the mill's entire capacity is not in use due to a weak market.
"Vi" Brown, 77, of Assumption, formerly of Taylorville, died August 30, 2019, in her home.