6 Things to Know: November 10

 1. The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the person, or persons, who vandalized a cemetery. It happened sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning at Cayce United Methodist Church.

2. Heavy snow and plunging temperatures will hit the upper Midwest this week. Up to three inches of snow will crawl into Minnesota and Wisconsin today.

3. Southern Illinois University interim chancellor Dr. Paul Sarvela died Sunday evening. We reported in October Sarvela was diagnosed with cancer.

4. You can find out how much you’ll pay for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Healthcare.gov opened overnight, even though enrollment won’t begin until November 15.

5. Today’s the deadline for the McCracken County Fiscal Court to figure out what’s best for their animal shelter. Should they build a new one or contract for services with the Humane Society?

6. You helped us raise $254,116 at this year’s Telethon of Stars. But you can help us raise even more as the Lion’s Club will take your pledge through the end of January.

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