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Blue and Red Lives Matter walk remembers IL State Trooper Gerald Ellis... [Read More]
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Randolph Street Rendezvous kicks off first of three free pop-up concerts... [Read More]
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On Friday, the Humane Society of McDonough County held its first Art and Craft Sale at the American Legion Post 6. In addition to vendors... [Read More]
For those looking to get muddy and enjoy the outdoors this weekend, the 4th annual Jeep Blitz will be held May 23-26 In Bushnell. The... [Read More]
A bill introduced on Monday by members of the U.S. Congress could increase tax credits for historic rehabilitation projects, as well as expand the historic... [Read More]
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Sink or swim: a high school physics classes had to put their knowledge to the test to race cardboard boats against their fellow classmates.On Friday,... [Read More]
The Chinese government has raised the stakes in the U.S.-China trade war.China's Xinhua News this week reported calls by the country's agricultural ministry for soybean... [Read More]
More than 807 solar energy projects currently waiting in the wings could generate more than $220 million in property tax revenue and create thousands of... [Read More]
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If you're looking for a good story about hard work, good attitude and perseverance, the last two or three years of Dylan Wetterling's baseball career... [Read More]
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On Wednesday, the Interagency Council, a forum where social service professionals can exchange information and ideas, invited Karen Mauldin-Curtis, director of the Peace Corps programs... [Read More]
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At 8 a.m. Wednesday, Macomb police were dispatched to Wigwam Hollow Circle for an aggravated domestic battery case. The suspect, 25-year-old Andrew Williams, had reportedly... [Read More]
The Bushnell-Prairie City Board of Education honored the retirement of Carol Holland during Wednesday's school board meeting at Bushnell-Prairie City Elementary School gymnasium/cafeteriaHolland, who taught... [Read More]
Communities dealing with sewer and stormwater management issues may find relief through legislation introduced by Congressman Darin LaHood, R-Dunlap, if the bill makes it to... [Read More]
The McDonough County Board voted Wednesday to concur with Chairman George Dixon's appointment of Carol Steward to the McDonough District Hospital Board of Directors. Dixon... [Read More]
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At this time next week, Macomb thrower Adam Farr will get to add to his wardrobe. And while adding a new article of clothing... [Read More]
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BOMBER USES VERSATILITY TO GET TO THE NEXT LEVEL... [Read More]
The future of wind energy in Illinois may depend greatly on the ability for tax credits to be transferred form one development to the next... [Read More]
On Friday, May 17 the annual "Cop on a Rooftop" fundraiser will take place from 5 a.m. to noon at the Macomb Dunkin' Donuts at... [Read More]
New administrator Tim Bledsoe told the McDonough County Board's building and grounds committee Tuesday that The Elms residential and rehabilitation facility is still struggling to... [Read More]
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Report calls for major changes at DCFS... [Read More]
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