Soil conservation program doesn’t escape governor’s scalpel

By Jim McCabe on April 19 at 7:30am

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There’s more fallout regarding the governor’s decision to suspend state funds for various programs. $2.8 million of Soil and Water Conservation District funding is now on hold. That’s about 37 Read More

Morgan Cyclists bike group spinning around the county

By Ryne Turke on April 18 at 12:30pm

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A group of biking enthusiasts have joined together to share their love of cycling. The Morgan Cyclists group was formed less than a month ago by Harry Ford of Murrayville. Read More

New legislation proposes updating visitation rules for children of DCFS

By Ryne Turke on April 18 at 12:29pm

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State Representative Norine Hammond has passed legislation in regards to visitation rights for children under the care of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. Under the provisions of Read More

IC continues parternship with Ritsumeikan University

By Ryne Turke on April 18 at 12:28pm

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Illinois College is continuing its collaboration with Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan. The Henry Luce Foundation has awarded a $400,000 grant to support work on Asian studies and the environment, Read More

MacMurray plans to name new president in May

By Ryne Turke on April 18 at 7:03am

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The search for MacMurray College’s next president has been narrowed down to an elite group of candidates. Dr. Judith Hackman, a co-chair of the MacMurray College Presidential Search Committee, spoke Read More