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WESTVILLE-- Chris Vice won $1 million after complying with the friendly recommendations of an unfamiliar person, according to Illinois Lotto authorities. "I went to the...

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ROSSVILLE-- The second wind ranch to be integrateded Vermilion County is preparing for a main begin to operations in a number of months. Virginia-based Peak...

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DANVILLE-- An on-line request calling for activity versus heroin use in Danville and also Vermilion Region has actually achieved the attention of neighborhood authorities An...

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Events reported to police consist of: DanvilleWednesday: Disorderly conduct in the very first block of North The golden state Avenue. A man detained for breaking an order...

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DANVILLE-- In just 2 days, Vermilion Benefit is already about half means to its monetary objective to bring a brand-new hot air balloon occasion...

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Daughters of the American Transformation provide a totally free genealogical workshop 10 a.m.-2 p.m. March 14 at Illiana Genealogical as well as Record Culture,...

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Popular living past presenter, Larry Werline, will certainly return at 1 p.m. Saturday to the Danville Town library as the famous General (as well...

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BLOOMINGTON-- William D. "Costs" Squires, 72, of Bloomington, passed away at 9:55 a.m. Tuesday (Feb. 24, 2015) at OSF St. Joseph Medical Center, Bloomington. His...

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NORMAL-- Harold Dykstra, 87, of Typical, died Tuesday (Feb. 24, 2015) at residence with his family near him. He was birthed Jan. 3, 1928, in...

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Friday Public supper; 5-7 p.m., Heyworth American Horde; catfish or chicken. "Dislike Speech and also the Limitations of Free Expression"; 7 p.m., State Farm Hall, Illinois...

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BLOOMINGTON-- Heyworth High School senior Chelsea Serrie really wants everyone to recognize agriculture belongs to life. "My favored part of National FFA Week is the...

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100 years back Feb. 27, 1915: Bloomington City board got through its whole program in eight mins. Along other business, the council gave a certificate...

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NORMAL-- One of university finalists for vice head of state of academic affairs as well as provost highlighted his teaching as well as leadership...

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BLOOMINGTON-- As Michael Marmion chatted with Mike Wolf, Marmion solved a seven-by-seven Rubik's Cube puzzle in a couple of minutes. "It's that feeling of achievement,"...

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NORMAL-- To be effective, businesses need to have a clear vision that people can rally about, a magnate at Chipotle Mexican Grill stated Thursday...

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FORREST -- The owners of Haab Forest Products plan to reconstruct after fire asserted nearly three-quarters of the business very early Friday. The rural Livingston...

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BLOOMINGTON-- City locals could register for Bloomington Parks and also Recreation Area Garden stories beginning March 26. Evidence of residency, such as a motorist's license,...

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BLOOMINGTON -- Old Male Wintertime, Nature or whoever is in penalty of the weather condition, hasn't acquired the memo that March begins Sunday and...

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BLOOMINGTON -- A Bloomington Common council prospect has died. A McLean Region replacement coroner validated Friday that Sam Kelch, 72, of 1301 W. Grove St.,...

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WASHINGTON-- Central Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock repaid the U.S. government $40,000 from his personal checking account for revamping his congressional workplace in the design...