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The goal is to link the trails at Lake Charleston and the Warbler Ridge Conservation Area, which are now separated by Illinois Route 130 and the Embarras River.

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Supporters are reviving calls for a Welcoming City ordinance in Bloomington that would signal support for immigrants, regardless of their legal status. 

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Decatur City Scot Wrighton on Wednesday said the city council on Monday is expected to discuss a plan to provide utility and rent assistance to residents who are dealing with COVID-related issues.

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Illinois Wesleyan University students applied their creative talents toward a pandemic-inspired goal: social distancing, but make it fashion. 

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Maroa-Forsyth Middle School  and St. Teresa High School are switching to remote learning after COVID cases were reported. 

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Twenty-one additional McLean County residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19 but 51 more have recovered, the county health department reported Thursday.

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Illinois State University is implementing random testing of students to help monitor the presence, and potential spread, of COVID-19 on campus.

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When this very strange year began, no one imagined that musicians playing wind instruments would need to figure out how to do so while wearing a mask. Yet here we are, and in order to continue having ensembles and performances, the student musicians at Millikin University have had to figure it out. 

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Mattoon school district plans to work with community partners to offer off-campus childcare sites when in person classes resume at a reduced schedule.

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Larry Lyons envisions a time in January when he and his wife, Maureen, hop in their SUV and “head south for a little bit.”

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Kurt Beathard told The Pantagraph Thursday that his sudden departure as Illinois State football offensive coordinator followed him putting a sign on his office door that read "All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ." 

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Charleston resident Robby Pender is set early Wednesday morning to run the Greenup area stage of the Great American Relay from Boston to Los Angeles.

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A temporary restraining order seeking to rescind the Illinois High School Association from implementing modified seasons because of COVID-19 was denied Thursday in DuPage County’s 18th Judicial Circuit Court.

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Located in the Luther Student Center, the new Laker Nest Bookstore was completed in November 2019.

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The early morning chill was considerably warmed at Friday's WSOY Community Food Drive when radio personality Brian Byers made the announcement that Archer Daniels Midland Co. had just donated $100,000.

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The Illinois Department of Public Health on Wednesday urged trick-or-treaters to socially distance on Halloween, while cautioning the holiday …

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“We urge the public to follow all safety guidelines and, if choosing to trick-or-treat, obey the established hours and be respectful of each other," police said.