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2015/04/27 12:43
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EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. (AP) - Illinois' attorney general is continuing a statewide tour to generate support for more stringent efforts to prevent campus sex assaults. Lisa Madigan is scheduled to visit...
2015/04/27 12:43
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2015/04/25 20:50
2015/04/25 20:50
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WOOD RIVER — Frank Akers is no stranger to leadership. Akers, 63, was sworn in as Wood River’s new mayor Monday, the latest in a line of challenges for the former Southern Illinois University...
2015/04/24 21:14
2015/04/24 21:14
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BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – Having played a pivotal role in the recruitment of Matt Polster, Chicago Fire technical director Brian Bliss has compared the rookie’s play to US national team legend John Harkes...
2015/04/21 18:50
2015/04/21 18:50
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Although Gov. Bruce Rauner’s budget has yet to be formed into debatable legislation, we remain concerned about potential deep cuts in programs that affect this part of the state. On Monday we learned...
2015/04/20 02:23
2015/04/20 02:23
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Crossing Home: A weekly review of local athletes in college Keelin Rasch —Louisiana-MonroeRasch went a combined 4-for-12 with a run and a walk as the University of Louisiana-Monroe won the finale and...
2015/04/18 17:50
2015/04/18 17:50
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EDWARDSVILLE – State funding for the School of Pharmacy at SIUE would be cut to zero, while people with disabilities may lose their jobs under budget cuts proposed under Gov. Bruce Rauner, said people...
2015/04/17 21:50
2015/04/17 21:50
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CARROLLTON — Silver Medallion Teacher of the Year Amber Robins recovered from her initial surprise at winning the award by Friday morning when she went to work at Carrollton High School. “I didn’t...
2015/04/17 12:22
2015/04/17 12:22
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The Minnesota Wild beat the Blues 4-2 at the Scottrade Center last night to take a 1-0 series lead in the NHL playoffs. According to ESPN, the Blues can "leave Game 1 disappointed but encouraged they...
2015/04/15 22:51
2015/04/15 22:51
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EDWARDSVILLE — Authorities have seized drugs and drug paraphernalia in another raid connected to drug sales in SIUE student housing. Officers executed a search warrant for a room in the 700 block of...
2015/04/13 22:50
2015/04/13 22:50
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ALTON — A section of a city street will be dedicated May 2 to the late educator, first black elected alderman and first black Alton comptroller James M. Bailey Sr., marking a century after his...
2015/04/10 01:50
2015/04/10 01:50
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WOOD RIVER — Frank Akers is set to become the next mayor of Wood River. Akers was appointed to serve out the term of late Mayor Fred Ufert at a special City Council meeting Thursday. Akers will be...
2015/04/08 21:23
2015/04/08 21:23
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The bride-elect graduated from Western Illinois University with a degree in elementary education. She is presently pursuing a master’s degree as a reading specialist through St. Francis University....
2015/04/05 23:50
2015/04/05 23:50
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ROXANA — Marty Reynolds is on the April 7 ballot for Village of Roxana trustee. He graduated from Roxana Community High School in 1973 and at Lewis &Clark College, earned a Associate of Science...
2015/04/04 05:48
2015/04/04 05:48
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USF scored nine runs in the eighth inning of a tie game and went on to beat host Santa Clara (14-15, 4-7) 13-4 in a West Coast Conference baseball game on Friday. The Dons (13-18, 7-4) plated the nine...
2015/04/04 01:17
2015/04/04 01:17
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It was the 71st minute, and the pressure of the situation was suffocating as the Bears were desperately looking for a goal. The Cal men’s soccer team, the No. 15 seed, was in the second-round NCAA...
2015/04/04 00:50
2015/04/04 00:50
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JERSEYVILLE – A refinery supervisor, a car repair business owner and a plumbing business owner are facing off for mayor of Jerseyville. They are Andy Macias, Clifford Coats and William...
2015/04/03 22:50
2015/04/03 22:50
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HARTFORD — A special education teacher, Heather Flanigan is running for village trustee in Hartford to bring a “more youthful and educated voice” to the board. Flanigan, who received her Bachelor of...
2015/04/03 22:50
2015/04/03 22:50
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ROXANA — Felix Floyd grew up in Roxana, and he’s running for a trustee position with the village in the upcoming election. Floyd is a graduate of Roxana High School, and he attended Southern Illinois...
2015/03/30 17:18
2015/03/30 17:18
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I could use this space to talk about something real, something meaningful, something non-scripted. Something that doesn't include grown men in spandex and face paint throwing each other onto ladders...
2015/03/27 01:46
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... 119 Pounds In 2001, Joe Dubuque (New Jersey), a future two-time NCAA champion at Indiana, came out on top at 119 pounds in what is arguably the most talent-filled weight class in the history of...
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