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Salute to veterans: Music helped save the day

Military band assignment didn't always keep Hodges out of harm's way.

Salute to veterans: Music helped save the day
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Tom Kacich: Champaign campaign tops six-figure mark

Tom Kacich: Champaign campaign tops six-figure mark

The four candidates in Champaign's race for mayor have raised a combined $111,344.

Are We There Yet?

We meet again, Mickey

Chaperoning a bus full of kids to Disney World was fun, exhausting and so much more

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Jim Dey: Senate race starts quietly in Illinois

Jim Dey: Senate race starts quietly in Illinois

Duckworth enters; others may follow.

A & E

Ask Mimi, March 29, 2015

Ask Mimi, March 29, 2015

From Hatch to the Illinois Arts Council - and Bruce Rauner - to the growing fame of the Eric Show, Melissa "Mimi" Merli's got your answers.

Top News

Wed, 04/01/2015 - 7:00am

'Her classroom is full of joy and enthusiasm'

'Her classroom is full of joy and enthusiasm'

Meet the 2015 David Fields Exxcellence in Teaching honorees. Here: Carolyn Dupree.


Wed, 04/01/2015 - 7:00am

School board candidate Lee: Central discussion not new

School board candidate Lee: Central discussion not new

In six days, Kerris Lee will find out whether he'll keep his seat on the Unit 4 school board.


Wed, 04/01/2015 - 7:00am

UI Ice Arena to stay open for summer

UI Ice Arena to stay open for summer

The University of Illinois Ice Arena is a cool place to hang.


Wed, 04/01/2015 - 7:00am

CASA seeks volunteers; training starts soon

 An agency that assists abused and neglected children in court in Champaign County is in need of volunteers.


Tue, 03/31/2015 - 9:33pm

Savoy residents ponder mystery of garage doors

Savoy residents ponder mystery of garage doors

"A garage door man was looking at a garage across the street and couldn't find a hardware reason for it."


Wed, 04/01/2015 - 6:00am

Top of the Morning, April 1, 2015

Top of the Morning,  April 1, 2015

"My mom would have loved this."


Tue, 03/31/2015 - 4:25pm

Salaita lawyers: 'No doubt' that UI, prof had agreement for employment

Salaita lawyers: 'No doubt' that UI, prof had agreement for employment

Lawyers for embattled Professor Steven Salaita have fired the latest round in his employment lawsuit against the University of Illinois, rebutting the UI's motion to dismiss the case.


 

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