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Police: 'She was conscious, alert, breathing and responsive to medical personnel.'
Meet Gail Biggerstaff, a fifth-grade teacher for the past 30 years — all at Catlin Elementary School, which became Salt Fork North Elementary School this year.
The grass really is always greener in our neighbors’ yards
The investigation is in response to a 2014 complaint filed with the federal Office of Civil Rights by local activists and members of the Ministerial Alliance of Champaign-Urbana.
The Champaign County preparedness parade, which some newspaper stories claim was three miles long and included more than 6,000 marchers, was the first such rally west of the Atlantic coast
"As an adult, I began to feel empty because I hadn't achieved anything academically."
"When you go inside, it's huge. I felt like my eyes got big, because it was huge inside."
20 of 75: Area towns with more people as of July 1, 2015, than they had five years earlier, according to newly released estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Contract with PR firm was quietly terminated by interim chancellor
"I can't describe how happy I was."
In four legislative steps this spring, the bill never received a "no" vote.
The idea is to combine the technical expertise of an engineering degree with the innovation and leadership skills needed for today's technology-driven economy.