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In Saturday's News-Gazette: Prisoner released, hot work, Illini recruiting update

In Saturday's newspaper, we'll have a story about a prisoner released after 30 years, more on our brutal hot spell and the latest in Illini recruiting news.


In Friday's News-Gazette: County nursing home, Crystal Lake pool, top gridders

In Friday's newspaper, we'll have stories about the future of the county nursing home, Urbana pool progress and the top Big Ten football players.

Tom Kacich reports that a group of Champaign County Board members wants to offer voters the opportunity this fall to help decide the future of the Champaign County Nursing Home.


in Wednesday's News-Gazette, Freedom Celebration, Troyer resignation, girls' hoops standout

Happy Fourth of July! In Wednesday's edition, we'll have a preview of the day's events, a story about a the resignation of a controversial UI prof, and a look at a Illini hoops recruiting target.


In Tuesday's News-Gazette: New guy at the UI, warm months, CU fireworks

In Tuesday's newspaper, we'll have a look at the new UI president, a string of warm months and CU fireworks.


In Saturday's News-Gazette: Heat's effects, I-74 work, D-Will

In Saturday's newspaper, we'll be checking on the effects of the heat wave, we'll have a story about the road work on I-74 and feature on a former Illini basketball star Deron Williams.


In Friday's News-Gazette: health care ruling reaction, Spalding Park plans, Meyers Leonard

In Friday's newspaper, we'll have local reaction to the Supreme Court's health care ruling, plans for a facelift for Spalding Park and coverage of where Meyers Leonard goes in the NBA draft.


Coming Thursday in The News-Gazette: heat relief, Champaign developments, July 4 events, NBA draft preview

In Thursday's newspaper, we're planning stories about how to beat the heat, commercial developments in Champaign, July Fourth events and the NBA draft.


In Wednesday's News-Gazette, health center plans, UI phones, Olympic trials

In Wednesday's newspaper, we're planning stories about plans for a health center, the UI communications system, and local Olympic hopefuls.


In Tuesday's News-Gazette: pension costs, running with the dogs, Boilermaker recruit

In Tuesday's newspaper, we'll see how local school officials react to the prospect of picking up costs for teachers' pensions, a group of runners who help the humane society and a local football player who has committed to Purdue.


Coming Sunday: UI fundraising, vocational jobs, lessons learned from tough job

In Sunday's News-Gazette, we take a look at fundraising efforts at the University of Illinois, career paths for students in vocational education and a Champaign County official who has a job not many would envy.


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