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Champaign school board candidate Laurie A. Bonnett

The News-Gazette posed questions about school district finance, communication, school facilities and more to the five candidates running for three four-year Champaign school board terms.

Below, you'll find their answers, as well as more information about them.

Champaign school board candidate John A. Williams III

The News-Gazette posed questions about school district finance, communication, school facilities and more to the five candidates running for three four-year Champaign school board terms.

Below, you'll find their answers, as well as more information about them.

Champaign school board candidates answer questions

Here are links to the questions-and-answers from the five candidates seeking three four-year terms in the April 9 election for Champaign school board:

Laurie Bonnett.

Champaign school board candidate Chuck Jackson

The News-Gazette posed questions about school district finance, communication, school facilities and more to the five candidates running for three four-year Champaign school board terms.

Below, you'll find their answers, as well as more information about them.

Champaign school board candidate Scott MacAdam

The News-Gazette posed questions about school district finance, communication, school facilities and more to the five candidates running for three four-year Champaign school board terms.

Below, you'll find their answers, as well as more information about them.

Champaign school board candidate Lynn Stuckey

The News-Gazette posed questions about school district finance, communication, school facilities and more to the five candidates running for three four-year Champaign school board terms.

Below, you'll find their answers, as well as more information about them.

UI department head already has big plans — and much centers on new works

URBANA — If you're a fan of new plays, you're in luck. So is Jeffrey Eric Jenkins, the new head of the University of Illinois Department of Theatre.

Danville schools to reduce force

DANVILLE — School officials next week have the grim task of handing out pink slips to a handful of employees whose positions are being eliminated next year through a reduction in force.

School board members will hold a public hearing and then vote on the matter at a special meeting on Wednesday.

Danville school board candidate Daniel D. Brown

Nine candidates are running for four seats on the Danville school board in the April 9 consolidated election. Here's a look at the candidates and the six questions The News-Gazette asked them. 

Daniel D. Brown, 56, Danville.

Political experience: Danville school board, 2005-present.

Danville school board candidate Frank Young

Nine candidates are running for four seats on the Danville school board in the April 9 consolidated election. Here's a look at the candidates and three of the six questions The News-Gazette asked them.