It's just another exciting Sunday in the Jackson homestead. I'm dancing to Pandora radio in the living room with my daughter while my wife and the dog pass judgment from the couch.
Hall and Oates are singing "Kiss on My List," and I'm paying it the proper due with a shoulder-twisting two-step and matching finger snaps.
Getting Personal appears in Sunday's News-Gazette. Here, a chat with Lila Jeanne "Shorty" Eichelberger, 85, of Champaign, a retired vocational educator, philanthropist, volunteer for the University of Illinois College of ACES, member of several local boards, financial supporter for many local groups, Meals on Wheels driver and passionate Illini fan.
Studio Visit appears in Sunday editions of The News-Gazette. Here, a visit with musician Margaret Duffy.
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.
By Samantha Kiesel
Chip McNeill walks down the hall in his black sneakers as jazz music floods the basement of Smith Hall. He waves with his left hand to a couple of students and clutches a soprano saxophone in his right.
We were among a group of people invited over the holidays to tour the old McKinley Memorial YMCA building, 400 W. Church St., C.
The property is now owned by Leon Jeske, who is no stranger to restoration in the community.
CHAMPAIGN — A Champaign woman who died from injuries sustained in a traffic accident in Champaign earlier this month is being remembered as a woman of strong faith devoted to her family, her church and her community.
CHAMPAIGN — A Champaign woman has won a national award from an organization that honors mothers.
Gail Rost has been named the National Mother of Achievement from American Mothers Inc.
She was also named Mother of Achievement for the state of Illinois late last year, by the same organization.
Westville High School celebrates Pi Day Thursday March 14, 2013. Students purchased raffle tickets for a chance to hit one of four teachers or principal Guy Goodlove with a pie. $130. was raised for St. Judes Childrens Hospital.
The Illinois State Archives has listed the local government records it acquired in 2012 in its newsletter, For the Record (winter 2013), and they include the following:
— Adams County: Burton Township: Assessor's Books 1861-, Election Papers 1955-, Voter Registers 1912-; County Clerk, Election Papers 1920.
— Alexander County: Justice of the Peace Dockets 1895-.