Here's a preview of some of the stories we're planning for Sunday's newspaper, including a look at Frances Nelson's new ownership, possible fire department cuts in Danville and our All-Area Football team.
The Frances Nelson Health Center has mostly been closed to new adult medical patients in recent years, but now it's under new local ownership with a goal to serve more patients. Debra Pressey talks with board members and the executive director of Promise Healthcare, the new not-for-profit local community organization that took over the operation of Frances Nelson’s medical clinic and dental center Nov. 1.
In Danville, Tracy Moss reports that city officials project a shortfall of more than half a million dollars in next year’s budget, which means another round of personnel cuts that may include some from the fire department.
If you're wondering what to get as a holiday gift for the gamer in your life, be sure to turn to our Living section. Our resident expert, Joel Leizer, offers his choices on systems and games.
In Sports, columnist Loren Tate talks with Illini football coach Tim Beckman about his team's disappointing season and how he plans to improve the program.
And we unveil our All-Area Football team, led by Player of the Year Cameron Mammen. Fred Kroner writes about the Urbana quarterback who rewrote all-time Urbana and Twin City records for passing yards and total offense while leading the Tigers to their best season in years.
There's much more in Sunday's paper.