Jim Rossow

Jim Rossow

Top of the Morning, June 24, 2017

The Emord siblings will proudly represent the family at today's dedication of Emord Memorial Park in downtown Gifford.

Top of the Morning, June 22, 2017

Don Follis' next "On Faith" column in The News-Gazette is scheduled to run July 2.

That's if he doesn't melt first.

Our longtime contributing pastor is spending his summer study leave in Phoenix, where on Wednesday it was a bit toasty (read about the heat wave on A-7).

Top of the Morning, June 20, 2017

Staff writer Paul Wood's fantastic weekly series on area veterans — "Those Who Served" — turned 3 years old earlier this month. But it's not just what these brave men and women tell Wood that make their stories so compelling — it's how they say it.

Top of the Morning, June 18, 2017

Goreville, population 1,067 and home of the Blackcats, is going to be bursting at the seams on Aug. 21 — thanks to astronomers from the University of Illinois.

Top of the Morning, June 17, 2017

There will be more than golf taking place today at Woodlawn Country Club in Farmer City.

At 10:30 a.m. underneath a tent near the ninth green, 22-year-old Colin Bishop will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Marines. Both ceremony and site hold meaning for Bishop, a patriotic type who basically grew up on the course as a Blue Ridge High School player.

Top of the Morning, June 14, 2017

The violent storm that walloped Rossville over Memorial Day weekend messed with the wrong building.

Mann's Chapel is still standing. The same can't be said about four large cherry trees that once provided shade outside Vermilion County's first church building.

Top of the Morning, June 13, 2017

As a tribute to Tony Clements, WDWS 1400-AM will air special programming — including a portion of his funeral service — at 7 p.m. Friday.

Top of the Morning, June 11, 2017

On Friday afternoon, The News-Gazette was named the top newspaper in its class in Illinois for the third consecutive year, continuing a streak unlike any other in our 165-year history. Keeping the Mabel S. Shaw Memorial Trophy reminded everyone in our proud newsroom of the excellent work they do.

Top of the Morning, June 10, 2017

As thrilled as Walter and Charlotte Arnstein are to celebrate their 65th anniversary, there are residents at Clark-Lindsey who are even happier than the loving couple.

That's because Peter Arnstein, an accomplished pianist, will treat his parents — and friends — to a recital tonight in the retirement village's music room.

Top of the Morning, June 8, 2017

We didn't just change the look of our weekly weekend preview.

We changed the name of it.

And, as you'll notice by flipping through today's eight-page extra, we changed the feel of it.

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