I’m headed to Peoria to run through a cemetery this evening, part of the Screaming Pumpkin races. It’s too late to register for that race, but here’s the list of upcoming races. You don’t want to miss Allerton on Sunday.
Weekend of Oct. 26-27:
— Allerton Trail Run
Think boating season is over just because there is a chill in the air?
Not for Van and Jalane Anderson. The Champaign couple is fanatical about water skiing. They ski year-round — and November will be their 200th consecutive month of water skiing in central or northern Illinois.
By Leia Kedem
So many recipes call for chicken broth, whether it's soup, stuffing, risotto, mashed potatoes, gravy or more. There's no doubt that broth adds flavor, but unfortunately, it can be sky-high in sodium. Reduced-sodium options are certainly an improvement, but can still pack around 600 milligrams of sodium in just one cup.
LAKE IROQUOIS — A boil order remains in effect until further notice for the entire community of Lake Iroquois in southwestern Iroquois County.
ERH Enterprises Inc., a Westville-based company that maintains the unincorporated community’s water system, issued the boil order at 10:23 a.m. Thursday.
By Leia Kedem
Did you know that eating pasta can help prevent cancer, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, cognitive problems and even skin damage? If it's topped with plenty of classic marinara sauce, it can.
Tomatoes, the primary ingredient in marinara, can prevent blood clotting and have anti-inflammatory properties to prevent a whole host of chronic conditions.
Carle adds specialists. Dr. Abdel Kader Jaber has joined the pediatrics department at Carle, and Dr. Jonathan McMinn has joined the emergency department.
Jaber received his medical degree from St. Matthew's University, Grand Cayman. He completed his residency at Southern Illinois University/St. John's Children's Hospital in Springfield.