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RANTOUL — Students at Northview School were given the opportunity to receive counseling this week following the unexpected death of a staff member.
Anna Ferguson, 29, died of a brain aneurysm Feb. 12 at Carle Foundation Hospital, Urbana, said Rantoul City Schools Lead Administrator Jennifer Ernst.
TUSCOLA — A group of trained search and rescue volunteers from Douglas County will go to Peoria County on Saturday to help with the search for a 73-year-old Peoria man who has been missing since Feb. 12.
URBANA — Two men have been charged with misdemeanors for allegedly running a poker game raided by Champaign police in west Champaign about a month ago.
Champaign County State's Attorney Julia Rietz said she elected not to charge another 11 men and women who were present that night, most of them as patrons.
CHAMPAIGN — Mental illness can be tough on loved ones, especially when there's a lot they don't know and understand about this disease.
The Champaign County chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness is bringing back a free, 13-week class that helps fill in many of the blanks, says local NAMI President Diane Zell.
CHAMPAIGN — The latest winner of the Athena Award got her career rolling by scheduling a log rolling.
But Cindy Somers' career didn't turn out to be the one she expected.
Somers, the owner of the Spherion Staffing franchises in Champaign and Decatur, got her undergraduate degree from Indiana University in recreation programming, planning and management.
CHAMPAIGN — Sarah Zehr has been named the winner of the Athena Young Professional Award.
That award is given annually by the Champaign County Chamber of Commerce to an "emerging leader" between the ages of 25 and 35.
DANVILLE — The Veterans Affairs Illiana Health Care System is celebrating Black History Month with a program, featuring J. David Reeves, the national president of Blacks In Government.
URBANA — Common Ground Food Co-Op is reopening its campaign to raise money for expansion at Lincoln Square Village, after construction bids for the project came in too high.
The cooperative, located on the east side of the mall, plans to more than double its space by expanding to the north.