Chairman of the presidency visits campus between two other stops in St. Louis, Chicago
CHAMPAIGN — Dividing citizens, and government, along ethnic lines is not sustainable for Bosnia, the republic's current president said Tuesday.
CHAMPAIGN — One Champaign parent remembers the late Kenwood Elementary teacher Paula Gaddis in a rocking chair in her classroom, surrounded by students.
She never stopped them as they scooted closer, Terra Larsen said.
DANVILLE — The newly reorganized Danville NAACP will hold its first general membership meeting since the election of new officers.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the organization's headquarters located in the New Directions Treatment Center, 153 N. Vermilion St., Danville.
URBANA — The Champaign-Urbana Stamp Club will hold its 40th annual show and sale Oct. 5-6 at the Urbana Civic Center, 108 E. Water St.
The event opens at 10 a.m. both days and closes at 5 p.m. Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday.
For information about services available to older adults, contact Karen Bodnar, director of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) and Helen Mary Stevick Senior Citizens Center, 48 E. Main St., Champaign, IL 61820, phone 359-6500.
RSVP and the Stevick Senior Center are administered by Family Services of Champaign County.
The Huffington Post published a piece a few weeks ago titled "Why Generation Y Yuppies Are So Unhappy," wherein the author posited that the young people of Generation Y — those born between the late 1970s and the mid 1990s — have unrealistic expectations of success that spring from delusional, inflated senses of self-worth.
URBANA — Third-grader Isaac El-Jamal, looking pretty spiffy in his Canaan Academy uniform, is determined to succeed in science.
His first love was orca whales, but right now it's chemistry.
"But I don't want to blow my whole lab up," he says sagely.
There are two teachers for 13 students in the second and third grades at the private Canaan school, 207 N Central Ave., U.
URBANA — Adrienne Bauer can't remember a time in her life when she didn't worry about how much health care was going to cost.
Even back in high school, when she was hit by a car, she was anxious riding in the ambulance.
"I remember being so stressed that it was going to be so expensive," she said.
On Sept. 30, 1993, the Air Force officially closed Chanute — a military base since World War I.
The inactivation ceremony that day — shown in The News-Gazette photo here — drew an unexpectedly large crowd.
Studio Visit is a weekly Q&A with a local artist. Today, The News-Gazette's Melissa Merli visits with retired art professor Jerry Savage, 77, rural Sidney
Q: Are these paintings in your show "Identity Issues" at the Cinema Gallery new work?