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Getting Personal: Miranda Soucie

Get to know more about Miranda Soucie, a partner at Spiros Law.

Getting Personal: Deane Geiken

Hear from Deane Geiken, the director of the Parkland College radio station and self-proclaimed geek.

halfcourt shot

Austin Triplett makes a halfcourt shot - worth $10,000 - during the second half of the Illinois-Purdue game on Feb. 22.

Balloon announcement

Balloons Over Vermilion event co-chairman Pat O’Shaughnessy breaks the good news to fourth-graders on Friday at Judith Giacoma Elementary School in Westville.

The Locker Room With ... Prairie Central Wrestling

This week's edition of The Locker Room brings on members of the Prairie Central wrestling team, including recent state champions Drew and Brandon Hoselton.

Underwood: 'We're gaining ground'

Illinois coach Brad Underwood highlights the good and the bad in his team's final home game of the season and loss to No. 9 Purdue.

Frazier: 'We've had a lot of fight in us'

Illinois guard Trent Frazier discusses Thursday night's loss to Purdue, playing alongside Te'Jon Lucas and the challenge the Boilermakers' Carsen Edwards presented. Then fellow freshman guard Da'Monte Williams breaks down his game and the Illini's better ball security.

Office Hours with Aldo: Nadya Mason

Staff writer Aldo Toledo's series looking at the offices of University of Illinois professors continues with the physics department's Nadya Mason, director of the new Materials Research Science and Engineering Center. She works out of the bowels of the Sietz Materials Research Lab, situated just east of Goodwin Avenue between the Engineering Science Building and Loomis Lab in Urbana.

Music on Main: Singer-songwriter duo Mid-October

Was it October 14th or 15th? Jon Parrish and Therese Brown can't remember. But that's when their relationship, both romantic and musical, first found its feet. 

The duo, which call themselves Mid-October, performed their original song, "Forever Ours," in the lobby of the News-Gazette's downtown office.

North Fork overflows its banks near Bismarck

The North Fork River was flowing well beyond its banks on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 21, 2018, covering a long stretch of County Road 2650 N near Bismarck.