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The time on the bench could soon be coming to a close for a federal judge in Illinois.Judge Michael McCuskey addressed his future on Thursday on A Penny For Your Thoughts on NewsTalk 1400 WDWS.  He said he'll achieve what's known as "senior status" on July 1, where he will be 65 years old with 15 years of service.

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URBANA — The Urbana school board at its Tuesday meeting is expected to extend the deadline for its early-retirement incentive program for teachers and may discuss the program's future.The board meets at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Jean F. Burkholder Administrative Service Center, 205 N. Race St., U.

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Updated 9:27 p.m. TuesdayCHAMPAIGN — In a city where elected officials tend to come and go, City Manager Steve Carter has pulled the strings, often from behind the scenes, for nearly three decades.

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ST. JOSEPH — When Superintendent Jim Acklin hands his son, Louis, his high school diploma in May, it will be one of the first diplomas Acklin hands out for the 2013 graduation ceremony.But it will also be one of his last.Acklin announced his retirement from St. Joseph-Ogden High School last week.

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URBANA — The longtime director of the University of Illinois Institute of Government and Public Affairs plans to retire later this summer.Robert Rich, director of IGPA from 1986 to 1997 and then again from 2005 until now, said he will retire Aug. 31, for personal, family reasons. He declined to elaborate further.

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DANVILLE — School board members will have to look for a new leader a little earlier than they had hoped they would.Superintendent Mark Denman announced this month that he plans to step down on June 30, 2014.School board members were somewhat surprised when they received the school chief's letter of resignation, board President Bill Dobbles recalled Wednesday.