The six-credit-hour course can be completed in a single semester, with students doing most of the work at home and meeting each Wednesday evening in the lab.
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State Sen. Chapin Rose, R-Mahomet, said it has taken years of meetings and urging on the part of Champaign officials, residents and area lawmakers to get the project to this point.
What that will mean, exactly, will vary from community to community according to their local needs, says the Illinois Health and Hospital Association.
The new Urbana Urgo center will be open 365 days a year from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and it will see patients on both a walk-in and appointment basis.
URBANA — A series of free town hall meetings about property taxes in Champaign County will begin this week.
The center is now hoping to break ground in November, according to Richard Harshman, a retired Sullivan businessman on the board of the Illinois Amish Heritage Preservation Foundation.
The project that got underway this spring is running on schedule, and it’s set to be wrapped up around Nov. 15, according to IDOT.
'Get used to seeing IDOT around here for the next several years'
State Comptroller Susana Mendoza on Tuesday released $4.7 million in supplemental payments to critical-access pharmacies, several of them in East Central Illinois.