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Aubrun

Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

Bovine LLC Move Approved by Auburn

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After a vote by the city council in Auburn, Bovine LLC will be able to make a move across town.…

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Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

Near North Village Residents Voice Concerns on Helping Hands Move

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A Monday evening meeting was held at Near North Village to discuss the future of Helping Hands of Springfield. The…

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Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

$85,000 Suggested to Settle Springfield Discrimination Suit

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The city of Springfield appears poised to settle a discrimination lawsuit that dates back five years.

billdaley

Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

Bill Daley Drops Out of Governor’s Race

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William Daley has pulled out of the race, saying that even though he had been around politics all his life, he didn’t realize how big a task being a candidate would be.

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Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

Auction to Start for Jackson Jr. Items

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Mink capes, Bruce Lee autographs and Michael Jackson memorabilia that belonged to Jesse Jackson Jr. will be sold to the highest bidder to help ensure the former congressman pays his debt to society in full.

farm

Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

Farm Fatalities at All-Time Low in Illinois

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Farm-related fatalities in Illinois are at an all-time low since a company billing itself as Illinois’ Number One farm insurer…

Electronic Health

Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

Extreme Binge Drinking Not Uncommon in High School

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A new report finds almost 1 in 10 U.S. high school seniors have engaged in recent extreme binge drinking. That…

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Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

Illinois Farm Bureau Predicts Good Harvest

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The harvest has begun, but only for those who started early.

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Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

Topinka’s up for another term

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Seeks second term as comptroller

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Monday, September 16, 201309/16/2013

NRA disappointed in conceal rules

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The drive to implement Illinois’ new concealed-carry law is dragging before it even starts, according to one of the state’s leading gun rights advocates.