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A 'Tip' on remembering your roots

According to a popular Sugarland song, "they say there's only one place that calls you one of their own."

Posted 1/14/09 (Wed) read more »

City Commission praises snow removal efforts

Snow continues to fall, with over 50 inches already on the ground and more in the forecast, removing the white stuff is getting more and more difficult.

Posted 1/14/09 (Wed) read more »

Questioning courthouse future

Hearing about building problems at the McLean County courthouse is nothing new to area residents.

Posted 1/07/09 (Wed) read more »

County keeps up with snow-covered roads

Looking out the window it is obvious that this is a winter to remember.

Posted 1/07/09 (Wed) read more »

Annie's Project helps farm, ranch wives

Any woman who has married a farmer or rancher or has been the child of one has learned that farmers and ranchers are a different breed of men and that it takes a special woman to understand that.

Posted 12/30/08 (Tue) read more »

After the storm

It is 6 a.m. the morning after a weekend blizzard that has blown through McLean County for two days.

Posted 12/30/08 (Tue) read more »

Sub-zero temperatures

McLean County Commissioners braved the elements to get to the Dec. 22 regular meeting, with temperatures hovering near -20 degrees.

Posted 12/23/08 (Tue) read more »

Board members get pay increase

Underwood School Board members voted a pay raise after finding they were not being paid comparable to area schools.

Posted 12/23/08 (Tue) read more »

Commissioners recognize employee service

County commissioners had more than one opportunity during the Dec. 9 meeting to show their support and appreciation for the years of work provided by several McLean County employees.

Posted 12/17/08 (Wed) read more »

Weather puts chill on holiday events

A winter storm that blew into the area on Saturday with sub-zero wind chills, snow and nearly zero visibility didn't stop little shoppers from filling their Christmas lists.

Posted 12/17/08 (Wed) read more »