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Three hundred and forty names were read aloud Monday, filling the silence, echoing through the hall and the hearts of those seated inside of it.

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Oil and natural gas production in the county was down for March. That’s the word from McLean County Auditor Les Korgel. Still, county officials expect a productive year.

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The Washburn City Commission approved a little over $125,000 at Monday’s meeting for repairs and improvements throughout the city.

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Commissioners couldn’t seem to agree on how monthly city meetings should be run, debating at length both legal and moral aspects of different actions common at meetings.

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Great River Energy may be adding some new plants at Coal Creek Station in coming years, but instead of producing energy, the new feature would actually generate produce.

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May 10, 2017

Building hope

The raised gardens at Primrose Retirement Community were in a state of decay earlier this spring, and along with them, the residents’ hopes for one of their favorite summer hobbies.

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The Washburn School Board briefly discussed ideas for new programs at Monday’s meeting, agreeing to review the subject more at next month’s meeting.

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As the doors close on Great River Energy’s Stanton Station, leftover pieces of furniture and equipment are finding new homes in the surrounding communities.

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A Wilton man was arrested on multiple charges after not paying for gasoline and later taking off from a traffic stop.

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Students from across the county were honored Monday night at the fifty-fourth annual Masonic Banquet, held at the Washburn Memorial Building.

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