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Washburn city commissioners discussed issues in all of the commissioners portfolios including street improvements and a future trial.

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The human body is composed of 60 to 70 percent water.

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It would have been easy enough to forget about the old Ingersoll School north of Washburn and let all the memories die with it.

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Deep in the basement of the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center lie hundreds of artifacts from the area that only a handful of people have had the pleasure of viewing.

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A proposed $3.5 million expansion to the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center lies in the hands of Washburn city commissioners as they are asked to allow a variance to the setback of the expansion.

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Sometimes waiting until the last moment can have positive results.

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When Cody Blazek, 10, comes to the Washburn Swimming Pool it’s about more then getting wet.

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McLean County commissioners discussed various budget issues and Blue Flint’s tax exemption request during the June 21 meeting.

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It seems that the past month has been fairly consistent in raining nearly every other day.

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June 24, 2010

What’s in a name?

Another Lewis and Clark Days celebration has come and gone marking the 14th year in a row as Lewis and Clark Days, which follows 16 years straight years as Riverboat Days.

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