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After five years of trying to get restaurant inspection reports on their website, public health officials finally succeeded this month.
Nearly 900 eight- and nine-year-olds got the lowdown on planting and harvesting crops, soil conservation and grain distribution.
"I thought, the treatments aren't that easy to deal with, and I would make the most of the days I had."
Election Day approaches, and there are lots of political questions in the mailbag this week. Plus some on the Champaign drivers licenses station, a wonderful old tree in Champaign and County Clerk Gordy Hulten’s congressional aspirations.
The new restaurant, in part of the M2 on Neil building, has an interior design featuring “industrial elements.” Wood, brick and concrete play a major role, and black, gray and beige are the predominant tones.
"It's absolutely clear that we could not bring Salaita onto this campus. We cannot endorse that behavior."
Runoff into a pond at Kickapoo State Park has prompted state officials to close that body of water to the public and notify the Illinois attorney general's office for possible enforcement action.
Much like a program at the University of Illinois, Champaign will have a pay-by-cell service so drivers feed the parking meter with their credit card instead of coins.
Like its bulky catalogs that made postal workers wince, the Sears that shoppers have come to know will soon be a distant memory in East Central Illinois.
A separate medical school at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign could be a "game changer" for the campus, but the UI should fix problems with its existing medical center in Chicago first, Chris Kennedy said Thursday.
"Nothing has even come close to what we're seeing here now. We may never see this (again) in the next 50 years."
The Champaign-Urbana and Danville symphony orchestras and Sinfonia da Camera plan classical and contemporary fare for the coming season, but with some unusual twists.