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Monday, August 20, 2007


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State Rep. Bill Mitchell talked with local officials Monday morning regarding state budget issues. Pictured, left to right, are Dick Logan, chairman of the Logan County Board; Mitchell; Michael McIntosh, county board member; and Dan Fulscher, Logan County Emergency Management director. Also present were Bret Aukamp, county engineer; Sheriff Steve Nichols; and Sally Gosda, from the Logan County Health Department.
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Saturday, Aug. 18:

  • Illinois EPA issues Annual Compliance Report for public water supplies
    Community water supplies continue to deliver safe drinking water to over 11 million Illinois consumers

  • Illinois adopted children to receive the same survivor benefits from public plans as biological children
    Adopted children gain equal treatment when a parent dies

  • Spacewalk trimmed for shuttle return

  • Handling of mine disaster questioned

  • Stress causes killer mine bumps

  • Gov't closer to admitting Mexican trucks

  • Officials: Passports more common now

  • Hurricane Dean churns through Caribbean

  • Tortured Calif. tortoise returns home

  • Cops get launcher in gun-shoe exchange

  • Diabetic woman, 73, gets locked in bank

  • Today in history

  • The nation's weather

  • Court news  

  • Marriages

  • Dissolutions

  • Gov. Blagojevich signs law closing corporate tax loopholes that only benefit special interests

  • Study finds Americans rely on friends, neighbors for investment advice

  • Stocks rebound on discount rate cut

  • Agriculture futures close higher

  • Mitchell to give legislative update

  • Habitat house blessing Aug. 26

  • Home Country: When common sense should dictate

  • Hepatitis C helicase unwinds DNA in a spring-loaded, 3-step process

  • College football changes kickoff rule

  • Cubs cool off Cards

  • NL roundup: Webb extends scoreless innings streak

  • AL roundup: Indians begin road trip with win

  • Zambrano signs 5-year deal with Cubs

  • Team standings, schedules & scores

  • Huston shares lead at PGA's Wyndham

  • Edwards leads The Tradition by 2 strokes

  • Hamm shines and Durante wins a title

  • NFL roundup: McNabb on-target in return from injury

  • Vick accused of gambling, executing dogs

  • Ref union: Donaghy incident is isolated

  • Crew chiefs Knaus, Letarte back at track

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