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Thursday, July 12, 2007


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The Latham Park bandstand is looking good again after being lavished with some TLC recently. The historic structure, believed to have been built in 1917, received much-needed surface restoration and fresh paint.  Cory Bell chose the shelter for an Eagle Scout project.  When the work was done, Bell said that it felt good to help keep something around for others to enjoy.  [picture by Jan Youngquist] click on picture for a larger image.    See story in Top Stories.

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Wednesday, July 11:

  • Grand opening of McLean County Legal Self-Help Center

  • State seeks information from Illinois nurses in continued effort to address work force shortage
    Survey responses due July 17

  • Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff warns of increased risk of attack this summer

    • Partial transcript of Chertoff's remarks

  • Illinois Democrats turn on each other

  • Ford: Hydrogen cars close to production

  • Panel moves to cut off funds to Cheney

  • Days numbered for Illinois 'car kabob'

  • E. coli found in 500 Tennessee streams

  • Lawn chair pilot flies with 105 balloons

  • New dictionary includes 'ginormous'

  • Giant squid appears in Australia

  • This day in history

  • The nation's weather

  • New book solves management issues

  • China's June trade surplus hits new high

  • Chiquita hopes for less tumultuous year

  • Automatic toilet tissue dispenser ready

  • Sheep being trained to weed vineyards

  • Grains, soybeans rise

  • Lincoln College maintenance plans benefit for Haseley 

  • Local hospitals need help restocking blood supply
    Blood drive in Elkhart on Friday 

  • Support group explores divorce-related topics

  • Oasis update

  • Reminder: Logan County Habitat for Humanity farm stand open

  • Letter: Fans made available through Parish Nurses of Logan County

  • Book Look: 'A Plant Propagator's Bible'

  • Praise service at Camp Griesheim on Sunday

  • Here I Am, Send Me: The two commandments (actually one)

  • Kids' insurance deal inching closer

  • 2 scientists work to develop HIV vaccine

  • Joke comprehension may decrease with age

  • Psychologists to review stance on gays

  • Death sentence upheld in Libya case

  • Grand Funk Railroad to open for Joe Walsh

  • Illinois Junior Girls' Golf Championship

  • Mickle returns to Redbird football roster

  • Major League Baseball:

    • Ichiro, AL hold off NL in All-Star game

    • Fans salute Willie Mays at All-Star game

    • Team standings, scores, schedule

    • Leaker invokes Libby for leniency

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