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Friday, March 19, 2010


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  • Expanded Spiritual Life section

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Saturday, July 14:

  • Fifth Street Road informational meeting

  • End-of-June rainfall provides remarkable transformation

  • PM: Iraqis can keep peace without U.S.

  • AP poll: Public gives Congress low marks

  • 2 N.Y. teens charged with school plot

  • China fights back, goes after U.S. meat

  • No La Nina this summer, NOAA says

  • U.S. brothers recovering from gory run

  • Michigan man jogged nude to 'feel alive'

  • 6 months later, a report card on Vista

  • Obama says Clinton war plan 'convoluted'

  • This day in history

  • The nation's weather

  • Court news  

  • Marriages

  • Dissolutions

  • Senate week in review
    Budget still not budging; child protection and land conservation laws pass

  • Key senators agree on kids' health plan

  • Dow ends amazing week by nearing 14,000

  • Corn, soybean prices rise

  • Park district notes: New programs begin

  • Armington children's memory garden fundraiser

  • Reminder: Logan County Habitat for Humanity farm stand open

  • Here I Am, Send Me: Born again

  • Gerber recalls organic baby cereals

  • Gov. Blagojevich launches annual 'Break the Silence' campaign to increase awareness about elder abuse
    July is Elder Abuse Awareness Month in Illinois

  • Enduring a rare disease with no cure

  • Summer tea parties at Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum

  • Mechanoluminescence event yields novel emissions, reactions

  • Home Country: The meaning of the flag -- it's personal

  • Wildlife Preservation Fund grants

  • Road to Grand Canyon Skywalk to be paved

  • Casey Mears wins pole for Chicagoland

  • Golf: Green leads in Illinois; Johnson misses cut

  • Major League Baseball:

    • Zambrano helps Cubs win 13th in 17 games

    • Phils rout Cards to stay at 9,999 losses

    • Cuban dips toe in water for buying Cubs

    • Team standings, scores & schedule

Friday, July 13

Thursday, July 12

Wednesday, July 11

Tuesday, July 10

Monday, July 9