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Friday, June 22, 2007


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Thursday, June 21:

  • Logan County: New 911 center progressing, Emden spur to see new construction, airport operation to expand

  • The Mill in final phases of demolition

  • Gov. Blagojevich, Democratic governors call on U.S. Senate to pass pro-union legislation

  • Governor's statement on Senate resolution rejecting budget as amended by Illinois House

  • Illinois governor's commutes costing taxpayers

  • Product recalls: onions

  • Unions differ on immigration legislation

  • China tops world in CO2 emissions

  • Summer solstice celebrated at Stonehenge

  • Crowd kills man after car hits child

  • 50 dogs seized from Long Island home

  • Thieves steal Herman Munster's identity

  • N.Z. couple can't name their son '4real'

  • This day in history

  • The nation's weather

  • Legislation could lead to cable TV competition

  • Pharmacist wins $2M in suit vs. Wal-Mart

  • Grains, soybeans mostly advance

  • Corn farmers eager for heavy rainfall

  • Impact of death on farm leases

  • Loophole allows chickens in backyard

  • CIEDC directors attend statewide Head Start program meeting

  • National campaign to stop the spread of methamphetamine

  • Students earn academic honors at Lincoln College

  • Invention Mysteries: Did bootleggers invent NASCAR?

  • Estrogen may offer some heart benefits

  • 15-year-old performs surgery in India

  • Havana Airport fly-in
    Airplane rides will be available to all

  • Iowa agency issues wild parsnip warning

  • Sand more deadly than sharks at beach

  • Prospector finds shipwreck in Lake Erie

  • Pinto softball

  • Heat Bronco team wins doubleheader

  • Lincoln Senior Legion ties Clinton

  • Bowling: Wednesday NASCAR

  • Two local women at the Illinois State Women's Amateur Golf Championship
    Results of 1st round matches

  • Thursday sports lineup

  • Wednesday's sports scoreboard

  • National League baseball roundup

  • Sosa fifth player in 600-homer club

  • Fans back Earnhardt's move to Hendrick

  • Finchem wants drug test policy in golf

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Tuesday, June 19

Monday, June 18

Saturday, June 16

Friday, June 15