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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

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Logan County Emergency Management Agency director Dan Fulscher receives a plaque from Jill Morgenthaler, the governorís deputy chief of staff for homeland security. Fulscher was recognized by Gov. Rod Blagojevich for leadership in a time of crisis.  During the Dec. 1 ice storm Fulscher led local operations rescuing more than 100 rail passengers who were stranded on four trains.  [picture by Dale Voyles] click on picture for larger image


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Tuesday, March 6:

  • City officials stand up to recent allegations and attacks

    • Audio of the city council meeting (wav)

  • Pig Hip Restaurant Museum lost in blaze

  • Students safe after Lincoln Junior High incident

  • Gov. Blagojevich appoints public safety expert Andrew Velasquez as new director of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency

  • Perspectives: The big black dog

  • Senate week in review

  • 44th District weekly update
    Electric bills, U of I board and the Chief

  • Weekly Outlook: Hog prices

  • Save The Mill group announces two fundraising events

  • Zion Lutheran students write winning essays

  • FDA takes action to halt marketing of unapproved ergotamine
    Companies ordered to cease manufacturing and distribution of illegal drugs to treat migraine headaches

  • First lady Patricia Blagojevich celebrates 10th anniversary of NEA's Read Across America Day by announcing selections for her Children's Reading Club
    March selections are Eric Carle's 'The Grouchy Ladybug' and Shel Silverstein's 'A Light in the Attic'

Monday, March 5

Saturday, March 3

Friday, March 2

Thursday, March 1

Wednesday, Feb. 28