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Saturday, September 01, 2007


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Over The Hill Trivia Question:

Now that Bob Gleason turned 50,
what does he have in common with
Notre Dame's "Rudy" Ruettiger?

They both need to be "carried off the field."

HAPPY 50th, Bobby!!



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Friday, Aug. 31:

  • A boil order is in place for Chestnut and Beason until further notice.
    Drinking water will be available at the firehouse in both towns.

  • Delavan Fall Festival kicks off

  • Illinois to protect Labor Day weekend motorists with 'Stay Alive on the I's'

  • Department of Transportation to suspend lane closures over Labor Day weekend to give motorists a break

  • President declares major disaster for Illinois

  • LaHood to be featured on C-SPAN program

  • Bush to outline aid to mortgage holders

  • FBI surveillance: It's come a long way

  • Mother kills self; daughter found dead

  • 10th anniversary of Diana's death marked

  • China approves seizure of private homes

  • Study predicts more severe U.S. storms

  • Hillary jokes Bill looked into No. 2 job

  • Underdog Paul inspires political passion

  • New McCain push on war, his candidacy

  • Official: States take insurance program too far

  • Congressional chase for pork still strong

  • Malaysian man pulls train with teeth

  • Student suspended over stadium prank

  • Bulldozer driver rams police station

  • Actor playing Brutus stabs himself

  • 'Virgin chicken' off the menu in Beijing

  • Today in history

  • The nation's weather

  • Gov. Blagojevich signs legislation to help prevent and control infections in health care facilities

  • FTC: $3 gas prices in 2006 not fixed

  • Municipal Wi-Fi faces financial hurdles

  • Stock market points toward higher open

  • Ag. sec. wants lower farm subsidy limit

  • Wheat prices advance

  • Teaching the teachers
    Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum announces teacher workshops for the 2007-2008 school year

  • Live audio broadcast of Railer football, 6:45 pm

  • LJHS baseball vs. Argenta-Oreana

  • Drake upsets No. 7 Illinois State 27-24

  • Aaron returns to Milwaukee for reunion

  • Frustration builds for Guillen

  • NL roundup: Diamondbacks move ahead atop NL West

  • AL roundup: Yankees take over AL wild-card lead

  • Team standings, schedules & scores

  • Blake gets first 5-set win at U.S. Open

  • Tiger brings some sizzle to FedEx Cup

  • U.S. beats Argentina to earn No. 1 seed

Thursday, Aug. 30

Wednesday, Aug. 29

Tuesday, Aug. 28

Monday, Aug. 27

Saturday, Aug. 25