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AARP: Gubernatorial candidates need to communicate better with voters

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quinnraunerWith less than two months before the election,Illinois voters ages 50 and older  want Gov.Pat Quinnand his...

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Cat earns national honor from SourceAmerica

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Caterpillar Inc., which has partnered with Community Workshop and Training Center Inc. for more than 50 years, on Friday was named recipient of the Commercial Business Partnership Award from SourceAmerica.

The award recognizes a commercial business that has partnered with an AbilityOne-producing...

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EDGE Run set for another go on Nov. 2

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EdgeLogoWhen Methodist College’s Student Government Association started the EDGE Run/Walk last year, it hoped it would become an event that would...

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Study reveals business unprepared for future workforce needs

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workforce-2020-hub-ockupBusinesses are facing the most diverse work environment that the world has ever seen with...

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Diocese halts Fulton Sheen canonization effort indefinitely

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Fulton SheenEfforts to have Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen canonized a saint have been suspended indefinitely, the Peoria Diocese announced Wednesday.

In a news release issued late Wednesday afternoon, Bishop Daniel R....

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Bradley ranks high in annual report

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bradleylogo1Bradley University once again scored well in the annual ranking of colleges and universities by U.S. News & World Report.

Bradley was ranked the fourth best college in the 12-state Midwest region and ranked ninth best among Best Value Schools in the country, according to the 30th Annual report by U.S. News. The value ranking recognizes...

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Daly named to lead regional economic development

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Jennifer Daly, CEO of the Morton Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Council for the past six years, will become chief executive office of the Economic Development Council of Central Illinois.

She will begin her new duties Nov. 3, heading up an office that oversees economic development for a five-county central Illinois region, according...

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Diocese confirms promises were broken regarding Sheen Cause

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Fulton SheenPromises made 12 years ago by the Archdiocese of New York prompted Bishop Daniel Jenky to begin pursuing sainthood for Archibishop Fulton Sheen, the central Illinois native who was ordained in Peoria.

It was an apparent reneging of those promises that prompted Jenky to suspend...

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Komen Promise Run set for Oct. 18

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promise-run-relay-bannerThe course is different and the relay portion of the race is for two people now, not four. But the 2nd Annual Susan G. Komen Memorial Promise Run & Relay on Oct. 18 will be every bit as important as the...

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