Friday Aug 29
The Daily Gazette
Annual Corn Fest set to pop
DeKALB – Mark Canaday has been overwhelmed by the support his family has received from the community, but he had no idea it would amount to recognition during Corn Fest weekend.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Salt Lake Tribune
Pac-12 football preview: Chris Petersen takes center stage in Seattle
He makes no bones about it: Chris Petersen doesn't love the spotlight. He doesn't love talking to media about whether he'll run a trick play, or who his quarterback will be.
The benefits of a dual language programs in schools
In today's landscape, we are seeing more diversity in our neighborhoods, schools , and workplace.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
The Logan County Herald
Council gets bogged down in Building Codes, Emergency Financial Procedures
The building code ordinance has been tabled for a few weeks while concerns about the language requiring sprinkler systems in new residential construction were addressed.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Durbin: Escalation in Iraq is "not in the cards"
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Tue Aug 05, 2014
Council approves new Washington liquor commission Updated at
State statutes generally call for the mayor to be the city's liquor commissioner and it is up to the city whether it creates a commission to help the mayor with that task.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
The News Tribune
Amtrak provides crude oil train details states had withheld
Last month, Norfolk Southern, the freight railroad that operates the crude oil trains, went to court in Maryland to block the state Department of the Environment from making the same information available to McClatchy and the Associated Press.
The Capitol Fax Blog
More than 7,000 invasive carp were removed from the Illinois River this past weekend and hundreds of people watched Asian carp cooking demonstrations during the 9th Annual Redneck Fishing Tournament.