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Mark Tupper's Blog

Groce targets 'selflessness' as off-season goal

CHAMPAIGN -- John Groce didn’t fill in every blank or solve every mystery Monday when he looked back on the final two games of a disappointing…

March 23, 2015 4:30 pm(6)

Tim Cain's Blog

Link dump

I can't believe some of my geekier acquaintances haven't been cluing me in on this complex "Archer" easter egg.

March 27, 2015 1:00 pm(0)

Emily Steele: Body Talk

Two winners running through my head

Two winners running through my head

Have you seen the photo that's been making the rounds online since Saturday? The one of an exhausted woman triumphantly holding up her arm whi…

March 24, 2015 5:00 pm(0)

Letters to the Editor Blog

An amazing act of kindness

I was walking past Central Park around noon on a recent cold and windy day and a black man pulling a small bag on wheels called out to tell wh…

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Dick Zaker's Blog

'Start' starts with S

In each case, a new word will be formed from adding the answer to each clue to the letter s. For example,

7 hours ago(0)

Allison Petty's Blog

The music in your vehicle may be louder than you think it is

The music in your vehicle may be louder than you think it is

Music too loud? It’s easier than you might think

August 29, 2014 8:00 pm Video (0)

DecaturAde Blog

"Holy Ghost," the Kickstarter film directed "by the Holy Spirit"

"Holy Ghost," the Kickstarter film directed "by the Holy Spirit"

It's important to note that there's no such thing as objectivity when it comes to promotion of one's own work. So when a film or filmmaker pro…

August 21, 2014 9:14 am Video (0)

Business Blog

Impact of agriculture celebrated

National Ag Day is being celebrated throughout the week across the country to highlight the impact the agriculture industry has on our lives. …

March 18, 2015 9:00 pm(0)

Capitol Ideas

GOP makes a U-turn with state budget

Thursday's vote in the Senate to fix the state budget must have been painful for some Republican lawmakers.

March 29, 2015 4:00 am(1)

Theresa Churchill's Blog

Lenten observance

Observances of Lent are shifting from giving up something pleasurable but negative to adding something positive to your life.

March 27, 2015 5:00 pm Related (0)

Stu Ellis' Blog

Farmers may reap woe from bill

As the Farm Bill process nears a successful conclusion or another extension when the Dec. 31 deadline arrives, one can remember many lawmakers…

December 04, 2013 11:22 am(0)

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An amazing act of kindness

I was walking past Central Park around noon on a recent cold and windy day and a black man pulling a small bag on wheels called out to tell wh…

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McElroy's leadership has earned him another term

It has been my pleasure to know the McElroy Family. For more than 60 years, they have always been courteous, respectful with high ethical stan…

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Lawn care PCBs are also environmentally harmful

Referencing proposed disposal of PCBs above Mahomet Aquifer, former-governor Pat Quinn opined, "Blocking PCB waste is the right thing to do fo…

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David Horn is a voice that's needed on city council

David Horn will be an excellent member of Decatur’s City Council. His thoughtful and thorough approach is precisely what our city needs as we …

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'Start' starts with S

In each case, a new word will be formed from adding the answer to each clue to the letter s. For example,

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The long and short of beards

For a recent Smarty Pants trivia quiz, published each Sunday in the Herald & Review Life section, I wanted to find out what percentage of …

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Bill Faber will work for the little guy

I would like to offer my support for City Council candidate Bill Faber. If elected to our City Council, Bill will work tirelessly for the litt…

March 30, 2015 3:30 am(0)

Mount Zion should keep appointed village clerk

Village of Mount Zion residents will be asked to vote on whether Mount Zion should continue to have an appointed Village Clerk. After 39 years…

March 30, 2015 3:30 am(0)

Why not re-open Lake Shore Drive

I believe I remember reading in the Herald & Review not long ago that the park board was not going to be able to follow through with the p…

March 30, 2015 3:30 am(0)

Flider defends entry into lobbying ranks

Recently the Herald & Review ran an article about my registration as a lobbyist and followed it up with an editorial taking issue with my …

March 30, 2015 3:30 am(2)

Faber is the choice for Decatur's future

For our community, we need leadership. Decatur needs leadership that understands we need to encourage people and businesses to call Decatur ho…

March 30, 2015 3:30 am(0)

GOP makes a U-turn with state budget

Thursday's vote in the Senate to fix the state budget must have been painful for some Republican lawmakers.

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