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NORMAL, Ill.- The Redbirds took to the court tonight to face the Evansville Purple Aces in hopes to keep their four year winning streak against them going. The Purple Aces entered the court with no wins thus far in the Missouri Valley Conference. Leading the Redbirds tonight was Mary Crompton with 14 points and 5 […]

Photo courtesy to Associated Press and AP’s Julio Cortez   Could President Trump be charged with treason or sedition? Chaos at the Capitol raised questions and accusations toward the President, and has ultimately led to his second impeachment. What happened on Jan. 6 People have shown anger and sadness in response to the MAGA mob […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- People all across the country found a reason to celebrate Saturday after Joe Biden was projected as President of the United States. Within hours of the announcement, Ward 6 Alderwoman Jenn Carrillo put together an event titled, “YOU’RE FIRED. A Community Farewell to 45.” “Electing somebody like Joe Biden- I mean, I don’t […]

BLOOMINGTON-Ill. – Last night the Bloomington City Council was presented with the Public Arts Commission ordinance again. This topic was delayed after council members had questions about their funding for this project. If approved, a seven person commission would be created to oversee all art put in public spaces in Bloomington. Three council members still […]

Photo courtesy to Next Step Dance Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – Did you know there are over 52 types of dance? At Next Step Dance Studio you have a chance to learn one of them every third Monday of the month this Fall. The class is limited to ten people or five couples over 18 […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- The Bloomington City Council was presented with a plan to extend the Constitution Trail last night. The Council was asked to vote on an Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program Grant that would fund the construction for the project. The extension of the trail would go from Lafayette Street to Hamilton Road. It would give […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – The Democratic Socialists of America in Bloomington organized a vigil last week on the night of a city council meeting calling on the town to enact the “Welcoming Cities Ordinance”. This is not the first time the city has heard of this ordinance. Two years ago, both Normal and Bloomington were given […]

Photo courtesy to OSF Healthcare NORMAL, Ill.- Despite doctors and scientists encouraging people everywhere to wear masks in order to stop the spread of COVID-19, it has become a somewhat controversial topic.  Since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been many different variations of face coverings used as masks. There are cloth masks, disposable […]

NORMAL, Ill.- The Normal Town Council approved a four cent per gallon tax increase to the town’s Local Motor Fuel Tax last night. With a four to three vote, most council members saw this as a way to improve the community with increased infrastructure investments. These investments include working on sidewalks and roads around the […]

Photo courtesy to Farmers Bureau  NORMAL, Ill.- Farm fresh sweet corn is a favorite for most people this time of year. Luckily, the McLean County farms are not being impacted by the pandemic, but they are being infected by another ‘virus’: taxes.  Roughly 91% of land in McLean County is farmland. There are nearly 1,500 […]