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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 […]

Photo courtesy Kathy Michael Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- On Sept. 22, representatives of  Illinois Wesleyan, Heartland Community College and Illinois State met to discuss getting students to vote this November. Local colleges are participating in the All In to Vote Challenge. This is a nonpartisan effort to encourage college students to pledge to vote. On […]

Photo courtesy to Black Lives Matter Blono Chapter NORMAL, Ill.- Following the grand jury’s findings in the Breonna Taylor case,  the Illinois State University President Office sent out a statement via email to express his heartbreak for the injustice. “It pains me to address our campus community in response to the relentless acts of violence against […]

Photo courtesy to National Geographic NORMAL, Ill.- With wildfires increasing, hurricanes dominating southern parts of the nation and climate change surging, a group of Illinois State environmental and students students started a Fossil Free ISU Campaign to request the ISU Foundation, the people who oversee ISU’s investments, to divest from fossil fuels. “These steadily worsening […]

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 […]

NORMAL, Ill.- Multiple Democratic candidates for the upcoming election attended the Saturday vigil in honor of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Gindsburg. Gindsburg died on Friday due to hardships with pancreatic cancer. She died at the age of 87 and served for the nations top bench for nearly 30 years. But why did so many […]

Photo courtesy to Soderstrom Skin Institute  NORMAL, Ill.- Keeping up your immune system up on top on taking care of you skin can be overwhelming. Local physicians and dermatologist offer solutions and tips. Masks are frictional and can definitely cause acne or acne flares. This is a particular type of acne called acne mechanica or […]

Photo courtesy to the CDC NORMAL, Ill.- McLean County Health Department is reporting 15 new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the total to 3163 cases. Currently, 584 individuals are isolating at home.  Seven individuals are hospitalized, with two in the Intensive Care Unit.  There are 2553 individuals that have been released from isolation and are considered recovered. There have been 19 COVID-related deaths in McLean […]

Photo courtesy USPS Facebook NORMAL, Ill.- The United States Postal Service is committed to fulfilling our role in the electoral process when public policy makers choose to utilize us as a part of their election system. “We provide election officials who are mindful of our operational standards with a secure, efficient and effective means to […]

Photo courtesy to CDC NORMAL, Ill.- McLean County Health Department is reporting 22 new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the total to 3,025 cases. Currently, 1,260 individuals are isolating at home.  Six individuals are hospitalized, with one in the Intensive Care Unit.  There are 1,740 individuals that have been released from isolation and are considered recovered. The McLean County Health […]