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BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- A member of the Bloomington Planning Commission is putting her best foot forward to run for Ward 3. Over twenty years ago, Sheila Montney moved to Bloomington by herself with only her dogs to keep her company, and she has never looked back. Originally from a small town in Arkansas, Montney grew up […]

NORMAL, Ill.- The Normal Town Council approved a contract of more than $350,000, and approved the reappointments of various commissions Monday night. The $356,662 contract to George Gildner Inc. is a Sump Pump Discharge and Storm Sewer Improvements Project. This was among the Omnibus Agenda, and was unanimously approved. One item that was pulled for […]

NORMAL, Ill.- The Normal Town Council voted on the Operating and Capital Investment Budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year Monday night. While  most council members appeared in favor of the $138.2 million budget, council member Stand Nord had several questions about what the money would be spent on. “Would we also be proceeding forward with […]

Photo courtesy to Jackie Gunderson Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- Equality has been the focus of most conversations this past year, but what about equity? This is one of Bloomington Mayoral Candidate Jackie Gunderson’s top priorities. Gunderson has a background in special education, and is the director of the Penguin Project of McLean County which is […]

Photo courtesy to Mike Straza website BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- There are three mayoral candidates for the city of Bloomington. Among them is a 37-year Bloomington native that says he wants to build on all that is good and exciting about the community. Mike Straza describes himself as a passionate entrepreneur as someone who has started and […]

Photo courtesy to ISU NORMAL, Ill.- On Monday, Feb. 1,  all potential Illinois State University graduates for the Spring of 2021 and Summer 2021 received the long awaited update on what their commencement ceremony would look like.  Last year, graduates received a strictly virtual ceremony at the scheduled time of their graduation. Students were able […]

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 […]