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Photo courtesy to the CDC BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- The McLean County Health Department is moving into Phase 1b of the COVID-19 vaccination rollout. Appointments are available, starting this week [Jan. 18,] for individuals in Phase 1a and Phase 1b to receive COVID-19 vaccination. This includes healthcare workers, individuals age 65 and older and essential frontline workers. […]

NORMAL, Ill.- Bars have been packed since Governor JB Pritzker moved McLean County to region two restrictions. A video of a packed Daddios, in Downtown Bloomington has been circulating. College-aged people are the hardest-hit age group for COVID-19 in McLean County. Student Government Association member Djimon Lewis says he continues to stay safe. Although, Lewis […]

Photo courtesy to Heartland Community College Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- Heartland Community College is adding a certification program with an eye on the area’s growing need for mental health support professionals.   The District 540 Board of Trustees has approved the adoption of a 7 credit-hour Peer Recovery Support Specialist micro-certificate program. The new certificate programs […]

Photo courtesy to CNN NORMAL, Ill.- Have you noticed the fact-checking and social media monitoring? Well some are not fans, so a new app is getting more popular. A new social media app has conservative users clicking away. One user Steven Jordan feels Parler doesn’t suppress the conservative voices like Twitter and Facebook  “You shouldn’t have fact-checking. I […]

Photo courtesy to ISU Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.-Students are stressing over the presidential election, although so ease came on Saturday, Nov. 7 when Former Vice President Joe Biden was named the president-elect. Biden still must face President Donald Trump who has not conceded yet. SGA member and off-campus senator Djimon Lewis says he fears that […]

Photo courtesy to ISU  NORMAL, Ill.- The Illinois State University president sent out a mass email to encourage students to vote and addressed violations that may come with breaking the Student Code of Conduct. “While I know that many of you have already voted or will soon be voting, the final ballots aren’t tallied until […]

Photo courtesy OSF Healthcare NORMAL, Ill.- As Halloween approaches many people are stuck on ideas for the spooky holiday. Resident alternatives Ten-year Normal resident Hailey Thomas decided to mix up her traditional plans of trick-or-treating with her five-year-old son, Sam this year. Thomas and her close friend plan to take a getaway from COVID as […]

Photo courtesy to BloNo DSA Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – This week, organizers and activists with the Bloomington-Normal Chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America are doubling down on efforts to mobilize the community to call for the end of wealth-based pretrial detention known as “cash bail” or “money bond”. This week BloNo DSA joined […]

Photo courtesy to City Hall Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — Mike Straza has officially announced he will be running for Mayor of Bloomington.  Mayor Tari Renner has announced he will not being running, and he has been mayor for the past eight years. Straza announced his intentions on his Facebook campaign page via video. “Since […]

Photo courtesy to West Bloomington Revitalization Project Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- A new mural on Bloomington’s west side isn’t just a reminder of the racial inequality that is rooted in the nation, but also the wall art that expresses the voices of children from the Bloomington-Normal Boys and Girls Club. IWU student Yovana Milosevic provided […]