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Photo Courtesy of Uptown Normal Facebook NORMAL, Ill. – As COVID-19 cases in McLean County continue to spike, Normal mayor has decided to implement two emergency orders to limit the spread of COVID-19. Town of Normal is limiting gatherings near Illinois State University to 10 people or less and requiring customers of establishments with liquor […]

Photo courtesy Redbird Athletics NORMAL, Ill.  – Redbird athletes and coaches took to social media to express their frustrations over a statement made by ISU Athletic Director Larry Lyons. Lyons is quoted saying, “All Redbird Lives Matter.” The statement was taken as a play on words from the Black Lives Matter Movement’s opposition “All Lives […]

NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State University is reporting 353 positive cases of COVID-19 on campus and a 19.3% positive rate. Cases are continuing to rise as the University begins to offer walk-up testing on campus. If a student tests positive they are immediately contacted by the McLean County Health Department to begin contact tracing. According […]

NORMAL, Ill. – Students at Illinois State University are now able to get tested for COVID-19 on campus.  Students that are not experiencing symptoms can get tested on campus Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Testing is offered at the Old Fire House at 602 N. Adelaide St. and on the quad. Students […]

Photo courtesy to The Lodge Facebook page NORMAL, Ill. – After pressure from the mayor of Normal, Young America has changed regulations at the Lodge. Normal Mayor, Chris Koos expressed his concerns with Young America after consistent large gatherings not following social distancing guidelines at the Lodge. Young America states that they are ‘taking seriously […]

NORMAL, Ill.- Addiction groups, like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and several others rely on meetings to continue with progress.   According to the Addiction Center, relapses are common through the alcohol and drug recovery process, so common that it is estimated that 40 percent to 60 percent of people in recovery have at least one relapse before reaching sobriety. Some estimate this […]

The pandemic is causing financial hardships across the country, bringing overwhelming numbers to food banks. Before the pandemic, according to the Food Research and Action Center, nearly one in seven households with children cannot buy enough food for their families in America. This is now creating pressure for local food banks like the Wesley Distribution […]

Photo courtesy of Illinois State University Facebook page. NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State University administration announces students will receive partial refunds for the Spring 2020 semester. President Larry Dietz states that programs including the Governor’s Education Emergency Relief Fund and federal Coronavirus Air and Economic Securities Act will provide financial assistance to students. “Soon you […]

Photo courtesy of J.B. Pritzker Facebook page. CHICAGO – After announcing 1,826 new cases of COVID-19, the governor is extending a modified stay at home order. Illinois Department of Public Health reports a total of 36,934 cases of COVID-19, including 1,688 deaths. Gov. J.B. Pritzker will be signing a modified version of the stay at […]

Photo courtesy of McLean County Health Department Facebook page. BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – McLean County Health Department is reporting two children under the age of 10 diagnosed with COVID-19. The county reports the two cases as ‘household contacts,” which means the children live in a house with another diagnosed individual. This brings the county to a […]