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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 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 […]

Photo courtesy goredbirds.com ST. LOUIS, MO. – The Missouri Valley Conference announced Tuesday afternoon that the spring volleyball season will start on that league play for volleyball in early February. The Illinois State Redbirds will open up conference play on the road against Indiana State on Feb. 7-8. Due to the adjusted MVC schedule, matches […]

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 […]

Photo courtesy to Normal Town Council YouTube NORMAL, Ill.- On the agenda was the resolution to award the bid for the Main Street Water Main Extension Project to SNC Construction, at the cost of $417,505.59. Plus up to a Potential $5,000 bonus for early completion. The resolution also authorizes City Manager to execute agreements with Union Pacific and RailPros. Put […]

LEXINGTON, Ill.- Illinois State university’s farm had a visit from lawmakers…talking about the new and researched wonder weed. Republican lawmakers, like Congressman Rodney Davis and Congressman Darin LaHood, went out to university farm In Lexington to till up information on the penny cress weed. But it’s not just a weed. “We can now turn this […]

Photo courtesy to McLean County Facebook page  BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- On the ballot this Election, Nov. 3, you may seen the race for State’s Attorney. But, as a voter, do you know the ins and outs of the position? State’s Attorney Don Knapp will appear solo on the ballot, but he oversees the entire State’s Attorney […]

Photo courtesy to Normal Theatre Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- The Normal Theatre reopened for in-person showings this month. A New York artist paints art to be a coping device during a pandemic.  From Oct. 1-4 the Manhattan short film festival was shown in the reopening of the Normal Theatre. Upon reopening, the theater will operate […]

Photo courtesy Bill Salyer/ISU Athletics NORMAL, Ill. – Redbird men’s basketball held their first practice of the season Wednesday afternoon at Redbird Arena, but things looked a little different. Coaches and personnel wore their masks while the majority of the arena seats were pushed in to have space for a makeshift weight room. Meanwhile, the […]