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NORMAL, Ill. – Last night, the Corn Crib was filled with flags and signs in support of President Donald Trump. The Corn Crib was the ninth stop for the Restore Illinois Tour featuring a free screening for the third and final presidential debate. Organizers say there over 900 attendees at the event. Before the debate […]

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 […]

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 to ISU  NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State University students share their concerns regarding returning to campus and the new implication of ProctorTrack. In the beginning of the semester, some students felt strongly that ISU’s response to COVID-19 was not enough. One ISU student and SGA member, Jaman Lewis says that from the beginning […]

Photo courtesy to ISU Facebook page NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State University has decided not to cancel Spring break for the Spring 2020 semester. In an email update sent out by the University, the decision was based on the findings of the spring break survey sent students, faculty and staff. The start of the spring […]

Photo courtesy to Vision Point Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- A Bloomington eye clinic thought their major merger and moving into a new building last August would be the only challenges they would face this year. The pandemic isn’t just blinding hope, but causing a worldwide glass shortage. Vision Point has over 100 employees and countless […]

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 […]