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Photo courtesy to OSF Healthcare NORMAL, Ill.- The COVID-19 vaccine has finally arrived, although only healthcare workers have access at this time. Healthcare workers have started to receive their first doses of the vaccine, however some in the public are skeptical of the vaccine and possible long term effects. Libby Allison is the Media Relations […]

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. […]

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 […]

Photo courtesy of Illinois State University Facebook.  NORMAL, Ill. – Illinois State University administration says state officials have urged The University to cancel Spring break. Earlier in the semester, Illinois State University decide to maintain Spring break as scheduled. The decision was made after student survey responses expressed it was crucial to maintain mental health. […]

Photo Courtesy to ISU Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- Finals, COVID-19 and the Presidential election are a few stressors on the long list that overwhelm college students. For many, this semester has been full of life changing moments. Only a few weeks left in the semester and many students are unmotivated to finish strong. Second year […]

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 Ferror Bloomington, Ill. – Ferrero plans to begin a $75 million expansion project in Bloomington. The confectionery company is known for its production of Nutella, Ferrero Rocher, Crunch, Raisinets, and other large chocolate brands. “The Bloomington community and its leadership have been instrumental to Ferrero’s growth this year,” stated Ferrero’s Senior Vice President […]

Photo Courtesy Maggie Miley’s Facebook page NORMAL, Ill. – The entire State of Illinois is going into further COVID19 mitigations Friday, Nov. 20 and local business are facing more struggles. Early November McLean county was put under Tier 2 restrictions. This prohibits any indoor service in bars and restaurants. Now local bars in both Bloomington […]

The very nature of elections brings the victors to the limelight, often the losers get swept under the rug and forgotten. But Chemberly Cummings is a local politician who refuses to give up. She recently ran and lost against incumbent Dan Brady for the seat in the Illinois 105th. But her reaction was not as […]