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Illinois State University traces its band program back more than 90 years. Photo courtesy to BRMM Facebook page NORMAL, Ill. – The 2021 Redbird Football season is set to be one like no other. Hancock Stadium will be limited to 20% capacity, the team will play a shortened eight-game schedule, and everyone will be required […]

Photo courtesy to Illinois State Food, Nutrition & Dietetics Facebook page NORMAL, Ill.- The Board of Trustees of Illinois State University approved a new master’s degree program in nutrition.  The program is based on the long-standing dietetic internship sequence in the M.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences program and is intended to replace that sequence. […]

Photo courtesy at ISU NORMAL, Ill.- Illinois State University will host its third annual ‘Birds Give Back’ tomorrow, Feb. 25.  The campus-wide day of philanthropy encourages alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents, friends and community members to financially support their areas of interest at ISU.  New this year, individuals are encouraged to send a “Heart for […]

Photo courtesy to Illinois State  NORMAL, Ill.- Illinois State University will be hosting an event called “Water Sustainability in the United States Fescue Belt: Exploring Shifts in Hydrologic Processes from Pasture Conversion of Cool- to Warm-Season Grasses.” The event will be presented by John S. Schwartz, a professor from the University of Tennessee. Schwartz is […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – An Illinois State University graduate students and longtime member of the community is running in the primary for Bloomington Ward Seven.   Municipal elections are on April 6th and there’s a Bloomington primary on February 23rd.   There are five candidates running to represent Ward Seven. Candidates include incumbent Mollie Ward, June Peterson-Middlebrooks, Correta L. Jackson, Kelby Cumpston and Daniel Freburg.  […]

Photo courtesy to ISU NORMAL, Ill.- A Research Series from ISU’s Department of Sociology and Anthropology seeks inclusion with a talk by professor Nobuko Adachi. More than 58% of Asian Americans say they have been victimized and have experienced racially insensitive incidents. Adachi says an article about a 16-year old Asian American who was beaten convinced […]

NORMAL, Ill. – A three-alarm fire at Sugar Creek Apartments destroyed and damaged 12 units last Saturday, leaving many tenants displaced and with many of their belongings lost. What wasn’t lost in the blaze, however, is charity. ISU student and captain of the Redbird Esports “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege” team, Max Martin has helped […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – A  Bloomington native and Illinois State University alumni is running in the primary for Ward Seven.   Municipal elections are on April 6th and there’s a Bloomington primary on February 23rd.   There are five candidates running to represent Ward Seven. Candidates include Daniel Freburg, incumbent Mollie Ward, June Peterson-Middlebrooks, Correta L. Jackson and Kelby Cumpston.   Kelby Cumpston was raised in […]

NORMAL, Ill.- The Normal Fire Department Investigation Team has concluded the investigation into the origin and cause of the fire that heavily damaged or destroyed 12 apartments at the Sugar Creek Apartments at 606 S. Linden Street. Fire investigators have determined the cause of the fire was accidental and was related to repair work being […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – After being selected to fill the Ward Seven seat, a local hospital chaplain is running for a seat on the Bloomington City Council.   Municipal elections are on April 6th and there’s a Bloomington primary on February 23rd.   There are five candidates running to represent Ward Seven. Candidates include Daniel Freburg, Kelby Cumpston, June Peterson-Middlebrooks, Correta L. Jackson and incumbent Mollie Ward.  Mollie Ward was selected to fill the alderman seat to replace Scott […]