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BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- A member of the Bloomington Planning Commission is putting her best foot forward to run for Ward 3. Over twenty years ago, Sheila Montney moved to Bloomington by herself with only her dogs to keep her company, and she has never looked back. Originally from a small town in Arkansas, Montney grew up […]

NORMAL, Ill.- Less than two weeks out from the municipal election there are some things that you might want to know. There are two election commissions, and the County Clerk handles all elections except the Bloomington Municipal one because there is a separate commission called the Bloomington Election Commission.    “People go, ‘Why is that? […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

BLOOMINGTON-Ill. – Last night the Bloomington City Council was presented with the Public Arts Commission ordinance again. This topic was delayed after council members had questions about their funding for this project. If approved, a seven person commission would be created to oversee all art put in public spaces in Bloomington. Three council members still […]

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 […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- The Bloomington City Council was presented with a plan to extend the Constitution Trail last night. The Council was asked to vote on an Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program Grant that would fund the construction for the project. The extension of the trail would go from Lafayette Street to Hamilton Road. It would give […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – The Democratic Socialists of America in Bloomington organized a vigil last week on the night of a city council meeting calling on the town to enact the “Welcoming Cities Ordinance”. This is not the first time the city has heard of this ordinance. Two years ago, both Normal and Bloomington were given […]

NORMAL, Ill.- On Tuesday, January 21 the Normal Town council gathered for their regular meeting and were pressed by the Climate Action campaign to adopt and implement a plan that is designed to protect Normal citizens from extreme weather.   The Bloomington and Normal councils have not had any plans in place to protect and serve those within the […]