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Brangers headed to Pikeville

Jun 14, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Jordan Brangers is headed to the University of Pikeville, where Kelly Wells is doing amazing things. More

Lady Lakers down Lady Falcons

Feb 19, 2013 • by Chet Novak • LAKE LAND COLLEGE
Will travel to Centralia to play for first place GRAC tie on Wednesday More

WVC knocks Lady Lakers off GRAC perch with OT win

Jan 24, 2013 • by Chet Novak • LAKE LAND COLLEGE
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OT is now place to be win you haven't won beyond regulation time in a long time, much less when you're on Wabash Valley's home court in Mt. Carmel More

NJCAA Nat-Poll's feature R24 teams

Jan 23, 2013 • by Chet Novak • LAKE LAND COLLEGE
Region 24 WBB teams graced both national polls. You might be surprised who made to Top tier and who made the Received Votes category. More

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Co-Lin splits with Kaskaskia College

Feb 15, 2015 • Dailyleader
The Blue Devils from Centralia, Illinois added one run apiece in the fourth, fifth, and sixth innings. Trailing 4-3, the visitors had the tying run on third with one out in the top of the seventh, but were stopped from scoring by an outstanding defense ... More

Phillips to manage NIU's $400M budget

Jan 14, 2015 • DeKalb Daily Chronicle
DeKALB – Alan Phillips is poised to take over as Northern Illinois University's vice president of administration and finance at a time when enrollment and state aid declines are both stiff headwinds. More

Get to Know Rams Cheerleader Kayla

Oct 7, 2014 • StLouisrams.com
In middle school, she played basketball (point guard) and softball, and her basketball team competed in the Illinois state championships. In high school, Kayla dropped basketball but still didn't dance. “I got into high school and realized basketball ... More

New Ameren service surcharge may be in offing

Feb 27, 2015 • Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
SPRINGFIELD – New legislation introduced in Springfield on Thursday would safeguard the future of Clinton Power Station and two other at-risk nuclear plants, but is expected to increase Ameren Illinois and ComEd power bills by what critics of the ... More

Response to EIU enrollment includes new outreach, technology

Feb 10, 2015 • Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
CHARLESTON – There was only one item on the agenda for the Feb. 3 Eastern Illinois University Board of Trustees Executive and Planning Committee meeting: an enrollment update. Assistant Vice-President for Academic Affairs Mary Herrington-Perry and ... More

Lake Land counts on tuition for more revenue

Feb 12, 2015 • Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
Rieck added that Lake Land has experienced a steady decrease in state funding for several years now due to Illinois' ongoing budget troubles. He said the 2014-15 budget included $10 million in state funding, 26.27 percent of the college's operating ... More

1 meth suspect pleads guity, case against other is dismissed

Feb 12, 2015 • Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
CHARLESTON -- A man who admitted to a methamphetamine offense received the maximum sentence for his conviction, while the case against a second suspect in the case was dismissed. Bradley K. Gentry was sentenced to five years in prison for his guilty ... More

Man ordered into counseling for harassing phone calls

Feb 4, 2015 • Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
CHARLESTON -- Counseling was ordered for a man accused of making phone calls to make false reports of crimes and to harass a business. Denny R. Krol, 48, whose address on record is 1209 Champaign Ave., Mattoon, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor ... More

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