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SPRINGFIELD-The Illinois Secretary of State‘s office is accepting applications for the second year of its summer job program. More than 120 positions are available for college, trade … more
SPRINGFIELD – The 2024 Illinois spring trout fishing season will open Saturday, April 6 at 58 ponds, lakes, and streams throughout the state, including Apple River Canyon State Park in Jo … more
FREEPORT-Stateline Music Foundation of Freeport is offering scholarship aid awards for high school seniors graduating in 2024 who will enroll in a music major curriculum in a junior college or … more
SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Bankers Association is currently accepting applications for its annual scholarship program, which is aimed at promoting excellence in the field of banking and … more
CHICAGO — In the recent Cancer Facts & Figures 2024 report from the American Cancer Society (ACS), researchers revealed a stark increase in ​colorectal cancer (CRC) incidence among … more
SPRINGFIELD–Illinois high school seniors are encouraged to apply by March 3 for the 2024 Conservation Achievement Scholarship, sponsored by the Illinois Conservation Foundation (ICF). The … more
SPRINGFIELD–Illinois anglers who chase walleye, sauger or saugeye are invited to participate in the virtual Midwest Walleye Challenge in 2024. The Illinois Department of Natural Resources has … more
CHICAGO-The League of Women Voters of Illinois will hold its annual Issues Briefing on Saturday, Feb. 24, welcoming expert panelists to explore critical issues for Illinois. Issues Briefing will be … more
ELIZABETH-The Tri-State Forest Stewardship Conference has an almost 30 year tradition of providing valuable information and resources to forest landowners in the Illinois/Iowa/Wisconsin tri-state … more
FREEPORT–Highland Community College announces a call for entries for the 52nd annual District Juried Art Exhibit. Works are due on Wednesday, Feb. 1 for the exhibit, which runs Feb. 14 to March … more
In December, River Ridge had its Santa Store, which was run by retired middle school literature teacher Kim Thorsen, current business teacher Jen Laity and her high school business class. … more
ROCKFORD— The only thing certain about modern farming is that things are always changing, and today’s weather isn’t your grandparents’ weather. Growing seasons are shifting, … more
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