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    Republican congressman at odds with Rauner budget plan

    by  • February 21, 2015 • News

    (AP) — Right-to-work and higher education funding are two areas where Gov. Bruce Rauner may find himself at odds with a popular congressman from his own party. U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Taylorville) says he hopes Rauner takes a different approach to his proposed $400 million in cuts to the state’s colleges, as well as...

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    Fayette County arrests three on synthetic drug charges

    by  • February 21, 2015 • News

    FAYETTE COUNTY — According to the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office, three men have been arrested on synthetic drug related charges following an operation by the Drug Task Force with the assistance of the sheriff’s office. On Wednesday, 44-year-old Jon M. Black, of Pana; 21-year-old Skyler J. Ermovick, of Rosamond; and 40-year-old Shane A. Mosley,...

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    Kaskaskia College narrows presidential search to two finalists

    by  • February 20, 2015 • Breaking News

    CENTRALIA –Kaskaskia College has announced it has two finalists in the nation-wide search for a president to replace the retiring President Dr. James Underwood. According to an afternoon press release, the two finalists have been selected for on campus visits and interviews. The candidates’ schedules will include an open forum with faculty, staff, and...

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