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From Catsup to Cahokia: One Night in Collinsville, Illinois

September 2012

My husband laughed when I told him we were going to look at the world’s largest catsup bottle. (World’s Largest Catsup Bottle, 800 South Morrison Avenue, Illinois Route 159, Collinsville, IL62234). 570 more words

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Two Charged in Multiple Bank Robberies

 ST. PETERS, MO. (KMOX) - Two St. Louis men are in jail on bank robbery charges from St. Peters,Collinsville and Fairview Heights.  53 year old Marc Miller and 37 year old Brendon Collier are both charged with the robbery at a U.S. 32 more words

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Effort again mounted to make Cahokia Mounds a National Historical Park

COLLINSVILLE, IL (KTVI)- Legislation calling for Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site to be designated as a National Historic Park stalled in 2014. But Illinois state Representative… 139 more words

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Collinsville woman heads to LA to find her mother after spotting her in LA Times picture

COLLINSVILLE, IL (KTVI) – A Collinsville woman is headed for Los Angeles, embarking on a seemingly impossible search some twenty years in the making.  That’s how long it has been since Robin Burton last saw her mother, but she has new reason to believe a search in some of LA’s roughest neighborhoods can bear fruit. 628 more words

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Collinsville woman heads to LA to find her mother after spotting her in LA Times picture

COLLINSVILLE, IL (KPLR) – A Collinsville woman is headed for Los Angeles, embarking on a seemingly impossible search some twenty years in the making.  That’s how long it has been since Robin Burton last saw her mother, but she has new reason to believe a search in some of LA’s roughest neighborhoods can bear fruit. 627 more words

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Health Care Coverage Deadline Looms

CHICAGO (AP)- An important health law deadline and the prospect of higher tax penalties for those who remain uninsured prodded some Illinois residents to sign up for coverage this weekend. 431 more words

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Cahokia Mounds in Illinois

We lived a few hours north of Cahokia Mounds and drove the other side of the Mississippi River right past it numerous times on trips to Saint Louis, Missouri. 317 more words