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Offer To Reopen Horseshoe Lake Park Thwarted

GRANITE CITY, Ill. (AP)- A utility company has rejected a local park district’s offer to cover the unpaid electric bills at a Metro-East state park that was recently closed under the ongoing budget impasse. 122 more words

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60-Mile Chase Starts With Assault On DNR Officer

LITCHFIELD, Ill. (KMOX) – A 32-year-old Florissant man is in custody after allegedly assaulting an Illinois Department of Natural Resources officer, and then leading police on a 60-mile chase into north St. 216 more words

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Ill. Attorney General Mulls Coal Mining Lawsuit

ST. LOUIS (AP)- The Illinois Attorney General’s Office is considering legal action against the state’s natural resources agency for what prosecutors call a failure to follow the terms of a court-brokered plan to toughen oversight of Illinois coal mines. 112 more words

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Illinois Wants Your Deer's Head This Hunting Season

Springfield, IL (AP/KMOX) – Hunters in Illinois are being asked to provide samples of their deer.

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources is testing for chronic wasting disease.   153 more words

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November Program on Dam Removal

Please join us Monday, November 16 at the Moline Public Library Bronze Room at 6:30 to hear from Steve Pescitelli, Illinois Department of Natural Resources, on the benefits of removing dams. 211 more words

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Springfield Moving Forward with Second City Lake

Plans for the city of Springfield’s backup water supply have taken another step forward. 98 more words

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New Report Details Urban Flooding Problems In Illinois

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Urban flooding in Illinois is most common in older parts of towns and has been made worse by urbanization and changes in climate, according to a new state report. 184 more words

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