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Blue State In a Sea of Red

Ever since Tuesday night Lake Michigan has been rising. No, it is not due to global warming it is from the Democrats crying about their candidate losing big. 1,091 more words


The Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter: 10/23/16

This past week, Charlie kicked off the water fowl and bird hunting season, but the typically populated boat launch was a ghost town because the state of Illinois neglected to ready the levees for hunting season. 54 more words

The Great Outdoors With Charlie Potter

Freeport, Illinois Leads the Nation in Progressive Tax Relief – Equipment and City Employees Can Be Rented!

At the Freeport, Illinois, City Council Meeting on September 19, 2016, the Council approved the City Engineer’s use of City equipment for construction purposes for the Forrestville Valley School District. 126 more words

City Of Freeport

Why we CANNOT re-elect the same governor and mayor in IL

CPS Teachers Asked to Take 7% Pay Cut—Bound to attract the Finest

First, here’s a 2016 Chicago Public School Library:

The unused library at Paderewski Elementary.

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Thirty Days Have September, April, June ... And Illinois (Finally) Has a Budget!

By Edward M. Bury, APR (aka The PRDude)

Well, I think so.

As of this writing, late afternoon on June 30, 2016, both houses of the Illinois legislature have… 389 more words

Madigan Cancels Scheduled Session Day... Again

The General Assembly was supposed to have been in “continuous session” for the month of June, but it has yet to meet in Springfield. 118 more words

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Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown: Stands Her Ground

Today at the Cook County Board of Commissioner’s meeting was very interesting to say the least. Between the applause section for animated but consistent citizen speaker, George Blakemore, the countless speakers testifying on behalf of Commissioner Boykin’s youth job resolution—the hot topic was Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown. 806 more words

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