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New downtown coffee house offers crafted flavor

By Luke Smucker Staff Reporter The Daily Leader February 14, 2018 A new cup of joe is making its mark in downtown Pontiac. After months of planning and preparation, business owners Scott and Jennifer Cranford and co-owner Marty Fannin opened The Cup and The Scone coffee house, located at 213Read the Rest…

Woodland getting ahead of the game

STREATOR — Recent years have seen the job market trend increasingly toward careers requiring skills in computation, engineering and manufacturing, and the desire for education to meet those demands has expressed itself in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics academic discipline. And Woodland High School is putting itself ahead ofRead the Rest…

STEM Comes to Life in Woodland Classrooms

Woodland instructor Hannah Cox’s students are learning about things they don’t necessarily get to see in an everyday math or chemistry classroom. Since the beginning of the school year, students have worked with greenhouses, wind energy, model rockets, model towers and skyscrapers, among other items. With the help of theRead the Rest…

OSF and BCBSIL Reach Agreement

November 22, 2017 OSF HealthCare – Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Peoria, IL – November 22, 2017) – OSF HealthCare has reached an agreement with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL) to ensure patients have uninterrupted access to extensive high quality, in-network, medical care and services, including pediatric,Read the Rest…

Dist 429’s Curriculum Moving Full STEAM Ahead

November 15, 2017 Pontiac Daily Leader [CLICK to read entire article]

City of Fairbury Approves Property Tax Abatement for BMCH Properties

October 19, 2017 Pontiac Daily Leader [CLICK to read entire article]

Pontiac District #429 students use STEAM to graph weather data

ComEd Recognized as One of the Top 10 Utilities for Economic Development

CHICAGO (September 11, 2017) Site Selection magazine has named ComEd to its annual list of Top 10 Utilities in Economic Development for 2017. The magazine cites ComEd’s 17 direct-involvement project “wins” in 2016. It also noted the anticipated $1.6 billion in projected capital investments creating 6,170 jobs across the 400Read the Rest…

Kinzinger Feels Failed Health Plan Misunderstood

August 10, 2017 Pontiac Daily Leader [CLICK to read entire article]

County Board opts to help with health care

July 21, 2017 Pontiac Daily Leader [CLICK to read entire article]