On the Job: Patty Jones

August 10, 2016 asianct 0

  Patty Jones, the associate director for research at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology. Photo by L. Brian Stauffer “You never know what path you’re going on,” said Patty Jones, the associate […]

Legal counsel at the ready

March 5, 2016 asianct 0

  Photo by: Heather Coit/The News-Gazette Ruby Fernandez-Rivera, right, talks with Lindsey Yanchus, assistant public defender, at her arraignment where Fernandez-Rivera is formally charged with vandalism for allegedly breaking a piece off the menorah at […]

El Nino’s end could launch grain prices

February 6, 2016 asianct 0

Photo by: Provided Merrill Crowley   CHAMPAIGN — The principal at a Watseka commodities firm anticipates the impending end of the El Nino could lead to higher grain prices sometime in 2016. Merrill D. Crowley of […]

What’s in a name? Hessel Park

February 6, 2016 asianct 0

Jeff Freeman, Champaign, takes a walk on the new curvy paths in Hessel Park in Champaign Monday morning February 27, 2006. Photo by: Robert K. O’Daniell   According to Joe DeLuce, executive director of the […]

Animal Encounters at the Orpheum

January 19, 2016 asianct 0

Come learn about the Orpheum’s animals! The Orpheum Education Team will talk to visitors about our animals, followed by an animal feeding time. Participants will take a closer look at our aquatic turtles, land turtle, […]

‘Shocking to many of us’

January 9, 2016 asianct 0

Photo by: Courtesy Jessica Nianick, Jinny Park DANVILLE — A University of Illinois student found dead from a suspected heroin overdose near Danville was a happy, driven 22-year-old who planned to move to California to […]

DI reduces print editions to two per week

January 9, 2016 asianct 0

  Photo by: Robin Scholz/The News-Gazette Reporters and editors in the newsroom at the Daily Illini office in Champaign on Monday, Nov. 2, 2015. URBANA — The Daily Illini will reduce its print publication to […]

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