Wood River student to help Bolivians with water project

Alex Ennis, a senior in geological engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology, will travel to Bolivia as part of Engineers Without Borders. more »

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Ride to benefit children’s charity

Inaugural Handlebars and Guitars event to support Patches and Badges for Kids. more »

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"Books Are Fun" sale Aug. 5 at Alton Memorial

Proceeds to benefit White Cross Auxiliary. more »

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Unemployment rate declines in metropolitan areas

Rates also fall in all of Illinois’ 102 counties for the first time since February 2011. more »

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Agency bars college from operating in Illinois

Federal investigations under way into Everest College's marketing practices. more »

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Pheasant hunting information available online

Pere Marquette State Park offers youth program; Horseshoe Lake one of four sites in public-private partnership. more »

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Restaurants to donate proceeds to Oilers football program

EA-WR trying to raise $2,000 to $3,000 to reach their goal. more »

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PHOTO FEATURE: Radio Camp

High school students get broadcasting primer at LCCC. more »

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Law firm sponsors special needs workshop

Event in Alton to provide information for parents, teachers and caregivers. more »

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Bethalto food pantry needs donations

Our Lady Queen of Peace having a hard time serving the needy. more »

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Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois awarded $25,000 grant from the Monsanto fund

Funding will be used to fund Girl Scout Robotics Teams in Metro East. more »

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The Nature Institute seeks online votes in grant contest

Godfrey nonprofit in running for $20,000 to support children’s camp. more »

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Agency issues fish consumption guidelines

Advisories attempt to help people decide which species to eat, how to prepare meals, official says. more »

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Governor reminds drivers to take caution in work zones

Quinn urges motorists to increase vigilance following interstate fatalities. more »

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Bureau: Check out “fun runs” before signing up

Company under investigation for refusing to give registration refunds. more »

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Legislation aims to combat human trafficking

House approves eight bills to provide training, update existing laws. more »

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Fashion benefit to raise money for sick children

The inaugural “Butterfly Beginnings: A Style Soiree” will allow guests to spend an evening checking out local boutique fashion trends and accessories while enjoying a live fashion show. more »

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Athletes of the Week: July 25, 2014

This week's honorees are Anna Moehn of the Summers-Port swim team and Drew Curtis of the Metro East Bears. more »

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Ameren employees ensure Wood River’s utility stability

Company mandates power poles be checked every three years to keep them functioning. more »

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