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The Black Hawk War stands out in the history of Illinois because it was the most decisive conflict on Illinois soil pitting advancing settlers against Native American people. After that conflict, … more
A new concept in shopping has come to Paris. Pam and Thad Arrasmith recently opened a drive-thru convenience store. This store provides the convenience of shopping from a vehicle while they assist … more
Sharp-eyed visitors to the West Lake will notice something new on the north shore. A miniature house floating on a raft is secured by ropes to the seawall protecting Art DuCharme’s home. He … more
The Link Art Gallery is carefully moving toward reopening now that it is out of the Horace Link building’s shadow. The Horace Link building, known locally as a former furniture store, was … more
On Friday, Feb. 7, Horizon Health held the 7th annual Wear Red Luncheon in observance of American Heart Month at the Tingley Reception Center. A record number of women came together, dressed in red … more
A 39-year-old Paris woman became the first graduate of the new Paris 95 Adult Education Program and told an emotional story of her quest to receive her high school diploma. Melissa Murphy … more
From an early age, Dave Frisse knew what he wanted to do in life and after a career that has brought success, pioneered new approaches and gained notice by his peers, it is time to retire. As … more
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