Bureau County Republican
Ramona F. Eidenmiller, 88, of Ohio, Ill., died Thursday, March 6, 2014, at OSF St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria.
Employment Numbers for People With Disabilities Continue to Decline in February
February employment numbers continued to decline for people with disabilities when compared to February 2013, in contrast to a more positive outlook for people without disabilities, according to today's National Trends in Disability Employment - Monthly Update , issued by Kessler Foundation and the University of New Hampshire's Institute on ... (more)
The Toronto Star
Drug and weapons smuggling suspect wanted by Canadian, U.S. authorities
Canadian and American officials are on the hunt for a 32-year-old Canadian man suspected of being the ringleader in a large-scale drug and weapons smuggling operation.
National UFO Alert: Four states report 153 February cases
The National UFO ALERT Rating System has been updated for March 2014, with California, Florida, Texas, and New York moving to a UFO Alert 3 as the highest reporting states with 25 or more cases during the month of February 2014, filed with the Mutual UFO Network .
St. Petersburg Times
Romano: We're big but we're oh so bad
One by one, Florida has chased them down and picked them off. Massachusetts? Long gone.
Snow Removal This Winter Is Costing Your Town a Fortune
We have a lot more winter-and potentially lots more brutal cold, snow, and ice-to go through before the arrival of spring.
Silicon Alley Insider
States Are Taking Advantage Of An Obamacare Loophole To Pass On Vast Inmate Health Costs
State governments are realizing how much money they can save by passing on inmate health care costs to the federal government following changes under Obamacare.
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Old Fort will come alive this weekend with Winter Garrison event
What: About 25-30 military re-enactors will present "Living History: A Winter Garrison, 1775-1781," portraying what life was like in winter at a frontier fort in the late 1700s.