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Two-year-old Emma Heinz plays a game in the "Farmed Animal Sanctuary" area of Forest Park Nature Center's 11th annual Earth Day Festival Saturday in Peoria Heights. The area provided fun activities for kids while promoting vegan choices that protect animals. Comment?
Athletic director Chris Reynolds on Friday announced the hiring Wisconsin-Green Bay's Brian Wardle as the 14th coach in program history. Wardle, a Willowbrook, Illinois native who was All-State at Hinsdale Central High School and later played at Marquette, led Green Bay to the 2014 Horizon League regular-season championship and three straight postseason appearances. Comment?
Contracts for championship tournaments at Peoria's Carver Arena and Illinois State University's Redbird Arena were unanimously extended through 2020 by the Illinois High School Association board last Saturday. "We felt that being centrally located is important," said Dan Klett, Wauconda High School Principal and IHSA Board President. Comment?
Forum Candidates for the Peoria City Council in the April 7 municipal election have been invited to participate in a forum, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Greater Peoria and Peoria Public Radio WCBU 89.9 on the FM dial. It takes place at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday March 7 at The Peoria Public Library's North Branch at 3001 W. Grand Parkway, Peoria. Comment?
Proctor, has named Andrea Parker, R.N., M.S., its Executive Director. Andrea Parker has more than thirty years' experience as a registered nurse with a background in public and community health, having most recently served as Regional Health Officer for the Illinois Department of Public Health in the Peoria and Champaign regions. Comment?
Caterpillar's announcement that it plans to remain in Peoria and build a new global headquarters will provide a catalyst to help revitalize the city's downtown and spark the entire region's economy, business and civic leaders say. "A Fortune 50 company that was sought by other states and countries and has decided to stay here. Comment?
The Illinois Valley Fuller Center for Housing is looking for a few good men, women and teens to help rake leaves and do yard cleanups for veterans in the Tri-County area in November. "We have 15 yards scheduled for this fall," said Greg Woith, the center's president. Comment?
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