Illini West's Artman shot twice with BB gun at state track meet

Connor Artman, a senior at Illini West High School who participated in the Illinois High School Association Class 1A boys state track and field meet Thursday afternoon, said he was shot twice while showering Thursday night at Lawson Hall on the Eastern Illinois University campus. Artman, who will be on the track team at the University of Notre Dame in the fall, said he suffered two small lacerations and he expects to compete in Saturday's finals.

Liberty seaman to be remembered 50 years after sub disappeared
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Liberty seaman to be remembered 50 years after sub disappeared

An Adams County serviceman who died in a U.S. Navy submarine disaster 50 years ago will be remembered at a memorial service this weekend in Norfolk, Va. Seaman William N. Schoonover, 19 at the time, of rural Liberty, was one of 99 crewmen on board the USS Scorpion nuclear submarine when it went missing in May 1968 in the middle of the stormy Atlantic Ocean.

Ten years ago, a friend referred Nathan Spears, a guitarist, to Nashville-based solo performer Megan Light. After the two met, Light hired Spears as her guitarist, and a couple of years, later, the two started hanging out as friends and then as something

GETTING Illinois' financial accounts in order is a monumental task, and it's only made more difficult when salaries are paid from accounts from which they shouldn't be paid. Known as off-shoring, the practice has gone on for years. Democratic and Republic

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