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Bloomington mourns Mayor Frank Shorthose

How Time Flies is a daily feature looking back at Pantagraph archives to revisit what was happening in our community and region.  100 years ago Jan. 7, 1924: Business will be suspended this afternoon during the hours of the funeral rites for Mayor Frank Shorthose. His body is set to lie in state in the Consistory […]

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Ashtabula ‘s manager, city council members and city solicitor take Oath of Office | Local News | #citycouncil

ASHTABULA — City Manager Jim Timonere, City Solicitor Cecilia Cooper and four city council members were sworn into their roles Thursday night at the Municipal Building. Mistress of Ceremonies, Ward 4 Council person Jodi Mills, welcomed the crowd to the ceremony. The Rev. Steve Sargent, associate pastor at Hiawatha Church of God in Christ in […]

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Nauvoo City Council approves temple visitors center site plan | Daily Democrat, Fort Madison, Iowa | #citycouncil

NAUVOO, Ill. _ The Nauvoo City Council voted 6-0 Tuesday, Nov. 14, to approve the revised site plan application for the Nauvoo Temple Visitors Center. But, to borrow a sports metaphor, the contest was much tighter than the final score. Elder Jeremiah Morgan, who introduced himself as an Area Seventy for The Church of Jesus […]

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Church parking lot permit request removed from Mattoon City Council meeting agenda | #citycouncil

MATTOON — A church has removed its permit request for a parking lot from the agenda of the Tuesday, Nov. 21, Mattoon City Council meeting after the city’s planning commission recommended denying this request. Other proposals still on the agenda for the meeting at 6:30 p.m. in City Hall, 208 N. 19th St. include plans […]

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Beginning of the end: London City Council votes to cancel Exit 29 annexation | News | #citycouncil

LONDON — London Mayor Randall Weddle was the deciding vote on the two items for a special-called meeting of the London City Council on Friday. Cancelling the annexation from Interstate 75’s London Exit 38 to Exit 29 in southern Laurel County was addressed through Ordinance 2023-39. The ordinance outlined the initial procedure in which property […]

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Our Redeemer Lives: Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast focuses on redemption and community | Community

A crisp morning brought several elected officials, business leaders, community members and pastors together Thursday for a time of prayer and reflection. The annual Duncan Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast took place Sept. 7, with opening remarks from Chamber President and CEO Chris Deal. Deal recognized elected officials, the community, sponsors, as well as several others who […]

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Former mayor drops lawsuit against Burley concerning temple water and sewer agreement | Local

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Jim Rasnick sworn in as 2002 Burnside Mayor | Community

Our journey through December of 2002 has certainly stirred up many memories for me, since several of the articles written at that time bear my byline. I remember going to the home of Steve and Barb Sterling, taking my then-five-year-old son with me to see their impressive Christmas light display. My son asked me if […]

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Mayor’s annual Prayer Breakfast celebrates Americanism |

Faith and patriotism created a dynamic blend Thursday during the 34th annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast at the Owatonna Country Club. Mayor Tom Kuntz led the Pledge of Allegiance during the annual prayer breakfast and offered words of togetherness, faith, and love to bring to each other every day. (Emily Kahnke/southernminn.com) By EMILY KAHNKE emily.kahnke@apgsomn.com The […]

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Community activist seeks at-large Lynchburg City Council seat | Govt. and Politics | #citycouncil

Walter Virgil Jr., a community activist, nonprofit organizer and Director of Strategic Projects and Alliances at Liberty University, has filed to run as an independent for an at-large seat on Lynchburg City Council in this November’s election. Council is made up of seven members, four of whom represent the city’s four wards and three of […]

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