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  • Irvine Lake trout to 11-6 on the chew; trophy rainbow and steelhead plants this week

     
    Here's this week's Irvine Lake fishing report, written by veteran angler Steve Carson: Good trout action greeted Irvine Lake anglers this week, despite rainy midweek conditions, reported Jimmy Getty at the Pro Shop. "We have had too many 3- to......
  • Planting churches in dangerous places

     
    The latest issue of SBC Life, the Journal of the Southern Baptist Convention, has a series of articles on the North American Mission Board's missionaries working in dangerous communities throughout the U.S. and Canada. The cover story is about Baptist...
  • A taxing question: Retirement income?

     
    Clout Street reports: Illinois Senate President John Cullerton today suggested the state should start taxing the retirement income of senior citizens who are able to afford it. The state does not currently tax pensions or retirement funds such as 401(k).....
  • Ballot for 2011 Hall of Fame announced

     
    Ballot for 2011 Hall of Fame announced Seventy-nine player and nine coaches made the ballot for the Class of 2011 College Football Hall of Fame....
  • ‘60 Minutes’ story on homeless children touched a nerve

     
    The "60 Minutes" report on homeless children in Central Florida has inspired hundreds of offers of help as well as hundreds of phone comments, CBS News says....
  • Five reasons concealed-carry backers in Springfield are optimistic that this is their year

     
    Is this the year when Illinois becomes the last of the 50 states to allow adults to carry firearms in most public settings? Supporters of the idea are optimistic. Legislation moving through the General Assembly calls for sheriff's departments to......
  • U.S. will do new studies on Keystone XL tar sands pipeline

     
    The U.S. State Department will require additional environmental studies before granting a permit for the 1,660-mile Keystone XL pipeline, proposed to carry oil from the tar sands of northern Canada through the U.S. heartland and on to south Texas. In........
  • Football: Blair defensive end finds school

     
    Olufemi Aaron, a 6-foot-3, 225-pound defensive end at Pasadena Blair, has signed with Chadron State College in Nebraska. -- Eric Sondheiemr...
  • Wine samples delivered to you door! NEVER MIND, you live in Maryland and can't have it

     
    Hello Suckers, as Toots Shor used to say.Check out this neat-o innovation in wine buying: Tasting Room packages samples of wine in 50 ml. mini bottles complete with miniature versions of the real labels. Take a look. And check out......
  • Football: Hard work pays off for Muir's Kevin Seymour

     
    Pasadena Muir senior-to-be Kevin Seymour, a cornerback, works very hard in the off season, and it's starting to produce results. He has picked up scholarship offers from Florida and Nebraska in the past week. -- Eric Sondheimer...
  • TWO MORE COMMITMENTS IN CLASS OF 2012

     
    It was a good weekend for recruiting for Penn State as it grabbed two verbals from the Class of 2012 in defensive end Brent Wilkerson and linebacker Camren Williams. Both are rated as three stars by Scout.com; Rivals.com has not......