Rob Kanter
January 21, 2016

Wildlife moments from 2015

Why would a blackbird attack a deer? Why would a green heron drop a crabapple into a pond and fish it out again? Find out in this week's episode, as the author looks back at some puzzling observations from 2015.


Rob Kanter
January 14, 2016

2016 is the year for rooftop solar in Champaign County

Do you own a house, a business, or a farm in Champaign County? If so, you can benefit from a new program sponsored by the City of Urbana that secures a big discount in the price for rooftop solar by bringing consumers together to buy as a group, from a contractor selected through a competitive bidding process.



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