Tim Nugent before in an interview with Illinois Public Media in January.
Jeff Bossert/Illinois Public Media
November 11, 2015

Tim Nugent, The ‘Father of Accessibility’ at U of I, Dies at 92

Nugent died Wednesday morning.  For years, he advocated for wheelchair-accessible buses, curb cuts, and other amenities that those with disabilities have now used for many years.  His time with the U of I goes back to the late 1940's, when he helped wounded veterans coming back from World War II.

A bandwagon at the Ringling Circus Museum in Florida.
Wikipedia Commons
November 11, 2015

The Bandwagon - Episode Four

Lisa Bralts and Brian Moline are back with another episode of The Bandwagon.  This week, they discuss the U of I, and how the "I" stands for "interim."  They also delve into the Greg Hardy domestic violence story, and the US Soccer Federation's decision to limit heading the ball in youth soccer.

DeWitt County residents opposing the placing of PCB's over the Mahomet Aquifer.
Sean Powers/Illinois Public Media
November 10, 2015

Clinton Landfill Settlement Leads To Questions On Future Of Aquifer Underneath

Once it's approved in court, the Clinton Landfill Consent Decree will bar certain types of waste from going into the landfill, in order to protect the Mahomet Aquifer that lies beneath it. But some waste that's already in the landfill will stay. Both supporters and critics of the Consent Decree are looking ahead to other ways to shield the aquifer from possible contamination.

Chris Corrie, who resigned as mayor of Monticello Monday night due to health reasons.
City of Monticello
November 10, 2015

Mayor Of Monticello Resigns Due To Illness

Mayor Chris Corrie, 56, announced Monday he was stepping down from the post due chronic Lyme disease. The city council now has to find someone to finish the rest of Corrie's term through April 2017. He was an alderman for one term before he was elected mayor in 2009.

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