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Activist Christopher Rufo dismantles Washington Post 'hit piece' on his efforts to expose evils of ...

Russia Today 21 Jun 2021
"This is how the media lies." ... "Democracy dies when the media lies," he said, alluding to WaPo's slogan of "Democracy dies in darkness." ... Lie #1 ... Lie #2 ... Lie #3 ... Lie #4 ... For instance, a video of radio host Ty Smith, who is black, arguing against CRT at an Illinois school board meeting earlier this month garnered millions of views on social media.
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'How do I have two medical degrees if I'm oppressed?' Father and radio host Ty ...

The Daily Mail 19 Jun 2021
A conservative radio show host has gone viral after he dramatically denounced Critical Race Theory at a meeting of an Illinois school board ... Ty Smith, a talk radio host on a conservative Bloomington, Illinois station, gave an impassioned speech against Critical Race Theory at a June 9 meeting of District 87 of Bloomington Public Schools.
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David Smallwood, Chicago journalist, author, longtime N’Digo editor, dead at 66

Chicago Sun-Times 19 Jun 2021
He attended Shimer College in Mount Carroll for a year, then transferring to University of Illinois at Chicago, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in communications in 1976 — one of 150 students selected for a pioneering student-designed curriculum ... The Nine Lives of Radio Legend Herb Kent.” Here, Mr.
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SEGUE: SIUE chief of police Schmoll visits SEGUE

The Intelligencer 18 Jun 2021
On this week’s episode of Segue, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s weekly radio program exploring the lives and work of the people on campus and beyond, Chancellor Randy Pembrook interviews Police Chief Kevin Schmoll ... Schmoll joined SIUE as a police officer and graduated from the Illinois State Police Academy in 1994.
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Black man goes viral for rant against critical race theory at school board meeting—but he’s ...

The Daily Dot 18 Jun 2021
A viral video shows a supposed "concerned parent" believing he's destroying the idea of critical race theory at an Illinois school board meeting ... He's Ty Smith, a conservative radio host, so-called "Modern Renaissance Man" on YouTube, and father of two nearly-adult sons ... He also hosts "Cancel This," a conservative radio talk show in central Illinois.
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Jim Ruppert: Former State Journal Register sports reporter dies. He left a lasting legacy

The State Journal-Register 17 Jun 2021
He did it all, beginning with his days in the radio-TV program at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale after two years at Lincoln Land Community College ... His background in electronic media came in handy when WFMB-AM launched "The Sportswriters on the Radio" program in the middle-1990s.
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Review: Burlington Riverfront Entertainment Summer Concert Series a hit with the large crowd

The Hawk Eye 15 Jun 2021
Burlington Riverfront Entertainment kicked off its inaugural Summer Concert Series last week with free concerts by two of the area's favorite bands, Burlington rock-disco-funkers Jive Radio on Thursday and Warsaw, Illinois, up-country-rock band Stumptown featuring Jerad Harness ...
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Music to donate by: Radio playing local songs July 4 to raise funds for fireworks

The News-Gazette 11 Jun 2021
Pre-recorded music of local bands will be played for six hours July 4 on three radio stations, and listeners will be given a number to text and a website for online donations to help defray the cost of the fireworks that evening, said Margaret Givens, treasure of the freedom celebration committee.
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Quick hits: Illinois news in brief for Thursday, June 10, 2021

News-Press Now 10 Jun 2021
The cost of a steak to put on the grill continues to escalate and it is largely due to a shortage of truck drivers in Illinois and the rest of the country ... When asked in 2019 by Illinois Radio Network about the possibility of being captured on undercover recordings, Madigan responded “it’s a tough world we live in.”.
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Christian radio station returns to live events with Murphysboro picnic

The Southern Illinoisan 09 Jun 2021
For the first time in more than a year, a statewide Christian radio station is again holding public events for listeners and it is starting with a gathering in Southern Illinois ... .
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Students call for post-pandemic ‘no fail’ policy

Journal Courier 08 Jun 2021
“Rather than giving the kids a failing grade, maybe there’s a way we give students incompletes until they’ve shown they have done the work necessary to meet the requirements of the course and get the grade they need to show they can move on,” he told Illinois Radio Network.
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Special dog breed ‘hunts’ endangered Illinois turtle

News-Press Now 07 Jun 2021
... in Illinois ... One of these dogs can find a box turtle every 15 minutes,” Allender told Illinois Radio Network ... The effort is part of the longest and largest health survey of box turtles in North American, Sondra Katzen of the Chicago Zoological Society told Illinois Radio Network.
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Students call for ‘no fail’ policy after COVID-19

News-Press Now 07 Jun 2021
“Rather than giving the kids a failing grade, maybe there’s a way we give students incompletes until they’ve shown they have done the work necessary to meet the requirements of the course and get the grade they need to show they can move on,” he told Illinois Radio Network.
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Guest Commentary | Livestock industry doing its part to reduce climate footprint

The News-Gazette 06 Jun 2021
Science does tell a different story than what this academic study claims,” Jennifer Tirey, executive director of the Illinois Pork Producers Association, told the RFD Radio Network ... Daniel Grant is the commodities editor at the Illinois Farm Bureau, based in Bloomington.
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SEGUE: WE CARE Clinic director Ampadu visits SIUE

The Intelligencer 04 Jun 2021
On this week’s episode of Segue, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s weekly radio program exploring the lives and work of the people on campus and beyond, Chancellor Randy Pembrook interviews Jerrica Ampadu, PhD, RN, CCP, assistant professor in the School of Nursing’s ...
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