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Coffee and Conversation: It’s go time

Journal Standard 10 Apr 2021
Promotion for FarmWeekNow.com, FarmWeek, RFD Radio Network ... And the Illinois Farm Bureau will be there to keep members informed ... With this campaign effort, we hope to raise knowledge and awareness of FarmWeekNow.com (site, app, e-newsletter), FarmWeek® and the RFD Radio Network ... and who are focused on Illinois food animal medicine.
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SEGUE: SIUE’s Weishaar discusses student international affairs

The Intelligencer 09 Apr 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 Mary Weishaar, PhD, executive director of international affairs. This episode of Segue airs at 9 a.m. on Sunday, April 11 ... .
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'A real cultural loss': Augustana Professor Roald Tweet inspired students in and out of the classroom

The Hawk Eye 09 Apr 2021
A Quad Cities historian, a radio personality, an English professor, an award-winning writer and an Eastern Iowa icon, Roald died of COVID-19 at the age of 87 ... Later, Roald also hosted "Scribble," a radio show with former Illinois state Sen.
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Writer-director Nestor Torre Jr. dies, 78

Manila Standard Today 06 Apr 2021
He was 78. Nestor U ... Before this, the young Torre, fresh from earning his Master’s degree in journalism, radio and television at the Northwestern University in Illinois, had also taught at the University of the Philippines, where Rodrigo (more famously known as Boots Anson-Roa before she remarried) was one of his students in broadcast media ... .
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Leathernecks take on Penguins in home finale

The McDonough County Voice 02 Apr 2021
MACOMB – Saturday is the home finale for the Western Illinois football team and the Leathernecks close out the home slate under the lights, hosting Youngstown State (1-4) at 7 p.m ... South Dakota team and they took Southern Illinois to the wire ... Western Illinois vs ... Radio .
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SEGUE: Studio art student has love for metalwork

The Intelligencer 02 Apr 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, College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Dean Kevin Leonard, PhD, interviews Kylea Perkins, a senior majoring in studio art. This episode of Segue airs at 9 a.m. Sunday, April 4 ... My... .
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'Gritty beats pretty': Nebraska leaning on grind-it-out style during hot start to season

Fremont Tribune 02 Apr 2021
CHRIS BASNETT Lincoln Journal Star ... "And I think it’s come to fruition and we’ve had some success." ... Nebraska will look for more of that grittiness this weekend when the Huskers head to Illinois for a three-game series against the Illini (7-8). First pitch Friday is set for 6 p.m. at Illinois Field ... Minnesota vs ... Minnesota vs ... Nebraska at Illinois ... Radio ... .
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Scouting reports for Nebraska baseball against Illinois

Omaha World-Herald 01 Apr 2021
Illinois Field, Champaign, Illinois. Radio ... Scouting Illinois (7-8) ... … Reflecting its record, Illinois has been merely average on defense (.972 fielding percentage is 91st nationally) and scoring (6.3 runs/game, 100th) ... … Illinois is 11-10 against Nebraska as Big Ten members and has won three of the last four series ... Regular-season loss to Illinois.
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Joan Walsh Anglund: Her children’s books captured the innocence of youth

The Irish Times 31 Mar 2021
Joan May Walsh was born January 3rd, 1926, in Hinsdale, Illinois, just west of Chicago ... After the family moved back to Illinois, Anglund studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the American Academy of Art, also in Chicago ... But radio was rapidly losing ground to television, and they moved back to Illinois.
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Joan Walsh Anglund obituary: Her children’s books captured the innocence of youth

The Irish Times 31 Mar 2021
Joan May Walsh was born January 3rd, 1926, in Hinsdale, Illinois, just west of Chicago ... After the family moved back to Illinois, Anglund studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the American Academy of Art, also in Chicago ... But radio was rapidly losing ground to television, and they moved back to Illinois.
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Crew Club mourns the loss of 'brothers,' as names of two Iowa State students who ...

The Hawk Eye 31 Mar 2021
Yaakov and Derek were family.” ... ISU records list him as a good student; he made the dean's list ... Nanni was 19 and a freshman chemistry major from Normal, Illinois. At University High School in Normal, Nanni ran cross country and track and competed on the swim team, his former principal Andrea Markert told Illinois radio station WGLT ... More.
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LaVO: Can you do the ‘Bristol Stomp’? New mural will celebrate song that put Bristol ...

The Doylestown Intelligencer 29 Mar 2021
I first heard it on the radio when I was 17. The pulsating “Bristol Stomp” by the Dovells. Wow! As a senior in high school on the West Coast, I thought it was about kids in Bristol, England ... Said Gross ... A radio station in Chicago picked it up, making it a Midwest hit where kids thought it was about Bristol, Illinois or Bristol, Ohio.
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Bill Speltz: College football for real in April? Yes, the Grizzlies are mighty excited

Missoulian 28 Mar 2021
An amusing message was sent out via Twitter by longtime radio voice of Southern Illinois athletics, Mike Reis. He was giddy over what he coined one of the greatest football wins by Southern Illinois — a program I knew well back in the 90s while working as beat writer — in the history of the program.
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Bob Odenkirk Prides Himself on His Dad Bod in ‘Nobody’

New York Observer 23 Mar 2021
Naturally, his cocksure declaration is met by immediate laughter. The deep-bellied hearty kind ... Observer. When you were hopping around from College of DuPage to Marquette University then Southern Illinois and you were hosting the midnight-to-4am radio show on WIDB, did you ever think that one day you’d be leading your own action movie? ... It is ... Mr.
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AM 560 The Answer Announces Addition of Shaun Thompson as Afternoon Drive Host

The Marshall News Messenger 22 Mar 2021
It’s rare in radio to have transition as smooth as this one,” said Jeff Reisman, regional vice president and general manager of AM 560 The Answer ...Twelve years ago, I made my first phone call to a talk radio station as a listener,” said Thompson ... Thompson grew up in Melrose Park, Illinois and attended Columbia College in Chicago.
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