A Fishing Story

by Loren Logsdon   It was breakfast on Saturday at the Slaughter home, and Mercy, apropos of nothing, said to her husband, “Wanton, do you know what would taste good for supper?” “Cheese pudding,” Wanton Slaughter replied quickly. “That’s close…

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Karen’s Corner

by Karen D. Fyke   Cherry Cream Pie   I found this hand-written recipe in one of my mother’s cook- books. It certainly couldn’t be easier. 1 pkg (8 oz) cream cheese, softened 1 can (14 oz) sweetened condensed milk…

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Eureka City Council Okays Barn Project

EUREKA – At their October 20 city council meeting the Eureka City Council formally accepted the proposal of Barnstorming, Inc. to move the 175-year-old Davidson Barn to city property. The structure will be deconstructed at its current site, restored, and…

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It’s All About Bees

No, this isn’t a picture of a Halloween costume, but for many of us, it’s just as scary. Nickolas Naeger, a University of Illinois bee researcher, will speak at Eureka college on November 3, explaining his passion for bees.  Photo…

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Eureka College Elects Trustees, Officers

EUREKA– The Eureka College Board of Trustees recently elected trustees and officers. Elected as trustees were: Andy Chiou M.D. of Peoria, a vascular surgeon, president of Peoria Surgical Group and medical director of the OSF Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Center.…

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