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Blew’s brews making noise at Molly’s Pint

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Nick and Molly Blew co-own Molly’s Pint. What began as a love for brewing beer in his kitchen 10 years ago eventually led to the dream of Molly’s Pint, which became a reality.

MVC basketball will be a dog fight this season

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With the departure of the MVC gorilla in the room, Wichita State, to the AAC last month, ESPN pundits are like hornets after someone has hit their nest with a baseball bat: flying hither and thither with no knowledge or forethought.

Analytics will help student pilots make better decisions

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For the last year, Ken Bro, an assistant instructor in the aviation management and flight program, has been meshing variables from student landings, including engine performance, wind, altitude, speed and a plane’s bank, to examine safety.

Wisconsin photographer gets second shot at eclipse

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Seaton, 52, was just a young teenager in 1979 when a major solar eclipse visible in the United States provided his first chance to document such an event.

Marion boy to appear next month on Food Network: 6th grader participated in Kids BBQ Championship

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Josh Loyd, a sixth-grader at the junior high, said he started learning how to grill from his father, Anthony, as early as 5 years old. Thinking that he might be good enough to enter a competition, he, with help from his mother, DeShona, browsed the Internet and found the Kids' BBQ Championship competition advertised on the Food Network website.

Religious question sparks controversy at graduation:Akin salutatorian delivered speech after ceremony

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When Akin Grade School salutatorian Seth Clark submitted his speech, it contained references to “God-like forgiveness” as well as a quote from the Bible. School officials, reacting to a complaint from a local citizen, decided Seth would not be allowed to deliver the address.

Dunn announces two additional chancellor finalists

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Rodney Scott Hanley, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn., and Carlo Montemagno, professor of engineering, chemical and materials engineering at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, and founding director of the Ingenuity Lab for the Province of Alberta has been added to the Southern Illinois University chancellor's search, according to SIU President Randy Dunn.


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