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The Library Corner: Virtually active summer at Rantoul Public Library

By TERRIE VISEL
Rantoul Press columnist


Summer days are driftin’ away, but not at Rantoul Public Library. Even during the busy back-to-school month, the library continues to offer a calendar filled with both unique and popular events.


Expressions: A rush of memories

By LINDA KELLEY
Rantoul Press columnist


There are places we pass every day with a former existence of meaning to someone.


On The Beat: Cardinals ask STL PD to take down photo

By PAUL FARBER
Rantoul Press columnist


August is here, and summer is draining away. In a few weeks schools will be starting all over the area.


As you know I have expressed my feelings and enjoyment of baseball. Here is an article from the St. Louis Post Dispatch and St. Louis Police Officers Association.


Pauline's Corner: Sad to hear about Rantoul Press’ move

By PAULINE POREMBA
Rantoul Press columnist


I love hearing nice things about people. The people who arrived at the farmers market on Wednesday really enjoyed the time they spent shopping and looking forward to the next one.


Letter: Unhappy with single-hauler trash policy

To the editor:

I received my July light and water bill. Added was $14.20 for garbage pickup.


I knew it was coming and spoke to our mayor in June. I was told simply that I would have to pay the fee.


I have not had garbage pickup for 35 years. I live 100 yards from where I work and have had permission to use the Dumpster.


Guest Commentary: A fresh start needed

By Marshall Ramme, Tom Smiley and Wesley Miller
For Rantoul Press


We are excited to invite you to a celebration service honoring the 42 years of ministry and service of the Rantoul Christian Church.


Guest Commentary: Rude encounter with mayor

By Geneva Mees
For Rantoul Press


I have been a Rantoul citizen my entire life. I have raised my children, grandchildren and now great-grandchildren in Rantoul.


I work in Rantoul and have all my adult life. I shop in Rantoul, I eat in Rantoul, and the home I own is in the middle of Rantoul.


Commentary: Running the Press a bit smarter

By TIM EVANS
Rantoul Press general manager


RANTOUL — The Rantoul Press may have been printed on a hometown press for the last time last week.


Village Happenings: Changes a must to fix our budget

By JEFFREY A. FIEGENSCHUH
For Rantoul Press


Pauline's Corner: The time for swift action to protect us is right now

By PAULINE POREMBA
Rantoul Press columnist


Our beautiful country is being given away a little at a time. Haven’t any of you noticed?


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