Click here to find the order of almost any book series, or find out about upcoming releases.
For phone numbers and addresses of many of the Paxton area Chamber of Commerce Members, click here.
To access the village of Loda website, click here.
To visit the Iroquois county website, click here.
University of Illinois and the city of Champaign are highlighted in this daily newspaper.
Enter your home address on this site and it will link you to all your federal and state representatives.
The University of Illinois Extension offers educational Programs to residents of all of Illinois' 102 counties.
Parkland College offers 120+ degree and certificate programs. A convenient and affordable way to reach your goals.
Resources for all senior care options and includes a resource center for caregivers.
Find Assisted Living facilities across the country. This site contains many resources
for those looking for the perfect place for their loved one, and guides to the level of care at each place.
Recovery Village is an organization with locations across the country, dedicated to providing the best treatment possible to those struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders.
This American Library Association website will give you the lastest in book, print, and media awards. Who knows, maybe you'll find your next book club read here!
Common Sense Media (CSM) is a San Francisco-based non-profit organization that provides education and advocacy to families to promote safe technology and media for children. ... Common Sense Media has also developed a set of ratings that are intended to gauge the educational value of videos, games, and apps.
Discover 35,462,436 images, texts, videos, and sounds from across the United States at https://dp.la/
The Illinois Digital Archives (IDA) (http://www.idaillinois.org/ui/custom/default/collection/default/resources/custompages/about) was created in 2000, as a repository for the digital collections of the Illinois State Library as well as other libraries and cultural institutions in the State of Illinois.
What can you find in the Illinois Digital Archives?
and much more.
The Illinois Veterans History Project was launched by Secretary of State Jesse White to create a permanent record of the names and stories of Illinois war veterans and civilians who served our state and country during war, so that their contributions will not be forgotten. This effort honors Illinois veterans by documenting and preserving the memories of their wartime experiences. This allows future generations to have a better understanding, appreciation and compassion for the sacrifices of these brave men and women.
To participate in the Illinois Veterans History Project, veterans or their family members can obtain an Illinois Patriot Information Form from the Secretary of State's office. Forms are also available at driver services facilities throughout Illinois and at Illinois public libraries. Interested persons may also print their own copies by downloading a PDF version of the form in either Regular Print Format or Large Print Format.
Veterans or their family members can complete this form and share their remembrances on the back or on a separate sheet of paper. Those who participate will receive an Official Certificate of Appreciation for their participation in this project.
Additionally, participants may submit an oral recorded history that will be placed in the Illinois Digital Archives and the Library of Congress Veterans History Project.
Secretary White created the Illinois Veterans History Project after the United States Congress passed a law in 2000 authorizing the Library of Congress to collect and preserve the histories of American veterans and civilians who served in wars from World War I to the present.
More Information about participation and full kits can be obtained through The Illinois State Library website.
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