September 2014

Selling rural Illinois

The competition for new industries, businesses, offices and the jobs they bring to any area is quite intense. Every community, county and region hopes it can land new factories, distribution facilities and stores. Throughout the nation and all across Illinois, economic development is a key concern for business and governmental leaders. That’s why larger metropolitan […]


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Selling rural Illinois

The competition for new industries, businesses, offices and the jobs they bring to any area is quite intense. Every community, county and region hopes it can land new factories, distribution facilities and stores. Throughout the nation and all across Illinois, economic development is a key concern for business and governmental leaders. That’s why larger metropolitan […]

Rules drafted in Washington have local impact

Not-for-profit electric cooperatives work every day to provide affordable, reliable electricity to the more than 42 million Americans they serve. Electric co-ops steadfastly focus on ways to provide reliable and affordable energy. Our nation needs a sensible energy policy that is based on those two priorities — reliability and affordability. Simple supply and demand dictates […]

Tips for a healthier home

Every household has its honey-do list, but ­inevitably you’re not always going to have time to cross off every project on the list. Rather than ­setting lofty goals that make it easy to procrastinate, the key to a productive and effective list is to be ­realistic. Start with the projects that will have an immediate […]

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