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Aledo Times Record - Aledo, IL
Updated at 2:37 PM

“Rizzoli & Isles: Die Again,” by Tess Gerritsen. Ballantine Books, New York, 2014. 330 pages. $27.“Die Again,” Maine author Tess Gerritsen’s newest Rizzoli & Isles mystery thriller, begins not in Boston but Botswana. Millie is on safari in the remote Okavango Delta with seven other paid guests. The group is dependent on Clarence, the camp aide, and Johnny Posthumus, the quietly confident bush guide.

Updated at 2:33 PM

I have written in the past about a Southern Illinois rider who rides exclusively fixed gear bikes.  I knew he raced track bikes at the Major Taylor Velodrome in Indianapolis but what I didn’t know is that he had recently taken up fixed gear...

Posted at 2:30 PM

Facebook has announced that it will grant users more control over what happens to their Facebook pages after they die. Starting Thursday, users should see a new option pop up in their security settings that will let them choose whether they want to...

Updated at 12:55 PM

A fire Monday evening claimed the home of Mercer County Board member Lori Sindelar in the Sherrard area.The fire reportedly stared from a candle and the home, which was a log cabin, made it difficult to put out.No one was injured in the blaze.

Posted at 1:05 PM

Something tells us the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. do not want to be on her bad...

Updated at 12:42 PM

Members of the Aledo Fire Department answered a call of a garage fire Wednesday afternoon and found the garage fully engulfed in flame.

Updated at 11:56 AM

Mearon Diggins’ rap sheet is one kind of testimony.

Updated at 11:53 AM

White students who are assigned to classes with black peers in college are more likely to spend time with other blacks in the future, according to a new working paper that examined the experience of cadets at the Air Force Academy. The results...

Updated at 11:46 AM

While some eager viewers are champing at the bit (or ball gag, as the case may be) for this weekend’s big-screen release of “50 Shades of Grey,” we’re more in the mood for levity than the lash. If the raunch of this year’s must-see Valentine’s Day...

Updated at 11:42 AM

With Jon Stewart's departure from "The Daily Show," a coveted job comes open. Stewart, who was a bit of a struggling up-and-comer himself before landing the gig, leaves behind a show that has gone from an underground hit to a cable behemoth.

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