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LORAINE, Ill. | Battered and bloodied, Randy Wilcox remembers crawling along Ill. 336 heading back to his tractor.
MOUNT STERLING, Ill. | Michelle Hillyer is a little sweet on the holidays.
Deborah Lee works in the garden at her Four Winds Farm in Quincy, Ill. Lee, a herbal educator, offers classes at the farm where participants identify and collect herbs and make things to use or eat.
QUINCY, Ill. | Deborah Lee spends plenty of the time in the garden gathering herbs for her cooking — and her health.
Lon Simpson Jr. stands in his custom furniture and millwork shop in Nauvoo, Ill. Simpson says his shop is “a hybrid” where modern-day tools vie for space with vintage items he needs and uses in his work.
NAUVOO, Ill. | Lon Simpson Jr. easily straddles the centuries just standing in his custom furniture and millwork shop.
PITTSFIELD, Ill. | Owen Brown turned a trade-off into a profit thanks to some problem-solving skills.
PERRY, Ill. (AP) | Chiichiro Ina knows one of the greatest challenges facing Japanese hog producers is competition from the United States.
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