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It certainly adds to the absurdity. @NOTMayorSpring needs a cameo appearance. BG
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John Ohnumus was the HR Director for a lengthy period of time until he took over as Transit Director then Rick Meehan filled that position in addition to being DAS.
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Flu activity builds in Illinois

3 months, 3 weeks ago from Associated Press

Public health officials say the flu is beginning to hit Illinois

Public health officials say the flu is beginning to hit Illinois.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the virus is being seen on a regional basis throughout the state. That's one step away from being widespread.

The (Champaign) News-Gazette reports ( http://bit.ly/19nn1oP ) doctors are busy treating patients who have the illness, along with those who have strep and pneumonia.

Flu activity typically begins building in the U.S. in December, although the peak typically isn't seen until sometime between January and March.

Champaign-Urbana Public Health District Administrator Julie Pryde says while the flu isn't everywhere, it's "absolutely" in the community.

Area hospitals have reported dozens of cases so far.

Last year, more than 600 people were admitted to Illinois intensive care units with the flu. At least 96 died.


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Tulsa's giving Haith 7 years at $1.85 million per???? #HAHAHAHAHAHA
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RT @jakesherlock: Frank Haith breaking up with Mizzou over text message is the most Frank Haith thing ever.
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Mizzou Caravan: Thursday, April 24, 2014 Hannibal Caravan @ The Hannibal Country Club 6:00 PM
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RT @Dave_Matter: That's right: Haith told Mike Alden he was taking the Tulsa job via text message.