Western Courier

Diamond Dave’s loses karaoke

Neil Kessler

February 14, 1997

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WIU students presented over 400 signatures to the Macomb city council to keep karaoke at Diamond Dave's."We got over 400 hundred signatures of students who want Diamond Dave's karaoke night to stay open. I think that this is a gr...

No more Mr. Cupid

Will Buss

February 14, 1997

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Are you one of millions of Americans who stormed card and floral shops across the fruited plains to find the most perfect and extravagant icon of endearment for your significant other?If so, then you must know that it once agai...

Diamond Dave’s altercation could be contagious

February 14, 1997

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Diamond Dave's is being persecuted unfairly by the city of Macomb and its mayor.It is very disturbing to see so much time and energy spent on such a minor issue. Underage drinking -- a truly illegal act -- has taken a back seat ...

Vermeil says he likes Macomb, WIU

Neil Kessler

February 7, 1997

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St. Louis Rams head coach Dick Vermeil visited the WIU campus Wednesday to analyze the facilities for a return of the summer training camp to Macomb."The facilities are impressive," Vermeil said. The Rams visited first with WIU ...

Vermeil rams through Macomb

Karl Phipps

February 7, 1997

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"If it isn't broken, don't try to fix it." St. Louis Rams head coach Dick Vermeil is trying to fix something that could possibly end the short relationship between the Rams and the city of Macomb.Vermeil got a firsthand look a...

P.S. I mizz-ou

Will Buss

February 7, 1997

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Wednesday's off day allowed me time to skip town and take care of some long-awaited business. While many were still sleeping, this student awoke before the light of day and took to the road to Columbia, Mo., the campus and headq...

Murder trial will stay in McDonough County

Rebecca Bogler

February 7, 1997

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Two Chicago men charged with the June 15 Macomb beating death of Damenion Burnett were denied their request on Jan. 30 for a change of venue.Kendall Moore and Darrell Mitchell both face charges of first degree murder and currently will st...

Racial unity rolls away

Erica Key

February 7, 1997

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February is Black History Month, but all is not well with the message of brotherhood, sisterhood and peace. The message has sometimes been lost by the messenger, i.e. black people. It is up to us to strive for the accomplishment...

Myers pressing for WIU money

Lisa Lipscomb

February 7, 1997

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Last Wednesday State Rep. Rich Myers, R-Colchester, introduced an amendment to House Bill 197 that would secure an additional $850,200 for repair of the boiler system at WIU.Currently, WIU owns six boilers: Three are gas-fired a...

Rec Center to open Fall 97

Kristy Judycki

February 7, 1997

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Students anticipating the opening of the new student recreation center and remodeled areas of Western Hall should mark their calendars for the beginning of fall semester 1997.According to Jim Barnett, director of the Physical Pl...

Eagles lay 75-78 egg on ‘Necks

Matthew Johnson

February 7, 1997

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Most teams do better at home, but that's not the case with WIU. Poor play continued to bother the Leathernecks last night in a 78-75 loss to Northeastern Illinois University.As with the past few games, WIU (12-8, 7-4) dominated...

Winds slide to bottom of barrel

February 7, 1997

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The Westerwinds basketball team was overshadowed by Northeastern Illinois University last night after suffering an 83-59 defeat.The 'Winds remained fairly competitive throughout the majority of the game with the support of senio...

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