Goodyear’s sustainable soybean oil procurement policy will drive increasingly stronger annual demand for soybean oil decades into the future.
Illinois Department of Human Services deploying teams to help vaccinate long-term care residents and staff as quickly as possible SPRINGFIELD – In order to increase the limited supply of vaccine to eligible recipients, the State of Illinois is working with Walgreens and CVS pharmacies... Read More.
Gov. Bruce Rauner stressed the need to further strengthen the U.S.-Japan relationship at today’s launch of the 49th Midwest U.S.-Japan Association Conference. The conference, which continues through Tuesday, unites business, education and government leaders in an effort to further... Read More.
Gov. Bruce Rauner applauded a 4-H and Google.org collaboration that will support new computer science education programs in Illinois and throughout the nation. Google executives announced the partnership and granted $1.5 million to 4-H today during a ceremony... Read More.
The Southeastern Illinois College Board of Trustees met Tuesday, May 16 at 6 p.m. in the Rodney J. Brenner Board Room to recognize the school’s first state winner of the Paul Simon Essay Contest, Callie Smith of Eldorado.
Illinois Treasurer Michael Frerichs today announced a partnership with Econ Illinois to help improve financial literacy among Illinois students. The announcement was made during Money Smart Week at the Federal Reserve Bank in Chicago. “We are excited to partner with Econ Illinois to promote Illinois’... Read More.
The State of Illinois and University of Illinois System announced a new partnership today which advances Illinois as the nation’s premier ‘Smart State’, integrating next-generation technology to improve quality of life, grow the state’s economy and retain and attract residents. “Illinois is nationally recognized as... Read More.
The following is a statement from Illinois Farm Bureau (IFB) President Richard Guebert, Jr., regarding the withdrawal of the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Agreement. “Illinois agriculture depends on free trade agreements to sell our products. Currently, 46 percent of Illinois exports go... Read More.