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The head of the Community Health Care Clinic said six months into operations of the new dental clinic they are only scratching the surface of filling the need for tooth care for low-income people in the Twin Cities.

Working with kids aside the pool
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Bloomington-Normal youth this week embarked on an adventure at Normal Community West High School to build the International Space Station, with a few modifications.

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The Heartland Community College board on Tuesday approved a tentative $32 million operating budget for fiscal year 2020, which begins July 1.

Unit 5 Board Members in their meeting room
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Heartland Community College said high school students across central Illinois have saved $4.9 million in community college tuition and fees with dual credit courses through their high schools over the last five years. Sixteen high schools participate in the program with HCC.

Nursing students at work
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report 700 women die every year in the U.S. from pregnancy-related complications.

Keith greets candidates
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Two candidates for a seat on the Heartland Community College Board both said they want to be careful to keep property taxes as low as possible, as did a third who is running uncontested.

Quinnie Clavert at vintage typewriter
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Years after we thought typewriters had become obsolete, an exhibition reveals they still have considerable charm. 

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Heartland Community College is looking to double the number of athletic programs it offers in hopes of attracting more students.

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Heartland Community College is making students pay more next year, but it's also trying to find more students to help the school get out of the red.

Heartland Community College is now offering a new program at the Western Avenue Community Center to help Bloomington residents who aren’t native English speakers gain the skills needed to succeed in the workplace.

Ron Frazier
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Fine art photographer Ron Frazier had hit rock bottom with his inspiration. After photographing the Illinois landscape for many years, he felt his enthusiasm waning until, finally, he put down his camera.

Education officials pose at museum
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The National Science Foundation awarded a combined $4.6 million grant to Heartland Community College, Illinois State, and Illinois Wesleyan universities to bolster STEM studies.

Drone delivery in field
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Drones are no longer a new or emerging technology. They’re a part of everyday life for insurance companies, photographers, law enforcement, and the military.

Heartland Community College students meet mini therapy horses during their campus visit Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018.
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Move over, therapy dogs. Heartland Community College is bringing in mini therapy horses.

The Normal college hosted mini therapy horses from the organization MiniVisits on Tuesday.

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Heartland Community College President Keith Cornille is putting his money where his feet are.

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For the first time, Heartland Community College is seeing a deficit in its operating budget.

Heartland and Exelon leaders sign partnership
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A new partnership between Heartland Community College and Exelon gives employees at the Clinton Power Station customized courses towards an associate’s degree.

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A new program at Mid Central Community Action (MCCA) provides residents with access to employment coaching and job development.

Evan speaks on stage with presentation behind him
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A $43.6 million indoor-outdoor sports complex would make Bloomington-Normal an even bigger sports tourism destination and have a multigenerational impact on public health, a consultant told elected officials Monday night.

Heartland Community College video counseling
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Heartland Community College is set to become the first community college in the state to offer counseling services to its students by video.

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The Heartland Community College (HCC) Board of Trustees on Tuesday approved a tentative budget for the next fiscal year. The $30.7 million spending plan allots for a $260,000 deficit, which is half of the original projection.

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Heartland Community College is switching its location in Lincoln.

:  Faculty Association Lead Sean Colcleasure and Board Chair Gregg Chadwick sign the new 3-year agreement.
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Heartland Community College and its faculty union have agreed on a three-year contract.

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Here are some of the top stories we covered this week (April 30-May 4, 2018) on GLT and WGLT.org.

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Incoming Heartland Community Community President Keith Cornille on Tuesday signaled an optimistic view of state funding for higher education, even as he suggested a need for “more creative” local partnerships.

Courtesy of Douglas Tallamy

Environmentalist Douglas Tallamy believes every person with a patch of front or back yard can be a conservationist.

Keith Cornille
Heartland Community College

The new Heartland Community College president will be Keith Cornille.

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Heartland Community College’s Council on Family Relations is holding its second annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes to encourage discussion on the issue.

Keith Cornille
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The last of the finalists for the job of Heartland Community College president will visit campus Monday and Tuesday.

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Heartland Community College has announced the third candidate for its presidential search.

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