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Augustana mourns the loss of Don Davis


13-1 shot Cloud Computing springs upset in Preakness


Galesburg baseball wants to send Arnie Gonzalez out in style


Rock Island takes on Alleman at renovated Douglas Park


Geneseo track coach overcomes cancer, receives new outlook on life


9-2 favorite Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby in the slop


Classic Empire is early 4-1 favorite for Kentucky Derby


U.S. Sen. Durbin of Illinois treated for irregular heartbeat


Assumption senior Joy Ripslinger honored as outstanding performer at Drake Relays


QCA athletes thrive at Drake Relays


Mallards extend contract of head coach Phil Axtell


Mallards lose playoff series to Fort Wayne 4-1


Mallards fall to Komets 4-3 in OT


Watch Live: White House Welcomes New England Patriots


Kenyans Kirui, Kiplagat win 121st Boston Marathon


Cubs get World Series rings to go with historic championship


Rockridge beats Orion 13-8


Lumberkings manager honors former friend Jose Fernandez


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