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Bears suffer gut-wrenching loss to Dolphins in overtime

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – The Bears went into Sunday’s matchup with the Dolphins riding high on a three-game winning streak and well-rested after their off week, while the home team had lost in disappointing fashion in each of the previous two weeks after a 3-0 start.

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U.S. Army's Golden Knights drop into NIU homecoming with game ball

DeKALB – Strapped into a fabric seat waiting for the go-ahead to jump out of an airplane thousands of feet in the air isn’t how most people spend their Saturday afternoon.

Defense leads way in Huskies' win over Ohio

DeKALB – Nursing a five-point lead on third-and-16 from his team’s own 15-yard line, Ohio quarterback Nathan Rourke eluded the NIU pressure and took off running.

CROP Walk hosted by First Congregational Church

DeKALB – Jerry Lane does not believe that the problem of hunger will ever go away. However, the Sycamore resident said that he feels an obligation to help, and has been doing something to fight hunger and food insecurity for more than 25 years.

Sycamore City Council to consider new electric aggregation plan

SYCAMORE – The City Council will revisit a previously approved electric aggregation agreement during its Monday meeting after a settlement between the Illinois Commerce Commission and regulators in other states that make up the regional power grid affected the blended rate.

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