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In April, downstate-Illinois indie label Polyvinyl released the second album from Louisville power-pop act White Reaper, The World’s Best American Band.
Rating agencies in effect gave downstate Republicans political cover to back the tax increase.
The e-commerce giant already has a large presence in Boone County and the state, with a distribution center in Whitestown with 2,000 full-time workers and warehouses in Indianapolis, Plainfield and downstate that employ another 7,000 people.
Residents in pickup trucks or four-wheelers wait to unload supplies, or collect relatives coming home from downstate.
Kathleen Gray, Detroit Free Press The Mackinac Bridge Authority will leave its board room in northern Michigan and travel downstate to get input on the future form of the annual Bridge Walk, members decided Thursday.
In drafting its proposal, the state has had to navigate the upstate-downstate divide, not wanting to be accused of favoring New York City.
Rybka is camped out with fellow Waubonsie Valley science teacher Sara Young in a field near a parking lot of a Walmart in downstate Harrisburg, about 40 miles east of Carbondale.
The Northeast Ohioan could look for a downstate running mate in order to build name ID.
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