Problems plague Illinois River Scenic Corridor
Numerous world-class swimming holes along
the National Wild and Scenic Illinois River corridor
draw people from near and far, but due to Forest
Service budget shortfalls, the area lacks adequate
law enforcement and the Store Gulch Guard Station
near Sixmile Creek is in danger of being closed next
year. Residents and recreational users are concerned
about public health and safety as well as impacts to
the river’s environment. .......
The Occasional Two-Timing Double-Crossers play for change at ArtWalk. From left, they are Randal Cranor on dobro, Dave
Spilanthes on guitar, Karin Rohland on fiddle and Joe Flaherty on harmonica.
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