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The town of Normal was first called North Bloomington, but was renamed in 1865 after the Illinois State Normal University that was located there. The Illinois State Normal University, an institution that trains teachers, later became a four-year university and has since been renamed Illinois State University. Normal is home to the original Steak and Shake restaurant, which was opened in 1934. Also, Normal is the only place in the United States that Mitsubishi has a car manufacturing facility.

Population: 52004
Local Newspapers: Normalite Pantagraph
Local Sports Teams: Illinois State Redbirds
Local Colleges: Illinois State University

Zip Codes associated with normal, illinois: 61761
Towns/Cities near normal, illinois : Bloomington Farmers City Towanda Lexington Lincoln Le Roy

Normal News
Legner named society president

Daniel Legner, ARA, , senior appraiser with Compeer Financial in Princeton, heads up the 2018 leadership team of the Illinois Society of Professional Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers. He and the other officers were elected during the organization's annual meeting on Feb. 8 in Champaign.

Suspected cocaine dealer in McLean County custody

Police say they arrested Rashad Adams, 25, on charges of manufacturing and delivery of cocaine. They believe he supplied cocaine to dealers in the Bloomington/Normal area.

Turner: Show your support for Black History Month

February is Black History Month, and not only is this month filled with so much culture and pride, but it is also full of opportunities for black people to show off their skills, talents and hobbies. Many people may think there is no way to show their appreciation for Black History Month, however, there are many ways to show support it.

ISU students reveal what they would do if they won the lottery

College students' heads are as filled with as many dreams as their campus is with people. Though winning the lottery typically remains a fantasy, Illinois State University students contemplate what they would do if that dream became reality.

13th congressional district Democratic candidates seek to contrast themselves against Davis

The College Democrats at Illinois State University hosted a candidate forum Tuesday at the Normal Theater for the democratic candidates seeking to win the March 20 general election primary. The five Democratic candidates, Jonathan Ebel, David Gill, Erik Jones, Betsy Dirksen Londrigan and Angel Sides all participated in the 90-minute forum with WGLT's Charlie Schlenker as acting moderator.

Gleason give the Decatur City Council a Hard Look at the Budget

Feb 6 - The Decatur City Council was given an update on the City's Budget from City Manager Tim Gleason at Monday night's meeting. Gleason will deliver this update at the beginning of every first meeting of the month for the Council.

Professional Sales Institute hosts Sales Career & Internship Fair

The Professional Sales Institute will host the Spring 2018 Sales Career Job & Internship Fair at 4 p.m. on Feb. 21 in the Bone Student Center. The Professional Sales Institute will host the Spring 2018 Sales Career Job & Internship Fair at 4 p.m. on Feb. 21 in the Bone Student Center.

Gallery: Give a cheer for our favorite images from January

Gov. Bruce Rauner delivers his State of the State address to a joint session of the General Assembly Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018, at the Capitol, in Springfield, Ill. From left, Student Body Vice President Ashley Shannon, Student Body President Beau Grzanich and Student Body Chief of Staff Idan Rafalovitz talk about their plans for the spring semester.

The Quad boasts a rich history in athletics, plants, warfare

When associating four-letter words with Illinois State University, hopefully "Quad" quickly comes to mind. There is plenty of history behind the scenic hub of the campus.

Pekin man booked on child sex assault charge

A Pekin man and music teacher was arrested Tuesday in Normal for allegedly sexually assaulting a preteen, according to authorities. The Bloomington Police Department said Aaron M. Parlier, 36, was arrested about 1:30 p.m. in the 1300 block of Warriner Street by members of the U.S. Marshals Service Task Force.

RSO to know: Alpha Phi Omega champions leadership, fellowship

While other students are hitting the books or spending time with friends, a group of Illinois State University students are doing that and more by dedicating a portion of their time to community service. These students are part of Alpha Phi Omega , a national coed service fraternity on campus.

Congerville man killed in weekend plane crash

A Congerville, Illinois man died when a plane, reported missing late Saturday night, crashed in central Indiana, according to a statement from the Warren County sheriff's office. Authorities on Sunday identified the pilot as George P. Irick Jr, 68, of Congerville, which is about 17 miles northwest of Normal.

Dutch offense goes cold against Buena Vista in men's basketball loss

Central College senior forward Malik Wildermuth had 21 points, including three trifectas in a 92-81 home loss to Buena Vista University Saturday evening. With 8:37 remaining in the first half Central led 28-19 before Buena Vista closed the half with a 26-9 run.

IICF to honor Deborah Babcock

The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation's Midwest Division will honor Deborah Babcock during its seventh annual Blazing the Trail Benefit on March 8 in Chicago. Ms. Babcock, associate director of the Katie School of Insurance at Illinois State University in Normal, is being honored for her philanthropic leadership and service to the foundation, IICF said Wednesday in a statement.

Apparatus Erupts in Flames on IL Highway

A fire apparatus belonging to the Normal, IL, Fire Department burns on the side of I-74 after it burst into flames while being returned from a maintenance overhaul on Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018. Knoxville Fire Protection District Chief Jeff Vandemark said fire crews were called out to a fire truck blaze at about 10 a.m. Wednesday on eastbound Interstate 74 near mile marker 59. A firefighter from the Normal Fire Department was driving the reserve truck from Alexis Fire Equipment back to Normal, followed by a vehicle driven by another Normal firefighter.

Cocaine, cash seized in drug bust

Bloomington officers say Normal man Thomas Walker, 29, is now in custody. The department's Vice Unit served a search warrant Tuesday at his house, located in the 1200 block of Major Street in Normal, and found about .75 ounces of cocaine and $1,200 in cash.

Bill, Bill, Bill: Bill Nye the Science Guy documentary hits Normal Theater

As part of their programming schedule the Normal Theater will feature a new PBS Distribution documentary featuring Bill Nye the Science Guy. As part of their programming schedule the Normal Theater will feature a new PBS Distribution documentary featuring Bill Nye the Science Guy.

Pamela Reece named new Normal City Manager

Normal Mayor Chris Koos announced Tuesday that Pamela Reece will be the next City Manager of the town of Normal, succeeding Mark Peterson, who retires effective the end of March. Koos said the town received 49 applicants from across the nation for the position, but that the Council's choice was clear.

Business education major session to be held

An information session on the business education major will be held at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 30 in the State Farm Hall of Business. An information session on the business education major will be held at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 30 in the State Farm Hall of Business.

Fur-ever love: Farmer-Dougan helps students understand their canine friends

Not many professors can say their teaching specialty is dog- as much as they would like to - but Valeri Farmer -Dougan can. The Illinois State University psychology professor's specialty is animal behavior, with an emphasis on canine behavior.

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