Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: NPR Illinois’ Statewide (August 10, 2019)

As Illinois has lost more students to colleges elsewhere, certain schools have benefitted more from that change. We’ll look at why students are choosing to leave Illinois for their higher education.

Also, the Illinois River is a major shipping channel in the state. But much of it will close next year while construction work takes place at locks and dams. What will that mean for farmers?

And, we’ll introduce you to a clinic that helps pregnant women addicted to drugs.

That and more on this episode of Statewide.

Revised live broadcast from August 10, 2019 on the Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network, online at heartlandnewsfeed.com, Spreaker and other platforms.

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Jake Leonard, a broadcast media and journalism veteran, is the editor-in-chief of Heartland Newsfeed. Leonard is also GM and program director of Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network and a contributing writer for My Sports Vote, Ambush Sports and Midwest Sports Network. He resides at home in Nokomis, Ill. with his dogs Sparky and Buster.