Streator

Streator

(strē`tər), city (1990 pop. 14,121), La Salle and Livingston counties, N central Ill., on the Vermillion River; inc. 1882. It is an industrial center with diverse manufactures. Coal, discovered in the early 1860s, was the principal source of livelihood until the deposits were exhausted (c.1900). Several state parks are in the area.
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Staffed by more than 500 employees, the newly enlarged facility covers 245,000 square feet and sits on 21 acres of land in Streator, located about 80 miles southwest of Chicago.
The incident came to light when an off-duty officer, who was jogging, reportedly spotted Gerard Streator making love with the furniture.
Survivors include his wife; two sons, Ronald of San Diego and Donald of Anchorage; a step son, Joe Green of San Diego; and a sister, Linda of Streator, Ill.
If this process results in identifying realistic potential means to obtain noise relief, the authority will begin a consensus-building process encompassing all relevant stakeholders," said a statement from Joyce Streator, president of the airport authority.
In Palahniuk's tale, the narrator is another professional writer, journalist Carl Streator, dispatched to investigate a spate of mysterious cases of crib death.
They've been jumping up and down in the streets of Streator, Illinois at this perceived insult to local boy Tombaugh.
Born June 27, 1944 in Streator, Illinois, he earned degrees from both UCLA and USC.
Knowledge is indeed power, but that power begins to take over when Streator finds that killing is becoming "a bad habit.
Now Streator has the power of life and death, what will he do with it?
FROM GLASGOW and Chicago alike, it is only a small distance up the river from the cities of commerce and industry to the country of coal -- a territory centred in these cases on such mining towns as Lark-hall, Wishaw, and Blantyre on the River Clyde, and Braidwood, Streator, and Spring Valley on the Illinois River.