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The Argonaut ? Holiday Break Bus

Holiday World Runs Test Launch for New Roller Coaster - Tristatehomepage - Eyewitness News

The office provides a chartered bus to transport UI and Washington State University students to the Portland and Vancouver areas by way of the Tri-Cities. The bus will stop in Kennewick, The Dalles and Hood River. In Idaho, the bus route first stops in New Meadows before heading to Boise. One of the buses ends its transport in Boise, while the other goes past Boise, making stops throughout the interstate to end in Idaho Falls.
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Holiday Inn Express expected to come to East Peoria | WEEK News 25 - News, Sports, Weather - Peoria, Illinois | Top Stories

As the snow from last week thawed, Thunderbird roared to life and launched its first train 14 stories into the cloudless sky, completing a full ride circuit on its first try. This is a huge milestone for us," says Holiday World President Matt Eckert. "Thunderbird is the greatest investment weve made since we opened in 1946. Thunderbird is Holiday Worlds first major steel roller coaster. It boasts a zero-to-60 miles-per-hour launch in 3.5 seconds, followed by loops, rolls, and inversions. Holiday World opens April 25 with the premiere of Thunderbird. Splashin Safari opens May 13. For more information about Holiday World, click here for their website or call 1-877-463-2645. Holiday World on Youtube Copyright 2015 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc.
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The hotel would be located on a 2.5-acre site next to Bass Pro shops in East Peoria. The $6.5 million project would include a four story hotel with 93 rooms. Click here to sign up for local offers. The city says it would pay to build the surrounding infrastructure. "This is our front door to the city so putting that emphasis here as well as the Levee District has been very critical," said East Peoria Planning and Community Development Director Ty Livingston.
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