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This story, which aired on June 25th, takes a closer look at one of the murals that was painted in Arcola by a traveling group of artists known as the Walldogs. The reporter who produced this story enterprised it on her own and traveled on her own time to Arcola to gather interviews. This story was featured a day later in the Champaign News-Gazette newspaper.
The lead-in to the story is as follows: "The community of Arcola used the painting of murals by the Walldogs as a backdrop this weekend to honor one of their own World War II heroes who served in the Invasion of Normandy. Of the 15 Walldog murals, which depict historic themes of Arcola, one is dedicated to Joe Ernst for his service in the Navy and for his service of a different kind. Carol Vorel explains."
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