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In this March 24, 2014 photo Missouri University of Science and Technology student Jeffrey Becker pulls on debris in a pile at a Washington, Ill. home as he and almost two dozen other volunteers from the Rolla, Missouri school help clean up from a devastating tornado hit the city last November. Bethany Community Church in this central Illinois town has become home base for recovery operations in the tornado-ravaged community, where more than 1,000 homes were severely damaged or destroyed by the tornado.

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In this March 24, 2014 photo Missouri University of Science and Technology student Jeffrey Becker pulls on debris in a pile at a Washington, Ill. home as he and almost two dozen other volunteers from the Rolla, Missouri school help clean up from a devastating tornado hit the city last November. Bethany Community Church in this central Illinois town has become home base for recovery operations in the tornado-ravaged community, where more than 1,000 homes were severely damaged or destroyed by the tornado.

Burning of tornado debris irks North Illinois village

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COAL CITY, Ill. — A northern Illinois village’s decision to burn tornado debris has put it at odds with a neighboring town.

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