Hoopeston Police Department reports June 9-16
Attorney General Kwame Raoul last week announced that a Vermilion County man was charged with possessing and reproducing child pornography as part of the Attorney General’s ongoing efforts to apprehend the most active offenders who download and trade child pornography online.
Ashley Bzdyl, a University of Iowa student from Hoopeston, studying in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, was named to the UI’s Dean’s List for the spring 2019 semester.
Alaina Andrews, of Bismarck, graduated from Lakeview College of Nursing during the College’s spring commencement ceremony held in Danville, IL. Andrews earned a bachelor of science in nursing degree through the College’s Danville location.
In the creepy, kooky world of the Addams family, happy is sad and pain is joy. The Addams family embraces this way of life until, their daughter, Wednesday, falls in love with a boy from a “normal” family; suddenly, she feels herself pulled in a new direction that tests the rest of the famil…
After recently approving a contract with Republic Services for garbage pick-up that did not include bulk pick-up, the Hoopeston City Council was faced with a choice of finding a site where a roll-off container could be placed to allow local residents a site to drop-off bulk garbage items.
NEWTON COUNTY, INDIANA — As a result of the investigation into the alleged animal cruelty at Fair Oaks Farms, charges have been filed on three individuals for the beating of a vertebrate animal, Indiana Code 35-46-3-12, a Class A misdemeanor.
Each growing season, gardeners face many questions: what to plant, remove, divide etc. Whether you have a large area or a small patio, nutrient rich soil or compacted clay, unlimited funds or a tight budget there are countless ways to proceed and new garden trends to consider.
COUNTRY Financial Representative Sandie Smith recently announced the Hoopeston Fire Department is a recipient of a $1,500 COUNTRY Financial Operation Helping Heroes Donation.
NEWTON/JASPER COUNTY — The animal rights group Animal Recovery Mission (ARM) released a video and a series of statements Tuesday, showing the mistreatment of animals at Fair Oaks Farms.
No registration! No counting books! Just eight weeks of fun are planned this summer at Hoopeston Public Library. A variety of free programs will be offered for children, teens and adults, all based on the 2019 theme, “It’s Showtime at Your Library.”
The Hoopeston Animal Rescue Team has partnered with Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation and the State Farm Center in Champaign to give you the chance to see Miranda Lambert in concert this fall.
Community members who turned out for the annual Hoopeston Memorial Day Service at Floral Hill Cemetery May 27 received a history lesson regarding area military personnel who have given their lives in service to their country.
Summer fun at HPL kicks off at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 5 with a free concert in the lower level meeting room featuring a Parents’ Choice Award winning family musician from Chicago.
Iroquois County has been issued a final property assessment equalization factor of 1.0000, according to David Harris, Director of the Illinois Department of Revenue.