The Illinois Department of Transportation announced that resurfacing of U.S. 45/52 between Illinois 17 in Kankakee and Armour Road in Bourbonnais begins the evening of Sept. 20, according to a news release from IDOT.
This is the time of year when co-directors Denise Wall, Erik Parmenter and Jessica Fehland, would be organizing December’s Iroquois County Christmas Cantata; however, after much contemplation and discussion, the group has canceled this year’s performances.
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The Iroquois West boys golf team defeated Momence at Aspen Ridge on Sept. 17. The team took home a team score of 170 to top Momence’s 234 score.
The Watseka golf teams faced off against Beecher at Balmoral Woods on September 16.
The Iroquois West and Watseka girls golf teams faced off against Dwight and Seneca on September 15.
The Watseka tennis team defeated Danville Schlarman with a team score of 6-3 on September 15.
Cissna Park hosted Milford and Clifton-Central at Lakeview Country Club in Loda on September 15 for a boys and girls varsity match and a boys JV match.
Watseka — Iroquois Memorial Hospital announced that the winners of the 2020 Auxiliary Scholarships are: Tayler Fairley, Jenna Lemenager, Cassandra Brandenburg, and Brandon Olson, according to information from the hospital.
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The Sheldon-Concord Township Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at the Sheldon Community Center 104 South Fourth St. from 12:30-6 p.m. Sept. 15.
The Sept. 1 meeting of the Crescent City village board was called to order by mayor Mark Rabe at 7:02 p.m. Present for the village were Joe Belott, Kim Rabe, Scott Dirks, Dennis Ritzma, Steve Carley; treasurer Carolyn Rapp, and Sean McBride, of ERH.
Crescent City residents are reminded the town-wide recycling program will be Sept. 17. Those who take part are asked to have items to the curbside by 7:30 a.m.