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Dairy foods are full of powerful nutrients like calcium, vitamin D, and protein to help keep bones, muscles, and bodies strong. These nutrients are important for all individuals, including pregnant moms, babies, teenagers, adults, and every age in between. “Even if an individual is not follo…
URBANA — A former University of Illinois employee who allegedly rented cars and paid for gas for herself at taxpayer expense has been charged with credit card fraud.
The Unit 9 School Board met Jan. 17 at the district office in Watseka.
Crescent-Iroquois Community Unit School District #249’s board of education conducted a regular meeting Monday, Jan. 23. The meeting, which took place in the board room at Crescent City Grade School, was called to order at 7 p.m. by board president Steve Massey. All present recited the Pledge…
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The Lady Bearcats celebrated Ken Leonard Night on Monday, Jan. 30, but lost by a heartbreaking 1one point to the BHRA Blue Devils.
More than 30 years after he helped create the Clifton Central Athletic Hall of Fame, Dr. Dale Hastings was inducted into it Saturday night.
The Warriors vs Hoopeston Varsity Boys game on Feb. 7 will be the annual Throwback Night.
The Milford Bearcats hosted the Armstrong-Potomac Trojans Jan. 24 in girls basketball action.
Milford Bearcats traveled to Danville Jan. 27 to play the Schlarman Hilltoppers.
The Watseka Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the location for the Business After Hours March 1 from 5:30-7 p.m., hosted by The Topper. The Topper is located at 1898 N. State Route 1 in Watseka.
Jan. 1-31, 2023
Max E. Howard of Gilman turns 100 on Feb. 9.
John L Nash Middle School will present the spring play production of Gooney Bird Greene and Her True Life Adventures, based on the book Gooney Bird Greene by Lois Lowry, according to information from the school.