ONARGA — Over in mid-state Onarga, the softball field there is called White Field. After the Gardner-South Wilmington opened up the Class 1A Gilman Sectional there with a 20-2 win over Westminster Christian on Wednesday, the Lady Panthers just may be referring to it as White Hot Field.
OTTAWA — Wednesday’s Class 3A Ottawa Baseball Regional semifinal game could be viewed as a microcosm of the seasons that the involved teams have put together.
For the third time, Bill Luft rode his motorcycle into Marseilles for the National Veterans Awareness Ride to lay a wreath at the memorial wall for those lost in Middle East conflicts.
The Saratoga Elementary Dist. 60C School Board Monday night unanimously approved the hiring of a bus dispatcher to oversee the new shared transportation system.
With a newly planted tree as a reminder, the Grundy County Interagency Council hopes the late Sheriff Terry Marketti’s dedication to the community will be carried on in everyone who knew him.
During its regular meeting Monday, the Morris City Council approved the purchase of a new dump truck for the Public Works department and roof repairs to be done on its building.
Smiles abounded in the gym at Coal City High School, as the hot, hazy day outside signaled another school year ended.
The Morris City Council approved more of its annual donations to local organizations Monday, including $7,500 for the Grundy County Housing Authority for lighting at Saratoga Tower.
The Saratoga Elementary Dist. 60C school board voted Monday to add softball to its 2013-14 sports program.
SOUTH WILMINGTON — It was not the winning run, not late in a run-rule victory, but Gardner-South Wilmington first baseman Becca Bernardy scored the run that made the outcome official.
An estimated 17,000 participants showed up in Seneca over the weekend with the intent to get muddy.
Cheryl Crisman hadn’t been feeling good for a couple of days. She thought she was getting the flu. And on Super Bowl Sunday in 2008, when her family was getting ready to attend a party, she got a terrible feeling.
The same SCAD survivors who are participating in a study to help doctors learn more are also working to financially support the research.
Sen. Sue Rezin is convinced a compromise between pension reform bills touted by the leaders of both legislative branches in the General Assembly will be reached before the end of the current session.
Unless the school receives more interest, Morris Community High School District 101’s annual Summer Skills Academy may not occur this year.
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