LUDLOW — The village board approved a redrafted ordinance of the water rates — altering an ordinance that had been drafted last June.
- IHSA Director gives update on spring sports, COVID-19
- First Iroquois County COVID-19 case is man in 50s
- PBL officially voted unanimously as new member of Illini Prairie Conference
- Local girls to compete at state level in Knights of Columbus Free Throw Competition
- Ludlow village attorney recommends redrafting village water rate ordinance
Ford County has released the Primary Election results from Tuesday evening.
As concerns over the spread of the coronavirus continue to mount, Gov. JB Pritzker said Friday he is ordering all public and private schools in Illinois to close for nearly two weeks, starting…
PBL Clara Peterson’s students participated in Kid’s Heart Challenge during the month of February.
Gibson City Middle School has listed its third quarter honor rolls.
Schools in Illinois will be closed from March 17-30.
The 10-year Census will be beginning very soon and it’s important for everyone to be counted.
Corinne DiLorenzo was in court Thursday on the charge of aggravated cruelty to animals.
Last month there was a security breach within Eastern Illini Electric Cooperative, and work has been done to correct the matter.
Illinois Wesleyan University's Dean's List for the fall semester of the 2019-20 academic year consisted of 667 students from 27 states and 15 countries. The following local students made the list:
PEORIA — It will be a two-city race between Champaign and Peoria to win the right to host the high school boys’ basketball state finals.
ST. JOSEPH — No one could consider placing Tuesday’s nonconference boys’ basketball game between Paxton-Buckley-Loda and St. Joseph-Ogden in any sort of offense-based hall of fame.
PAXTON — The Paxton-Buckley-Loda freshman boys’ basketball team took down Dwight on Jan. 9 at home by a score of 47-33.
PAXTON — The Paxton-Buckley-Loda Panthers girls’ basketball team suffered a tough loss to the Eureka Hornets on Saturday afternoon, falling 63-50.
GCMS falls to Hoopeston Area in close match