Hoopeston group takes over theaters
The Lorraine II, 214 E. Main St., will open Friday to show movies during the Christmas holiday season.
- Hoopeston community dinner set for Wednesday HOOPESTON -- The Second Annual Hoopeston Community Christmas Dinner will begin at noon Wednesday in the Hoopeston Multi-Agency, 206 S. First Ave. The dinner is for anyone in Hoopeston who wishes to share Christmas Day as a community with friends, nei
- Christmas dinner planned
Hoopeston Area board members learn about security training
Several Hoopeston Area school district administrators attended an Alert Lockdown Inform Counter Evacuate (ALICE) training in Champaign last week to learn a new method of dealing with an intruder with a gun in a school building.
Hoopeston council approves pool improvements
The McFerren Park swimming pool soon will have a Splash Pad. City council members unanimously approved a bid Tuesday from Spear Corporation to buiid a Splash Pad next year at a cost of $185,685. Money for the project is in the park accrual fund, according to alderman Carl Ankenbrand.
- Cancel fines with food
- Students give out coats
Federal government will pay for Hoopeston's sewer project
City council members learned Tuesday the city would receive forgiveness of part their Illinois Environmental Protection Agency loan for the water treatment plant project.
- Hoopeston group sponsors holiday event HOOPESTON -- Christmas is a magical time of the year for children ... and for many adults who remember many past Christmases of their own. The Magic of Christmas, sponsored by the Hoopeston Chamber of Commerce, not only brought a visit with Santa fo
Hoopeston Area school receive bus grant
Hoopeston Area schools' transportation director, Mark Eighner, reported at Thursday's school board meeting the $50,000 grant check had been received from the EPA Illinois Clean School Bus program. The grant aided the purchase of two propane school buses for the district.
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