COVINGTON, Ind. — Trailing by 20 points going into the championship round, Attica rallied to win their sixth Wabash River Conference in a row, defeating Seeger 229.5 to 220.

HOOPESTON — The Hoopeston Area boys basketball team could not keep up with the pace of Robinson on Friday as they lost 67-52 in non-conference action.

DANVILLE — The start of the Vermilion County Tournament means more than anything the start of the stretch run of the basketball season.

DANVILLE — The Schlarman Academy girls team’s Vermilion Valley Conference winning streak was snapped earlier this season by Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin.

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana High School Athletic Association Commissioner Bobby Cox announced to the IHSAA Executive Committee his intention to retire effective August 1.

RANTOUL — The Danville girls basketball team took the lead early and would hang on to get the 46-34 win over Rantoul on Tuesday.

DANVILLE — The Danville Area Community College men’s basketball team took the lead early on and kept it as they beat Rend Lake on Monday at Mary Miller Gym.

ATTICA, Ind. – The Attica boys’ basketball team hosted North Vermillion and the Ramblers came away with a 46-31 win in a contest that was closer than the final score indicates.

DANVILLE — The Schlarman boys basketball team wrapped their first week from winter break with a 69-60 win over Milford on Friday.

DANVILLE — The Danville Area Community College men’s basketball team continued its winning start to the new year.

WILLIAMSPORT, Ind. — The Seeger girls’ and the Covington boys’ basketball teams won the Bi-County Holiday basketball tournament championships.

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WESTVILLE - Sally A. Johnson, 102, formerly of Westville and Danville, passed away at 5:11 a.m. Saturday, January 18, 2020, at Gardenview Manor Nursing Home in Danville. She was born March 28, 1917, in Westville to Joseph and Theopillia Laurynites Bitaskey. She was preceded in death by four …

Dixie Myers Hackler, 80, of St. Joseph, passed away at 2:18 p.m., Friday, Jan. 17, 2020, at her home with tears of sadness and joy. Dixie was born July 29, 1939, in Danville, the daughter of Hubert and Pearl (Place) Myers. She grew up outside of Catlin, and graduated from Georgetown High Sch…