At Douglas Park
BLOOMINGTON — The IHSA stepped a little closer to normalcy on Friday as its Phase Four return to play guidelines were approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
As summer heats up and Illinoisans hit the water to celebrate Independence Day, Illinois Department of Natural Resources Conservation Police Officers are reminding boat operators to always drive sober while on the water.
Sunday is Father’s Day and being a father of two children, I normally reserve that day to talk with each of them. I always felt that, when I pass through the pearly gates, I am going to be asked a question about my kids, one that I will gladly answer. I always felt that God is going to ask, …
DANVILLE — The City of Danville will start registration for kickball and softball on Monday, with the deadline set for June 22nd or until the number of teams are filled.
DANVILLE — With the movement to Phase 3 of the recovery period from the pandemic set for today, the City of Danville recreational division is also starting to move.
With the Memorial Day Weekend upon us let me remind you that safety has to be a top priority while on the water. Although rain is in the forecast there will also be some dry time to enjoy the holiday outside.
DANVILLE — At this time of year, Jaren Hotsinpiller would be on the courts at the Danville Tennis Center, a place that he has known since he was a child.
Have you ever felt that you hit the lottery or found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? I have many times! Of all the people in the world I somehow got matched up with my mother and, as many times as I’ve analyzed it, I have always felt like the luckiest person in the world.
Kickapoo State Park reopened this past Friday and now the spring trout season has begun. The way people line up on the dock at Clear Pond, where the trout are stocked, I’m not sure social distancing will be impossible because I’ve seen it elbow to elbow in the past.
Was that rain on Thursday just the most perfectly timed rain for the mushroom hunters or what? The all-day soaking rain was just what the doctor ordered for this time of the year as the winds earlier in the week had dried out the soil in a big way.
Have you gotten over the shock of the new sticker price for your boat trailer? I got my renewals for my three trailers and, what used to cost me $18 apiece now cost me $118 apiece; what has cost me $54 a year now has risen to $354 a year and most boat owners aren’t happy about it!
CHAMPAIGN — In a normal spring semester at the University of Illinois, Lovie Smith and the Fighting Illini football team would be going through workouts for spring practice in preparation for the annual spring game sometime next month.
This Week's Circulars
COVINGTON, IND. - Jodie Ann Frey, 55 of Covington, IN passed away in her home surrounded by loved ones Thursday, July 2nd at 5:51 pm after a 17 month battle with cancer. She was born Aug 4, 1964 to Richard F. (Dick) Frey and Judith A. (Bruffy) Frey in Danville, IL. She graduated from Covingt…
Alfred Eugene Pate, 93, of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 11:32 A.M. Sunday July 5, 2020, at his home. He was born November 30, 1926, in Mitchell, IN, the son of John Fletcher and Audrey Ella (Flinn) Pate. He married Gertrude Marie Maul in Wellington, IL, on September 18, 1947. She preceded h…
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