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Steinhart To Play Baseball At MacMurray College


Cory Steinhart of Clifton plans to continue his career as a student-athlete while study- ing at MacMurray College next fall.

Head Coach Justin Fuhler says, “Cory will be expected to pitch big innings for us im- mediately. He is a hard worker that possesses a tremendous amount of talent. We are very excited that he chose MacMurray and we expect him to have a great baseball career here.

Kankakee-Iroquois County Women’s Amateur Golf Tournament Scheduled for August 23rd

The Kankakee-Iroquois County Women’s Golf Association has announced this year’s annual amateur tournament for area women golfers, to be held on Saturday, August 23 at Oak Springs Golf Club in St. Anne, beginning at 8:30 a.m. This friendly day of camaraderie and competition is open to women golfers residing in Kankakee and Iroquois counties, or who are active paid members of one of the...

Noah Frerichs Plays On Winning Shrine Football Team ...

page-07.pdf-001Noah Frerichs of Central High School helped the East Team defeat the West Team, 21-14 in the 40th annual Illinois High School Shrine Game Saturday at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington. Noah intercepted a last second pass deep in East territory on the final play of the game to preserve the victory. He also ran a punt back 43 yards to set up the East’s first touchdown. Noah is...

Ashkum Athletic Association To Honor Longtime Coach Friday

page-01.pdf-004Longtime Ashkum baseball player, coach and program supporter, Don “Pud” Hull, will be honored Friday evening when the Ashkum Athletic Association dedicates its ballfield in his honor. The ceremony commemorating the “Don ‘Pud’ Hull Field” will be held at 7 p.m., between two games starting at 6 and 7:30 p.m.

Coach Don Hull is pictured above with one of the boys’ tee-ball teams he...

Chebanse Elementary Secretary, Jeanne Boudreau, Retires


Chebanse Elementary said good-bye to Mrs. Jeanne Boudreau on the last day of school. She is retiring after 20 years of service to Central CUSD4 on Friday, June 13th. Each class brought her a flower and well wishes for a happy retirement. Pictured are Mrs. Boudreau and two of her grandchildren that attend Chebanse Elementary, John Fatka and Harmony Boudreau.

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