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Raider Rifle Team Competes In National Competitions

Due to a February “pause” in a normally busy shooting schedule, the Iroquois West-Clifton Central Co-Op precision rifle team found time to compete in two National Postal Match competitions. These matches involve record firings conducted on home ranges with targets later sent to the tournament host’s scoring center where all targets are scanned and scored with a computer. Usually these...

Young Artists Perform

The Kankakee Valley Symphony Orchstra Association will hold its 38th annual Young Artists Piano Concerto competition Saturday, March 8 in the Larsen Fine Arts Center of Olivet Nazarene University, Bourbonnais. Doors will open at 10 am. with the competition beginning at 10:30 a.m. There is no admission charge and reservations are not needed.

Six finalists from five Midwest universities will...

Church Dartball Update

A dartball season ending banquet was held at the Gilman Methodist Church February 10th and a tournament was held in the basement of Gilman’s St. Paul Church.

League president, Jim Dexter of Crescent City, announced the championship win, 15 wins and six losses. Ashkum Holy Name won the “Lame Duck Award” for finishing last in the league with eight wins and 13 losses, tying with the Zion...

Church Dartball League Update

St. John’s of L’Erable won two of three games against Clifton Lutheran January 29th. This was a “must win” for both teams, with records of seven wins and 11 losses each. The losing team will finish last in league play and win the “Lame Duck” award.

St. John’s won the first game, 3-2; lost the second game 4-2; and won the third contest, 3-0.

In game one, Jeff Harling hit a home...

Comets Defeat Judah Christian In Home Finale

Central High School’s varsity Comets defeated Judah-Christian, 73-50, Monday night in Central’s last home basketball game of the season.

Judah-Christian led, 14-13, after the first quarter, but the Comets stepped up and finished the first half with a 44-22 lead. After three stanzas, Central still led, 44-39.

Scoring honors went to Justin Lemenager with 21 points. Also scoring in double...

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