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LaDonna A. Oberhelman

Edwin Charles ‘Bud’ Fringer

Agnes Gertrude Hay

Brian Martin Carolan

Zachery Taylor Brokaw

Dorothy H. Wedoff

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Opponents of Lakewood Affordable Housing Plan Concerned About Impact on Woodstock School District 200

The Lakewood Village Board approved an affordable housing plan that earmarks future development in its recently-established TIF district near Routes 47 and 176.

"Real Woodstock" Campaign Unveiled by City and Ad Agency

City has allocated a $100,000 budget toward "Real Woodstock" marketing campaign aimed at increasing tourism and bolstering economy.

City News: Woodstock Courthouse Study Released

Urban Land Institute's Technical Assistance Panel suggests handing property over to nonprofit; renovation costs could total $7 million.

Wonder Lake Postmaster Retires

Wonder Lake Postmaster Steve Hall retired from his position after serving the community for 11 years.

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Archive » Sports

Blue and White Run to Add a Silver Streak

The WHS cross-country team is looking for former runners for the annual event at Emricson Park.

New Athletic Director Joins Woodstock North

The former Thunder athletic director has taken a job at DeKalb High School and Brady Stromquist has joined the WNHS staff.

Former Streak Returns as Frosh VB Coach

Sarah Olesen graduated from WHS in 2010.

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Archive » The Square

Singing Duo Marks Two Decades

Local musicians Judy Matzen and Keith Johnson have collaborated for years.

Wednesday Concerts to Continue After Band Season

City Band performances are drawing to a close, but the Square will still host a varied assortment of musicians and musical genres in the coming weeks.

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Archive » People

Copy Express Celebrates 40 Years in Printing Business

Copy Express has seen major shifts in its industry, but it remains and adapts after 40 years in the business.

Woodstock Woman's 'Surprise' Talent Paves Way for Gigs

Emma Cowley, who didn't perform in public until she was 18, now plays Stage Left and more.

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Archive » Schools

Board of Education Approves Two Agreements

Crystal Lake schools will share Woodstock High School's pool and D-200 has signed deal with a health nonprofit.

District 200 School Board to Consider Leases

The leasing contracts would involve D-200 agreements with D-155 and Community Health Partnership of Illinois.