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Up to the Challenge

The Ice Bucket Challenge, a campaign for ALS donations, hits Woodstock

The cowboy way

Arkansas man, riding his horse through 48 states, stops in Woodstock

Highway 14 widening becoming a reality

The four-lane project plans are in the works with a multi-purpose path alongside.

Stable starts show season with new facility

Lisa Jo White is preparing riders for competition and instructing recreational riders at her Woodstock stable

Archive » Sports

Experienced Lady ’Canes team starts season in new conference

The Marian Central Catholic girls tennis team enters a new season in a new conference with loads of experience.

WHS counting on team-first atmosphere

The Woodstock High School football team is looking use to improve on their 2-7 record from last year using teamwork.

’Lady Canes look to experience

The Marian Central Catholic High School girls golf team is looking to cash in its experience this season.

Archive » The Square

City mulls keeping courthouse

Michael Turner says Woodstock should consider moving City Hall to the Square landmark.

Once local, folk fest now attracts int'l artists

Woodstock Folk Fest brings a full day of diverse entertainment.

Archive » People

Love of life, generous spirit defined Woodstock's Schauer

Woodstock's Chris Schauer, known for his role in organizing local fundraisers, dies at age 38.

Column: Service Above Self

Rotary Club President Tom McGrath on service to the community and the world.


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Archive » Schools

District 200 posts tentative budget

District 200's budget calls for spending and revenue increases of about 5 to 6 percent.

No big increase in driver's ed costs

District officials say driver's education fees will remain about the same as in recent years in District 200.