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District 200 pilots new learning technology

1-to-1 technology program provides devices to Woodstock students

Hoping for change

Fundraiser held in honor of pediatric cancer month

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

Archive » Sports

Boys soccer looks to capitalize on girls’ success

The Woodstock High School boys soccer team hopes to capture the momentum of the girls soccer team from Spring 2014 that set a school record in wins.

Swim team looks to junior strength

The Woodstock co-op girls swimming team will lean on its four standout junior swimmers this season.

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.

Archive » The Square

City will apply for study into Courthouse future

The McHenry County Community Foundation will pay for a report from the Urban Land Institute.

City mulls keeping courthouse

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

Archive » People

Students create peace park as thanks

Seven Woodstock North students help to create a new park along Lake Avenue.

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.

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Archive » Schools

Students create peace park as thanks

Seven Woodstock North students help to create a new park along Lake Avenue.

Smartphones make their way into the classroom

As more and more students carry iPhones and other gadgets, some Woodstock teachers are experimenting with allowing their use in class.