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Does your child seem like a zombie?

Local mom promotes sleep awareness

Jumping for Joy

Local duo crafts handmade jump ropes

Something old, something Anew

Interiors Anew celebrates 20 years in business on the Square

Driven to walk

Woodstock resident, Lou Ness, is marching from Rockford to Washington D.C. to bring stories and create awareness of the plight of the poverty-stricken to government officials.

Archive » Sports

Marian’s Taylor commits to ISU Redbirds

Marian Central Catholic High School volleyball player Frankie Taylor will continue her volleyball career for the Illinois State University Redbirds.

WHS senior Brand commits to Fighting Saints

Woodstock High School senior Cody Brand has committed to play basketball at the University of St. Francis.

Streaks kick-start 2014 season

The Woodstock High School girls soccer team has started the season out 4-1 and is driving to its first regional title in school history.

Archive » The Square

Driven to walk

Woodstock resident, Lou Ness, is marching from Rockford to Washington D.C. to bring stories and create awareness of the plight of the poverty-stricken to government officials.

WHS & WNHS go overboard with 'Anything Goes'

WHS and WNHS co-op for spring musical theater production of 'Anything Goes.'

Archive » People

Driven to walk

Woodstock resident, Lou Ness, is marching from Rockford to Washington D.C. to bring stories and create awareness of the plight of the poverty-stricken to government officials.

Column: A Musing

Columnist Paul Lockwood issues a plea to theatergoers.

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Archive » Schools

WHS & WNHS go overboard with 'Anything Goes'

WHS and WNHS co-op for spring musical theater production of 'Anything Goes.'

Sixteen teachers released by District 200