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March 2016

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Woodstock Police Searching for Burglary Suspect

Woodstock Police responded to a report of a burglary in progress at Botts Welding March 29.

Hooved Animal Humane Society Receives Big Help with Small Horses

The first of 14 rescued miniature horses are ready to head to new homes.

Woodstock OKs Contract for Architectural Work at Courthouse

Architectural firm will examine the city-owned Old Courthouse and prepare specifications and cost estimates for bids on repairs to the windows.

Thunder Soccer Team Returns to Home Turf This Season

Woodstock North varsity girls soccer team is back on its home turf for the first time in two years.

Dan Chamness College Report: Walsh Finishes in 3rd at Conference Finals

College sports news about Woodstock-area athletes.

Woodstock City Council Will Consider Home-Rule Policy

Plans could include notifications and advisory referendums on tax issues.

Mandolin Master to Open Off Square Season

Internationally celebrated musician grew up in Wauconda.

Paul Lockwood Column: Embracing Diversi-ties

Musings by Woodstock Independent columnist Paul Lockwood.

Woodstock Musical Community Mourns Loss of Guitarist Ed Hall

Woodstock musical community is mourning the loss of guitarist Ed Hall.

Woodstock Boys Track Teams Kick Off New Season at Invite

Host Huntley wins in new indoor fieldhouse.

Woodstock Library to Celebrate 125th Anniversary

Woodstock Public Library will celebrate its 125th anniversary with a community party Wednesday, March 23.

New Owner of Former Chamber Building is Considering Options

New owner of building on the Square is mulling future business options for the site.

Woodstock, Wonder Lake Students Place at Speech Competition

The McHenry County College Forensics Team placed third in the overall team sweepstakes and third out of 19 colleges and universities.

Woodstock School District 200 Board Delays Vote on Impact Fee Reduction for Apple Creek Subdivision

Woodstock School District 200 Board of Education table a vote regarding a request to reduce impact fees for Apple Creek subdivision developer.

Leo F. Carvis, 94, Woodstock

Ed Hall, 62, Harvard

Woodstock Woman in Search of Kidney Donor

Woodstock resident Gail Wolf will soon be in need of a kidney transplant and is searching for a donor.

Coleman's Rendezvous Restaurant Opens

New Coleman's Rendezvous restaurant features coffee and wine bars, classics and twists.

Potts & Pans to Drum Up Community Involvement

Community drum circle is the first event scheduled for Culture, Arts and Music Center.

German Students Visit Woodstock

Students from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany visited Woodstock for 14 days as part of a student exchange program.