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Arthur Masonic Lodge Honors First Responders

November 23, 2021

ARTHUR MASONIC LODGE #825 RECOGNIZES FIRST RESPONDERS. A dinner was held honoring fire, police, and EMS departments from Arthur, Atwood, and Lovington on November 17 at the Masonic Temple. Masons pictured that prepared and served the soup supper were (front row) Rick Fiala, Dave Bowers, Chaplain, and Rob Fustin, Worshipful Master. (Back row) John Schable,…

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Arthur Grade School honors Veterans

November 23, 2021

Arthur Grade School did a few activities to honor Veterans. One activity was to write letters to Veterans and active military members. They also raised money to donate to the local American Legion. They raised $203 by encouraging each student to bring in $1.00. The check was presented on Friday, November 19 to Legion members…

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Sav-Mor Pharmacy Moves to New Atwood Location

November 23, 2021

Jennifer Carswell, CPhT of Sav-Mor Pharmacy in Atwood By Doris Elmore Staff Writer Jennifer Carswell, CPhT at Sav-Mor Pharmacy in Atwood, is ready to greet customers when you visit her at their new location next to Kirby Medical Group, 100 E. U.S. Highway 36, Atwood. Sav-Mor opened at their new location on Monday, Nov. 15…

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Larimore Arrested Following Collision in Hammond

November 23, 2021

According to information received from the Piatt County Sheriff’s Department, on Monday, November 15, at 1:45 p.m., Atwood Police Chief Rob Bross attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a black 1993 Kenworth semi-tractor (no trailer attached) for a traffic violation. Upon initiating the traffic stop, the semi-tractor fled from Chief Bross towards the Village…

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Christmas Open House held in downtown Atwood recently

November 23, 2021

Alora Murphy, local horse lover, found this horse statue at Cindy Cordts store, Cindy Lu’s Uniques, downtown Atwood on Saturday during the Christmas Open House.  

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Roots Revival Antique & Folkart Market held

November 23, 2021

Bev Dorjahn, left, and Sue Falk discuss some of unique items from the Roots Revival at Dorjahn Centennial Farm last Thursday-Saturday.

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ALAH Athletic Boosters receive donation from ALAH Alumni Association

November 16, 2021

Andrea Wierman accepts a donation of $5000 on behalf of the ALAH Athletic Boosters from Jason Yeakel, of the ALAH Alumni Association. Jason, along with Shelly Brough, Matt McCarthy and Tiffany Yeakel have been in charge of the annual Alumni Association Golf Outing held on Homecoming weekend for the past two years. The funds were…

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ANTIQUE WEEKEND

November 16, 2021

ANTIQUE WEEKEND. Friday, November 12 and Saturday, November 13 brought hundreds of out-of-state as well as Illinois residents from all over the state to Arthur for the annual Homesteaders on the Prairie and Gathering on the Prairie antique shows. Both the Arthur Sale Barn and the Otto Center were full of some of the best…

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Veterans Memorial Dedicated Amid Veterans Day Services

November 16, 2021

State Representative Dan Caulkins and Atwood Legion Commander Ken Caraway. By Doris Elmore Staff Writer Veterans Day is a special holiday to honor the men and women who have served in the Armed Forces and to remember what they sacrificed to keep America great. This year, November 11, 2021 was a little different because of…

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Vogt named new Bement Superintendent

November 16, 2021

BEMENT HIRES VOGT AS NEXT SUPERINTENDENT. Mary Vogt, Monticello school administrator, will assume her role on July 1, 2022. She is pictured with Doug Kepley middle school/high school principal and Christy Sweet PK-5 principal at last weeks school board meeting. By CHRISTY JANKOWSKI Staff Writer Longtime Monticello school administrator Mary Vogt was hired as the…

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