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All in the family

June 26, 2022

Robinson's Damon Mitchell — accompanied by his father, Max, on keyboard — performs a cover of Beatle...

Don't try this at home, kids!

June 22, 2022

"Kinetic entertainer" Laura Ernst demonstrates the useful skill of sword juggling during an appearan...

Someday, all this will be yours

June 16, 2022

Young Simba (Tyler Pleasant) and his father Mufasa (Drew Bledsoe) survey the Pride Lands from high a...

Silly old bear

June 16, 2022

Lincoln Trail College Children’s Summer Theater director Mindy Evans gives pointers to cast members ...

Rockin' and Readin'

June 14, 2022

Musician Leonardo demonstrates the proper way to make a "guitar solo face" during a performance at t...

Robinson High School Athletic Director Kelly Brookman was honored on her last day, as she was presented a plaque for her 28 years of service to the Robinson school district. Brookman retired effective at the end of the school year after serving many roles at RHS during her tenure, including head and assistant girls' basketball coach, head softball coach and athletic director, as well as girls' basketball coach at Nuttall Middle School.

RHS AD Brookman retires

June 13, 2022

Recent retiree

June 10, 2022

Becky Staley, Robinson, was recently honored by Body Builders for her 15 years on the job. She retir...

Give a hoot

June 10, 2022

A local owl wisely took a break from his (her?) nightly hunt to pose for a portrait late Thursday. W...

From here to elementary

May 27, 2022

Palestine Grade School fifth-graders get a feel for what it was like to use an ancient artifact know...

Robinson High School's 2010 boys' basketball state championship team was honored earlier this spring by being inducted into the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. A ceremony to induct the 2022 Hall of Fame class was held April 30 at Illinois State University's Redbird Arena in Normal. Members of the 2010 Maroons in attendance for the ceremony included: (L-R) head coach Bob Coffman, assistant coach Dave Holubek, Derek Hannahs, assistant coach Les Wilson, Ben Jones and Jimmy Stevens. The Maroons finished their season with a 27-5 record, including a 15-game winning streak to conclude the season, which culminated with a 76-68 overtime win over Peoria Manual in the championship game at Bradley University's Carver Arena in Peoria. Contributed photo

RHS state champs inducted into IBCA Hall of Fame

May 27, 2022

Passing the baton

May 24, 2022

Washington Elementary School students compete in a relay race on the  Robinson High School football ...

All the right moves

May 24, 2022

A Washington Elementary School student shows her classmates how to keep a hula hoop in motion during...

Chalk it up to summer

May 24, 2022

A pair of Washington Elementary School students enjoy the outdoors while making chalk art on the sid...

Might as well jump

May 24, 2022

One Washington Elementary School keeps count while her friend jumps rope. The students were competin...

Blanket security

May 24, 2022

Crawford County 100 Women Who Care presented $8,000 to Project Linus, a group of volunteers who make...

Puppy lovin'

May 19, 2022

Palestine Grade School Pre-K spent last week learning about pets, such as this self-conscious pooch....

Wet work

May 17, 2022

A trio of Pelican Cove employees net debris in the pool Monday afternoon. Water was only ankle deep ...

Morning crash

May 17, 2022

Crawford County Rescue personnel peel back the roof of a late-model Dodge van to free its occupants ...

Get your kicks

May 13, 2022

A Washington Elementary School student is ready to run the bases during a game of kickball Friday. I...

It's a ringer

May 13, 2022

A Washington Elementary School student plays a game of ring toss during annual Fun Day activities Fr...


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