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Robinson is Ready for the Fourth of July

(Undated) – Yes, Virginia, there are fireworks. Concerns over COVID-19 have had many people asking if the City of Robinson would be doing fireworks this year. The answer is a resounding yes. Park and Recreation […]

Leave the Fireworks to the Professionals

(Undated) – Tomorrow marks the annual celebration of our nation’s independence and that means fireworks. The National Safety Council advises everyone to enjoy fireworks at public displays conducted by professionals, and not to use any […]

Increased Patrols Continue Through The Weekend

(Undated) – Police across the state are reminding drivers to “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” and “Click or Ticket” this holiday weekend. Officers from the state, county, and city departments will be joining forces […]

Questions Remain About Back to School Plan

(Undated) – School officials, parents, students, and politicians are continuing to question the Governor’s plan for the return to in-person learning. Last week education leaders announced that due to COVID-19, students and teachers will be […]

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IHSA Waiting on Approval from IDPH

(Undated) — The IHSA is waiting on final approval from the Illinois Department of Public Health on their Stage 2 “Return to Play” guidelines. Stage 2 would allow for outdoor and indoor gatherings of 50 […]

New OPH Football Head Coach Announced

(Undated) – Following last night’s Oblong Unit 4 School Board meeting OPH has a new football coach. The board officially accepted the resignation of Chad Pusey as Head Coach and hired Nick Straka as Pusey’s […]

IHSA Looking at Fall Sports Return

(Undated) — The Illinois High School Association has sent off its proposal for the second phase of a return to sports plan involving fall practices and competitions. Executive Director, Craig Anderson, says plans are still […]

Spring Sports Tournaments Canceled Across Illinois

(Bloomington) — State tournaments for all spring high school sports and activities in Illinois are canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Illinois High School Association made the decision yesterday after Governor Pritzker announced last […]

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