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Updated: Thu, 13 Nov 2014 03:38:01 -0600
Cheers To The Comets!
Thursday, 13 November 2014
Among the Central High varsity football Comets’ greatest supporters are their cheerleaders, who are plainly thrilled with the success of their team. In back, from left, are Molly Saindon, Makaila ...
Thursday, 13 November 2014



Latest Headlines
Comets Enter Quarterfinals Of Class 2A Football Playoffs After Exciting Win
The Central Comet football team won its second straight IHSA playoff game on Saturday, November 8t...
European Space Agency’s Rosetta space probe on Wednesday successfully deployed its robotic lander ...
Comets Win!
Top photo, Central’s Ben Toberman (#15) crosses the goal line in a 31-yard touchdown run to ...
Chebanse Elementary School has posted its first quarter fourth grade honor rolls for the 2014-15 sch...
The first quarter honor roll for John L. Nash Middle School’s 2014-15 school year has been release...


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Herscher Pilot Headlines
The Friends of the Limestone Township Library have started their Semi-Annual Book Sale in the lobby area of the Library.
Fourteen acts gather on the big stage as emcee Joel Huizenga and Herscher vocal music instructor Day...
Herscher High School and the Chicago Fire professional soccer team are working together to support Abram Daily, a first-grader in the Herscher school district with inoperable brain cancer.

Herscher Pilot Headlines
The Friends of the Limestone Township Library have started their Semi-Annual Book Sale in the lobby area of the Library.
Fourteen acts gather on the big stage as emcee Joel Huizenga and Herscher vocal music instructor Day...
Herscher High School and the Chicago Fire professional soccer team are working together to support Abram Daily, a first-grader in the Herscher school district with inoperable brain cancer.

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