Robinson High School senior Emmma Goff goes after a player on the sophomore flag football team during powder puff football games at RHS Wednesday. The annual games are part of homecoming week. The Maroons take on Lawrenceville in the homecoming football game at 7 p.m. Friday. The homecoming dance is Saturday with the queen coronation at 9:30 p.m. (Randy Harrison photo)
Each year citizens are scammed out of millions of their hard-earned dollars. With the increased sophistication of technology, scammers are constantly coming up with new ways to get their hands on your money.
The Robinson Police Department is playing host to a seminar on scamming and how to avoid it at the Robinson Community Center Monday, Oct. 7, beginning at 6 p.m.
A service provided by the city of Robinson has been met with confusion and a lot of phone calls by residents to city officials. Every week the city provides limited service to residents for disposal of tree branches, yard and garden waste and lawn trimmings with a curb pick-up service. But similar to all services, there are guidelines residents must follow...
Authorities are still investigating an apparent suicide that happened in the New Hebron area Wednesday morning. Aaron Harper, 40, was found dead at his residence, 10803 E. 775th Ave, Robinson, around 11:40 a.m. Wednesday.
Fantasy films and television series carry audiences to amazing worlds beyond reality. A Robinson native is among the effects artists who bring those worlds to life. Jason Pethtel is a matte painter at DreamWorks Animation. For seven years, he has worked in the film and television industry as an environment artist and matte painter, adding his touch to...
Scores were not where Robinson High School's golf team would have liked Monday (Sept. 30) and the end result was a sixth-place finish at the Little Illini Conference Tournament at Oak Glen Golf Course in Stoy.
The Maroons finished the 18-hole tournament with a team score of 368, which placed them ahead of only Marshall, who came in with a 376. Lawrenceville-Red Hill won the tournament with a score of 323, while Olney (330), Paris (333), Flora (354) and Casey-Westfield (365) rounded out the top-five.
Sorting facts from opinions is relatively easy if you have them presented in a way that is not intended to mislead you. The trouble is those presenting, on both sides, have an agenda. They believe something, or they work for someone, or they want you to think a certain way.
In a way we all work for the same big boss - America. This is our country and we are citizens, which requires certain things of us. One of those things is to not be fooled by someone trying to mislead us. That is not partisan, that is universal.