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Monday, January 20, 2020
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An award-winning restaurant and destination site is changing ownership after 10 years in business. The Wabash Coffee House in Hutsonville changed owners last month as former owners Charles "Chuck" and Jackie Eckert turned over the keys to Ashley and Neal Newlin.

CMH board OKs closing Magnolia Center
Employees and residents of Crawford Memorial Hospital's Magnolia Center learned Thursday that the 50-year-old skilled care facility will be closing.

Chief Executive Officer Doug Florkowski was to meet with workers and residents Thursday and plans to continue meeting with concerned parties, including relatives and caregivers, in the next week.

Monday, January 20, 2020

'Matilda' Auditions
'Matilda' Auditions
Auditions for the musical Matilda wrapped up Wednesday at Lincoln Trail College's Zwermann Arts Center. Like the 1996 film and 1988 Roald Dahl novel of the same name, the play is about a five-year old girl who develops telekinetic powers and uses them to overcome obstacles set by her parents and others. Opening night for the play will be Friday, March 20, at the theater. (Blake Nash photo)

Local News

Firm hired to manage papers
A media company formed by North Carolina's last two independent daily newspapers has been hired to manage two family-owned publications in eastern Illinois.
• Another crash leaves driver dead
• New Tempco owners hope county can help grow industry
• H'ville to limit parking of semis
• City to work with resident with pool-related drainage issue

Scoresheets | High School Sports | College Sports

RHS wrestlers dominate Fairfield, 65-9
Another dominating performance up and down the line-up led to another impressive victory for Robinson High School's wrestling team Wednesday night (Jan. 8).

The Maroons won 10 of 12 contested matches, including seven via pin, while also picking up pair of forfeit victories en route to a 65-9 win over Fairfield.

• Statesmen fall at Wabash in OT, 90-86
• Lady Statesmen lose GRAC game at Wabash Valley, 84-58
• Maroons fall short to St. Anthony, 53-42
• Tigers lose at Lawrenceville, 75-46

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Letting go of, and holding onto, the past
I have a better than average memory - at least as far as I recall. I also have a habit of keeping things from my past, partly because we moved around a good deal when I was little and I learned that show and tell wasn't just for kindergarten. "That's right, this rock came from the Alamo..." and such things always added a distraction to the desire to be looked at less critically.
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