April 25, 2014

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  • Marriage Licenses

    John Jacob Hennings, Beardstown and Melissa Ann French, Beardstown....
  • Marriage Licenses

    Damond Isaac DeLoche, Rushville and Leslie Nicole Peterman, Rushville....
  • Property Transfers

    The following real estate transactions were recorded at the Cass County Courthouse: ...
  • Marriages

    Maravin Yovani Barralaga, Beardstown and Angelica D. Garrido, Beardstown. Chistopher Ryan Kinsey, Arenzville and Peggy Louise Rohn, Arenzville....
  • Property Transfers

    The following real estate transactions were recorded at the Cass County Courthouse: ...
  • Area Girls Basketball Results

    The BHS Girls basketball team won two and lost one this past week. They lost to Triopia at the Rushville/Industry Tournament, but bounced back to win the next game at the R/I Invite by stopping PORTA 52-47,and winning at home this Monday night over Peoria...
  • Area Youth Basketball

    Each team played two games on January 29 to wrap up play for the season in the All-Pro Division of the Beardstown Youth Basketball League. In game one it was the Green Grizzlies doubling up the Yellow Pacers for a 16 to 8 win. Denzel McWilliams had a gam...
  • BHS?Tigers run win streak to nine straight; to play for BHS?Varsity/Jr. Varsity championship

    By Don ChipmanChip22@att.net Beardstown High School hosted the BHS Varsity/Jr. Varsity boys’ basketball tournament this past week, in what we should re-name as the “Frigid Tip-Off.” The first night, games were cancelled due to the extreme cold weath...
  • Property Transfers

    The following real estate transactions were recorded at the Cass County Courthouse: ...
  • Marriage Licenses

    Valeriano Cruz-Reyes, Beardstown and Karla Melissa Sanchez, Beardstown....
  • Area Youth Basketball Results

    By Jason Brockschmidt It was the Green Grizzlies using an 8-2 scoring difference in the third quarter to knock off the Blue Blazers 22-16 in the opening game of last week’s action of the All-Pro Division of the Beardstown Youth Basketball League. Both t...
  • BHS Tiger Jon Kramer signs with Illinois Central College to play baseball in 2014

    By Don ChipmanSports Editor Jon Kramer, a senior at BHS, has signed to play baseball at Illinois Central College in the Class of 2014. Head Coach Brett Kelley said of the eight-man group,”We think we have landed the guys who are going to help us reach ...
  • Possible budget reductions for Beardstown schools

    By June ConnerFor the Star-Gazette The outlook for the Beardstown District 15 Board of Education's Education Fund has school officials ready to do some planning and discuss possible budget reductions for the 2014-15 school year. ...
  • Council approves purchase of two new vehicles for police department

    By June ConnerFor the Star-Gazette The Beardstown City Council approved the purchase of two new Fords for the Police Department at the request of Chief Roy Hurst. The vote came to six to two with Katie Vitale, Mary Davis, Tom Penwarden, Leslie Harris, Rob...
  • Cargill to pay $2.2 million to settle federal discrimination charges

    By Leigh MorrisFor the Star-Gazette In response to federal allegations of employment practices discrimination, Cargill Meat Solutions Corp. has agreed to pay $2.2 million into a settlement fund to benefit 2,959 people who were rejected for employment betw...
  • Guilty plea in Depot burglary

    By Michael KloppenburgFor the Star-Gazette The man accused of burglarizing the Depot Restaurant in Virginia pleaded guilty Wednesday to one felony count of burglary in that case. Gregory Hagen of Ashland also entered guilty to pleas to two other felony ch...
  • Community support needed to receive grant for new pool

    The quest for a new public swimming pool for the Beardstown community, received encouraging news. The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Director, Marc Miller announced $25 million will be available for Park and Recreation projects through Il...
  • Save A Lot chosen Co-Business of the Month

    Congratulations to Save A Lot and their staff for being chosen January 2014 Co-Business of the Month. Save A Lot is a full supply grocery store located at 412 East 4th Street in Beardstown. Save A Lot has an excellent produce section with a large selecti...
  • Virginia Masonic Lodge sponsoring blood drive

    By Leigh MorrisFor the Star-Gazette Members of the Virginia Masonic Lodge are asking area residents to help prevent blood shortages by donating blood this Saturday, Feb. 1. ...
  • Area Girls Basketball Resuults

    The Lady Tigers dropped a pair of contests this past week, losing to Knoxville in a one-sided 77-31 loss, and then last Saturday dropped an xx to xx decision to Elmwood at the Tiger Den. ...