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Heavy foot = heavy fines

Years ago, Washburn was known as a speed trap.

Posted 1/22/14 (Wed) read more »

Wilton church connects to African hospital

When Paul Schauer described the African hospital that a Wilton church made a donation to, he struggled to describe a scene that the eyes of area residents could visualize.

Posted 1/15/14 (Wed) read more »

Plans in motion for county fair

The four McLean County Fair Board positions have been filled and the board is already busy setting plans in motion for the 2014 county fair, which is set for June 20-22 this summer at the fair grounds in Underwood.

Posted 1/15/14 (Wed) read more »

PSC asks to pay Falkirk credit claims

Companies and individuals that had credit with Falkirk Farmers Elevator may get some relief.

Posted 1/08/14 (Wed) read more »

Wilton home destroyed by blast

A Wilton man was fortunate to escape serious injury this past Thursday when the home he was renting exploded around him.

Posted 1/08/14 (Wed) read more »

Teacher sends in resignation to Wilton School Board

The Wilton School Board met for a special meeting last Friday to discuss Heather Mardian’s resignation.

Posted 12/30/13 (Mon) read more »

Looking back at 2013: A Year in Review

Wilton School accepts $1.7 million ESG plan to update the ventilation, heating, lighting, cooling and overall efficiency of the school building.

Posted 12/30/13 (Mon) read more »

Gradin and Ash team up to service rural residents

Miles Gradin and Katie Ash recently partnered together at Century 21 Morrison Realty to service the Underwood and Washburn area.

Posted 12/21/13 (Sat) read more »

Elementary students make large donation

The Washburn Elementary Student Council donated over 300 items to the McLean Family Resource Center, after collecting supplies during six school days.

Posted 12/21/13 (Sat) read more »

Cotton Wood celebrates the season with bluegrass

Cotton Wood, the bluegrass band from Washburn, is set to play two events in the next month.

Posted 12/18/13 (Wed) read more »