Central McLean News-Journal - News

Several people happily took “chair” duties of the Civic Club’s upcoming events for this year, but the group is still looking for someone willing to take on the head chair, that of the title of President of the Underwood Civic Club.

read more

Underwood business teacher, Julie Driessen, was still riding high Monday after Wednesday’s annual Entrepreneur Expo – excited about the business presentations the area students had made this year.

read more

The Underwood School will be doing some major staffing changes in the near future, as last Wednesday the school board accepted the resignations of long-time elementary teacher Kevin Dockter, shop teacher John Howard, and high school secretary, Heather Weisenberger.

read more

Sometimes all it takes is a nice, friendly sit-down over a cup of coffee to get things rolling with city cleanup.

read more

Cottingham Insurance put out a call for help restocking the shelves at the Community Cupboard food pantry in Underwood last week...

read more

February 22, 2017

Fischer takes streets folio

Underwood’s newest city commissioner says he doesn’t plan on starting the world on fire in his new position, but he’s going to do the best job he can for the residents of Underwood.

read more

There will be close to 80 guest dancers at Friday night’s Comettes’ Home Show...

read more

February 15, 2017

Senior English goes Medieval

It’s not everyone that appreciates the works of Geoffrey Chaucer, but the students in the Underwood Senior English class ...

read more

With the curtain closed on an Evening with Art and Wine, the Northern Expressions Arts Council is already focusing on its next event, the Death By Chocolate scholarship fundraiser, which is scheduled for Saturday, March 25, in the Vonderheide Gymnasium in Underwood.

read more

February 9, 2017

So nobody goes hungry

There’s a reason Underwood’s Merton Hailey is so involved with the Community Cupboard, the local food pantry.

read more

The Weather Network