Borden Elementary unveils new $52,677 playground funded by PTO PDF Print E-mail
Thanksgiving week started with a bang Monday afternoon in Borden as the PTO unveiled a new $52,677 play ground.
Missed call from mom helped push FC grad toward his calling PDF Print E-mail
When former Floyd Central student Chris Glotzbach left home to attend school at Ball State University  he admits his faith wasn’t where it needed to be.
Local farmer pursued his passions into a career as a distiller PDF Print E-mail

Alan Bishop grew up on a third-generation tobacco farm in Pekin with a love for farming, music and history. Eventually, he added distilling to the list. Now, he has turned his love for all those things, which he says go hand-in-hand, into a career at the Spirits of French Lick in West Baden.

Floyd captures road win at Salem PDF Print E-mail

Two teams, Floyd Central and Salem girls’ basketball teams, who are going in the opposite directions, met at Salem on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 17. The Lady Highlanders come into the afternoon affair winners of two of their last three games and the Lady Lions come in losers of two in a row.

Drury hopes to help Lady Musketeers win a sectional title this year PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 November 2016 07:28

By Dennis Dunn

Special Correspondent

Every kid grows up wanting to play sports at the next level, whether its college or professional, and Eastern (Pekin) senior Taylor Drury has that opportunity in front of her to continue to play the sport she loves, basketball, at the next level.

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