Steve Stein of the Journal Star @SpartanSteve
MARRIAGESTazewell CountyPaul Baer, 29; Victoria Steiner, 23; both Tremont.Travis Bonk, 36; Jamie McCain, 39; both Pekin.Joshua Dorr, 30; Emily Boland, 27; both Metamora.Matthew Hannan, 58; Colleen Biga, 57; both Pekin.Woodford CountyDennis LaFontaine, 42, Ottawa; Annette Fehr, 58, Roanoke.DIVORCESWoodford CountyBeck, Jonathan and Dawn.
Steve Stein of the Journal Star @SpartanSteve TREMONT — The village's population exploded last week.About 3,000 farmers from more than 30 states and eight countries outside the United States attended Precision Planting's 17th annual Winter Conference at the company's headquarters just outside Tremont, a community with a population of 2,156 according to a 2016 estimate.The farmers who came to the conference learned what's new in agricultural technology and were given solutions to farming...
By Steve Stein / Times Correspondent
Balanced scoring usually produces a victory on the basketball court. The Pekin boys team had that balance Saturday night. With three players scoring in double figures, the Dragons dominated Limestone 58-36 in a Mid-Illini Conference game at Hawkins Gym. Jace Link led Pekin with 14 points. The 6-foot-4 senior also pulled down 10 rebounds.
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