Loading...
  • For bustling band parents, the pits fit

    For bustling band parents, the pits fit

    Behind the scenes of every marching band competition, a team of parents scrambles to set the stage. The Southridge High School Marching Raiders pit crew is an award-winning group of 12 parents who transport, lift, roll and lug heavy props and equipment on and off the field within a set time limit each weekend.

  • Forum will feature all 3 candidates for U.S. Rep.

    Forum will feature all 3 candidates for U.S. Rep.

    Candidates running for District 8 U.S. Representative will discuss their viewpoints during a public forum Tuesday evening.

  • Kimball heads receive key to city

    Kimball heads receive key to city

    Kimball International executives Doug Habig and Jim Thyen received a key to the city from Jasper Mayor Terry Seitz during a retirement celebration for Kimball employees Tuesday evening at KlubHaus 61.

  • Cruising Wildcats still expect better

    Cruising Wildcats still expect better

    The thing about winning, according to Jasper football coach Tony Ahrens, is that as great as it is, it still causes the occasional lapses in concentration.

  • Rangers still smile after oh-so-close recovery

    Rangers still smile after oh-so-close recovery

    This was no pity party for the Forest Park volleyball team.