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Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Be a “Book Angel” this Christmas: Book Angel Trees can be found at Thiel Motors, Flowers on the Side, First Central State Bank, Snap Fitness, and St. Joseph Church, all in DeWitt. Nine-year-old Avery Kitchen and his brother, 6-year-old Ajay, help to hang the ornamental bookmarks on one of the trees. The boys’ mother, Christina Thiel Kitchen, is in charge of the program that aims to supply local kids with books for Christmas

News

Snuggle Up and read
Three years ago, Christina Thiel Kitchen and Gina Ryan Schlicksup were two stay-at-home moms on a mission.


Saturday, December 3, 2016
A bridge too old
CALAMUS - Just west of Calamus, two bridges on 235th Street are showing their age.
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Downtown shop delays opening; others moving, changing model
The opening of Sashollie, the new store that will operate from the former Dot's Hallmark building at 801 Sixth Ave. in DeWitt, will be delayed for a couple of weeks.


Saturday, December 3, 2016
for the love of music
A love of music is not the only thing that members of a local singing group have in common
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Sports


Saber grapplers pile up 15 pins to romp through Northeast Quadrangular
GOOSE LAKE - For all of the excitement that accompanies the first meet of the season, the Central DeWitt wrestling team did not seem to want to spend much time on the mat during Thursday's season-opening quadrangular at Northeast.


Saturday, December 3, 2016
Northeast rolls by Monticello in opener
GOOSE LAKE - A familiar scene on defense and a new long-distance threat on offense proved to be a successful combination for the Northeast boys basketball team in Tuesday's season opener with Monticello.


Saturday, December 3, 2016
Panthers pull away late to stop Rebels' upset bid
GOOSE LAKE - Its defense did more than enough, but the Northeast girls basketball team went cold at just the wrong time during Tuesday's home opener with Monticello.


Saturday, December 3, 2016



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