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Daytime sightings of red foxes are unusual, but one Cisco official says they have become rather commonplace in that community. This photo was taken the morning of Thursday, July 17 within the Village of Cisco, and Allerton Park John Griesbaum confirms it is a red fox (Vulpes vulpes).
The Monticello Main Street Farmer's Market returns this Thursday, June 19, and will continue from 3 to 6 p.m. each Thursday through Oct. 2 in front of the Community Building on North State Street (outside the Allerton Public Library).
Bement’s Old Glory Festival is scheduled for this Saturday, June 14 and the event will expand to another venue this year.
Despite being moved indoors for the second straight year, the Piatt County Relay For Life on June 7 attracted plenty of participants, and raised $57,000. Activities in Monticello High School included the survivor lap, bands, and activities designed to keep those taking part awake for the overnight activity, which raised money for the American Cancer Society.
DeLand American Legion Post 102 Commander Marty Conatser hopes the public feels welcome in the Post’s new building, which will be officially dedicated on Saturday, June 14.
The Piatt County Extension Service may have taken away your excuse to avoid gardening.
Unemployment rates dropped in April throughout East Central Illinois, with Danville’s rate falling to single digits for the first time in a year.
Piatt County’s jobless rate dropped from 7.1 to 6 percent in April when compared to a year earlier.
A large crowd showed up at the Monticello Township Cemetery to celebrate Memorial Day on the morning of Monday, May 26, 2014.
Sheila Carnder has once again made a quilt that will be raffled off to benefit the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life. Tickets are available at the Kirby Medical Center Welcome Desk in Monticello, and the drawing will be held June 7.
Memorial Day services have been scheduled by Piatt County communities for May 25 and 26. They included the following: