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1. Brandon Decker, Piper City; 2. Derek Hay, Piper City; 3. Fred Fanning, Piper City; 4. Ty Zanardelli, Piper City.
PAXTON — A blood drive will be held at St. Mary and Joseph Parish Center, located at 150 N. Maple Street in Paxton, from noon to 6 p.m. Thursday, July 10.
Those interested may be eligible if they donated on or before May 15, 2014, and are asked to bring a photo identification or Red Cross Blood Donor Card.
MELVIN – At one point during Monday’s Ford County Fair Queen Pageant, the seven contestants were asked to draw random questions out of a fishbowl and answer them.
Haley Brokate’s question stated, “If I could be anyone in the world, who would it be?”
MONTICELLO — A group of Iroquois County teens won first place in the Illinois 4-H Food Challenge on May 29 at Monticello High School.
Armed with only a month of training, a table of surprise ingredients and basic kitchens, the four participating teams of youth from Iroquois, Champaign and Piatt counties had 40 minutes to create unique dishes from scratch.
Delivery of today’s Paxton Record to newsstands and households will be delayed until this afternoon due to a printing error in the classifieds section. We apologize for the delay.
GIBSON CITY — Seth Dickey received a hero’s welcome when he arrived in his hometown of Gibson City on Monday after a year of service in the U.S. Army, including six months in Afghanistan.
PAXTON – Since Paxton-Buckley-Loda sophomore Caitlynn Riblet was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma in December, her journey through the treatments has been defined in one slogan.
The slogan can be seen on T-shirts worn by PBL students and faculty alike every Thursday in support of Riblet – “Fight Like a Girl.”
PAXTON – Caitlynn Riblet returned from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago to Paxton at midnight Saturday after a three-day period of chemotherapy.
Riblet was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma – a primary bone cancer – last December. She still has two more weeks in the first round of chemotherapy.