GREENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING COURT ANNOUNCED
The 2013 Greenville High School Homecoming Court was announced at Monday night’s volleyball game.
This year's court includes freshmen Kortnie Dunn; Kadi File; Lewis Green; and Ryan Hutchinson, sophomores Jayla Jack; Ashley Rench; Mark Ayers; and Cole Pickett, juniors Mary Ashley Barber; Sydney Tomaschke; Finn Kuhne; and Will Schaufelberger, and seniors Hollyn Beans, Taylor Embry, Kellsey Hediger, Maria Reinhard, Kieren Williams, Will Funderburk, Colton Hamel, Joshua Laesch, Jason Omo-Osagie, and Dellon Sanders.
The Homecoming King and Queen will be announced at Saturday night’s Homecoming Dance in the Greenville High School gym. The doors open at 7:30 p.m., music starts at 8:00 p.m. The coronation will be held from 8:30 to 9:00 p.m. and is open to the public.
KPD APPROVES TWO NEW BOARD MEMBERS, ONE SWORN IN
The Kingsbury Park District Board held their monthly meeting Monday night at the DeMoulin Musuem. The board approved two new members to fill the vacancies left by David Oestriech, who resigned, and Shannon McGuire, who moved out of the park district. Three people had shown interest in those two board positions; they were Gary Trudell, Scott Crothers, and Jose Lirios. The board voted 3-0 to appoint Crothers and Lirios. Crothers was on hand and was sworn in as a board member Monday night. The board also voted to approve next year’s Employee Health Insurance premiums at a 7.5% increase with Coventry.
SUSPECT STILL SOUGHT IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY BANK ROBBERY
The search continues for a man who allegedly robbed the Bank and Trust in Farmersville, IL Monday morning. At approximately 9:10 a.m. Monday, a man described as a white male with thin build, approximately 6’ 2”, allegedly robbed the bank and fled the scene in a bluish-green Dodge Durango with temporary registration.
If you have any information on this bank robbery, contact the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department at 217-532-9511 or go to the Macoupin Montgomery County Crimestoppers website, www.macmontcrimestoppers.com.
If you know this subject or have recently seen him or his vehicle,
please call your local law enforcement or the
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office at 217-532-9511