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Rantoul and Thomasboro will hold their annual community Easter egg hunts Saturday, April 19.
Rantoul event. In Rantoul, the egg hunt, which is sponsored by The CORE Group, will be held at noon at Wabash Park.
Sections will be set up for four age groups — 1-3, 4-6, 7-9 and 10 and older.
RANTOUL — Former Rantoul Village Administrator Bruce Sandahl will receive $78,598 — one half of his annual salary — as part of his employment separation agreement and release with the village of Rantoul.
RANTOUL — The village board held a special meeting Tuesday evening to discuss criteria for a new village administrator.
Village attorney Ken Beth said such meetings can remain open “to the extent you’re discussing generally.”
“When you’re talking about specific individuals, it would be closed,” Beth said at the board’s April 8 monthly meeting.
RANTOUL — Preregistration is now open for incoming kindergartners and their parents to take part in the Rantoul City School district’s assessment night May 8.
“This is a little bit different than what we have done in the past,” RCS Superintendent Michelle Ramage said.
FISHER — The Fisher Village Board voted unanimously to purchase $5,405 worth of radios for the Emergency Services and Disaster Agency volunteers to use.
Their current radios aren’t in sync with even the local fire and police departments. Last month the motion to do so died for lack of a second.
THOMASBORO — Budgetary matters and the purchase of a Taser for police use are the highlights of Thomasboro’s April village board meeting.
Village board trustee Fred Meek announced his resignation from the board. He plans to move away from Thomasboro closer to Rantoul.
CHICAGO — The village of Rantoul will receive $505,320 for a downtown area bike path as part of the $2.6 million in grant money for trails and bike paths, Gov. Pat Quinn’s office announced Saturday.
RANTOUL — Third quarter honor roll has been released at J.W. Eater Jr. High School.
High honors students are:
RANTOUL — The defendant claims he’s innocent. Will the jury buy it?
On trial is the Big Bad Wolf — charged with the murder of two little pigs, Wilbur and Portly
RANTOUL — Rantoul Garden Club and the village of Rantoul will mark Arbor Day Friday, April 25, with a tree-planting ceremony along the shared-use (walking and biking) path near the Taylor Studios (former Wal-Mart) property on east U.S. 136.
The public is invited to attend the ceremony, which begins at 1:30 p.m.