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RANTOUL — The Big Bag o’ Books Sale happens this weekend at Rantoul Public Library.
My cousin Walter Scala passed away last evening, Oct. 26. He was very brave and kept the fight with bone cancer going until he became so tired and went to sleep.
My sisters and brother will always remember what an amazing person he was and so very talented.
Answering the numbers of the Park District
To the editor:
What about the numbers?
There have been several commentaries about the loss of tax revenue for the village if the park district is dissolved. The figures that have been used is $250,000, and that the taxes will have to be raised once the properties are turned over to the village.
Wow, do we have issues in this community!
The possible dissolving of Rantoul Park District has become a huge issue in the community – with neighbors taking sides against each other and lots of commentary and letters to the editor. On Tuesday, we’ll find out whether Rantoul has a park district or not after about 40 years.
Two weeks ago in an anticipated matchup of two quality NFL teams squared off on NBC’s Sunday Night Football Oct. 23.
The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks fought tooth and nail for 60 minutes to a 6-6 stalemate.In overtime, both squads then duked it out in a defensive battle before ending the game in a 6-6 tie.
OK folks, it won’t be long now until we all go to vote, and the repulsive garbage that has been on television will stop and then we will get to watch more commercials.
Won’t that be fun?
Whatever you decide, please remember to vote your choice. Don’t let anyone influence your decision.
I am so sick of hearing, “I don’t vote because my vote doesn’t matter.”
Voting “Yes” on Dissolution
Mr. Jean, who went too far?
The mismanaged Rantoul Park Board went too far when they tried to force the closure of Willow Pond and turn my neighborhood back to farmland.
By JACK ANDERSON
For Rantoul Press
The Friends of Rantoul’s Parks’ single goal is to improve Rantoul’s parks for our children and families and the overall quality of life in our community.
By JOHN LINDERMAN
For Rantoul Press
Fifteen years ago, with an inside-out swing on a high cutter from the greatest closer in baseball history, Luis Gonzalez floated an opposite field single into shallow left-center for a thrilling World Series walk-off win.