Friday, December 15, 2017

Tag Archives: The Vienna Times

Eagles boys, girls varsity basketball tournament results

By Ryan Wright The Lady Eagles recently participated in the Eldorado Tournament which consisted of hard competition. They started the first game of the tournament playing Carmi on Saturday, Jan. 14. The Lady Eagles played a fairly intense game, but wasn’t able to hold on and ended up falling short …

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School board petitions filed

School board elections in Johnson County is in April 2017. Below is a tentative list of those who have filed a petition to run for school board in each public school district. Buncombe Grade School No. 43  Troy Norris, Robby Trigg, Nathan Webb and Scott Harris. Cypress Grade School No. …

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Solar eclipse meeting for businesses set at SCC

SIDEZ is partnering with Illinois Small Business Development Center at Shawnee Community College to host an event for businesses. A solar eclipse business planning meeting is scheduled on Thursday, Jan. 12 at Shawnee Community College in Ullin. Those who wish to attend can come between 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. This …

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Vienna High School to have students from South Korea

Starting on Thursday, Jan. 12, Vienna High School will be hosting 25 high school sophomore students from South Korea along with Korean teacher and administrator chaperons. These students are coming from Deadong Taxim High School (http://www.daedong.kr), which is located in the northwestern portion of South Korea.  It was established in …

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Karnak resident publishes book

Sharon Altenberger of Karnak has released a new book titled “Have the Apocalyptic Horses Started to Gallop? If So, Why?” The book reveals that God is rapidly bringing the Babylonian Satanic Spirit world to an end and He does not want His Saints to be ignorant. The Prophecy of the …

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Reevesville News

Christmas Eve and all through the house, not a creature is stirring, not even a mouse, I’ll never forget some Christmas’s we had when all of us kids were home. We didn’t get all the fancy toys they get now but we loved what we got. Sometimes I think kids …

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Top ten new Illinois laws effective Jan. 1

Jan. 1, 2017 is the effective date for almost 200 new state laws passed by the General Assembly and signed by the governor in 2016. The Senate Democrats published their top ten list for 2017 on Dec. 15. Laws make the list based on their importance to the public and …

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Work begins on Veterans Memorial

Construction of the new Johnson County Veterans Honor Roll Memorial started Monday morning in the front lawn of the Vienna Carnegie Library. Matt Endrizzi, owner of Endrizzi Construction and Landscaping is donating his time and equipment to build a 32-foot diameter concrete slab base. The base will support six verticle …

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Athletes give sneak preview during ‘Meet the Eagles’

By Ryan Wright Vienna High School hosted their annual “Meet The Eagles” event on Saturday, Nov. 12 with a big crowd attending. The event got off to a great start by introduction of all the winter sports teams in a blacked out gymnasium and with a projected light shining just …

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Community blood drive set in Vienna

The Vienna Community Blood Drive will be held on Monday, Nov. 21, at Fellowship Baptist Church from noon until 6 p.m. Donors will be treated to pumpkin pie, Mike’s chili, and other goodies. This will be the last blood drive for the year. As the holidays approach, there is always …

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