Stories about LaMoille, Illinois
Earlville's Ryan Browder scored 17 points, including the 1,000th of his career, to help the Red Raiders open Little Ten Conference play with a win over Indian Creek on Friday night. Plus more results in the NewsTribune roundup.
LaMoille junior Tyler Billhorn was voted NewsTribune Athlete of the Week after averaging 21.3 points per game to help the Lions finish fifth at the Ashton-Franklin Center Thanksgiving Tournament.
The L-P girls bowling teams won its season opener. That and more bowling, girls basketball and men's basketball results in Monday's NewsTribune roundup.
Bureau Valley placed second at Wethersfield, Henry finished third at Williamsfield and more basketball and bowling results in Saturday's NewsTribune roundup.
The Mendota and Henry-Senachwine boys basketball teams won tournament games Friday. That and more basketball results in Friday's NewsTribune roundup.
The Hall boys basketball team won its season opener. That and more in Tuesday's NewsTribune roundup.
The Mendota and LaMoille boys basketball teams opened the season with wins Monday. That and more basketball and bowling results in Monday's NewsTribune roundup.
A look at the Mendota, Princeton, Bureau Valley, LaMoille, Earlville, DePue, Fieldcrest and Henry-Senachwine boys basketball teams for the 2023-24 season.
The Amboy co-op football team won the Illinois 8-Man Football Association state championship Friday, and players from LaMoille and Ohio made up about a third of the roster that helped the Clippers to their first title since 1984.
No one was injured Thursday in a La Moille house fire that brought out several firefighters.
The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive from 1 to 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10, at La Moille High School, located at 801 S. Main St.
The La Moille Lions Club will host a chicken dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9, at 308 Howard St.
The La Moille CUSD #303 Board of Education will hold a public hearing to review and confirm all e-learning plans for future use during inclement weather or emergencies.
A driver, who was the sole occupant of the vehicle, died Saturday in a single-vehicle crash just north of La Moille.
The story follows the life of World War II fighter pilot David Hamilton who suddenly takes a turn as he finds himself lost and alone in a different time, place and identity.