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'71 Alum Author's Sci-Fi NovellaMay 30, 2012 by Carol Ide Kline (Register to contact)
Carol (Ide) Kline, now living in the St. Louis area, has taken her playwright hat off to publish a science fiction novella, "Tessa's Forty Winks". It is available digitally through retail ebookstores in May, 2012. Her short humorous plays are published for performance in schools and theatres through Lazy Bee Scripts and have been used in Canada, the UK and the US. Look for the book trailer of "Tessa's Forty Winks" at Vimeo or YouTube.
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JIM BOWLING, HERALD & REVIEW Teacher Kyle Osborne leads students in team building exercises during the Mount Zion High School Link Crew “Tribe” ...
Mount Zion community rallies for 15-year-old student after brain surgery Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — Sometimes in life, help can come from the most unlikely of places. For Gail Fyke, that was the case when a New Jersey hotel employee ...
Outside the Box with Mount Zion volleyball coach Jay McAtee Herald & Review
In the latest episode of the Herald & Review Outside the Box podcast, deputy sports editor Justin Conn and sports reporter Joey Wagner talk with Mount Zion ...
First day of school nerves? Mount Zion upperclassmen ease freshmen transition Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – If Link Crew had been around two years ago, Matthew Carpenter's first couple of days of freshman year would have run more smoothly.
High School Reunions: Bethany 1978; Stephen Decatur 1968 and 1978, Decatur High 1957, Mount Zion 1968, Lakeview 1968 Herald & Review
BETHANY — Bethany High School class of 1978 reunion will begin 5 p.m. Saturday, June 9, in The Depot, Bethany. All alumni are invited to attend after 7 p.m..
Boys and Girls Club welcomes Fluker, Boey Herald & Review
DECATUR – The Boys and Girls Club of Decatur is pleased to announce two additions to its leadership team. Johnathan Fluker is the club's new program ...
Mount Zion pitcher's recovery revives talks about wearing protective masks Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — The injuries to Mount Zion softball pitcher Ally Bruner from a line drive that struck her head sparked conversation from softball teams area-wide ...
Mount Zion High School student dies after battle with bone disease Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — Bailey Huddleston, a junior at Mount Zion High School, died Monday after a long battle with osteopetrosis, a rare form of brittle bone disease.
PHOTOS: Mount Zion High School Commencement | Local | herald-review.com Herald & Review
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History photos: Mount Zion Swingsations through the years Herald & Review
The Mount Zion High School Swingsations are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year. Take a look back at some of the co-ed show choir's talented ...
Youth football participation is down in Central Illinois. Here's why. 🏈 Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — The rain let up just enough Saturday afternoon for Joe and Matt Brummer to get outside and throw the football to each other.
Mount Zion rallies with dramatic sweep Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – Dayna Kennedy would like to spray more shots to the opposite field.
School construction booming in Mount Zion Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – With more than $19 million worth of construction taking place, Mount Zion School District officials look to enhance opportunities for students and ...
Mattoon falls to Mount Zion Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
MOUNT ZION -- Reiley Drake kept serving. And then she served some more. The Mount Zion junior spearheaded a 14-0 run in the first set Tuesday to help the ...
Mount Zion's new wonder nearing completion Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION -- The Braves are going big at home.
Mount Zion hires Cheryl Warner as new high school principal Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION -A new principal at the high school is just part of some structural changes being made in the Mount Zion School District.
Mount Zion High School hosts Midwest Show Choir Invitational Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — Entries from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Ohio compete Friday and Saturday, Jan. 17-18, in the annual Midwest Show Choir Invitational at Mount ...
TUPPER: Behold, the glorious return of Friday night football 🏈 Herald & Review
We in Central Illinois love a good party and we prove it by showing up in waves anytime someone advertises music, food, drink and a reason to turn up the.
Injury turns focus to protective masks for softball Bloomington Pantagraph
MOUNT ZION — The injuries to Mount Zion High School softball pitcher Ally Bruner from a line drive that struck her head sparked conversation from softball ...
Mount Zion searching for AD to replace Mose Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION -- Mount Zion High School is looking for a principal and athletic director as part of a restructuring move taking place.
Chief: 2 shot after Georgia high school graduation ceremony KTVI Fox 2 St. Louis
JONESBORO, Ga. (AP) - Police say one person was killed and another wounded in a shooting between people leaving a high school graduation ceremony in ...
Kennedy provides the power Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – Mount Zion's softball team has several seniors committed to the next level.
Mount Zion Swingsations celebrate 40 years Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — Even before he really knew what it was, Tanner Keller could tell you the songs and the dances for the Mount Zion High School Swingsations.
Drug test policy set at Mt. Zion | Local | herald-review.com Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – This fall, students wanting to participate in extracurricular activities at Mount Zion High School will have to consent to the district's recently ...
PREP TRACK AND FIELD ROUNDUP: Effingham boys win Apollo Conference championship, girls fifth Effingham Daily News
MOUNT ZION — The Effingham Flaming Hearts boys track and field team won the Apollo Conference championship at Mount Zion on Friday.
Mount Zion's fieldhouse opening opportunities Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION -- On a brisk Tuesday, Kelly Fox is flitting around each corner of Mount Zion's new fieldhouse.
Five at 5: Planet Fitness opening a Decatur location and 4 other stories to see Herald & Review
Planet Fitness, known for catering to the casual gym-goer, is opening a location in Decatur by the end of October.
Brown out, Graven in at Mount Zion | Mount Zion High School Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION -- In one fell swoop, Mount Zion reset their basketball program.
Movers & shakers: 20 people under 40 who make a difference in Central Illinois Herald & Review
Congratulations to these 20 people under 40 who make a difference in Central Illinois.
Roderick, Emerson L. Herald & Review
PAWNEE -- Emerson Lee Roderick, 73, of Pawnee, Illinois, died Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018, at his home. He was born Aug. 21, 1945, in Decatur, the son of Roy ...
Woman takes heroin addiction story to students Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION -- Katie Shreiner said it over and over Tuesday as she talked to physical education class after class in Mount Zion High School's fieldhouse: "I ...
Photos: Mount Zion at Taylorville football The State Journal-Register
The Taylorville High School Tornadoes defeated the Mount Zion High School Braves 36-14 in Taylorville to win an opening-round Class 4A football playoff ...
Challenger Wells unseats incumbent Mount Zion mayor | Government and Politics Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – Incumbent Mount Zion Mayor Don Robinson lost in his quest for a fourth term. Challenger Mark Wells, a member of the village board, defeated ...
Effingham shows Heart in beating Mount Zion | High School Football Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — As players and coaches broke the postgame huddle and began heading to the locker room, Mount Zion coach Mike Popovich put his arm ...
Teutopolis finishes off Mount Zion Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — Teutopolis coach Jason Hanson didn't like the lackluster finish.
Decatur memorial golf outing ends; legacies of namesakes lives on Herald & Review
DECATUR — For 10 years, organizers of the Matthew and Tony Memorial Golf Outing have been driven by the same creed to keep the event going: "If we save ...
Mount Zion's Popovich accepts job at Morthland College Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — Mike Popovich has decided to begin a new and certainly interesting chapter to his career as the Mount Zion High School football coach on ...
Mount Zion's winding up a counterpunch Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION -- The Braves know the snide joke that goes around Macon County about their defense -- Mount Zion doesn't have one.
honor roll | | herald-review.com Herald & Review
Area high school and elementary students receiving academic honors include:
OUR VIEW: Congratulations to this year's 20 under 40 class Herald & Review
We congratulate the Herald & Review's class of “20 under 40” unveiled over the weekend.
African-American history Decatur woman's passion Herald & Review
DECATUR — Evelyn Hood stared out the window in her office at the African-American Cultural & Genealogical Society of Illinois Museum, then laughed.
Mount Zion grad takes on acting Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – Nicole Butler has a new challenge: Acting.
Braves get giddy in win Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION -- The Mount Zion third-string defense was in the game when Mahomet-Seymour starting quarterback Thomas Kenney bounced off a tackle and ...
Former Mascoutah assistant is new football coach in Collinsville Belleville News-Democrat
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Newly crowned Macon County Fair Queen excited for the year ahead Herald & Review
DECATUR — Caroline Adamson said she's looking forward to all of the people she'll meet and lessons she'll learn as Miss Macon County Fair Queen.
Mount Zion, out of nowhere Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – Between a junior class that brought gobs of experience and a new starter in Cameron Leff that closed last year's season with a bang, there were ...
Get ready for funnel cake: Macon County Fair's 162nd year starts today 🎡 Herald & Review
DECATUR — If it's not broke, don't fix it. That's the mantra from Macon County Fair officials, as final preparations are made for the 162nd edition of the event.
Mount Zion native charts path to lead Kobe Bryant company Herald & Review
DECATUR — Looking back on her career, Andrea Fairchild said she didn't foresee taking any of the paths that led her to where she is today.
First Gig: 'Kids who just want to shred guitars' 🎸 🎶 Herald & Review
DECATUR — Organizer Mikey Schoneman calls First Gig “rock 'n' roll boot camp.”
Families find purpose in their children's tragic deaths Herald & Review
DECATUR – Keeping a child's memory alive can be a double-edged sword.
Kids get hands dirty with conservation education Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION -- Tryton Stanley was able to get his hands dirty on Wednesday morning.
PHOTOS Herald & Review
Here is the Herald and Review photo staff's best work from August.
Welcome home: Mount Zion greets Jackson Scharf with open arms Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — The last time Jackson Scharf was in Mount Zion, it was Sept. 2 and his mom Sandy Scharf was rushing him to the hospital in a ride.
'Welcome home': Vietnam veterans recognized for service during Decatur event Herald & Review
DECATUR — Bob Dondeville addressed the hundreds of Vietnam-era veterans who filled the Decatur Civic Center's Ameren Illinois Arena on Saturday with a ...
With 2 hours to go, 17th Annual WSOY Community Food Drive passes 1.3M pounds/dollars Herald & Review
With two hours left on the clock, the WSOY Food Drive is nearing its final stretch at the Airport Plaza Kroger. Brian Byers, Vice President of development for ...
Decatur Celebration: Winners crowned at Miss Illinois Festival pageant Herald & Review
Decatur's Kylie Nichols was crowned Miss Illinois Festival Queen during a ceremony Sunday at the Decatur Civic Center.
Students receive unforgettable experience as homecoming king and queen Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — In a world that some believe is full of youth violence, bullying, selfishness and entitlement, Mount Zion and Warrensburg-Latham High School ...
Mount Zion rolls in second half Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION -- It took some time for Mount Zion to remember how to beat an old Apollo foe, but the Braves didn't look back once they finally found their.
PHOTOS: Mt Zion Field House Construction Update | Local | herald-review.com Herald & Review
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Robertson Charter School class brings Harlem Renaissance to Decatur museum Herald & Review
DECATUR — Nevaeh Woods may not be an expert on the Harlem Renaissance, but she's heard of it.
Heroic Age lives to thrill with Art of Fear Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – Christian Hill was drawing attention Saturday as the look of his face took a scary yet awe-inspiring turn.
YOUTH VOLLEYBALL: Liberty reigns in eighth-grade regionals AdVantageNEWS.com
The Edwardsville Liberty eighth-grade volleyball team poses with its regional championship plaque after beating crosstown rival Lincoln in three games in the ...
Sunday Conversation: Brit Miller Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
What's the deal with former Illinois linebackers going into coaching? Brit Miller is the latest to get the bug, becoming the defensive coordinator at Mount Zion ...
Leff finds new home at Mount Zion Herald & Review
Ryan Scharf thought the guy in the Los Angeles Dodgers shirt was out of place.
LJHS athletes compete at State event Lincoln Courier
Four Lincoln Junior High School athletes qualified for the IESA 2A State Track and Field meet during sectionals at Mount Zion High School. Aidan Getahun ...
SIU Football | Hot day at camp brings Chinn back to Pike High School The Southern
CARBONDALE — Battling 95-degree temperatures in a sleeveless white hoodie Friday, Jeremy Chinn was taking it all in at SIU's 7-on-7 team camp.
TUPPER: Blue Mound coaching legend Dick McDonald to be recognized this weekend Herald & Review
In portions of the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, Dick McDonald coached baseball, track and field, cross country and boys basketball and it sounds almost ...
Howard Warren Buffett Herald & Review
Howard W Buffett, son of philanthropist Howard G. Buffett, and grandson of investor Warren Buffett, speaks at the conference on cover crops and soil health, ...
Victim identified in fatal motorcycle crash Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION — The Mount Zion resident who died in an early Saturday morning motorcycle crash near Turpin Road and Elwin Blacktop has been identified as ...
Former Early Head Start director to lead Baby TALK Herald & Review
DECATUR – Named Tuesday to take over for founder Claudia Quigg as executive director of Baby TALK, Shauna Ejeh is looking to boost the national profile of ...
Choirs' working, winning Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – Mount Zion High School senior Maddie Sphar has been a member of show choirs for six years. She has helped win a handful of trophies for the.
Potential successors emerge as Mitchell says he will not seek re-election Herald & Review
CLINTON —Several possible replacements in the 101st Illinois House District started to emerge Thursday after longtime state Rep. Bill Mitchell announced that ...
Simply outstanding; Harder dominant again Herald & Review
At first, she might have been known only as Number 8. Before long, she became a household name. Possibly as early as midway through her freshman year, but ...
Braves ready to be elite Herald & Review
Jade Frey didn't see it coming. Jay McAtee did, but not this fast.
Curry, Brady Evan Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION -- Brady Evan Curry passed away suddenly at his home in Snowmass, CO on Sunday March 12th.
Mount Zion native conquers Kilimanjaro Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – After five days climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Nicole Butler reaches Summit Ridge, Stella Point, nearly 19000 feet.
WSOY Community Food Drive meets 1.5 million pounds/dollars goal with minutes to spare Herald & Review
6 p.m. The WSOY Community Food Drive has once again met its goal, raising a total of 1501537 million pounds/dollars over the course of 12 hours at Kroger on ...
Mount Zion community dedicates War Memorial in Veterans Park Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION - Murphy's Law was in full force in Mount Zion on Memorial Day afternoon, as a big storm broke just as the dedication ceremony for the War ...
Good chemistry: New Millikin camp introduces students to science careers Herald & Review
DECATUR – Hoping to be a lawyer one day, Michael Hong had trouble seeing the relevance of the chemistry class he took at Maroa-Forsyth High School.
McInerney wins Four for Fourth for 7th straight year Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
CHARLESTON – The heat and humidity returned for the Four for the Fourth road race Tuesday and so did Riley McInerney and Ivy Handley.
Lucas Highley and Grace Lahniers Herald & Review
Grace Anna Lahniers and Lucas Charles Highley, both of Decatur, were married 2 p.m. Oct. 24, 2015, in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, with the Rev.
Siblings find support in athletic, academic achievments Herald & Review
MOUNT ZION – When Mount Zion student Andy Hinch plays tennis with his family, he said he has only one motivation: “You have to have bragging rights.”
First Mid-Illinois to acquire Soy Capital of Decatur Herald & Review
DECATUR — First Mid-Illinois Bank will acquire Decatur's Soy Capital Bank & Trust Co. and J.L. Hubbard Insurance and Bonds under the terms of an agreement ...
Area schools with IHSA state trophies | HR Preps | herald-review.com Herald & Review
Click on the icon to the left of "HR Preps: Area state trophies" to bring out a list of all the trophies or zoom in on each city in the.
Law enforcement: School threats always taken seriously | Education Herald & Review
DECATUR — Schools take threats of violence seriously and investigate them thoroughly — every time — authorities say.
Show choir members gain confidence to pursue careers Herald & Review
DECATUR – The high school auditorium was packed with relatives and friends of the talented singers and dancers who were determined to make their last show ...
Macon County history teachers eager for new Kennedy documents Herald & Review
DECATUR — Local history teachers and enthusiasts are eager to dive into new information about the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy with the ...
Ready to graduate, Johns Hill alumni walk the halls one last time Herald & Review
DECATUR – High school seniors who went to Johns Hill Magnet School took a trip down memory lane on Tuesday.
Miss Macon County Pageant contestants | Photo Galleries | herald-review.com Herald & Review
The pageant will begin at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 9, in the Decatur Civic Center. Contestants for Miss and Junior Miss are judged on personal interviews, ...
KENNEY-BUCHTA Herald & Review
KENNEY-BUCHTA. Kyle Kenney and Johnny Buchta, both of Chicago, were married 5:30 p.m. June 28, 2014, at Country Club of Decatur, with the Rev.
Fletcher named philanthropy specialist at HSHS St. Mary's Hospital Herald & Review
DECATUR — Joel Fletcher, general manager and advertising director of the Herald & Review, has been named philanthropy specialist at HSHS St. Mary's ...
Quincy High School Hall of Fame: 2016 Inductees Herald-Whig
Had it not been for Mother Nature's intervention, Luke Guthrie might not have been the first in his family to win a state golf championship. In 2001, as a junior at ...
Eichenauer's Nathan Price named National Tech of the Month Herald & Review
DECATUR – Nathan Price was named National Tech of the Month for November by the Alto Shaam Technical *Service* Team.
Golden K's trauma dolls comfort children across Macon County Herald & Review
DECATUR — A soft toy can make a lot of difference to an upset child.
Decatur's Natalie Beck chosen to head The Community Foundation after national search Herald & Review
DECATUR — Natalie Beck will start her “dream job” on Oct. 8. Beck has been named president and chief executive officer of The Community Foundation of ...
Less invasive hip surgery has patients back on their feet faster Herald & Review
DECATUR — Linda Harrison's left hip had been hurting for several years.
New director, same mission for God's Shelter of Love Herald & Review
DECATUR – God's Shelter of Love, one of the city's oldest homeless ministries, may have a new director, but that doesn't mean everything will change.
July celebrations: Birthdays, anniversaries & more | Life & People Herald & Review
The anniversaries, birthdays, engagements and weddings being celebrated in the Decatur area this July.
Dove Inc. names new acting executive director Herald & Review
DECATUR — Tammy Wilcox has been named acting executive director of Dove, Inc., following the recent departure of former Executive Director Christine ...
1,500 students perform in Choral Classic in Wheaton Chicago Daily Herald
Students from 30 middle schools and high schools representing 11 states performed Friday night and Saturday during the Wheaton Warrenville South High ...
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