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Calhoun News-Herald

Herter family proud of namesake

By Carissa Sitki Last Tuesday, Nov. 16, the family of the original Barefoot owners, the Herters, stopped by the newly re-opened restaurant that is carrying on the namesake in Hardin.

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Let’s Cook! – November 23, 2022

With the festive season upon us, there will be lots of parties and family gatherings which calls for food, lots of food! Appetizers are especially popular this time of year. I am going to reprint three of my favorite party foods. The first is aptly called Christmas Pinwheels because of the red and green in…

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Curran eyes ‘balance’ as he prepares to lead Illinois Senate’s GOP minority

Aims for ‘meaningful participation’ in state government policy discussions By JERRY NOWICKI | Capitol News Illinois Senate Minority Leader-elect John Curran will take over a caucus that’s more than doubled in size by the majority-party Democrats. His goal: “Bring balance to state government.” “Because we’re going to produce better results with that balance for working…

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Batchtown News 11.23.22

It’s November and Thanksgiving is this week, Thursday, Nov. 24. Hope you and your family enjoy the day with family and friends on this day of gratitude in our American History of our Country, and family. The St. Vincent DePaul Society honored their volunteers at the Rastello Room in Hardin Tuesday, Nov. 15. They enjoyed…

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Point News 11.23.22

Still having changeable weather, only in the upper 30s all last week and lows in the 20s and also lots of wind. Now, for this week,  50+ degrees which sounds really great. Lots of people are traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend so they are most appreciative of this. On Tuesday evening, the St. Vincent…

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Kampsville News 11.23.22

The Schumann Memorial Park is all lit up. The “Big Tree” is up and more decorating is being done. Of course when you’re a Village with your very own Christmas Shop, it’s always Christmas magic. Thank you to everyone who showed their support to the Sons of the Legion and participated in the Sunday Meat…

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Grandparents celebrated at St. Norbert’s Nov. 16

By Diane Brangenberg Students, kindergarten through eighth grade at St. Norbert’s, along with their teachers, hosted their annual Grandparents Day event on Friday, Nov. 16, beginning with morning mass. Following mass, all the students and staff circled the pews and prayed the rosary. Grandparents were then treated to a breakfast of cinnamon rolls and punch…

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What’s Happening in and around Calhoun County area 11.23.22

Thursday, Nov. 24 • The Fieldon United Church of Christ is hosting a community dinner for Thanksgiving starting at 1 p.m. The event is free to the public and will have both indoor and outdoor activities. The church is located at 205 1st Street. While the event is free to attend, the church is asking…

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