Playing softball 24/7 is Deidra Whightsil’s kind of weekend.
The first season of shotgun deer hunting is over and the second season starts today. I think the real surprise in statistics is the overall drop in the state’s deer harvest number.
Sheila Heth of Princeton went to her 40th class reunion at Ottawa High School last summer. While catching up with old friends, the topic of conversation came to the sport of curling. The more they talked about it, the more Heth became interested.
One moment, Todd Stevens and the Washington Panthers football team were celebrating a quarterfinal victory in the 5A playoffs, impressively continuing their push to a state championship. Less than 24 hours later, they were taking cover for the lives.
About a month ago, the Bureau County chapter of Pheasants Forever invited youths from Bureau County to participate in a live pheasant hunt at Hickory Grove. The young hunters were hunting over experienced bird dogs along with experienced handlers. The weather was good, the hunting was good and the young hunters had a great time. Special thanks to the Bureau County Pheasants Forever for serving the youth of Bureau County.
DePue High School will have a pair of new head coaches this basketball season.