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Wysinger joins Exclusive 1,000-Point Club

By Mark Jurgena COLLINSVILLE — During Collinsville’s 58-56 double overtime loss to Belleville West in the Class 4A Granite City Regional championship game on Feb. 23 another major milestone was reached by a Kahok boys basketball player. Senior Jamorie Wysinger reached the 1,000-point barrier for his career during Collinsville’s 15-3 run to start the game. …

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Lady Knights nab 7th at Charleston

By Anthony Jones sports.times.tribune@gmail.com TROY — Triad’s girls track and field squad has recorded another top-ten showing of the young season. Their most recent outing came on Mar. 1, when the Lady Knights trekked up to Eastern Illinois University for the Charleston Indoor Invitational. There, they finished seventh out of 32 squads with 29 points.…

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Triad Track takes 1st in 59 team field

By Anthony Jones sports.times.tribune@gmail.com TROY — Fifty-nine teams competed at the Charleston Boys Track Indoor Invitational on Mar. 3. After wrapping up the day’s 15 events, the Triad Knights earned the meet championship with a tally of 51 team points. With a first place finish in the shot put, Zack Van Tieghem earned ten of…

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Greenville lands commitment from Weber

By Anthony Jones sports.times.tribune@gmail.com Triad senior Bradley Weber has officially found a collegiate baseball home. The recent signee discussed picking Greenville, “Their coach reached out to me. The program was amazing and it is exciting to get to be a part of it.” Greenville competes at the Division III level of the NCAA and is…

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Troy Lions Club Scholarships available for Area High School Seniors

By Times Tribune Staff  TROY — The Troy Lions Club is currently circulating applications for scholarships for high school seniors who live in the Tri-Township Park District.  According to a Lions Club news release, this year the Troy Lions Club will award two $500 scholarships – one to a boy and one to a girl. …

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Kahok Boys Track breaks School Records at Champaign meet

By Mark Jurgena COLLINSVILLE — The Collinsville boys track & field team traveled to Champaign on March 2 for the First to the Finish Charger Invite at the University of Illinois Armory. Collinsville brought back one first place finish in both the A and B Flights and set two indoor school records in other events.…

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Tips for Permanent Spring Cleaning

By Stephanie Malench Spring is right around the corner and that means spring cleaning for many people. The grass is turning green, and it is a great time to green up your home since the clutter, dirt, and toxins that build up can negatively influence the health of you and your family for the rest…

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Madison County Board Chairman Battle Heats Up

By Randy Pierce  MADISON COUNTY — With each of them sharing compilations of who has donated to his opponent’s campaign fund, announcing endorsements and making other comments of a critical nature, the battle between Kurt Prenzler, incumbent chairman of the Madison County Board, and Chris Slusser, running for that seat in this month’s primary election,…

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High School Basketball wraps up

By Mark Jurgena The IHSA crowned four state champions in girls basketball over the weekend at CEFCU Arena in Normal on the campus of Illinois State University. There was plenty of southern and Central Illinois representation at the event.  Class 1A Okawville repeated as Class 1A state champions, thanks to all-stater Alaina Kraus’ 33 points…

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Glen Carbon Meeting Notice

GLEN CARBON — The Glen Carbon Planning and Zoning Commission Special Meeting that was scheduled for March 5th was canceled. The next meeting for the commission is scheduled for 7 p.m. March 19.

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