Webber's return home
Heavy rain did not dampen the spirits of Bluford residents Saturday as they gathered at Webber Township High School to show their support for the school's Trojans baseball team. The Trojans returned to Bluford that day from the state finals in Peoria. Their bus received a police escort through Mt. Vernon and Bluford before arriving at the high school for a special reception ceremony in the gym. During the ceremony, team members posed for pictures and visited with family and friends. The team was the runner-up in the 1A State Championship.Continued ...
- Cruise Night held
- District 80 retirement reception
- Webber's return home
Chief candidate pool to enlarge
The city council will hold its final discussions on allowing the Fire and Police Commission to choose police and fire chief and assistant chiefs from internal and external sources.Continued ...
- Fall Fest schedule released
- McClellan holds registration
- Third hand gives partner the count
- Chief candidate pool to enlarge
Clara M. Burge, 71, of Kankakee, passed away Tuesday, July 8, 2014, in Kankakee.She was born Aug. 2, 1942, in St. Anne to Riley and Helen (Simmons) Benjamin. Clara married James M. Burge in 1968 in Kankakee, and he survives in Kankakee. She was a lovContinued ...
- Bill Phillips
- Randy Hutcheson
- Margie Wiggins
- Audrey Freeze
- Clara Burge
Hines Sight: Players, fans will remember run
Webber's baseball run ended on Saturday with a loss in the 1A state championship, but it's going to be a long time before anyone associated with the program forgets this team.Continued ...
- Webber falls in final
- Trojans prevail in 10
- State finals notebook: Defense shines despite error total
- Hines Sight: Players, fans will remember run
Skype's real-time language translator
This week at Re/Code's Code Conference, Microsoft announced a real-time, multilingual translation beta called Skype Translate. The service can mediate between two video chatterers who speak different languages by providing text and audio translation after each person finishes speaking. Currently the service works for English and German, but Microsoft says it will support other languages soon. The beta will be released later this year.Continued ...
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