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The Fighting Saints defeated the Vikings 5-2 in 6½ innings Saturday morning in Geneva.
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Similar to a report filed a week earlier, someone apparently is using stones to break windows at the West Side elementary school.
Graduation and Baccalaureate for the seniors, final exams and the start of summer school approaches for the underclassmen.
Some amazing, wonderful Geneva teachers closed chapters in their lives with retirement scheduled for the end of this year.
The 7-foot-by-5.5-foot display designed by GHS Art teacher Al Ochsner and built by Geneva craftsman Tom Kohorst is modeled on the Viking Ship in Good Templar Park.
The magazine's 2013 report out this week recognizes 84 Illinois schools.
A new survey shows most adults do not show appreciation to former educators despite direct teacher impact on students' futures. Here's your chance to do that in time for National Teacher Day.
Geneva High School students of the month.
"Some type of memorial" will be put in place at the Coultrap site, another meeting with neighbors will be scheduled and the Fourth Street administrative facilities will take on the Coultrap name. The cost of demolition is $545,900.
A “drop-in” reception will be held from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. May 9 at Geneva Middle School South followed by a brief recognition ceremony from 4:30 to 4:45 p.m.
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