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Want to help name Mahomet-Seymour's new early childhood center?
District leaders are looking for suggestions, and local residents can offer up their input by email at email@example.com.
Commentators are asked to include their name and address, and are limited to one suggestion per email. Suggestions will be accepted until midnight on Dec. 19.
Mahomet-Seymour High School was recognized last week by the College Board by being named to the 4th Annual AP District Honor Roll.
The AP District Honor Roll is based on three years' worth of testing data, and recognizes efforts to open AP classroom doors to more students while maintaining or improving the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher.
Mahomet’s Mitch Chang had a great desire to serve his country in Vietnam when he first joined the Air Force in the late 1960s.
Born and raised in Hawaii as the son of a Navy civil service officer, he decided to volunteer to join the Air Force when “fighting was getting heavy” in Vietnam, as a college student in Guam.
Thanks to the generosity of Mahomet residents and donors across Champaign County, local families in need will have a turkey on their table this Thanksgiving.
This is the fourth year for the turkey drive—dubbed "Every Table Needs a Turkey." It's organized by a Bible study group made up of Mahomet women.
Runners and walkers at Lake of the Woods’ Buffalo Trace recreation area have a new place to take a break, thanks to a unique collaboration between several local groups.
Mahomet Rotary and Champaign County Forest Preserve District funded construction of the new shelter, which is located at the Crowley Road entrance
to the trails.
The pink emblems of breast cancer awareness are everywhere this month. But members of Mahomet Curves are making that fight personal by raising money to help one of their own.
A Thanksgiving Day run with friends has grown into a full-fledged 5K—one that organizers hope will turn into a holiday tradition in Mahomet.
The Turkey Trot 5K run/walk will be held at 8 a.m. Thanksgiving Day at Lake of the Woods, with registration starting at 7 a.m. Participants who pre-register before Tuesday, Nov. 19 will get a t-shirt.
Members of the Mahomet-Seymour school board got a chance to see the blueprints for the district’s newest school come to life on Monday night, as architects led them on a tour of the new early childhood center.
Crews from Broeren Russo are on track to have the building enclosed by late November so that interior work can continue through the chilly months.
As the new early childhood center rises on the east side of town, Mahomet-Seymour school leaders are looking for a way to honor the memories of Middletown.
The current Middletown Early Childhood Center, located on Division Street, was built in 1925 as Mahomet High School. Since that time, several generations of students have passed through its doors.
All local veterans are invited to attend a presentation by Rep. Bill Mitchell and the Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
“Stand Up and Be Counted” will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 3, at the Mahomet American Legion Hall on Main Street.