December 13, 2014 - Tolono, IL - Zach Shotton holds on to the ball as the final buzzer sounds in the Rockets home game against Arcola. Shotton and the Unity basketball team defeated the visiting Purple Riders 42-39 in their last home game of 2014.
Top players from the Class 1A state volleyball season named to the PhotoNews Media All-Tournament state finals squad. In conjunction with this announcement, a 40-page commemorative special edition was released highlighting individual accomplishments, season and career statistics as well as memorable moments captured during the state tournament.
Rayvonte Rice made the shot that legends always manage to do as time expired at this year's annual Bud Light Bragginβ Rights against Missouri Tigers. Rice, who finished with 19 points, hit a three-pointer as time expired. The bucket gave the Fighting Illini and head coach John Groce their second consecutive Braggin' Rights victory after a 62-59 final. Click here to read more.
It has a danceable beat and quite easy on the ears like a Taylor Swift standard. Listening to this tune from songwriter and singer Polly Baker, you can easily visualize a group of young girls, arms intertwined, belting out the chorus in unison in the middle a barn dance floor.
Volleyball athletes simply do not get enough recognition but they do in our book. Following the conclusion of the Illinois High School Association state finals at Redbird Arena, PhotoNews Media recognized the best players from the final four teams to create our All-Tournament State Final Team. This issue features players from Cissna Park, Hartsburg-Emden, Keith Country Day and Woodlawn.
Hey guys, stop going after the bombshells with sky-high stilettos in a mini dress three sizes too small wearing more make-up than a circus clown. Our new columnist Tasha Shadden has some advice for you. Read more...
I've noticed in the last few years that a lot of my shirts are coming from Mexico, Vietnam and any place except the United States it seems. The competition continues to grows as we import food, furniture, billions of dollars in oil and to be redundant, about everything. Read more...
I don't think people should say things that are nasty, hateful or racist. However, in America we have the right to express ourselves. Conversely, people have the freedom to react to what is said. Those reactions may be positive or may be brutal. Read more...
Can you still post an other than honest review of your experience using that vendor? The answer to that question is it depends. With their online persona exposed to the world online, more and more wedding vendors are including language to their service agreement that will forbid you to post negative comments and reviews about the inferior service they may have provided.
In Nashville, the service at the Judge's Vinegarroon is always pleasant and attentive. When it comes to the offerings on the menu, the choices are as colorful as Judge Roy Bean's documented life. It's not too terrible difficult to get hung up on the menu deciding what to try when you have a hankering for barbecue.