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Hoopeston Coat Drive a Success

The recent coat drive for Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 students has been very successful. The goal now is to get the coats distributed!

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Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police Report

News Release
November 29, 2013

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Hoopeston Police Department Report

Thursday, November 28, 2013
NOTHING TO REPORT

Hoopeston Police Department Report

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

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WHPO Thanksgiving Hours

Wednesday:  Open 5:00am - 4:00pm Closed 12:30-1:30pm Lunch
Thanksgiving Day:  CLOSED
Friday:  CLOSED TUNE in for: 5:30am RFD 6a, 7a & 8a news and RFD 9-10am
Saturday:  CLOSED
Tune in for 7am News on Thanksgiving Day & Saturday morning

Hoopeston Area Announces 1st Quarter Expect More!  Award Winners

The vision of Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 is to Expect More by
• Building Relationships with our families and communities
• Preparing our students for success in college, career, and life
• Ensuring our students have equitable access to excellence throughout the district.

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Hoopeston Public Library Holiday Hours

The Hoopeston Public Library will close at 6:00pm on Wednesday, November 27th and will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, November 28th.  The library will reopen on Friday, November 29th with regular hours.

Hoopeston Area HS Cheerleaders raising Money for Tornado Victims

The Hoopeston Area High School Cheerleaders have place jars in local businesses around Hoopeston to help raise money for tornado victims.

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Iroqouis County Sheriff’s Police Report

News Release
November 26, 2013

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IDOT Thanksgiving Family Health History Day

Thanksgiving is Family Health History Day

              Knowing your risks today can lead to a healthier
              tomorrow

              SPRINGFIELD – As many families gather for
              Thanksgiving, the conversation often drifts toward
              talking about traits and characteristics that run in
              their family, such as eye and hair color.  This year,
              Illinois Department of Public Health Director Dr.
              LaMar Hasbrouck encourages families to also talk
              about health conditions that run in the family as
              part of the Nation’s 10th annual Family Health
              History Day.

              “Diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer
              can run in families,” said Dr. Hasbrouck.  “While you
              can’t change your family health history, you can take
              steps to reduce your disease risk.  Knowing your
              family health history can help you and your health
              care provider predict your risk for health problems
              and identify screening and treatment options.  It is
              also a good time to talk with your family about
              health insurance and coverage of many inherited
              health conditions under the Affordable Care Act.”

              Under the Affordable Care Act (visit
              www.GetCoveredIllinois.gov), many preventive
              screenings will be covered, allowing health care
              providers to diagnose health problems in the early
              stages when they are easier to treat.

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