Two car guys discuss the features of this 1936 Ford during the car show held at the Robinson VFW Sunday afternoon. The show featured new, old, custom, rat rods and everything in between. There were also food and music to make the afternoon more festive. (Tom Compton photo)
Robinson Unit 2 school board Monday answered questions from local residents concerned about the use of their tax dollars, especially in regard to plans for a new transportation facility.
Several taxpayers were present for Monday's board meeting with questions on topics ranging from whether the current South Jackson Street facility couldn't be fixed up to whether that many students actually still ride buses.
Three hundred years of living memory was shared during a cracker barrel discussion at the Fife Opera House Sunday. Palestine Preservation Projects Society presented "Century of Memories," in which three local centenarians discussed their memories from 100 years of life.
The search for a suspect who fled from a traffic stop resulted in an arrest at a Palestine residence on Friday. According to Palestine Police Chief Jeff Besing, about 9:45 a.m. he pulled over a 1997 White Dodge truck near Palestine High School at Main and Franklin Street. Besing said the stop was in reference to a subject wanted out of Knox County, Ind. for...
In Robinson for a brief campaign visit Wednesday, Gov. Bruce Rauner complimented Marathon refinery employees for working hard, supporting education and giving back to the community - values he says he has also tried to exemplify. Rauner made a brief stop in Robinson Wednesday morning to show his support of Marathon's work and growth.