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Mt, Pulaski Times USPS No. 365-660 is published semi-monthly (twenty-four times=issues) per year by Michael Lakin. 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Business and Editorial Offices: Accounting and Cimulation Offices: Michael Lakin. 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski. Illinois 62548, Call 217-303-6159 to subscribe. Periodical Postage is paid at Mt. Pulaski. IL 62548 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Mt. Pulaski Times, C/O Michael Lakin, P O Box 114 - 311 S. Washington Mt. Pulaski, Blinois 62548 Office: 217-303-6159 mtpulaskitimes@gmail, corn School District Grants were awarded based on a formula of $.75 per student with a minimum grant award of $750. The School District Library Grant Program is used to acquire fiction and/or non- fiction books, educational CDs and DVDs, library subscrip- tions, electronic resources like new computers and improve Wi-Fi connectivity. Based on a 75-cent per stu- dent award, Mt. Pulaski District #23 received $750 based on a 480-student district count. Sec. of State Jesse White announced Grant. A report says coalition warplanes have dropped more than 10,000 =smart bombs" that are guided by GPS on ISIS targets since last year. One of 26 selected for... 10 Julia Beccue was one of only 13 girls (26 total students ath- letes) from all IHSA schools in the state of Illinois, no matter the school's size, to be selected for the All-State Academic Team. One male and one female stu- dent athlete is nominated from each high school, then a com- mittee reviews the nomination forms and selects the top 26 students for the All-State Aca- demic Team. Julia will be awarded a $1000 scholarship in Bloomington April 20, at a banquet to honor the 26 students. Since this award was first given starting in 1993, MPHS has not had anyone chosen for the All-State Academic Team="]. and has only had one student who was chosen to the Honor- able Mention Team. Caterpillar sponsors the 2014- 15 All-State Academic Team. The 13 male and 13 female honorees of the IHSA's top aca- demic honor were chosen from to o a group that included over 450 m students throughout the state. "This is a tremendous honor and I hope every student who was nominated takes a great deal of pride in all that they have accomplished," said IHSA Executive Director Marty Hick- man. SPECIAL PURCHASE HOT DEAL! 2-Pc. Lopper/Pruner Tool Set T1479 3286 wni~ $u01~ last, 2-Gal. LigM-Duty Tank Sprayt;M" L 131 3851 s.p es ast. Johnson True Value Hardware & Gardens 423 S. Washington-St. Mt. Pulaski www.facebook.com/johnsontruevalue 792 5911 Mon.-Fd. 7:3OAm-6Pm "= Sat. 7:30Am - 5Pm Sun. lOAm - 3Pm RAYZ. HOT DEAL! 1,000-Lumert LED Rashlight with Zoom E 180 900B6 Wh~e supp~ ~sL I Umm ISA Sale ends 4/30/2015 Timberwolves Best Hilltoppers 2-1 Two area aces faced off in Bethany, and the results were a predictably low scoring affair that batters on both sides would like to forget. Peyton Hagerman threw seven innings of one hit one run ball for the Timberwolves while striking out 14 batters in a vir- tually unhittable performance. Hagerman walked the first batter he faced, and a double that was the only Hagerman hit he allowed, set up the Hill- toppers with second and third with no outs. A fielder's choice brofight home the game's first run and the Hilltoppers took the early 1-0 lead. Bethany's head coach talked about-facing Mt Pulaski's ace... (Michael Lowery)... ...and the pressure to try and generate offense early in the con- test... "Their pitcher is a first team all-state player. We knew we would see him, because it was their first game, and we knew we would have our hands full. Anytime we got a guy on third and their pitcher is throw- ing 90mph we are going to try to squeeze. It didn't work out, but we have to try some bunts and small ball when you are facing a kid like that." The score would remain 1-0 in the Hilltoppers' advantage until the bottom of the fourth when the Timberwolves were finally able to break through. A hit batter with one out put a man on before a Hagerman RBI double tied the game at 1-1. A throwivg error allowed an advance to third. The ball was put into play with one out to drive home what would be the winning run. Timberwolves were ahead 2-1 heading to the fifth. The only real Hilltopper threat came with one out in the top of the sixth when a routine ground ball resulted in a throw- ing error. A Timberwolves freshman catcher got down to first, backed up a throw, and ended up throwing out a Hill- topper as he tried to advance to second. It was a play that fired up the Timberwolves' team. Edited froma story by Matt Kracht - Sullivan News Progress Sports Reporter A new Oregon law will automatically register all eligible voters unless they decide to opt out.