You never know what, or who, you will find at Herscher Area Historical Society’s Anderson House. Pictured above is Ralph Schuller, left, son of Dr. Reinhold Schuller, a Herscher physician in the 1950’s and 60’s. Also pictured above is Monica Ruder, right, museum volunteer.  Read more

Kankakee’s Riverview Historic District will feature five homes and Frank Lloyd Wright’s first Prairie-Style house during its 32nd annual Holid… Read more

On Friday, December 13, Santa will be arriving in Herscher via firetruck first down Main St., then to the Herscher Legion, where he will greet… Read more

At the Limestone Township Library join us for our annual visit with Santa with two separate sessions on Monday, December 9 at 5:45 P.M. – 6:30… Read more

Riding a historic season high, the Herscher Tigers volleyball team advanced to the Sectional Championship to face a summer opponent in the Spartans of St. Joseph Ogden. After topping Tolono Unity in two consecutive sets (27-25, 25-21), the Tigers continued a playoff run twenty-one years in t… Read more

 The XC teams finished their season on Saturday at the State Meet at Detweiler Park in Peoria. The boys finished 14th overall out of 25 teams. With 209 boys running the Tigers were led by Soph… Read more

After ending a largely successful regular season with a record of 29-5, the Herscher girls volleyball team began regionals on Tuesday, October 29, and put on a record-setting show as they won … Read more

On Monday evening in Watseka, Herscher’s Lady Tigers volleyball defeated Tolono Unity 27-25; 25-21. Read more

The Boys and Girls XC teams on qualifed for the State meet at Detweiller Park in Peoria on Saturday, November 9th. The Boys placed 3rd overall out of 22 teams with 162 athletes.  Read more

Ellen Elizabeth “Gal”  (nee Halloran), 89, formerly of Campus,…

Gerald (Jerry) Buckman, 103, went to be with His Lord on Octob…

James H. Vaslie, 78, passed away Oct. 26, 2019, at Heritage He…

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