Arlene M. Schulte

Arlene M. Schulte, nee Billhartz, 89, of Mascoutah, IL, born Nov. 6, 1929 in Damiansville, IL died Thursday, April 25, 2019 at Silver Creek Assisted Living, Mascoutah, IL. Arlene was a member of Holy Childhood Catholic Church in Mascoutah, IL, Mascoutah Moose Lodge #815, and St. Ann’s Altar Sodality. She was a homemaker and enjoyed…

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Baseball Team Takes Early Leads; Wins Two-Of-Three

By Sam Graf Mascoutah Herald The Mascoutah High School Baseball team amassed solid leads in all three games, last week, and in two of them, came away with victories. Mascoutah jumped out to an 8-0, fourth-inning advantage at Highland en route to 8-5 victory, Monday, April 15. Two days later, after two innings, the Indians…

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Tennis Team Trounces Collinsville; Competes at Springfield

By Sam Graf Mascoutah Herald The Mascoutah High School Boys’ Tennis Team swept the Kahoks, 9-0, at Collinsville, Monday, April 15, but finished second to Champaign Central in the Rafael Nadal Division at the Springfield Invite, Friday-Saturday, April 19-20. Mascoutah’s top player, Cameron Pavelschak, led the Indians’ 6-0 singles’ run over Collinsville with a 6-0.…

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Former Fairview Heights Alderman Praises Metro Landing

By Randy Pierce Herald Publications James Nations, who served as an alderman in Fairview Heights for the first 10 years following its incorporation in 1969 and is currently the chairman of the board of directors of the Southwestern Illinois Development Authority, was among those offering praise at the ribbon cutting for a new project in…

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Girls’ Track takes Mascoutah Invitational by 28 points

Barnes and Holloway nab three, first-place finishes By Sam Graf Mascoutah Herald The Mascoutah High School Girls’ Track team enjoyed the home cooking, last Wednesday, April 17,  winning the 13-team, Mascoutah Invitational title by 28 points over second-place Freeburg and 45 points over fourth-place Highland. In nabbing the crown, the Lady Indians earned five, first-place…

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Mascoutah Pool To Open May 25

By Pamela Rensing mascherald@heraldpubs.com The City of Mascoutah has announced Saturday, May 25, as the opening date for the Mascoutah Swimming Pool. In 2018, the pool did not open until July 14 due to contractor project delays.  So it is understandable that some residents are crossing their fingers for a May opening. According to City…

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Local Robotics Team Heads To World Championship

By Ava Merrifield Robo Raiders, FTC 7129 The Robo Raiders FTC 7129, a homeschool robotics team based in Mascoutah, Illinois, are preparing for their final challenge of the season. April 24 – 27, the team will be competing in Detroit, Michigan, at the FIRST Robotics World Championship, a competition attended by the top 160 teams…

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Loren A. Dial, Capt. USAF, Ret.

Loren A. Dial, CAPT USAF, Ret., age 66, of Breese, passed away Thursday, February 21, 2019 while wintering in Davenport, FL. He was born January 14, 1953 in Kennett, MO, a son of the late Hubert and Irene, nee Elliott, Dial. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Norma…

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Sam L. Hipple

Sam Hipple, 78, dedicated husband, father, and friend, was welcomed into the arms of Jesus on March 30, 2019.  His earthly journey began on December 5, 1940.  Sam was born on a farm in Doniphan, MO to Myrtle and Jesse Hipple. He was raised in Mascoutah, IL by Myrtle and Allen Ohl. Sam’s basketball ability…

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Michael A. Knipp

Michael A. Knipp, 56 of Caseyville, IL born March 2, 1963 in Belleville, IL died Sunday, March 31, 2019 at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in O’Fallon, IL. He was a dispatcher for Trane for the Southwest Region in Earth City, MO and a member of St. John United Church of Christ in Mascoutah. Surviving are his…

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