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The Lincoln-Way East High School Marching Griffins captured second in their class at the 46th Annual State of Illinois Marching Band Championship on Saturday.
The Lincoln-Way North High School Marching Phoenix won first in its class at the 46th Annual State of Illinois Marching Band Championship.
Oak Forest football standout Kyle Hullinger outpolled 10 others in voting for Southland Patch's MVP, Oct. 22-28. Hullinger is now eligible for Patch Athlete of the Month honors.
Parents, Patch wants to hear from you on the questions that get families talking.
Looks like someone spent a little too much time on the video games. What's this kitty thinking?
A record number of students from Lincoln-Way East and Lincoln-Way North high schools qualified to participate in the Illinois Music Educators Association Conference in Peoria.
Fourth and fifth grade students at Hilda Walker Intermediate School show their support for the Wildcats by making posters and organizing cheers.
Government, Opinion, Halloween
Sometimes kids understand the political process so well, it's scary.
Students in the Future Business Leaders of America programs at Lincoln-Way East and Lincoln-Way North gathered Monday to review dining and business etiquette.
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