The Mahomet-Seymour Board of Education will hold its Study Session Monday, October 2nd at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held in the Board Conference Room at Middletown Prairie Elementary.
Last weekend was one for the record books. Friday (Sept. 22) was the third of five consecutive days where record high temperatures were either matched or broken, making obsolete marks which had stood since 1891. Friday was also the day for the first inductions into the Mahomet-Seymour… Read More
When I was 17 years old, I really liked this boy. He was about 6’3” tall, he had big ears and a really cute smile. And although I was a measly 5’9” with my basketball shoes on, I could beat him in basketball. This… Read More
Domestic abuse is not something that just happens in large cities. “When we moved to Monticello six years ago, I thought, ‘Really? No. We chose to move here because this is a low-crime, easy laid back country setting. (Domestic abuse) seems like a strange thing… Read More
The 2017 1st Prize Winner of the Mahomet Park and Recreation / Upper Sangamon River Conservancy Sangamon River Duck Race was Andrew White. Andrew generously donated all of his $500 cash prize back to three local organizations. MPRD, USRC and the Mahomet Lions Club. The Sangamon… Read More
MSHS Volleyball The Mahomet-Seymour Volleyball team defeated Lincoln in two sets 24-26, 25-23, 25-23 Tuesday night. Savannah Matthews had 12 kills and 7 digs. Kayin Garner 24 assists and 7 digs. Hannah Buzicky and Sam Hites combined for 7 aces. MSHS Cross Country The Mahomet-Seymour Cross Country team… Read More
The Mahomet-Seymour Girls Golf team took fifth place in the five-team Apollo Conference tournament with a score of 458. Sarah Amjad shot 102, Jaden Klaus shot 108, Emma Majad shot 110, Rachel Burke 124 and Jade Harms 140. The boys golf team took third amoung seven… Read More
The Mahomet American Legion Post 1015 will host a fish fry fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 14 from 5-7 pm at 412 E Main St. The meal cost $10, but is free for first responders. The funds benefit local veterans and their families, along with scholarships for local high school students.
The Museum of the Grand Prairie will kick off the 10th Annual Lincoln Lecture Series with a lecture titled “Harriet Tubman: Leader to Freedom” on October 1 at 2 p.m. Kathryn Harris, retired director of Library Services at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, will take on… Read More
During Fire Safety Week, and throughout the month of October, volunteers at the Cornbelt Fire Department want to educate all ages of the Mahomet community on fire safety and prevention. Through an annual open house event, the Mahomet community is invited to tour the station,… Read More