Category: News

E-learning, 4,000 Miles Away

Dwight Teacher Keeps Her Classes After Returning From Spain By Rachael Reynolds-Soucie rachaelthepaper@gmail.com When Anne Fritsch logs on to Google Hangouts each morning at 4 a.m. to teach her English classes, she’s seeing tiny faces that are 4,100 miles away.…

We Would Like To Hear From You!

We Would Like To Hear From You! Do you have a local story or picture you’d like published in The Paper? Send it our way! Email story tips and photos to thepaper1901@sbcglobal.net or stop by our office at 204 E.…

Week 2 – “Date Meets Zip”

The Dwight Historical society is sponsoring a weekly “Letter Search Contest” leading up to the Dwight IL “Date Meets Zip” festivities, in which a picture of a local sign or building showing one letter from the word DWIGHT will be…

Date Meets Zip Letter Search Contest

The Paper is publishing a weekly “Letter Search Contest” leading up to the Dwight IL “Date Meets Zip” festivities, in which a picture of a local sign or building showing one letter from the word DWIGHT will be printed each…

We Can’t Do This Without You

Wherever life takes us, American Red Cross blood donors are there for those in need. Our donors represent the best in humanity. They’re selfless, thoughtful, dedicated and brave. And they’re helping hospitals by ensuring blood is on the shelves for patients facing disease, illness and injury.…

Until We Meet Again…..

As people prepared for the statewide stay-at-home order issued Friday by Governor Pritzker aimed at stopping the spread of coronavirus, some have hunkered down with their families while others are separated from loved ones. Dwight resident Laura Best Haacke was…

Solved: The Case of the Missing Leotard

By Rachael Reynolds-Soucie rachaelthepaper@gmail.com Sleepy little towns like Dwight don’t always see much action. But last weekend the Dwight Police Chief found himself in the middle of a well-publicized cold case: The case of the missing leotard. Mario and Shonetta…