Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of February 5
A truck heading West smashed through a house Tuesday in the 500 block of East Elm Street. The driver was taken by ambulance and no other injuries were reported.
Students involved in FCA pose for a picture during the Superbowl party at the Civic Center. The Superbowl party benefited Andy Easton.
The Lady Miners pose for a picture with their regional championship plaque after their 37-34 over Southwestern. (By: Tracie Kirkwood)
A new restaurant hit downtown Gillespie last week. The new restaurant, Chief's Grill, is open from 11am-8pm Sunday thru Thursday and 11am-9pm Friday thru Saturday.
Evan Price and Colin Tieman fight for a ball in their sectional game Wednesday evening. The boys fell by just one point.
Sonya Levie explained the Black Diamond Day's pageant to the Rotary this week. Levie explained that the new queen cannot go on to the County pageant this year.
Molly Gray knocks down a field goal in the ladies win over Southwestern Thursday evening.
A worker from Ameren replaces a burned out street light last week.
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