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Last Monday evening two bomb threats were made directed at the Walmart Supercenters in Antioch and Round Lake. The police were quick to jump on the scene and evacuate each location, however the situation surely scared many innocent shoppers.

Local Walmart Supercenters Threatened with Bomb Threats

September 16, 2020

On September 7, two bomb threats were made towards the Walmart Supercenters in Antioch and Round Lake. The ...

Pictured is Walter Elfering, Annamari Elfering, Kathy Biondi and Elfering's son and son-in-law. Elfering's diploma is pictured as well.

Posthumous Diploma Awarded to Former Student’s Family

September 4, 2020

When World War II began in 1939, many men enlisted to fight. Walter Elfering, who attended Antioch Community ...

This Week in News: August 24-28

This Week in News: August 24-28

August 31, 2020

Violent Riots Erupt Following the Shooting of Jacob Blake 29-year-old Jacob Blake was shot seven times by th...

ACHS Principal Eric Hamilton made a statement regarding the local arrest.

Two Dead, One Injured after Kenosha Shooting

August 26, 2020

Two civilians are now dead and one is seriously injured after a shooting late Tuesday night in Kenosha, ...

Teachers Donate to Antioch’s Muncipal Workers

Teachers Donate to Antioch’s Muncipal Workers

March 30, 2020

  While Antioch Community High School students and staff have switched to e-learning until Ap...

BREAKING: D117 Releases Official Coronavirus Prevention Plans

BREAKING: D117 Releases Official Coronavirus Prevention Plans

March 12, 2020

UPDATE: Superintendent of Community High School District 117 James McKay released a letter to the district f...

On March 17, voters in Illinois will be able to vote for their favorite candidates. There are multiple governmental positions on the ballot.

Everything You Need to Know About the Illinois Primary Election

March 12, 2020

On Tuesday, March 17, the Illinois Primary Election is taking place. Illinois residents who are 18 y...

As the coronavirus continues to rapidly spread many safety measures have been put in action. The virus has caused many to stock up on necessary toiletries and food incase of a possible quarantine.

Spread of the Coronavirus and Potential Precautions

March 12, 2020

Many scientists around the world are currently working to find a possible cure for COVID-19. While the sp...

10 Things You Need to Know: February 10-14

10 Things You Need to Know: February 10-14

February 14, 2020

3 West Side School Students Hospitalized After Overdosing Three students were hospitalized after consu...

New District 34 superintendent Bradford Hubbard stands with his wife and children at the board meeting to celebrate his new beginnings.

BREAKING: Hubbard to Head District 34

January 21, 2020

District 117's largest feeder district is about to get a familiar face to lead them into the futu...

Orlov Promoted to Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction

Kaitlyn Howe, Feather Managing Editor

January 19, 2020

Even though second semester just began, Antioch Community High School students and staff are already looking ahead to the 2020-2021 school year. This includes the moving of key administrative talent in the building; in particular; social studies department chair Jaclyn Orlov being named this past Thursday as the new assistant p...

Life Is Short, Lick the Bowl

Alessia Rivera, SequoitMedia.com Managing Editor

January 13, 2020

Lolo’s Bowls is in its early infancy as a restaurant, yet has done nothing but satisfy their customers. Located in Libertyville, it is about 35 minutes away from Antioch, but customers claim it is well worth the drive. The business is owned by Libertyville High School graduate Lauren Schick, alongside a helping hand from her ...

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