• Black Out Night results ...
• Peoria County Coroner's jury deliberates on Cloverdale crash deaths ...
• Halloween activities ...
Black Out Night at Friday night's football game raised about $2,500 for the IVC Educational Foundation, according to Michael Reuter, chairman of the foundation. Dr. Jim Maxey and his wife, donated the special black jerseys for the event. To assist Easter Seals, T-shirts were available, which were almost sold out at the game, for $650.
A Peoria County Coroner's jury ruled the deaths of Breanne Hulsizer and Ben Davis accidental this morning.
The IVC graduates died as a result of a crash Sept. 8 in the 4100 block of Cloverdale Road, near the S-curve. The car was reportedly traveling about 70 mph when it began to fishtail, left the roadway and then struck a utility pole.
Both were said to be unrestrained rearseat passengers in a vehicle driven by Todd Stark II of Edelstein. His girlfriend, Rachel Deyo, was a frontseat passenger.
Hulsizer was ejected from the vehicle and was found in a nearby field. Davis was partially ejected.
MERCHANT TRICK OR TREAT is from 3-5 p.m. Friday at participating businesses.
UNICEF TRICK OR TREAT is from 5-7 p.m. Friday. IVC Key Club members go door-to-door to collect for UNICEF’s “Operation Uruguay: Protecting the Rights of Children” campaign.
PEARCE SPPOKTACULAR is from 4-6:30 p.m. Friday. Includes games, food, costume contest and more. Admission is free. Game and good tickets are sold at the door.