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  • Cahokia mayor, students remember high school teacher who died

    Cahokia High School students had a vigil for math teacher Cory Herschler, who died. The 35-year-old was beloved by students and staff. Classes were canceled the day of his funeral because 37 of his colleagues and some of his students wanted to attend the funeral in Quincy. Students who weren’t able to go to the funeral organized the vigil.