Top of the Morning, Oct. 31, 2017

Top of the Morning, Oct. 31, 2017

On Tuesdays, we'll introduce the kids behind "High School Confidential." Today: Fisher's BAILEY PARKS-MOORE.

The class president is thoroughly enjoying her senior year because of "the connection that I have with my teachers, school and town," she said. "Fisher High School has shaped who I am today, and there's nowhere else I'd rather be."

She'll get a chance to show off her school Thursday when she takes over our Snapchat account. Follow along by searching for "news-gazette" on the app.

Here's more on Bailey:

On Twitter: @bparks34

On Instagram: @b_parks34

In five years, I'll be ... attending (Murray State) to study agriculture and/or political science.

In 10 years, I'll be ... starting a loving family and pursuing a career as a pediatric nurse practitioner.

Online audience

What was trending last week at news-gazette.com, which in a seven-day period ending Sunday saw 1,199,931 pageviews:

TOP STORIES

1. Driver ID'd in Philo Slab accident

2. Judge upholds $5 million bond in fatal Danville shooting

3. Rantoul woman accused of demanding money to keep relationship secret

TOP SPORTS STORIES

1. Horton-Tucker picks Iowa State

2. Horton-Tucker announcing commitment Thursday

3. Tate: I like where this is headed

TOP VIDEOS

1. Game of the Week: STM-Uni High soccer sectional title game

2. Smith: 'See normal second game improvements'

3. Game of the Week: Central vs. Mahomet-Seymour volleyball

TOP PHOTO GALLERIES

1. Celebration, protests at 2017 UI homecoming parade

2. HS 3A Volleyball Regional: Mahomet-Seymour vs. Central

3. HS 4A Volleyball Regional: Centennial vs. Danville

Sections (2):News, Local
Topics (2):Education, People
-