New Hebron announces first trimester honor rollNovember 23, 2022
New Hebron Christian School has announced its list of students who earned honors during the first trimester of the 2022-23 school year.
Illinois hunters harvest more than 52,000 deer during first weekend of Illinois firearm seasonNovember 23, 2022
Hunters in Illinois harvested a preliminary total of 52,354 deer during the first weekend of the Illinois firearm deer season Nov. 18-20.
USDA seeks crop information
As the 2022 growing season officially comes to an end, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National...
CROP Walk provides aid to local familiesNovember 22, 2022
The 2022 Lawrence County CROP Walk, that was held recently, brought in a total of $11,242 to help families in Lawrence County.
Elks to hold annual Parade of Lights on Dec. 3
The Lawrenceville Elks Lodge #1208 will hold its annual Parade of Lights on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 5 p.m.
Business group offers holiday happenings helpNovember 26, 2022
The Illinois Business Navigator Alliance of Southcentral and Southeastern Illinois wants to help loc...
LTC casting 'South Pacific'November 23, 2022
The Arts at Lincoln Trail College will conduct open auditions for an upcoming production of Rodgers ...
LTC community ed courses return in JanuaryNovember 23, 2022
Saving money, gardening, crocheting and serial killers are among the topics of programs available in...
Auditions announced for LTC's production of 'South Pacific'November 23, 2022
The Arts at Lincoln Trail College has announced auditions for the 2023 LTC Theater production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacific,” under the direction of Barbara Shimer and Cary Schiller and musical direction of Yvonne Newlin, will be held in January.
LTC students attend FLBA conferenceNovember 22, 2022
Four Lincoln Trail College students had the opportunity to travel to Omaha, Neb., for the Future Bus...
LTC professor publishes two booksNovember 22, 2022
Lincoln Trail College Associate Professor of Business Administration Amie Mayhall’s latest books abo...
IECC approves tax levy, Marathon agreement
Financial matters were on the agenda for most recent meeting of the Illinois Eastern Community Colle...
IECC seeks prices on used vehicles
Illinois Eastern Community Colleges are seeking a few good used vehicles.Meeting Tuesday at Olney Ce...
Spring registration starts soon at IECCOctober 6, 2022
January and the start of the next semester at Illinois Eastern Community Colleges may seem like a lo...
IECC trustees prepare for next election
It may be more than seven months away, but Illinois Eastern Community Colleges officials aren’t wait...
LTC 'goes wrong' with play castSeptember 16, 2022
Lincoln Trail College’s theater department is ready to go wrong.LTC Director of The Arts Brooke Olai...
IECC promotes adult literacySeptember 16, 2022
Illinois Eastern Community Colleges are celebrating Adult Education and Family Literacy Awareness We...
IECC salutes the ConstitutionSeptember 14, 2022
Constitution Day is Saturday, but because school is out on the weekend, Illinois Eastern Community C...
Area colleges highly rankedSeptember 12, 2022
Two area institutes of higher learning are ranked among the country’s best colleges.Rose-Hulman Inst...
Tickets still available for Eagles tribute
Whether you’ve been up and down this highway, out riding fences or just eating your lunch all by you...
Pearl Harbor fatality returning to IllinoisNovember 4, 2022
This Veterans Day, an Illinois man who died at Pearl Harbor will finally be on his way home.Machinis...
Red Hill’s Powden named to IHSFCA All-State Team
Following the best season in recent years for Red Hill High School’s football team, one Saluki has received some postseason accolades as a result of his play on the field this past season. Senior running back/defensive back Jacob Powden was recently named as one of 18 players named to the Illinois High School Football Coaches Association’s Class 1A All-State Team.
Wrestling team has high hopes
A young but experienced group will lead Lawrence County’s high school wrestling team on the mats this season, but that has not lowered the expectations by any means. All four boys who qualified for Sectional competition last season – two of whom advanced to state – are back, along with several other quality returners and some promising newcomers, which has head coach Sam Hyre excited about the season.
Two Red Hill volleyball players earn All-LOVC honors
BRIDGEPORT –– Two members of Red Hill High School’s volleyball team were recognized for their play on the court this past season, as they were named to the All-Little Okaw Valley Conference teams recently.
Lady Salukis win one of three in busy first week
One win was sandwiched in between a pair of losses for Red Hill High School’s girls’ basketball team last week. The Lady Salukis opened the season with three games in five days and came away with one win and two losses.
Salukis open season with 81-43 loss to Cisne
BRIDGEPORT –– Offense wasn’t as much of a problem as the defense was for Red Hill High School’s boys’ basketball team in their season opener Monday night. The Salukis managed just 43 points, while giving up almost twice as many in an 81-43 loss to Cisne.
Lady Indians lose opener to Gallatin County, 61-31, at Lady Foxes tourney
MCLEANSBORO –– The season started on a rough note for Lawrenceville High School’s girls’ basketball team Monday night, as they were nearly doubled up on the scoreboard. The Lady Indians tipped off their season at the Hamilton County Lady Foxes Tournament in McLeansboro and suffered a 61-31 loss to Gallatin County.