Red Hill Unit 10 approves return to learning plan, budget
The Red Hill Community Unit School District No. 10 Board of Education met in regular session on Sept. 22 where the board passed the budget for fiscal year 2022-23.
Chamber discusses upcoming events
The Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce met on Sept. 21 for its monthly luncheon meeting where plans for upcoming events such as the Trunk or Treat and the annual Homecoming celebrations at both county schools was discussed.
Local DAR meets, names officersSeptember 22, 2022
The Toussaint DuBois Chapter Daughter of the American Revolution held its first meeting of the 2022-23 year. The meeting was held at the Historical Society Research Building in Lawrenceville.
Unit 20 passes budget, schedules events
The Community Unit School District No. 20 Board of Education met in regular session on Sept. 21 where the board discussed and ultimately passed the 2022-23 budget.
Prepare early for colder weather
When the temperatures outside start to fall, there are several things around the house that should be done to prepare for the colder weather. A cheap and easy way to make your home more energy efficient when the temps fall is to change the direction of your ceiling fans.
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...
Fest of Ale is SaturdaySeptember 15, 2022
The sixth Annual Crawford County Fest of Ale is 3 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Robinson City Park.Establish...
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...
IECC: Financial aid deadline loomsSeptember 7, 2022
Lincoln Trail College and its fellow Illinois Eastern Community Colleges — Olney Central, Frontier C...
Hutsonville blood drive Sept. 1August 23, 2022
The next American Red Cross blood drive in Crawford County is Thursday, Sept. 1.The organization wil...
IECC enrollment up
Enrollment at Illinois Eastern Community Colleges is increasing.The IECC Board, during its meeting T...
Second Judicial Circuit participates in school supply driveAugust 12, 2022
The Second Judicial Circuit recently participated in a statewide initiative sponsored by the Illinoi...
LTC offers community courses
Lincoln Trail College will offer community education classes for students of all ages this month. Fo...
LTC welcomes back students Aug. 17-18
Lincoln Trail College is ready for the start of another school year.The fall semester begins Aug. 18...
LTC dual credit orientation TuesdayJuly 26, 2022
High school students taking dual credit classes at Lincoln Trail College will get the chance to prep...
New employees join IECC
Illinois Eastern Community Colleges are gearing up for another school year, so personnel matters and...
Couple performs concert at LTC Sept. 23August 29, 2022
The Arts at Lincoln Trail College will present an evening of guitar and flute music featuring Michae...
Catholic Charities fund raiser Sept. 11August 23, 2022
Catholic Charities’ annual spaghetti lunch is 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11, at the Effin...
Reminder: File 2019 and 2020 returns by Sept. 30 to get COVID penalty relief
Illinois Department on Aging to retirees: Action required to claim property tax rebate
IDNR announces Illinois waterfowl hunting updates
Illinois Supreme Court denies former lawmakers' claim for back pay
Capitol Briefs: State Fair sets record; jury awards $363 million in Sterigenics lawsuit
Salukis want to continue strong play on the road
Winning can be contagious and that seems to be the case for Red Hill High School’s football team. The Salukis have put together a strong start to the season and played solid football for the most part through the first four weeks of the season, which head coach Billy Gray hopes continues for the foreseeable future.
Indians look to bounce back against Warriors
Having a short-term memory is what Lawrenceville High School’s football team is doing this week, as they try to quickly erase last week’s performance. The injury-plagued Indians took one on the chin last week and are licking their wounds in preparation for another Little Illini Conference road contest this week.
Salukis rally late to beat Newton, 22-17
Two fourth-quarter scores erased a two-touchdown deficit and lifted Red Hill High School’s football team to a come-from-behind victory Friday night. The Salukis hung with host Newton for three quarters Friday night, then used a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns – and two-point conversions – to erase and 11-point deficit and pick up a 22-17 victory.
Indians overwhelmed by Mt. Carmel, 60-6
Things unraveled early for Lawrenceville High School’s football team Friday night and the end result for the Indians was a 60-6 defeat at the hands of IHSA Class 3A No. 6-ranked Mt. Carmel in a Little Illini Conference contest.
Lady Indians win one of three recently
Three matches resulted in a two losses followed by a win for Lawrenceville High School’s volleyball team recently.
Youth football teams win four of five games
Results were mostly positive for youth football teams from Lawrence County last weekend, as they won four of five games.