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Impact of plant closing on IECC should be minimal

By Randy Harrison
| October 20, 2021

The shuttering of the former Ameren Energy power plant at Newton will have a minimal impact on Illin...

October 19, 2021

Thursday, Oct. 21 The Unit 10 Board of Education will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. at Red Hill ...

October 19, 2021

Parkside Elementary MONDAY Breakfast: Cereal bar, juice, fruit, milk. Lunch: BBQ pulled pork on wh...

USDA seeks hemp info

October 19, 2021

This week, USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service began sending its first Hemp Acreage and ...

LTC ranks high among online colleges

October 19, 2021

The website “Online Schools Guide” rated Lincoln Trail College as the sixth-best online community co...

Indians, Salukis square off in annual Oil Field Trophy Game

By JOSH BROWN
| October 15, 2021

Bragging rights in Lawrence County are on the line once again this week, as rivals Lawrenceville and Red Hill hit the gridiron against each other in the annual Oil Field Trophy Game Friday night at Ed Loeb Field.

LTC offers COVID shots Tuesday

October 8, 2021

Lincoln Trail College will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12...

Indians looking to inch closer to playoff berth

By Josh Brown
| October 8, 2021

LAWRENCEVILLE –– Getting to the playoffs and playing at a 10th game at the end of the season is what...

Salukis want to continue momentum against Lions

By Josh Brown
| October 8, 2021

BRIDGEPORT –– Momentum can be a huge factor in sports and Red Hill High School’s football team belie...

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Trio faces murder, burglary charges

October 8, 2021

Three men face first-degree murder charges in connection with a Clay County death.County States Atto...

Houts perform at Martinsville

October 4, 2021

Jake and Mikayla Hoult, along with the Casey United Methodist Church Praise Team, will be performing...

Calendar of events

October 4, 2021

Thursday, Sept. 30 Celebrate Recovery will be held at Fountain Fellowship Worship Center, 701 State ...

B-Jay Travel passengers just returned from a wonderful trip to North and South Dakota where they enjoyed seeing the huge Viking ship built in the late 1800's and the four presidents, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson and Teddy Roosevelt at Mt. Rushmore. Travelers continued touring South Dakota, along with other states, seeing the Crazy Horse monument, Deadwood (Wild Bill Hickok), Badlands National Park, Wall Drug, Corn Palace and several other places. Those attending were: Howard and Beverly Tanner, A.J. Jerge, Francis and Leroy Mitchell, Mark and April Dailey, Carol Anderson, Mary Hubble-Tibbs, Jim and Mary Helen Mullinnax, Greg and Vickie Bennett, Glenda Moan, Susie Fisher, Gloria and Terry Kiser, Tom Perrott, Deona Dugger, Don and Tina Neeley, Ben and Linda Berry, Mona Wait, Colleen Mason and Director Carolyn McDonald. The next trip for B-Jay Travel is Pennsylvania where travelers will see the "Queen Esther," Duquesne Incline and the Flight 93 Memorial. Those interested in information on trips can call McDonald at 928-3282.

Travelers return home from trip out west

September 27, 2021

B-Jay Travel passengers just returned from a wonderful trip to North and South Dakota where they enjoyed seeing the huge Viking ship built in the late 1800's and the four presidents, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson and Teddy Roosevelt at Mt. Rushmore.

Time to apply for IECC scholarships

September 24, 2021

Illinois Eastern Community Colleges Chancellor Ryan Gower is urging prospective students to apply be...

WVGS offers aid finding acestors

September 24, 2021

Why haven’t you found your ancestors in the records?Documents are often hidden from view, with infor...

IECC hires music instructor, others

By Randy Harrison
| September 22, 2021

Lincoln Trail College’s new music instructor is officially a college employee following action by th...

FFA tractor drive to aid OHS grad

September 21, 2021

Oblong High School FFA is sponsoring an antique tractor drive to raise money to help a former member...

A performer lays down a trail of smoke as he flies above the 2018 airshow. Daily News photo

Airshow flies again Sept. 25-26

By Tom Osborne and Randy Harrison
| September 23, 2021

Wings by the Wabash fly again Sept. 25 and 26.After being grounded by the pandemic last year, the ai...

Marshall man faces more charges in porn case

September 16, 2021

Additional charges have been filed against a Marshall man previously charged with possessing child p...

LTC medical assistant program ranks high

September 15, 2021

The website Medical Assistant Advice ranked Lincoln Trail College’s Medical Assistant program among ...


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