January: A Month of Sad Exits
Posted on February 8, 2022
COLUMN DIARY, a check of big headlines, small wonders and other highlights: January 2022: 1. Only th...
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Harvest issues mount for Ukrainian farmers
Ukrainian farmers dealing with unimaginable challenges from the Russian invasion are facing even more difficulties as wheat harvest gains steam.
Illinois Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program returns
A federal-state conservation program has returned with incentives and rental payments to improve water quality and wildlife and aquatic habitat.
IFB President: 2022 priorities indicate changes ahead for agricultureFebruary 8, 2022
The icy winter temps in the Midwest mean a slow season for many. But for Illinois farmers like me, i...
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.