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Hutsonville schools held a spring concert where they played a variety of music to the audience. Band director Caitlin Ochs lead the bands Tuesday evening. The fifth grade band played Baja Breeze and Banana Boat Song. The sixth grade band played The Sound of Fury and Apollo Fanfare. The Varsity band played music from Les Miserables and Phantom of the Opera.

Hutsonville bands close year with spring concert

May 19, 2022

Hutsonville schools held a spring concert where they played a variety of music to the audience.

Herlocher fund raiser planned

May 19, 2022

The Katherine Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star and the Palestine Masonic Lodge will host a p...

USDA seeks conservation information

May 19, 2022

USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service will mail the Conservation Practice Adoption Motivat...

Property transfers -- May 18, 2022

May 19, 2022

Stephen A. Zehr to Phillip W. and Christina Shelby in SEC 14-5-12 May 17. Bryce and Alandas Lyford t...

CMH passes state surveys

By Randy Harrison
| May 19, 2022

Crawford Memorial Hospital’s emergency department score high marks in a pair of recent surveys. Chie...

Early voting starts despite issues

May 19, 2022

Early voting in Crawford County is underway, despite problems at the state level.Voting started at 8...

Classrooms, learning options added by IECC

By Randy Harrison
| May 19, 2022

New classrooms designed to provide more real time in-person and on-line learning options are coming ...

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Lions scholarship winners named

May 19, 2022

The Robinson Lions Club announced Wednesday that Robinson High School seniors Alexis Davis and Luke ...

Spaghetti at Ark of Covenant Tuesday

May 18, 2022

The Ark of the Covenant is serving spaghetti Tuesday.The soup kitchen, 503 E. Hazel, Robinson, offer...

Senior Center menus — May 30-June 3

May 18, 2022

Monday,  May 30CLOSED for Memorial DayTuesday,  May 31Sausage gravy & biscuit, Hashbrown, Tomato jui...

Courthouse news — May 17, 2022

May 18, 2022

FeloniesRoger W. Gau, 44, Mt. Carmel, $1,110 plus 24 months probation for possession of less than 5 ...

Robinson City Clerk Btrittney Walton administers the oath of office to Acting Mayor John Birkofer during a special city council meeting Tuesday. Randy Harrison | Daily News

Birkofer is acting Robinson mayor

By Randy Harrison
| May 18, 2022

Long-time Robinson Alderman John Birkofer is now the city’s acting mayor.Birkofer, 58, was elected a...

Unit 4 hires teachers

By Randy Harrison
| May 17, 2022

Personnel changes were a main order of business at the Oblong Unit 4 board meeting Monday.The board ...

Unit 2 considers band changes

By Randy Harrison
| May 17, 2022

The alure of recess is proving too much for some Lincoln Elementary School fifth-grade band members....

Elks offer children's clinic here

By Randy Harrison
| May 15, 2022

Robinson Elks Lodge 1188, in cooperation with the Illinois Elks Children’s Care Corporation, will sp...

More new COVID cases here

By Randy Harrison
| May 15, 2022

Crawford County coronavirus numbers are creeping back up as another 19 new cases were reported in th...

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