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FIsh pickup moved

April 20, 2021

The Crawford County Soil and Water Conservation District fish sale pickup location has been moved.Pi...

Soft-sided grow bags are great options for growing vegetables if gardeners don’t have space to grow in the ground. Ken Johnson | U of I Extension

Small-space containers big with new gardeners

April 14, 2021

When victory gardens returned last spring, long gone were acre plots with rows and rows of vegetables. Instead, a new generation of gardeners who were interested in home cooking and food access grew herbs and small-scale varieties in backyard strips, patios, or balconies.

Group promotes southern Illinois tourism

April 8, 2021

In an effort to drive more travel and tourism to its 22-county coverage area in southern Illinois, I...

Two blood drives planned here

April 8, 2021

Crawford County residents will have two opportunities to donate blood this month.The American Red Cr...

100 Women meet April 15

April 5, 2021

The next meeting of the Crawford County Women Who Care will be Thursday, April 15, in the City Park ...

This one has potential

March 27, 2021

A young reader checks out one of the used books available during a book sale at West Union Saturday....

Marshall plans triathlon festival

March 24, 2021

The Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce will host the Fit Foodie Tri Festival June 5.The event will fe...

Past Pages, 3-13-21

March 11, 2021

75 years ago — 1946 A swimming pool for Robinson was described as a project requiring comparatively ...

The architect's drawing of Nuttall Middle School, as first shown in the March 10, 1971, Daily News.

March 10, 2021

75 years ago — 1946 The Robinson City Council took the initial step toward an extensive street impro...

March 6, 2021

Monday, March 8 Chili Soup, Crackers, Cheese Cubes, Bread Pudding with Cinnamon Apples Tuesday, Marc...

Past Pages 03-06-21

March 6, 2021

75 years ago — 1946 The special “spiritual enrichment services” being conducted this week in the Fir...

Past Pages 03-03-21

March 3, 2021

75 years ago — 1946 Assistant U.S. Attorney Ray Foreman today charged two Lawrenceville men, both ci...

senior menus

February 27, 2021

Monday, March 1 Cowboy Beans with Hamburger, Crispy Potato Cubes, Cornbread, Tropical Fruit Tuesday,...

past pages

February 27, 2021

75 years ago — 1946 Crawford County Rural Youthers will hold their regular meeting Thursday evening ...

past pages

February 24, 2021

75 years ago — 1946 A. Hanby Jones, local attorney, has resigned his position with the Federal Burea...

past pages

February 20, 2021

75 years ago — 1946 Efforts to get a veterans emergency housing project for Robinson were initiated ...

senior menus

February 20, 2021

Monday, Feb. 22 Broccoli Cheese Soup, Bologna Salad Sandwich, Fruit Cocktail Tuesday, Feb. 23 Season...

LTC breaks ground on theater project Tuesday

By Randy Harrison
rharrison@robdailynews.com
| November 25, 2020

Groundbreaking for Lincoln Trail College’s long-awaited Theater Renaissance Project is planned for 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1.The ceremony will take place in the east entrance canopy of …

LTC hopes to help with theater renovations

November 24, 2020

As Lincoln Trail College’s Theater Renaissance project gets underway, a new committee is working to enhance the project.Perfect Pitch is working to add state-of-the-art sound isolation practice …

LTC adds customer service course

November 23, 2020

Lincoln Trail College will begin offering a new microcertificate that will help train people to better serve customers in January.The new Customer Service Management program is available online and …