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Twenty new cases here

By Randy Harrison
| September 24, 2021

Twenty new cases of the coronavirus were reported by the Crawford County Health Department Thursday,...

Hutsonville holding special meeting Friday

September 23, 2021

Hutsonville School Board will hold a special board meeting on Friday, Sept. 24.

Hutsonville board stands pat on mask mandate

By Angela Downing
| September 23, 2021

Masks and mandates remain a hot topic for the Hutsonville CUSD 1 Board of Education. The board is still dealing with Illinois Governor JB Pritzker’s mask mandate for everyone in the school building that was handed down on Aug. 4. 

Twenty-six new cases here

By Randy Harrison
| September 23, 2021

Twenty-six new cases of the coronavirus were reported by the Crawford County Health Department Wedne...

Riding in remembrance

September 22, 2021

Some of the participants in the annual Gold Star 500, a five-day endurance bicycling that crosses mo...

A reflective orange triangle bordered in red marks slow moving vehicles, such as combines and tractors. Drivers should slow down when driving behind large machinery and pass only when it is safe and legal to do so. Contributed photo

Illinois harvest quickly approaching; motorists advised to slow down 

By KATIE ZELECHOWSKI
| September 22, 2021

Most drivers know the feeling of running late for an important meeting or event and how tempting it can be to speed up to shave a bit of time off of the commute.

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...

Crowd shows support for coach

By Randy Harrison
| September 22, 2021

About 50 coaches, parents and current and former students turned out to support Robinson High School...

Nineteen new cases here

By Randy Harrison
| September 22, 2021

Another 19 coronavirus cases were reported by the Crawford County Health Department Sunday and Monda...

First United Methodist Church

Robinson's oldest church to celebrate 175 years

By Randy Harrison
| September 21, 2021

One of Crawford County’s oldest churches is celebrating its 175th anniversary.Robinson First United ...

CCDA offers grant program help

By Randy Harrison
| September 21, 2021

The Crawford County Development Association is ready to help small businesses get “Back 2 Business.”...

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...

Corn, bean harvest continues

By Randy Harrison
| September 21, 2021

With both corn and soybean harvest officially underway, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is seekin...

Crawford County 100 Women Who Care recently celebrated raising $100,000 in charitable donations locally with specially frosted cookies. Contributed photo

Park Speed Project selected by 100 Women

September 21, 2021

Crawford County 100 Women Who Care announced the winner of the third donation of 2021 the Robinson P...

Software, sidewalks approved by Unit 2

By Randy Harrison
| September 22, 2021

New software will allow Robinson Unit 2 and parents to keep better tabs on students while they’re ri...

Eighteen new cases here

By Randy Harrison
| September 22, 2021

Another 18 coronavirus cases were reported by the Crawford County Health Department Sunday and Monda...

Douglas, Manning sentenced to prison on drug charges

September 20, 2021

Crawford County State’s Attorney Cole P. Shaner announced two Robinson residents have been sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections on unrelated drug charges.

Eight new cases here

By Randy Harrison
| September 19, 2021

Another eight coronavirus cases were reported by the Crawford County Health Department Saturday. The...

Six new cases here

By Randy Harrison
| September 18, 2021

Another six coronavirus cases were reported by the Crawford County Health Department Friday. The lat...

OPH hoping to celebrate Homecoming in Palestine with a win

By Josh Brown
| September 17, 2021

Changing the mentality is one of the biggest hurdles facing Oblong-Palestine-Hutsonville’s football ...


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