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"South Pacific" sets sail for LTC stage

By Randy Harrison
| January 28, 2023

Lincoln Trail College’s theater department is planning a few enchanted evenings with its spring prod...

Unit 4 board OKs student trips

By Randy Harrison
| January 20, 2023

Several groups of Oblong students will be hitting the road this year with the blessings of the Unit ...

Boyce named new Lincoln Trail dean

By Randy Harrison
| January 18, 2023

A new Lincoln Trail College dean and a new Illinois Eastern Community Colleges trustee were announce...

Club interested in Washington School land

By Randy Harrison
| January 18, 2023

A group seeking to establish a local Boys and Girls Club of America chapter would like to settle in ...

LTC announces honor students

January 17, 2023

Lincoln Trail College has released its academic honor lists for the Fall 2022 Semester.Three lists h...

Incumbents seek to stay on IECC board

By Randy Harrison
| January 11, 2023

A pair of ois Eastern Community College District trustees are running unopposed to gain six more yea...

New laws affect education

By Randy Harrison
| January 10, 2023

Illinois’ criminal justice system isn’t the only thing that will be affected by new laws this year.A...

Pie in the eye

January 6, 2023

Pie in the eyeJunior High teacher Chris Macke, physical education teacher Shonda Wade and principal ...

Paying it forward

January 6, 2023

The Palestine Grade School Student Council donated $200 from their Santa Workshop Event last month t...

Dix joins Unit 4 board

By Randy Harrison
| January 5, 2023

Oblong Unit 4 has a new school board member.The board officially welcomed Erin Dix during a special ...

Members of the RHS Marching Maroons rejoice during the Liberty Bowl in a photo from the band's Facebook page.

Maroons triumphant at Liberty Bowl

By Randy Harrison
| January 4, 2023

The Marching Maroons have returned from the Liberty Bowl with a collection of awards.The Robinson Hi...

Gateno

Free guitar concert Feb. 16

January 4, 2023

Guitarist Ben Gateno will perform a free concert at Lincoln Trail College at 7 p.m. Feb. 16.A native...

LTC Trivia Night returns Feb. 1

January 4, 2023

Lincoln Trail College will host its annual Trivia Night at 6 p.m. Feb. 1 at the Statesmen Grill.The ...

Unit 4 OKs $2.45 million levy

By Randy Harrison
| December 20, 2022

The Oblong Unit 4 school board approved a total tax levy of almost $2.45 million during its meeting ...

Unit 2 passes tax levy

By Randy Harrison
| December 21, 2022

The Robinson Unit 2 finished out the calendar year by dealing with financial and personnel matters M...

Work continues on the future county rec center at LTC.

Rec center work progressing

December 19, 2022

The foundation for the Crawford County Recreation Center is nearing completion.Since work started in...

Hershey plant manager Robbie Nethery presents the grant to Barbara Shimer of the United Way. Contributed photo

Heshey gives $10K to fund dual credit courses

December 15, 2022

The United Way of Crawford County recently received a sweet treat in the form of a $10,000 grant fro...

Palestine CUSD 3 Superintendent Jessica Sisil awarded third grade student Naomi Holscher with the Outstanding Character award during the monthly board meeting Tuesday evening. Students are chosen each month for the award based on their character they present at school.

Unit 3 board hears of upcoming events

By Angela Ridgway
| December 15, 2022

Upcoming events at Palestine schools were announced at the Unit 3 Board of Education’s regular month...

Waldrop resigns as IECC trustee

By Randy Harrison
| December 14, 2022

An area man is stepping down from the Illinois Eastern Community College District Board.IECC trustee...

Blowing their own horns

December 14, 2022

Members of the Nuttall Middle School eighth grade jazz band perform a swinging medley of some season...


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