Lincoln Attendance Center will conduct online pre-registration for students who will be attending Kindergarten in the 2020 – 2021 school year. Children who are five years of age on or before September 1, 2020 are eligible to start school in August. The pre-registration portal... Read More.
The White County Board received an update from Angie Hampton Tuesday night. Hampton, the CEO at Egyptian Health Department, detailed the current “phase” of Restore Illinois and also provided information on a regional “Return to... Read More.
While many continue to air their frustrations, others are looking for answers in how to get their region of Illinois opened under the restrictions in place. To get to Phase 3 of the governor’s five-phase reopening plan, there are certain metrics a region must... Read More.
As of 4:00PM today, Wednesday, May 6, 2020, Egyptian Health Department has not been notified of any new cases of COVID-19 in our tri-county area of Saline, Gallatin and White Counties. There have been 5 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Saline County, 2 in Gallatin... Read More.
A Fairfield restauranteur has allegedly opened against Governor Pritzker’s orders and while the Hamilton/Wayne County Bi-County Health Department administrator acknowledges it’s happened, he says he in no way “cleared them to operate” as some have suggested. “First of all, I’m not giving anybody, or clearing... Read More.
The Carmi League of Arts is proud to announce the winners of their Virtual Art Show held in April. Many great submissions came in from our community and schools which made choosing the winners very difficult. To see all the artwork submitted, visit the... Read More.
Carmi White County Superintendent Brad Lee says school leaders are currently consulting with Egyptian Health Department, law enforcement and the school’s lawyers to figure out how to best recognize graduating students. In a release, Monday afternoon, Lee (along with High School Prinicpal Jarrod Newell)... Read More.
In a time of uncertainty, students can count on support of scholarships for college tuition during the 2020-2021 school year, courtesy of the IAA Foundation. As the charitable arm of the Illinois Farm Bureau, the IAA Foundation awarded $114,000 to 72 students pursuing degrees in... Read More.