The White County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a field fire recently. Roger Mobley of Ridgway filed the report out of caution in case more fires happened in the area. The field, in the Herald area, was found ablaze Thursday and Mobley says... Read More.
A social media post that went locally viral over the weekend has many in the community bent and wiggly about animal control. Local Erin Pennington lambasted city ACO (Animal Control Officer) Linda Aud after an interaction Saturday morning. In it, Pennington alleged Aud told... Read More.
The Carmi White County varsity football team took another loss dropping to 0-5 on the season Saturday afternoon. The Chester Yellowjackets came to town and topped the Bulldogs 39-16. The home team led after 1, 8-7 but 19 unanswered in the 2nd quarter by... Read More.
Mark your calendar…a week from today, the best and brightest from Carmi White County and NCOE high schools will be in top form as the White County CEO Trade Show is scheduled for Monday, April 26th at Rice Motors. Katelyn Deig will be showing... Read More.
A busy week of local government is ahead of us. It all gets underway this evening with a Grayville City Council public hearing tonight. The public hearing is in regards to the 2022 budget and will be followed by a special meeting to approve... Read More.
COVID cases continue to drop locally. Only 2 new cases in White County have been reported since Friday afternoon; those came yesterday in the form of a female in her 40’s and a male in his 40’s. That brings the total since the pandemic... Read More.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. In this episode of Open Line ON DEMAND, Jc visits with Guardian Center Executive Director Sheryl Woodham to talk about the non profit organization, stats, it's mission, challenges and the upcoming fundraiser, "Boots, Bulls, and Country Music". Listen... Read More.
The Eagle's Nest began in 2017 when it was prayed in to existence by faith filled believers that wanted a different type of education for their children. They were looking for the Christian homeschool feel with qualified teachers and more socialization among students. What became of... Read More.
The Hamilton County Health Department was notified Thursday of 5 additional positive cases of COVID-19. They include: 1 female in her 20’s 1 male in his 70’s 2 females in their 80’s 1 female in her 90’s To date: There have been 798 lab-confirmed positive... Read More.