Hamilton County Health Department has been notified of five additional positive cases of COVID-19 Wednesday. They include: A male in his 50’s A female in her 30’s A female in her 40’s A female in her 50’s A female in her 90’s To date: There have been 62 lab-confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Hamilton County. One person who... Read More.
A major renovation and update is planned to continue and received a major spike in support Tuesday night at the Carmi City Council meeting. Members of the new non profit “We Love White County” were present for the portion of the meeting planned for... Read More.
After a Fast Track grant effort failed and with another funding program pending, the Carmi City Council will make another effort to make some needed improvements to what’s come to be known as the Hillsdale... Read More.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (Sept. 16, 2020) — Rend Lake College student Elijah Gunter is one of 27 individuals or businesses to be recognized by Illinois’ Governor for his dedicated volunteer service. Gunter, a Scheller native, will receive... Read More.
WASHINGTON – Congressman John Shimkus (R, Illinois-15) is congratulating two local school districts for securing grants to improve school safety from the Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) School Violence Prevention Program. Johnson County’s Vienna High School District is receiving $375,000, and Wabash... Read More.
24 year old Katrina J. Madden turned herself in to the Carmi Police Department Tuesday afternoon on a White County Warrant for Theft. She bonded out to $250 cash plus a $20 booking fee and was released.
42 year old Joseph L. G. Allen of Carmi was arrested by Carmi Police on multiple charges following a traffic stop Tuesday afternoon. Carmi Police spotted Allen driving a blue Toyota and attempted to stop... Read More.
The Enfield Village Board met in its regular monthly session last night. A group of about a dozen truckers and farmers attended the meeting to make a complaint about the difficulty for them to travel the roads, especially Carl Cushman’s road and Brock Street and... Read More.
LOUISVILLE…State Rep. Darren Bailey (R-Xenia) is working with the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) to remind Illinois residents they need to complete the 2020 Census by Wednesday, September 30th to be counted. The Census is just nine questions and should take less than... Read More.