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Local Sports Recap – November 28, 2022

Over the weekend the Carmi-White County girls basketball team wrapped up the 36th annual Harrisburg Preview Tournament in which the Lady Dogs went 2-2. Carmi fell to Harrisburg on Friday 58-39, but they came back on Saturday to defeat Anna-Jonesboro 45-33. Ashlyn... Read More.

Mother-Daughter Team Land Grant for Budding Business

Beth Conner began her career in business before spending the last 26 years in education.  She’ll combine both of those and also incorporate family into her next venture as she and daughter Alexis Schmittler launch Little Sprouts in January.  The business, currently operating as... Read More.

Local Sports Recap – November 23, 2022

The CWC Boys Basketball team begins their season with a win against Gallatin County. The CWC Girls Basketball will take on West Frankfort tonight at the Harrisburg Preview Tournament. https://soundcloud.com/cole-carter-302066128/wroywrul-local-sports-recap-nov-23?si=80da002196fa4662ac387a12ee6809f4&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing

Conner Returns, Wolff Gets Win #100 in Season Opener

The Carmi-White County Bulldogs opened the 2022 season with a 56-38 win over the Gallatin County Hawks at McDougal-Evers Gymnasium on Tuesday night. It was a special night for the Bulldogs for many different reasons. Fans returned to CWCHS for the first "normal" home opener... Read More.

Ferrell Hospital To Restrict Visitors Due To Widespread Influenza

Effective immediately, hospital visitors are restricted at Ferrell Hospital until further notice due to widespread influenza. Further details about these updated guidelines are as follows: · No visitors with influenza like symptoms (fever, cough, sore throat). · Individuals experiencing respiratory symptoms such as cough, sore throat, or... Read More.

White County Cover Crop Initiative Deadline Extended

The White County Soil and Water District continues to partner with American Farmland Trust and other conservation agencies to assist farmers with a new program opportunity, Illinois Cover Crop Initiative (ICCI). Important Facts: Incentive payments ($10/acre) are available for cover crops planted by December 1, 2022. Signup deadline has... Read More.