Fairfield Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will be hosting a bake sale on Friday, February 7th from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in the FMH Medical Arts Complex Education Rooms. 100% of the proceeds from the sale will benefit special hospital projects.
The NCOE Schools are conducting Child Find/Preschool Screenings for Birth to 5 year old children not yet enrolled in public schools and who will not be kindergarten eligible in the fall. The screening checks each child's progress in hearing, vision, speech, language, and coordination skills. This... Read More.
The McLeansboro City Council will hold their regular monthly meeting Wednesday night at 6:00 pm. The agenda includes discussion of the Hamilton-Wayne Counties Enterprise Zone, discussion and/or action on passing Ordinance 20-1057, an ordinance adopting the 2015 Edition of the National Fire Protection Association’s... Read More.
A 25 year old Carmi woman, Autumn Christine Vaughan, is free on $100 bond following her Tuesday afternoon arrest by Carmi Police. Fas-Mart reported to Police an employee stealing money from the cash register. Vaughn was arrested for Theft Under $500 and taken to... Read More.
The Carmi City Council only took up one real matter during its February 4th meeting, that being representatives from Brown and Roberts Consulting Engineers and Land Surveyors, headquartered in Harrisburg. The topic…sewage; or more accurately phosphorous. Back in August of 2019, the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency... Read More.
SALINE COUNTY, IL - The Equality Fire Department has recently benefitted from the generosity of the Equality-area community and local healthcare organizations, as more than $16,000 has been donated for new rescue equipment. The EFD serves as first responders for Garden of the Gods, and... Read More.
The Fairfield Travelogue continues its tour around the world on February 13, with “Tibet: A Light in the Darkness”, a film by Sean Cassidy. It will be hosted by Tom Sterling. The history of Tibet can be traced back about 4,000 years, during which the... Read More.
Expect a law enforcement presence if you’re dropping kids off or sending them to school at NCOE high school today. A social media post around 11pm last night from NCOE CUSD #3 went out to address concerns of a reported threat at the high... Read More.