The Carmi Christmas Elves and the City of Carmi would like to invite you to Carmi Christmas Cinema! A drive-in movie event FREE to the public! There will be a double feature, so stay for one or both of the movies! The movie screen... Read More.
(Indianapolis, IN)- On Saturday, October 24, 2020 the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is sponsoring the 19th nationwide “Prescription Drug Take Back” initiative. The “Take Back” initiative seeks to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft through proper disposal of prescription drugs. Collection sites will be set up... Read More.
Results are in from the Saline and White County Mobile Testing held over the weekend in Harrisburg and Carmi. Only 39 individuals volunteered for CoViD-19 testing at the White County Fairgrounds in Carmi Saturday. Of those, the Egyptian Health Department says 4 of those... Read More.
Walmart in Carmi will be launching their annual Children's miracle network campaign. With Covid-19 the hospitals are struggling this year due to increased cost. Also due to high unemployment they expect to cover more families. Walmart typically raises $6,000- $9,000 at store level during... Read More.
The 19th annual Southern Illinois Criminal Justice Summit (SICJS) was held in Mt. Vernon, Illinois, on February 27 and 28, 2019. Approximately 400 criminal justice executives from federal, state, county, and local departments attended the two-day summit. The goal of the SICJS is to provide quality training... Read More.
INA, Ill. (April 27, 2016) – Thirty-five students enrolled in Rend Lake College’s STARS (Student Transfer and Retention Support) program were honored during the 19th Annual Recognition Ceremony last night in the James “Hummer” Waugh Gymnasium. During the ceremony, members of the program... Read More.
It began nearly two decades ago as a way for the general public to get to know Chamber officers and directors and for those Chamber members to tell folks about the Chamber’s purpose and activities. Station Manager Jc Tinsley put the gas pedal down... Read More.
The problems caused to the college District by the State’s failure to adopt a budget were outlined by CEO Terry Bruce and CFO Roger Browning. The State provides over 40% of IECC’s operational budget and the State has made no payment to the... Read More.