TEUTOPOLIS…State Representative Adam Niemerg (R-Dieterich) is pleased to announce that his first piece of legislation in his first term in the General Assembly passed unanimously out of the Elementary & Secondary Education: Administration, Licensing & Charter Schools Committee. House Bill (HB) 217 would allow local... Read More.
The Carmi Police Department has received several reports of vehicle burglaries over the last few weeks involving vehicles that were left unlocked. These have occurred sporadically all over town. We are urging citizens to lock your vehicles and buildings and never leave anything of... Read More.
The White County Courthouse and all county buildings will be closed to the public effective immediately. COURT REMAINS OPEN FOR EMERGENCY PURPOSES ONLY, CONTACT THE CIRCUIT CLERK'S OFFICE. Call for County Clerk, Treasurer, Circuit Clerk, Supervisor of Assessments, States Attorney, Ambulance if you have a... Read More.
The Carmi-White County Unit #5 School District is at a crossroads and is asking for the public’s advice as it approaches an important decision concerning the best action to take to resolve the deteriorating condition of three Carmi public school buildings. Superintendent Brad Lee,... Read More.
The Southeastern Illinois College Board of Trustees met on Oct. 17 to discuss new buildings and improvements on campus, state budget concerns and personnel changes, among other matters. Construction on the Ella Elizabeth Hise Art Museum is on target for bids to... Read More.
On Tuesday, the White County Sheriff’s Department received two separate reports of damage to both the old grade school and high school buildings in Crossville. At 6:55 am, Bradley Cox, who owns the grade school building, reported that over the weekend, someone had entered the... Read More.
The NCOE School Board met on Wednesday night for their August meeting. The three building principals reported that buildings are ready for students next week. High School Principal Todd Haley told the Board that student registration was held this week. The High school and... Read More.