White County Soil and Water Conservation District’s Landowner Appreciation lunch and Director Election will be held at the fairgrounds today, February 25. Eligible attendees may vote between the hours of 7:00 am and 5:30 pm. McPeak Fish Market will provide free carryout fish dinners between... Read More.
The White County Soil and Water Conservation District staff and Directors have decided that due to the forecast of extreme weather and snow accumulation possible on February 18 and prior, the Landowner Appreciation lunch and Director Election will be postponed until the following Thursday,... Read More.
2021 would have been the year for White County Soil and Water Conservation District’s 75th Annual Meeting. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, a General Election of Directors and Landowner Appreciation lunch will replace the SWCD Annual Meeting. A General Election of Directors will be... Read More.
The April 6th consolidated election won’t feature a race in Carmi for mayor. Rumors have flown for months about potential challengers for Mayor Jeff Pollard, but as of this morning, he’s the only candidate to file a petition. A similar case with regards to... Read More.
WHITE COUNTY Huge turnout in White County November 3rd, 10,010 registered voters here, nearly 7,500 ballots cast (7,467) or 74.6%. With all 19 precincts reporting, 5,734 or 80.85% of voters say no to what’s been tabbed as the “fair tax.” 1,358 White Countians did vote for... Read More.
Reminder- There will be No School for Carmi-White County Unit #5 Schools on Tuesday, November 3rd for Election Day.
Rides Mass Transit District will be providing transportation to the polls at no cost, to all residents of the RMTD service area for the general election taking place Tuesday, November 3. Residents will be able to ride to the polls on regular existing routes throughout... Read More.
On April 6, 2021 as part of the Consolidated Election, voters will be encouraged to participate in the City of Carmi election. The people will elect a Mayor and City Clerk as well as four of the eight aldermen for the City Council. The present... Read More.
White County Clerk Beth Sell reminds residents that all precincts will be open on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd. You DO NOT have to vote by mail. The County Clerk’s Office has received numerous phone calls because of a confusing letter that was sent... Read More.
Springfield, IL…After several hours of debate, State Rep. Darren Bailey (R-Xenia) voted to oppose Senate Bill 1863 that mandates an expanded vote by mail program and unsecure curbside voting as well as would expand using more 16- and 17-year olds as election judges and... Read More.