TEUTOPOLIS…State Representative Adam Niemerg (R-Dieterich) says a bipartisan group of 44 legislators and school association leaders are correct to request expanded access to student sports events, but 25% of fans and audience is not enough. A was letter sent this week to Governor JB... Read More.
SPRINGFIELD – State Representative Dave Severin (R-Benton) is leading a bipartisan coalition of legislators in requesting... Read More.
Series to provide computers for to those in need; part of statewide call to action to address the digital divide for families in Illinois METRO EAST – The State of Illinois today joined PCs for People and officials from Cahokia, Belleville and East St.... Read More.
Free admission on Lincoln’s birthday SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum is offering free admission Feb. 12 in honor of Lincoln’s Birthday and to celebrate the museum reopening to the public. In addition, children will be admitted... Read More.
Andrea Snow, an artist and illustrator who graduated from Rend Lake College, is the featured subject for the first Cultural Arts Calendar of Events for the Spring 2021 semester. Snow will be leading a meet-and-greet discussion about art and other topics at noon on Friday,... Read More.
Masks are required on campus indoors and for those outside who cannot distance 12 feet apart or more. Now through Dec. 4, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. while SIC is open –The Ella Elizabeth Hise Museum of Regional Art will host the Fiber Arts Exhibit.... Read More.
The Carmi City Council met for about a half hour Tuesday evening approving another pay request for the recently completed Industrial Drive Project. This pay request, for $29,007.03 goes to Samron Midwest Contracting out of Murphysboro, IL. Jim Brown of Brown and Roberts Engineering was... Read More.
Due to COVID-19 prevention measures, several upcoming events have been cancelled for the next two weeks. Please be aware and spread the word: 1.) March 31 event in White County with speakers Jeff McPeek and Mark Sanders is CANCELLED until further notice. We will attempt to reschedule... Read More.
Mt. Carmel, Ill.— Beginning March 16, Wabash Valley College professors will transition all classes to an online format. The Illinois Community College Board is also requiring the closure of all adult-education programs through March 30. Faculty and staff will remain on campus to assist students... Read More.