The Wayne County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce their support for the Building For Our Future fundraising initiative of the Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation. They are supporting the campaign through a gift of $15,000. “The Wayne County Farm Bureau is continuing our commitment to... Read More.
The American Red Cross will host a Blood Drive this coming Wednesday. The drive is being held from 2 to 7pm at the Fellowship Hall within First Christian Church located on Bohleber Drive in Carmi. If saving lives isn’t reason enough to donate, Red... Read More.
The White County 4-H GIFT Garden was buzzing Tuesday morning with kids harvesting, pulling weeds, and learning about composting from U of I summer intern Annamae Dziallo. While at the garden, the kids had a visitor from Cox’s Hardware in Crossville. Kenny May, representing... Read More.
The White County 4-H GIFT Garden was buzzing Thursday morning with kids harvesting, planting, and pulling weeds. Summer classes began and will continue each Tuesday in June and continue through August 1 starting at 9am until... Read More.
he Perfect Graduation Gift: ‘Finding Yourself’ By Matt Lees, Chair of the Social Science Division and Government/Sociology Instructor at Southeastern Illinois College. As the weather has turned from cool, to warm, to cool, and to warm again (you get the idea), it... Read More.
Left to right. Keith Hoskins, Lisa Wolff, Josh Foster, Jennifer Carter-James, Chris Totten, Bobbie Jo Browning, Rosemary Aud The White County 4-H G.I.F.T. Garden was buzzing Wednesday evening with everyone pulling weeds and... Read More.
White County 4-H G.I.F.T. Garden’s first year of production was a success. Over 140 pounds of produce was picked and distributed to area businesses, senior centers, and food pantries this past summer and early fall. Four new raised beds were added to the existing... Read More.
The Allendale Rural Fire Protection District received a new Automated External Defibrillator (AED) purchased with funds donated to the District by friends and family of Nadine Smith. “We are very appreciative of their generosity,” said Chief Gerald Brooks, “these life saving devices cost approximately $2,000.00.... Read More.