The Carmi City Council is back on their regular first and third Tuesday of each month schedule, but last night’s meeting still had to be held via teleconference. In an interview exclusive with WROY/WRUL News Tuesday afternoon, Mayor Jeff Pollard said while there were... Read More.
Representatives of BHMG Engineers spoke to the council for about an hour on options for backup electricity. Currently the city has old and degraded equipment to supply power in case of an outage and it can only be used in emergency situations. There's not... Read More.
White County Treasurer Pam Armstrong says it appears the time table will hold with regards to the late property taxes. She’s hoping the documents will make their way to her office around the end of this week or next week and that tax payers will... Read More.
Due to the weather and heavy rains that fell in the early afternoon, the White County Fair was forced to postpone the harness racing planned for last night. Instead, racers and the public are invited to the fairgrounds at 2pm today for a free... Read More.
Kim Gwaltney, Chairwoman of the Carmi Kiwanis Club’s Scholarship Committee introduced the club’s 2018 scholarship winner and local Key Club member Olivia Bohleber at the club meeting on Thursday, Aug. 8. Gwaltney says the scholarship is based on motivation, personal presence, scholastic involvement, scholastic... Read More.
The NCOE District School Board meeting was held Wednesday, May 16th. The minutes and the bills were approved as presented. The meeting was highlighted with personnel moves for the 2018-2019 school year. Those employed were Marsha Humphrey as a Jr. High reading teacher at NCO... Read More.
The Norris City Village Board met Monday night for their May meeting. The Board approved a revision of the liquor license ordinance by a vote of four to three with Mayor Roy Kissell casting the deciding vote. Board members Skaggs, Trousdale and Whipple voted “no”. Then... Read More.
The Carmi Rotary club had two short programs on Thursday, as the scheduled speaker was unable to attend the day’s meeting. Pastor Randy Douglass of the First United Methodist Church spoke briefly to the club about a series of movies called, “The Jesus Project.” Pastor... Read More.
The American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) is leading the effort to recognize and maximize a... Read More.
Spend the afternoon playing, learning, and exploring Rend Lake College’s campus with the whole family in the children’s area of Warrior Fest and Preview Day. The activities, hosted by the RLC Foundation Children’s Center (RLCFCC), will be held from 9... Read More.