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School Board Hires New Employees

School Board Hires New Employees   Following the regular session of the Carmi School Board Monday night, the board hired new employees to fill several positions.   Cameron Mitchell was employed as a Special Education Individual Aid at Brownsville Attendance Center for this school year to fill the vacancy... Read More.

Unit Five School Board Hires and Assignments

School Board Hires and Assignments   The Carmi White County Unit Five School Board not only had a busy meeting Monday night, but an executive session was also busy with a number of hires and assignments made following the closed door session. The board hired Kim Hindman... Read More.

GWRPC Hires Director and Coordinator

GWRPC Hires Director and Coordinator   Greater Wabash Regional Planning Commission announced a new executive director and a new community development coordinator have been hired. Rileigh Lear was hired as the new Executive Director. Lear has a diverse background in sales, event management and work in higher... Read More.

Carmi School Board Approves New Hires

Carmi White County School Board Approves Hires   The Carmi White County School Board approved several hires during a closed session Monday night. The board approved the employment of Becky Clayton as the Brownsville Attendance Center secretary for the 2018-2019 school year. Clayton fills a vacancy created... Read More.

GWRP Commission Hires New Grant Administrator

GWRP Commission Hires New Grant Administrator   The Greater Wabash Regional Planning Commission announced the hiring of a new grant administrator. Michael Gill is the new grant administrator. He is well-known around the area as a retired professional engineer from Mt. Carmel. Gill will assist Greater Wabash Regional... Read More.

Unit 5 School Board Makes New Hires

At Monday night's Carmi White County School Board meeting, they approved applying for a Three Circles Ag Grant. This grant helps recruit and retain high quality ag teachers by compensating them for working an additional 60 days or 400 hours outside the normal classroom... Read More.