Wednesday just before 11:30am, Carmi Police say they were contacted by White County Dispatch in reference to a vehicle colliding with an individual at Rock Bottom Liquor and Fuel on Main Street. Officers found 78 year old L. Pearl Douthitt had exited the convenience... Read More.
A Carmi woman’s first book hits bookshelves and will be available on Amazon this Friday. Founder and CEO of Mom Stuff, LLC, Cassie (Hughes) Pigg is getting real and details her personal struggle with severe postpartum anxiety after giving birth to her first child... Read More.
A Sunday night power outage that took down the entire city of Carmi is being blamed on a lightning strike. Authorities tell WROY/WRUL News that Ameren’s Norris City hub took a direct hit resulting in breaker B for Carmi being kicked out. To make... Read More.
A Carmi woman must be aggravated following a hit and run she reported to Police officials this week. Amy Short of 10th Street alleges she was stopped for a stop sign at the corner of 4th and Stewart when she was rear ended by... Read More.
NEW MIDDLETOWN, Ind. (AP) — The National Weather Service says crews have determined that four tornadoes were part of the severe storms that hit Indiana late last week. The agency says a tornado with winds of 105 mph (169 kph) touched down in southern Indiana's... Read More.
Three Carmi businesses were victims of vandalism on Tuesday night according to reports made to the Carmi Police Department. First Mid-Illinois Bank, Logo Graphics, and Rector Haley Printing all reported spray painted graffiti at their locations.
Pictured from left to right Zeppelyn Fiala, Jalyn Sharp, Jerzi Sharp, Brooklyn Campbell, Ethan Wyatt On February 17 NCOE Archery took part in the Illinois S3DA State Indoor Tournament.In Edwards County. We... Read More.
Kennedy Howell, 6, of Norris City gets pampered while her daddy, Ron Howell braids her hair with the help of SIC cosmetology student Whitney Shavez of Harrisburg. Just in time for Valentine’s day,... Read More.
Nearly a dozen Rend Lake College Health Information Technology (HIT) and Medical Coding (MEDC) students took part in the SILHIMA (Southern Illinois Health Information Management Association) Quarterly Education and Business meeting, hosted by RLC on campus last Friday. Among their responsibilities throughout the day,... Read More.