Two long-time business owners have announced their retirement after over four decades in the funeral home business, with over two decades of ownership. Bill and Lynn Stendeback have stepped down as owners of Stendeback Family Funeral Home, with locations in Carmi, Enfield and Mt. Vernon, Ind. Bill and... Read More.
Fairfield Memorial Hospital’s Skilled Care Unit has been named among the “America’s Best Nursing Homes” to the 2020-2021 US News and World Report Best Nursing Homes list with an overall 5 star rating, according to a Facebook post on the hospital’s Facebook page. Mariah... Read More.
Bill and Lynn Stendeback of Stendeback Family Funeral Homes would like to invite your family to join them in a “gift of memory” tradition. This tradition is a unique way for White and Posey County families to remember their loved ones on a special... Read More.
Bill and Lynn Stendeback of Stendeback Family Funeral Homes would like to invite your family to join them in a “gift of memory” tradition. This tradition is a unique way for White and Posey County families to remember their loved ones on... Read More.
Temperatures are dropping across the Tri-State which means many people will be heating up their homes. However, that could create a big problem. According to the U.S Fire Administration, nearly 45,000 houses caught fire between 2013 and 2015 after people tried heating their homes. That resulted in... Read More.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Rend Lake continues the “Small World” series with the program, “Wildlife Winter Homes.” Join Park Rangers as we learn about where our favorite creatures spend the cold winter months. The day will include hands-on activities, like building... Read More.
The Grayville City Council met Monday for the second time in July, and tackled a variety of topics. Following the Treasurer’s report and an eight minute executive session, the Council instructed City Attorney Jay Walden to draft a letter to Carrier Electronics in regards to... Read More.
Illinois Department of Children and Family Services Director George H. Sheldon today announced that the department found a forever home for 1,742 children in care, surpassing the goal of 1,000, as a part of the Home for the Holidays campaign. Breakdown 848 children found permanency with... Read More.
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) today announced the following type “AA” and “A” violations of the Nursing Home Care Act recorded during the third quarter of 2016. An “AA” violation is cited when there is a condition or occurrence at the facility... Read More.
Please join us on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, at the IBEW Hall in West Frankfort at 10:00 AM for a check presentation to the United Methodist Children’s Home from Ed Smith, CEO of ULLICO, for $25,000. This grant will be used for providing materials... Read More.