There is nothing quite like Homecoming Friday at Carmi-White County High School. The annual homecoming parade and pep rally kicked off what would be a night full of celebration for the Bulldogs as they hosted the Fairfield Mules at Harrington-Jeffries Sports Complex.
The Carmi-White County Bulldogs defeated the Christopher-Zeigler Royalton Bearcats on Friday, September 16 at home by a final of 53-16. The Bulldogs got the ball first, and marched right down the field as Isaac King capped off a 5-play drive with a 12-yard touchdown run.... Read More.
The Carmi-White County Bulldogs welcomed in the Vienna-Goreville Eagles for their first home contest of the 2022 football season, and it was all Bulldogs from start to finish. After a 46-6 route of Hamiton County in week 1, the Bulldogs picked up where they left... Read More.
The CWC Lady Bulldogs Softball team moves to 3-1 on the year after an 11-0 win over rival Fairfield Thursday afternoon at Bradshaw Park. Roger Hobbs has details...
Coach Will Knight’s Carmi White County Jr High Bullpups baseball squad jumped on NCOE early and often scoring 3 in the bottom of the 1st and adding 4 more in the 2nd on their way to a 12 – 4 win Wednesday afternoon. Preston... Read More.
Covid Moves Wayne White Annual Meeting Outdoors The Wayne-White Annual Meeting will still be held this Friday, but due to concerns with rising cases of Covid in our area, it will now take place in an outdoor drive-thru setting at Wayne City High School. Members... Read More.
Carmi White County Track got some events in yesterday at the Hamilton County Invitational before the threat of severe weather ruined things. Coach Clinton Wolff provided us with some results. In the shot put, Gavin Peyton performed solid enough for a 4th place finish... Read More.
Friday afternoon, the Carmi White County baseball and softball teams took to the road making the short trek to Grayville. The Lady Bulldogs short gamed the Lady Bison by a 15-2 score. Junior Liberty Smith led the way tossing 3 innings and allowing the... Read More.
SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) today announced Region 5, southern Illinois (Alexander, Edwards, Franklin, Gallatin, Hamilton, Hardin, Jackson, Jefferson, Johnson, Marion, Massac, Perry, Pope, Pulaski, Saline, Union, Wabash, Wayne, White, Williamson), has met the metrics to move out of Tier 2... Read More.
SPRINGFIELD –The number of nonfarm jobs decreased over-the-year in May in all fourteen Illinois metropolitan areas, with six metro areas at record low payrolls, according to preliminary data released today by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the Illinois Department of Employment Security... Read More.