In coordination with the State of Illinois, Fairfield Memorial Hospital and Horizon Healthcare will be hosting special Pfizer COVID vaccinations to patients from the ages of 12 to 17, as well as, any adult that lives in the State of Illinois. The COVID vaccinations will... Read More.
The Carmi Mayor and City Council are preparing for their first June meeting coming up next Tuesday in council chambers. Eight items highlight the agenda including preparations for a Farm to Table event to be held the Thursday prior to the kick-off of Corn... Read More.
Leaders with the Carmi Lions Club are encouraging the community to cooperatively come together for city wide rummage sales on June 5th. Lions Club representative Donnie Ridenour says the club is sponsoring the sale and will also hold a farmer’s market on the first... Read More.
The Carmi Rifle Club will host a Brownells/NRA Day on Saturday, June 5th. Valinda Rowe is the event director and says she’s proud to continue southern Illinois’ rich heritage of firearm ownership and sport shooting. It’s open to men, women and youth ages 9... Read More.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Boaters are heading out on the water on pleasant spring days, and Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Conservation Police are reminding boat owners and operators to check their watercraft and their safety checklist to avoid encountering problems on Illinois lakes... Read More.
September 21st of last year, the White County Chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace announced they would be officially be launching while chapter founders Theresa and Kyle Fenton were in Idaho learning how to go about doing just that. With nearly a year under... Read More.
ALBION, IL — The GWRPC Board of Directors elected officers for 2020 at the board meeting on Thursday, March 26th. All four current officers were reappointed for an additional one-year term. Joe Judge, of Wabash County, will continue as Commission Chairman; Rob Anniss, of... Read More.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Monday his office planned to appeal a ruling in a legal fight over the governor's authority to extend the state's stay-at-home order. State Rep. Darren Bailey, R-Xenia, filed a lawsuit challenging the order in Clay County Circuit Court. Bailey said the... Read More.
White County Treasurer Pam Armstrong says Property Tax Bills are going out late and her office is taking steps to lessen the burden on taxpayers. Armstrong says due to Supervisor of Assessments Terry Abell’s illness, the Assessor’s office just last week sent property tax... Read More.
A Title X Family Planning grant administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Population Affairs and awarded to Community Health & Emergency Services, Inc. (CHESI) has made it possible for men and women in southernmost Illinois to receive comprehensive... Read More.