The White County Board took action Tuesday night to purchase not one, but two ambulances despite outgoing chairman Donnie Puckett’s initial hesitation to make such a large purchase without more information and consideration. In addition, it’s unclear, even doubtful that the county has budgeted... Read More.
FMH Auxiliary PURCHASES NEW CHAIRS FOR EDUCATION CLASSROOM Fairfield Memorial Hospital recently renovated its 2nd Floor Computer Lab to be used for staff continuing education. As part of this renovation, the Fairfield Memorial Hospital Auxiliary offered to purchase new desk chairs to help provide comfortable... Read More.
Cisne High School Purchases Heart Monitors Fairfield Memorial Hospital recently helped Cisne High School and CHS Pride purchase heart rate monitors and IPads for their students to help improve the health of its students. “We at Cisne High School are extremely excited to have received this... Read More.
The City of Grayville convened for their second monthly meeting Monday night at City Hall. Commissioner Josh Downs was the only official absent. Following a 15 minute executive session, the board approved giving City Attorney Jay Walden permission to address delinquent revolving loan accounts. Commissioner... Read More.
Gov. Bruce Rauner today signed two bills into law that could help prevent people who are a threat to themselves or others from possessing or purchasing guns. The bills, which have bipartisan and bicameral support, are part of the comprehensive public safety plan... Read More.
The Grayville City Council met Monday night for the first time in November. The Council agreed to accept the property owned by Becky Imboden at 142 N Fifth Street and demolish the building. An agreement on what to do with excess property in the... Read More.
The Grayville City Council met Monday night for their first meeting of June. Following approval of the consent agenda and treasurer's report, the Council approved the purchase of eleven new fire hydrants at a cost of $14,234 to replace hydrants that are not functional. The... Read More.
The Enfield Village Board met for their April meeting on Tuesday night and agreed to purchase a new Case I.H. backhoe from Diamond Equipment of Mt. Vernon for $80,390, to be delivered in a couple of months. It will be paid for with a $25,000... Read More.