The Illinois Department of Agriculture has designated a White County farm in Carmi owned by Dartt, LLC as a Sesquicentennial Farm. To qualify as a Sesquicentennial Farm, a straight or collateral line of descendants must own the agricultural property for at least 150 years. ... Read More.
Top honors go to Acting Secretary Osman, business and workforce diversity director CHICAGO – The Illinois Department of Transportation announced today its leadership team received top awards from the Women in Transportation Seminar Chicago, a group that promotes the development and advancement of women... Read More.
INA, Ill. (Sept. 18, 2020) — An online resource for the medial assistant community has ranked Rend Lake College’s Medical Assistant Program as one of the 15 best programs in Illinois. The website medicalassistantadvice.com, established in 2012 with the sole aim of providing accurate information... Read More.
FMH CEO Katherine Bunting-Williams, Recognized Katherine Bunting-Williams, Ph.D., Fairfield Memorial Hospital Chief Executive Officer, was recently recognized by Becker’s as one of the 60 Rural Hospital CEO’s to Know in 2019 for the 8th year in a row. CEO’s featured on this list have overcome... Read More.
Senior Wrestlers Recognized Carmi-White County's two senior wrestlers, Matthew Woods and Austin Wheeler, were honored prior to their final home matches Tuesday at McDougal-Evers Gym. And both picked up a victory. In fact, Woods had two. Terry Gholson's Bulldogs wrestled both Goreville and Fairfield on the night. ... Read More.
SIC’s PBL students recently competed in Baltimore at the PBL National Leadership Conference. Pictured (l-r) are: Bradley Hydrick of Carmi, Mattie McGowan of Eldorado, EmmaLee Pruitt of Norris City and Adam Partridge of... Read More.
The Southeastern Illinois College Foundation Board of Directors held its annual holiday meeting at Morello's Restaurant in Harrisburg on Nov. 16, where they accepted numerous gifts, heard updates, elected officers, and recognized an end of service to their long-time chairperson, David Port.
Hamilton Memorial Hospital District has recently been recognized as an Acute Stroke Ready Hospital by the Illinois Department of Public Health. A facility earns the certificate by establishing evidence based processes that ensure the finest care to patients experiencing an acute stroke. With the help... Read More.