Hopeful future residents of Carmi are expected to be in attendance at Carmi’s September 15th Council Meeting. Joe and Mary Chapman are asking for a mobile home permit at 205-207 Fifth Street. At the September 5th meeting, nearby residents spoke out in opposition over... Read More.
In this episode of Open Line-On Demand- Heather talks with Cassie Parson and Emmerson Ritchie about the new Black out Bait and Tackle in Rend Lake as well as their location in Crossville. If you wanna fish, they have you covered! Tune in to... Read More.
(The Center Square) – As lawmakers convene this week in Springfield to finish spring session, legislative priorities continue to differ on both sides of the aisle.They are expected to pass hundreds of bills and pass a new budget that begins July 1.Gov. J.B. Pritzker... Read More.
Mayor Travis Thompson and commissioners are prepping for what appears to be a packed agenda for the Grayville City Council on Monday. Four items are on the executive session including property, personnel at the Police Department specifically, and pending litigation. Grayville, it appears, will... Read More.
The Carmi City Council is set to approve Ordinance 1572 on Tuesday. The ordinance will amend section 8 or Ordinances #20 and #918 which deal with livestock within the City of Carmi. Discussion about changes to the ordinance began last summer. We’ve got a... Read More.
A busy Monday coming up for the Grayville City Council as they’ll tackle several items from their old business list, at least 5 new business items and they’re also scheduled to deal with collective bargaining, property lease or purchasing agreements, and employment action within... Read More.
School officials in Unit 5 will gather for their monthly meeting Monday evening where Superintendent Brad Lee is expected to give a coronavirus update. The agenda indicates Lee says the district is in a low risk area, but are reviewing e-learning plans and other... Read More.
Law enforcement officials statewide are preparing to tackle marijuana enforcement once the substance becomes legal for recreational use by adults. Officials say the 600-page state law is complicated and there are many ways that people could violate it, sometimes without realizing it. Police are... Read More.