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WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue has announced details of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, which will provide up to $16 billion in direct payments to deliver relief to America’s farmers and ranchers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic more
SPRINGFIELD – More than half a million Illinois workers have filed first-time unemployment claims in the four weeks since the COVID-19 outbreak first hit the labor market. more
Senior Citizens MONDAY Lunch: Lasagna, cottage cheese, salad, fruit, bread. TUESDAY Lunch: Taco salad, Spanish rice, refried beans, fruit, chips. WEDNESDAY Lunch: Pork chop, … more
Lawrence County Memorial Hospital has awarded one of its first annual scholarships to Lawrenceville High School graduate Sloane Kelly. more
SPRINGFIELD –Gov.JB Pritzker said on Wednesday, April 8, that COVID-19 testing capabilities just reached the 6,000-daily threshold in Illinois, which is still short of the 10,000 target set by health officials. more
The following are a list of stock prices as of 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 19. • Local crude oil price: $24.82 • Ameren: $71.18 • BP/Amoco: $23.15 • Dollar General: $183.90 • … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Illinois Secretary of State’s office will reopen all of its branch offices with expanded hours beginning next week. The first two months, the focus will be on serving new drivers and customers with expired driver’s licenses or identification cards and vehicle transactions. more
Lawrence County Memorial Hospital has awarded one of its first annual scholarships to Red Hill High School graduate Hannah Orr. more
CARBONDALE — Three finalists for chancellor of Southern Illinois University Carbondale will participate in two-day virtual interviews starting April 16. Due to COVID-19, the entire interview process will be conducted remotely, according to SIU System President Dan Mahony. more
BRIDGEPORT — The Bridgeport City Council met in regular session on Tuesday inside City Hall where the council learned that the city would be receiving $65,000 for the closure of the railroad … more
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