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LAWRENCEVILLE - Award-winning novelist Lee Martin brought his latest work to his home turf, and was met with an appreciative audience last week. The 64-year-old native of rural Sumner read … more
Local students earn academic honors at LTC ROBINSON — Lincoln Trail College has released its academic honor lists for the spring 2020 semester. Local students qualifying for chief executive … more
The following are a list of stock prices as of 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 25. • Local crude oil: $35,62 • Ameren: $79.91 • BP/Amoco: $21.58 • Dollar General: $199.10 • … more
INDIANAPOLIS — Aaron Radford-Jackson was simply driving along when he came upon a harrowing scene. A man was standing in the street gasping for air. Without giving it a second thought, Radford-Jackson jumped out of his truck and ran to the emergency. more
SPRIGFIELD — Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White announced that the expiration date for valid driver’s licenses held by Illinois drivers who are 75 years of age or older has been extended for a period of one year past the licenses’ current 2020 expiration date. As a result, drivers age 75 and older with a 2020 driver’s license expiration date do not need to visit a facility to renew their driver’s license until shortly before their birthday in 2021. more
INDIANAPOLIS — Vincennes University and Leadership in Flight Training (LIFT) Academy welcomed its first group of students in its professional pilot training partnership program last week. more
MARYVILLE – Congressman John Shimkus (R, Illinois-15) is now accepting applications from young men and women interested in attending one of the United States military academies. High school seniors, as well as qualifying college students, should apply now for 2021 admission. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrence County Health Department was notified on Saturday, Aug. 22 that two Lawrence County males have tested positive for COVID-19. The males are aged 21 and 30. more
PETROLIA — The Petrolia Water District has announced that some of its customers will be under a boil order starting Tuesday, Aug. 25. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Service is a hallmark of the Illinois 4-H program and the Illinois 4-H Foundation annually honors long-time volunteers and former staff members for their selfless dedication to 4-H and the University of Illinois Extension youth development program. In 2020, 86 individuals were inducted into the 4-H Hall of Fame including one local resident, Kerry Hill. more
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