April 27, 2017
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Postcards highlight historical society Monday meeting
LAWRENCEVILLE - Phone texting and the internet may have become the most popular instantaneous methods of communicating; but post cards and letters are still in demand.
Unit 10 board acknowledges departing members
BRIDGEPORT - The Red Hill Unit 10 School Board finished up business on Thursday before installing newly elected board members.
Sumner native receives OCC academic honor
OLNEY - Olney Central College student Torri Frye, of Sumner, has been named a 2017 Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Gold Scholar.
Southern Illinois Drug Task Force arrests two Lawrenceville men
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Southern Illinois Drug Task Force arrested two Lawrenceville men on methamphetamine charges early Thursday morning, according to a Lawrence County Jail report.
New FM radio station takes the air
LAWRENCEVILLE - A new FM radio station in Lawrence County made its debut Wednesday afternoon, making "Classic Country" available to area listeners.
IECC board member resigns
OLNEY - The Illinois Eastern Community Colleges Board of Trustees' meeting Tuesday ended on a surprising note when Michael Correll resigned unexpectedly.
Akers cites health, resigns from board
BRIDGEPORT - The Bridgeport City Council met on Tuesday at Bridgeport City Hall.
Three seeking job of mayor
BRIDGEPORT - Current mayor of Bridgeport Brad Purcell has decided to step away, but there is no shortage of qualified candidates who want to take over.
BRIDGEPORT - The Red Hill Unit 10 School Board ratified an agreement with teachers, cooks and custodians during its Thursday night meeting.
Car destroyed by fire
LAWRENCEVILLE - A vehicle was considered a total loss after it caught fire at 6:02 p.m. Thursday, according to the Lawrence-Allison Fire Protection District.
Welby is new public defender for southern Illinois
EAST ST. LOUIS - Southern Illinois has a new federal public defender.
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