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LANCASTER — Lancaster Christian School has announced that it will hold registration for the 2020-21 school year on Monday, July 20 and Tuesday, July 21 from 5-7 p.m. more
VINCENNES — Digging in the dirt while gardening can be therapy. People putting their hands in the soil or spending time in nature can provide opportunities to connect with others, boost relationship satisfaction, help manage stress, lessen emotional reactivity and many other healing powers that can transform lives. more
More than $200,000 has gone to help area residents further their educations at Lincoln Trail College courtesy of the LTC Foundation and various donors this year. more
MOUNT CARMEL — When retired Yellowstone historian Lee Whittlesey told his longtime friend Dr. Patricia Owens, a former Wabash Valley College professor, that he wanted to use her work in a book project he had been working on, she was surprised. more
VINCENNES — For the first time, Vincennes University is offering free testing services for students enrolled in Adult Basic Education programs statewide through December 31. more
Carson Florkowski, Robinson, was named to the spring University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s List.During this term, Florkowski was majoring in Biology.More than 2,610 … more
VINCENNES — The University of Indianapolis and Vincennes University announced today a transfer agreement establishing a seamless transition for qualifying students between Vincennes University’s Associate of Science in Education with Health Promotion and Health Education Concentration to the University of Indianapolis Bachelor of Science in Public Health Education and Promotion - Accelerated Bachelor’s Program. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Zane Parrott knew he was on to something special when he saw the letters “TAT HAMPS,” staring at him from beneath a pile of clutter. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Regional Office of Education #12 and Parkside Elementary School will hold preschool screenings on Tuesday, July 14, and Thursday, July 16. Both sessions will take place from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. at Parkside. more
ROBINSON — Lincoln Trail College Assistant Professor of History Cyndi Boyce has been elected as the Chair of the Community College Caucus of the Illinois Board of Higher Education’s Faculty Advisory Council. more
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