June 9, 2020
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Summer Guidelines Announced by State Board of Education

Schools across Illinois were given guidelines on summer school, however in person classes will not be allowed.  The Illinois State Board of Education and the Department of Public Health, announced these guidelines, allowing districts to have the final say on … Continue reading

June 4, 2020
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IHSA has no word on Summer Workouts for High Schools

The Illinois High School Association has given no word yet on summer workouts for high schools, due to Covid-19 concerns.  Under normal circumstances, prep teams would be having their summer workouts starting this week, however another delay was released on … Continue reading

September 12, 2019
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Washington County Board Approves Extended Contract with Okawville’s TIF District

The Washington County Board met this past Tuesday for a regular meeting.  At that meeting, the highway department was approved for 3 culvert replacements along Sunflower Road, in Johannisburg, for a cost of $2,370, $1,560 and $1,500.  Under the treasurer’s … Continue reading

September 12, 2019
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September 18th Hearing Set, For Labor Day Weekend Jet Ski Accident, Resulting in a Death

A man from Centralia is waiting on a September 18th preliminary hearing, in regard to 3 felony charges.  Those charges are in regard to the death of a former Mt. Vernon school teacher, who died while driving a jet-ski over … Continue reading

September 11, 2019
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DQ State Fair Increases on Grandstand Tickets, Plus More Revenue Than Last Year

The Du Quoin State Fair is being deemed as a major success by fair organizers, which ended back on September 1st.  The 2019 Grandstand sold nearly 15,800 tickets this year, which was 26-percent higher than the previous year by almost … Continue reading