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COVID-19 has become a source of daily conversation. Caregivers may be wondering how to support a child’s developmental needs and understanding of the coronavirus. Jennifer Rodemeyer, manager … more
As experts encourage thorough handwashing and hygiene practices to protect all from the coronavirus, those able to take shelter at home during the outbreak may be wondering what to do to keep homes … more
The pandemic is not stopping spring from coming and a great activity to consider during this era of shelter in place is gardening. The Illinois Extension is offering four webinars to provide … more
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - Western National Insurance Group has named Dimond Bros. Insurance as the Central Region Commercial Lines Agency of the Year and one of its Circle of Excellence Agencies for … more
FLORA — North American Lighting (NAL) Equipment Plant has responded to the shortage of personal protection equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers by fabricating face shields and donating them … more
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing enough stress as people worry about their health, income and future, and now con artists are adding to the problem with scams using the pandemic as a … more
CHRISMAN — Northern Edgar County residents voting in the March 17 primary gave overwhelming support to create a special taxing district and provide financial support to keep an ambulance … more
The Edgar County Health Department is a place where people can obtain accurate and up-to-date information about the COVID-19 pandemic. Monica Dunn, public information officer for the health … more
The public can still attend Paris City Council meetings, although in a unique way. A special meeting Thursday, April 2, indicated the new normal, at least for a while. Council members and city … more
Farmers National Company, the nation’s leading farm and ranch management and brokerage company, has presented two employees in the Arcola office with the Farmers National Company Gold Eagle … more
The election for the EnerStar Board of Directors usually takes place during the electric cooperative’s annual meeting, but not this year. Concern about gathering a large group of people … more
Local seamstresses are providing Edgar County with much-needed masks to help extend the life of medical N95 surgical/medical masks during the COVID-19 pandemic — and the help couldn’t … more
If people are out of disinfecting cleaner or cannot find it at the store, they can make it at home. Use this bleach sanitizer to disinfect surfaces such as tables, counters, floors, doorknobs, … more
The Edgar County Courthouse will remain open for only limited emergency court-related activity during the governor's mandatory stay at home order. All non-emergency hearings currently scheduled … more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This will be the last story about activity in Edgar County Circuit court for a while. All regular court sessions are postponed until at least April 7 and only emergency hearings … more
Jonathan Burns, executive director of the Human Resources Center of Edgar and Clark Counties, has announced some operational changes for updated COVID-19 safety practices. Starting Wednesday, HRC … more
COVID-19 updates seem to come hourly and as this global pandemic continues to evolve, Horizon Health is continuously evaluating its operations to follow the guidelines of professional societies and … more
Paris Union School District 95 and Crestwood Unit 4 students may not be in school because of the COVID-19 virus, but both districts are working hard to make sure their students are safe, have food … more
Both the federal and Illinois governments have extended the deadline for filing income taxes to July 15 instead of the normal April 15 date. The idea is to provide some relief to people who are … more
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