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Graduate students from Eastern Illinois University are helping ensure local athletes stay in the game this season. Horizon Health has provided funding for athletic trainers at area schools for the … more
  Melissa Thomas, certified family nurse practitioner, has joined physician Ron Oren and the cardiology team at Horizon Health. “With the addition of Melissa and Dr. Oren, our … more
Something new is happening in Edgar County. The old model of compartmentalizing mental health treatment as separate from medical treatment is falling by the wayside in favor of a more progressive … more
Construction began earlier this month to create additional rooms for the existing Hampton Inn at Paris.  The four-story expansion will add 13,500 square feet and 24 more guest rooms to the 72 … more
With just one match scheduled for the week, the Paris Tiger golf team hosted a quad-match with Marshall, Westville, and Salt Fork all participating. The Tigers dominated their guests and racked up … more
For the 10th consecutive year, EnerStar Electric Cooperative has been awarded the CoBank Sharing Success matching grant. The grant’s purpose is to help cooperatives support causes and … more
Members of the Paris Kiwanis Club are excited to bring the Honeybee Festival back to the Paris Square. Drew Griffin of the Kiwanis Club said after being off for a year because of the pandemic the … more
Members of the Paris Lions Club and the Knights of Columbus will soon be selling sweet treats to help in the fight against blindness and intellectual disabilities. Representatives of both … more
CHRISMAN — The Chrisman Community Unit School District #6 will operate on a budget anticipating $4.4 million in expenditures for Fiscal Year 2022. Interim superintendent Jim Acklin reviewed … more
KANSAS — About a half-dozen residents and parents attended the Kansas Board of Education meeting Wednesday, Aug. 18, to protest Gov. JB Pritzker’s mandate that students wear masks in … more
The Edgar County Board is conducting a special meeting 9:15 a.m., Monday, Aug. 23, at the Edgar County Highway Department. The purpose of the meeting is to accept a bid from Alco Overhead Doors to … more
The Edgar County Board is now accepting bids to  replace the Main Hangar doors at the Edgar County Airport. Bid specifications may be found at www.edgarcountyillinois.com or by … more
Exactly 705 days since their last concert of 2019, members of the Paris City Band kicked off their abbreviated 2021 season Sunday, June 20, at the Spicer Pavilion in Twin Lakes Park. The warm … more
Benjamon Brinkley, son of Shannon and Trisha Brinkley, graduated summa cum laude from the Honors College of Indiana State University with a bachelor's degree in criminology and criminal justice and a … more
A dramatic incident, fraught with danger occurred Monday, May 10, when a high-speed chase ended in a crash on Court Street in Paris. The incident started in Montezuma, Ind., when Robert. L. … more
The Link Art Gallery is carefully moving toward reopening now that it is out of the Horace Link building’s shadow. The Horace Link building, known locally as a former furniture store, was … more
Applications are available now at all the county high schools for the 2021 Edgar County Retired Teachers’ Scholarship. The $1,000 scholarship is for seniors entering college in the fall and … more
Ashley Welch Hudson knows the importance of one vote in winning the election — more precisely, 24 votes. The Paris High School graduate and former Miss Edgar County Fair is one of the newest … more
CHRISMAN — The issue of providing spouse/family health insurance for Chrisman city employees is proving a difficult challenge. Commissioner Cory Chaney has been looking at plans, talking to … more
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