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A new EZ Care walk-in clinic, a service of Horizon Health, is now open in Marshall at Illinois Highway 1 and U.S. 40. EZ Care–Marshall is located in the former Wellum chiropractic building at … more
CHRISMAN – When Nathan Harmon speaks students can’t help but listen. The young man from Indiana did an assembly and all-day breakout sessions with Chrisman High School and junior high students … more
KANSAS- A local author is on a mission to help others to learn how to read the Bible for comprehension. Kansas resident Josiah Nichols recently released book, “Romans Roadblocks: Using … more
Final rehearsals are underway for Crestwood Junior High School’s musical Disney’s “My Son Pinocchio” to be presented 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 15-16, at the Paris Center of Fine … more
Every generation looks for a fountain of youth or magic pill to ward off aging and stay young and vital. Seniors don’t have to go on a complex quest to find the secret — it just takes a little … more
Captain Derek Funkhouser is continuing a tradition started by his grandfather Verlin Funkhouser and maintained by his father Rob Funkhouser. The younger man recently went through the formal … more
Art comes in many styles and that includes fashion and haute couture. Given that connection, a fashion show is in the works to benefit the Bicentennial Art Center and Museum. Scheduled for 6 p.m. … more
A new Paris Union School District 95 program is providing 18 teenagers a pathway to receive their high school diplomas — by computer. The program currently has students in middle school through … more
Crestwood Junior High students participated in a daylong social and emotional workshop Monday, Jan. 7, designed to create more empathy among students and staff. Crestwood Cares, similar to the … more
The 10th annual Cause for Paws wine tasting event and silent auction event will once again raise important funds for the Paul Warner Animal Rescue to help sick, injured and homeless dogs. The … more
It was a good year for Shop with a Cop. Detective Eric Brown said financial donations picked up strongly at the end, which Paris Police Department administrative assistant Melissa Garner said put … more
HUME – Great things happen when Amy Kincaid, a teacher at Shiloh Elementary School, turns her fourth grade students lose on a project. The students organized an Illinois bicentennial celebration … more
CHRISMAN – “It’s a Wonderful Life” is such an iconic Christmas fixture it seems an especially difficult challenge to tell the story any other way than how Frank Capra shot the film. Sarah … more
Whether it’s a providing a sandwich to farmers and semi-drivers during harvest, a family getting together for a birthday or a couple seeking a truly home cooked meal, the Redmon Pit Stop has … more
There is an old saying that when one door closes another opens, but often that requires someone seeing the opportunity. Joe and Stephanie Schmitt saw such an opportunity when their favored … more
Edgar County Sheriff Jeff Wood is serving another four years following the Tuesday, Nov. 6 election. Wood, a Democrat, polled 4,001 votes to Republican challenger Tom Dolan’s 2,125. These are … more
The Paris High School Beacon Brigade concluded a successful competition season this past weekend, taking second place in the Class AA competition and fourth overall out of 21 bands. The … more
The Paris Tiger football team ended a magnificent regular season schedule with a 58-16 win over the Flora Wolves Friday night, taking outright the Little Illini Conference Championship. The … more
Back in 1992 Paul and Sherry Staley of Elbridge Township faced the task of making a sow’s ear into a silk bag – or maybe a silk pumpkin as it turned out. “Basically, we went broke in the hog … more
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