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Individuals appearing before the bench for the Nov. 25 criminal and traffic call in Edgar County Circuit Court included: In Custody -Dustin C. Craig, 39, Paris, appeared in custody. His … more
“Together, we’ll ensure our children receive the quality education they deserve even while we provide more property tax relief for our homeowners and make our system more fair for … more
Crestwood School is getting a new entry system following action by the district’s school board meeting Wednesday, March 11. The board unanimously approved installing new doors from Bodine … more
A wet spring created complications for an Edgar County Airport improvement, and the project is still behind for another reason. Edgar County Board member Derrick Lorenzen briefed fellow board … more
As we get into the Christmas season it is a fitting time to honor those who make contributions but rarely get recognition. Topping the list this year are the Paris city workers who scrambled Nov. … more
Crestwood School is getting a new entry system following action by the district’s school board meeting Wednesday, March 11. The board unanimously approved installing new doors from Bodine … more
Local artists Millie Arp and Cheryl Redman have an alluring message for area children: come to Twin Lakes Park 2-4 p.m. Sept. 8 for a great time getting messy and creating art. While the free … more
Concerns over neighborhood petty thieving and illegal drug activity received a sympathetic hearing from Paris officials this week. At Monday’s City Council session, two citizens discussed … more
CHRISMAN – Old cars, big tractors, food, garage sales and more are on tap for the upcoming Chrisman Days Celebration. Activities start Sept. 6 and conclude Sept. 8, and the event marks the 147th … more
KANSAS – The results of the 5 Essentials Organizing Schools for Improvement Survey for the Kansas schools were distributed to Kansas Board of Education members at their regular meeting Wednesday, … more
Local cops and car enthusiasts will again join together to raise money for a local charity. The Third Annual Shop With A Cop car show is Saturday, Sept. 7, at Burger King. In conjunction with the … more
CHRISMAN – The one thing almost everybody in northern Edgar County seems to agree on is the need to keep a staffed ambulance in Chrisman. There is also consensus the best way to do that is by … more
DECATUR – The 2019 Farm Progress show wrapped up its annual proceedings Thursday, Aug. 29, with tens of thousands of individuals from across North America making the trip to Decatur to take part. … more
Native prairie acreage may soon be added to the Paris High School campus, if a proposal by the Edgar County Pheasants Forever chapter is accepted by the Paris Cooperative High School board of … more
Justin Hefner was back in court twice this week The 42-year-old Terre Haute, Ind., man appeared in custody and told Judge Steven L. Garst during an appearance Monday, Aug. 26, he is trying to … more
There was a 4-H meeting Wednesday, Oct. 16, at Crestwood School, but nobody was working on projects dealing with livestock, plants or other elements of the organization most associated with rural … more
The Edgar County Board responded to citizen concerns at the March 2 special meeting by passing a resolution during the regular March 11 meeting clarifying the intent for using the proposed Safety … more
Anyone who walked into the Tuesday, Oct. 15, meeting of the Paris Union School District 95 Board of Education meeting might have thought they were at a basketball game. Instead of cheering for an … more
Individuals appearing before the bench for the Edgar County Circuit Court criminal and traffic calls Aug. 19 and Aug. 22 included: In custody -Zachary C. Davidson, 25, Metcalf, appeared in … more
A Paris man will spend longer than five years in prison after he entered a negotiated guilty plea Oct. 10. Chad T. Labaume, 42, Paris, appeared in custody of the Illinois Department of … more
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