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The Thanksgiving holiday resulted in an abbreviated court call in Edgar County Circuit Court. Individuals appearing for the Nov. 19 criminal and traffic call included: Charges -Terry L. … more
A tunnel of lights added this year to the Holiday in the Park at Twin Lakes is proving a popular attraction. Holiday in the Park dominated conversation at the Tuesday, Nov. 27, Paris Park Board … more
For the second time in November, the Paris Police Department has investigated threats against Paris High School staff and students. Police arrested a 17-year-old male student Nov. 28 after a … more
HUME — School clubs and organizations will no longer need to sell fundraising items to pay for activities, uniforms and other needs, the Shiloh board of education learned during its meeting Monday, … more
CHRISMAN – The Christmas season officially arrives Wednesday, Dec. 5, when the community celebrates Christmas in Chrisman. Sponsored by the Chrisman Area Community Club with a motto of All … 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
Edgar County Board members can breathe a little easier when it comes to the status of the old courthouse elevator. Board member Andy Patrick discussed the matter during the Nov. 26 board study … more
CHRISMAN – Board members for the financially challenged Northern Edgar County Ambulance Service (NECAS) are still looking for ways to gain stability. Edgar County Board Chairman Jeff Voigt met … more
Edgar County’s budget for fiscal year 2019, starting Dec. 1, has little breathing room between revenue and expenses. The budget approved at the Wednesday, Nov. 28, board meeting shows revenue … more
The court has ordered a fitness evaluation for Vernon R. Buchanan, 42, Paris. Buchanan appeared in custody for the Nov. 15 criminal and traffic call in Edgar County Circuit Court. He is facing … more
MARSHALL – The Human Resources Center of Edgar and Clark Counties has a new home in Marshall known as the Forsythe Center. “What we are doing here is a real milestone,” said Ken Polky, … more
A trial for Justin Hefner is still on delay as treatment related to his mental state continues. During the Nov. 19 Edgar County Court Call, public defender William McGrath informed Judge David W. … 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 a difference between holding a job and having a career. “People need to have a plan for a career where they can start, grow, advance and make a stable situation for themselves,” said … more
A group of local landowners are determined to continue the fight to keep Ameren Illinois from building a high-tension transmission line across their various properties in southern Edgar … more
CHRISMAN – A decision about joining the City of Paris to install a water main along state Route 1 was tabled at the Monday, Nov. 19, Chrisman City Council meeting. It was reported during the … more
KANSAS – Auditor Kent Kull of Mose, Yockey, Brown and Kull delivered good news to the Kansas Board of Education Wednesday, Nov. 21. “It’s a good audit again this year,” said Kull. The … more
The smooth sounds of the Fabulous 40’s Band filled Eveland Gym Saturday, Nov. 10, when Horizon Health hosted its annual fundraising dinner. The fundraising dinner provided not only an evening of … more
Junior high school girls basketball is coming to a close and several teams are wrapping up on high notes. Crestwood finished the season this past week with both the seventh and eighth grade teams … more
A Paris man has plenty of time to contemplate the consequences of breaking the law. Michael E. Powell, 26, Paris, entered a negotiated guilty plea Nov. 8 in Edgar County Circuit Court to a Class 4 … more
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