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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
A theft conviction is resulting in at least a 30-day jail term for Dustin Allen Watson, 34, Brocton. Watson appeared Feb. 4 in Edgar County Circuit Court and pleaded guilty to a Class A … more
Students and representatives involved with the Edgar Clark Career and Exploration Academy (ECCEL) outlined their work and the opportunities the educational venture provides during the Monday, Feb. … 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
BROCTON – Mayor Dennis Cary delivered some good news to the Brocton Village Board during the Wednesday, Feb. 13, meeting. Cary confirmed the village was selected for a $500,000 grant from the … more
Crestwood eighth graders are expanding their technology knowledge thanks to the Think Pads each student is using, the Crestwood Unit 4 school board members learned during its February meeting … more
CHRISMAN – Following a poor performance by Chrisman Junior High School students on the Illinois Assessment of Readiness test the school district is working with the Illinois State Board of … more
The joint effort by Edgar County and Elbridge Township to build a new bridge over Sugar Creek has taken another hit. County engineer Aaron Lawson met with Edgar County Board members on this topic … more
Paris may once again seek the means to build a walking/biking path between Twin Lakes Park and Paris Cooperative High School. The city council has scheduled a public hearing on the proposed route, … more
CHICAGO – March Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will be issued early to Illinois customers, according to an announcement made Wednesday, Feb. 13, by the Illinois … more
SPRINGFIELD – Gov. J.B. Pritzker and other state officials joined American Legion officers from across the country Tuesday to lay wreaths at the tomb of Abraham Lincoln and pay homage to the 16th … more
SPRINGFIELD — Business owners and operators from across Illinois warned of layoffs, higher prices for consumers and the possibility of moving jobs out of state if legislation is enacted to … 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
The unresolved charges keep piling up for Travis W. Travioli, 48, West Terre Haute, Ind. Travioli appeared for the Jan. 31 criminal and traffic call in Edgar Count Circuit Court and was charged … more
North American Lighting (NAL), Edgar County’s largest employer likes what Bee Well of Edgar County is trying to accomplish. Employees Amanda Martin and Kayla Lindsay attended the coalition’s … more
A longtime Paris art booster’s family is providing the new name for the county’s art gallery. The announcement of the rebranding to The Link Art Gallery — formerly the Bicentennial Art … 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
CHRISMAN – The ongoing saga of Chrisman’s problems with its municipal water supply entered new ground earlier this week. Water sample test results received Tuesday, Feb. 5, showed a spike in … more
In what has become a yearly ritual, Horizon Health has temporarily imposed restrictions for hospital visits during the flu season. The restrictions do not apply to the clinic side of the building … more
CHRISMAN – A reluctant vote by the Chrisman City Council to provide group health insurance to city employees almost did not happen at the Monday, Feb. 4, city meeting. Mayor Dan Owen asked the … more
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