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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
Rumors of a planned attack by two students at Paris High School are greatly exaggerated, Paris Police Chief Mike Henness said Thursday afternoon. The investigation is continuing and the two … more
One of the oldest continuing charities in Edgar County is determined to serve as long as there is a community need. For one century, the Paris Community Nurse and Welfare Association’s … more
Crestwood Unit School District 4 received a clean audit — and improved the district’s Illinois State Board of Education financial grade, the school board members learned during the November … more
BROCTON – The Village of Brocton had a quick meeting of less than 15 minutes Wednesday, Nov. 14. After completing routine matters, trustee Marshel Murphy reported a small crack has developed in … more
The Paris City Council zipped through a short agenda Monday, Nov. 13, including approving a resolution in support of a grant to upgrade a railroad crossing and a $10,000 grant for a downtown … 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
CHRISMAN – It wasn’t exactly like winning the lottery but Chrisman Elementary School came into an unexpected windfall Nov. 8. Dollar General Corporation gave the school $10,000 for library and … more
Rumors of a planned attack by two students at Paris High School are greatly exaggerated, Paris Police Chief Mike Henness said Thursday afternoon. The investigation is continuing and the two … more
Community help is needed to make the annual Shop with a Cop event a reality. “This year my goal is $45,000,” said Melissa Garner, administrative assistant with the Paris Police … more
An unusual sort of groundbreaking occurred Tuesday, Nov. 6. Staff at the Human Resources Center of Edgar and Clark County ceremoniously took a sledgehammer to a wall inside the facility that … more
KANSAS – The big chicken debate in Kansas found resolution through compromise at the village board meeting Wednesday, Nov. 7. At the September board meeting, the trustees voted to no longer … more
The end of Edgar County’s fiscal year is Nov. 30 so a top priority is finalizing a new budget and levy request. Both documents were approved for a public review period during the Wednesday, Nov. … more
CHRISMAN – The needle pointing to a solution for Chrisman’s water problems took a big swing to the south during the Nov. 5 city council meeting. Andy Keiser of Fehr-Grahm Engineering … 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
North American Lightning (NAL) and Indiana State University have established a strong working relationship including the company’s investment in the ISU career center. NAL is the first formal … more
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