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A 39-year-old Paris woman became the first graduate of the new Paris 95 Adult Education Program and told an emotional story of her quest to receive her high school diploma. Melissa Murphy … more
The Crestwood Unit 4 school district earned a 3.9 score and the recognition designation by the Illinois State Board of Education, the Crestwood school board members learned during the Wednesday, Feb. … more
safety tax  can also be applied to pay bonds sold to either build new or repair. Staffing applies to more than hiring corrections officers. “Our goal is to get the operation of the … more
An Indiana man was jailed after being accused of stealing an automobile from a local car dealership. Dewayne A. Mathas, 33, Montezuma, Ind., appeared in custody of the Edgar County Sheriff’s … more
DANA, Ind. – Valentine’s Day is extra sweet for Brooke Schmidt and Dana Vicars, owners of Brooke’s Candy Co. and Brooke’s Naturals in Dana, Ind. Their plans for after the … more
The Edgar County Health Department is observing American Heart Month and Children’s National Dental Health Month with a free Winter Health Carnival 5-7 p.m. Feb. 24 at the health department, … more
The PHS Advanced Placement Chemistry Class received a donation of 10 collection boxes for plastic water and soft drink bottles for recycling. With the assistance of the high school maintenance … more
The annual Town & Country Amateur Art Exhibition/Black Hawk Park Exhibition is coming to the Link Gallery in Paris Feb. 14-March 13. Both exhibitions feature an adult division for those 18 and … more
HUME – The Shiloh Post Prom Moms are hosting a daddy-daughter dance 2-4 p.m. Feb. 15 at the school. Using a theme of Hollywood Nights, the dance features a red carpet for the VIP couples to … more
Individuals appearing before the bench for the Jan. 23 felony and traffic court call in Edgar County Circuit Court included:   In custody -Roger D. Baugh Jr., 36, Paris, appeared in … more
PESOTUM – A late afternoon accident Thursday, Jan. 30, in Edgar County resulted in two Marshall people being seriously injured. Illinois State Police at Pesotum report Shauna N. Campbell, … more
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Paris native David C. Hamilton, has joined Wilkinson, Goeller, Modesitt, Wilkinson & Drummy, LLP, as an associate attorney Jan. 1. He formerly worked for Frisse & … more
Two Paris High School students are among the hundreds of talented musicians from throughout the state selected to perform this weekend at the annual Illinois Music Educators Association conference in … more
CHRISMAN – The Northern Edgar County Ambulance (NECAS) service is facing a new challenge. Illinois has changed how emergency medical response services are rated in order to comply with new … more
Support for two manufacturing centers in the west industrial area was completed at this week’s meeting of the Paris City Council. PlyGem Holdings, parent company of Simonton Windows, will … more
Employees at the Edgar County Courthouse suffered cold offices for a time after the building’s boiler failed. County board member Andy Patrick discussed the situation during the … more
HUME – Shiloh Community Unit School District #1 has released the second quarter elementary school honor roll. Third grade: high honors, Callie Duzan, Peyton Duzan, Cheyenne Nichols, Gavin … more
Paris resident Don McGee was recently honored with another accolade honoring his long association with Illinois basketball. He was recently inducted into the Wheaton-Warrenville High School Sports … more
Illegal hunting cost a northern Illinois resident more than $600 in fines and costs. Robert E. Trotter, 44, Belleville, entered a negotiated guilty plea Jan. 16 to a Class B misdemeanor unlawful … more
Edgar County Coroner Scott Barrett has ruled hypothermia due to cold weather exposure caused the death of Neva A. Martin, 45, of Paris, Barrett said Martin was discovered dead outside a rural … more
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