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The air is getting chillier, pumpkins are perched on porches and kids across the country are planning their spooky costumes. We all know the excitement and anxiety that pandemic holidays bring to … more
Every city council or school board has issues large and small that impact the lives of the people it serves. Should residents be allowed to have chickens within city limits? What programs … more
Where were you when the world stopped? It’s a grim question, one with answers unique to every individual who has endured a year of living in the pandemic. For some, it was the early … more
Edgar County is fortunate to have people willing to drop everything and come running when others need help in an emergency. Thursday afternoon, Jan. 30, clearly illustrated what first responders … more
Paris Union School District 95 took another step to help adults earn their high school diplomas this past week. Paris Superintendent of Schools Jeremy Larson announced plans to offer adult … more
It has been an interesting week. Good news came at the end of last week when volunteers with the Salvation Army were doing a final count of kettle donations and found a gold coin wrapped in a … more
The next time someone think lawmakers should do something to make things better for the public, consider this: More than 250 new laws will take effect in Illinois on Jan. 1 and many of them are … more
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