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The following people were among those who had cases scheduled for the Nov. 14 and the Nov. 17 criminal and traffic calls in Edgar County Circuit Court: In custody Logan J. Biddle, 20, Paris, … more
Rockin’ B Boutique has opened its doors at 601 S. Main. Owner Taylor Dunn opened her new shop about a month ago and recently held an open house to display her many items. Her shop is … more
Brenda Wright has opened a new shop on the east side of the square in downtown Paris.  The name, Something Different, comes from a business that Wright had many years ago when she did floral, … more
More changes are coming in 2023 for how Edgar County utilizes office space for government functions. A new jail will get built on Springfield Road and the county is ready to acquire the Dimond … more
It is time to address the issue of homelessness in Edgar County. A Community Touchpoint effort by Horizon Health has identified homelessness in Paris and Edgar County as a major issue affecting … more
KANSAS — The Kansas Board of Education gave lackluster endorsement to a developing plan for putting a greenhouse on the campus during the Wednesday, Nov. 16, meeting The greenhouse … more
CHRISMAN — The Chrisman City Council approved a $24,000 quote Monday, Nov. 21, from Feutz Contractors to install a manhole, replace some pipe and clean other sections of a damaged drain line. … more
CHRISMAN – The Chrisman Board of Education filled a vacant seat Monday, Nov. 21, by swearing in Shiloh teacher and Chrisman resident Cristie Thevenin who was thrilled to fill the … more
Health matters dominated the Edgar County Board’s study session Monday, Nov. 21. Adam Webb of Horizon Health EMS said the ambulance service should have a new ambulance operational by Dec. 1 … more
The Paris City Council authorized the dispersal of big cash amounts during the Monday, Nov. 14, meeting. Feutz Contractors and B&T Drainage received most of the payments for work … more
Substance abuse and how to fight it sometimes seems an overwhelming topic, but a new effort is bringing all parties in Edgar County to the table for another look. A Recovery Oriented Systems of … more
A student health center for Paris Union School District 95 will be a step closer to reality with the Monday, Nov. 21, visit from the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), the district’s … more
The Paris Improvement Organization and Nancy Gumm donated funds for three new trees in Sunrise Park. The trees are tri-colored European Beech trees, which are slow growing and colorful, ornamental … more
The murder case against Stefanie Sanders was continued again until Feb. 2. All parties met via a Zoom call Thursday, Nov. 17, for a status check. Judge Charles V. Mockbee was in his Danville … more
The following people were among those who had cases scheduled for the Nov. 7 and Nov. 10 criminal and traffic calls in Edgar County Circuit Court: In custody Duane A. Beachy, 36, Humbolt, was … more
For a club to last 100 years is a big accomplishment, and for a service club it is a rarity. The Paris Rotary Club began in 1922 and is a service club that helps the community in numerous ways, … more
Paris High School will soon have a nurse practitioner on site for school students, and District 95 Superintendent Jeremy Larson wants everyone to know why this is important. Larson emphasized to … more
The Paris Planning and Commission Board met Wednesday, Nov. 16, discussing several topics, including the building of Starbuck’s. “When the gentleman first approached me, he … more
U.S. Secretary of Labor Martin J. Walsh recognized Paris Union School District No. 95 as a recipient of the 2022 HIRE Vets Medallion Award during a virtual award ceremony presented by U.S. Department … more
The Edgar County Retired Teachers’ Association (ERCTA) is holding an informational meeting 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20, in the Crestwood School library to discuss the new Aetna PPO insurance.  … more
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