The featured speaker at the Feb. 4 meeting of the Exchange Club of Beardstown was Lisa Downs, Chief Nursing Officer at Culbertson Hospital. Her talk was centered on the Cardiology Department of the hospital. There is an outpatient cardiology... more
Virginia area farmer and civic leader Terry Bell has received the 2015 Lodge Builder Award from Virginia Masonic Lodge No. 544. Bell, who is a former Virginia School Board member, was honored for his “leadership and outstanding contributions to the... more
Patrick Bell, manager of Cass Meats, presents Joanne Anderson of the Cass County Food Pantry with a check for $1300, proceeds from the recent coyote hunt that Cass Meats sponsored.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
    At Tuesday night’s city council meeting, Mayor Steve Patterson recognized BHS Soccer Coach Adam Hamilton for the remarkable season that his team had, which led to him being recognized by the state. Mayor Patterson spoke about how special it was... more
Virginia Masonic Lodge donated $200 to the Virginia Junior High girls volleyball teams in support of their Team Teal fundraising effort for the Illinois Chapter of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition. To support Team Teal, the Masonic Lodge held a... more
    Tuesday night, Gard Elementary School announced on its Facebook page that Doris Lewis Edwards, an educational fixture in Beardstown, passed away. Gard ended the announcment by saying “the world of education has lost a legend, but her legacy will... more

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News

    Congratulations to Colwell Memorial Home for being chosen Beardstown Chamber of Commerce February 2016 Business of the Month.

Lifestyle

    Charles “Ike” Weishaar will be 96 years old on Jan. 16. Family and friends are invited to wish him a happy birthday by sending him a card to P.O.

Sports

This week in Chip's Corner, Johnny Manziel is in trouble again; Chip discusses the top 10 scorers in the BHS Varsity/JV Tournament; the PGA tour is coming to Springfield; and the Bears are still re

Obituaries

    Scott William Campbell, 42, of Arenzville, is now in heaven running on the beach as fast as he can with both legs.