E & M employee Rusty Rogers  runs wires from the solar collection panels outside the store that will connect to the system control panels inside. The new solar system is expected to go live sometime next week. Photo by Brian DeLoche
There’s a change happening at E & M Electric.  They’re taking steps to make the best advantage of being on the “sunny side of the street.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
A take-home vehicle could be available for the person who successfully completes the application, testing and training required to be Beardstown’s next police officer.  (Photo by Brian DeLoche)
The Beardstown Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding someone.And while it’s not uncommon for the police to seek the public’s help to find someone in the wake of a crime, this time the department is asking the public to help... more
Tri-County Stars––Region H Division 6 Regional Champions––Back Row: L/R–– Dalton Allsup, CJ Towery, Christy Miller, Tanner Surratt. Front Row: L/R–Cody Swarringim, Tara Towery, Tisha Barnett, Leah Mustard, Kloey Sarneck.
         Regional Qualifying    Tri-County traveled to Jacksonville to play in the Regional Qualifying Tournament with the main goal to get a Gold Medal and to advance to the State Basketball Tournament in March.     To view more, please log in or... more
Avery with his parents, Michele and Rob Quigley, and Pascal with his parents, Matilda and Eric Guilavogui.
Pascal Guilavogui and Avery Quigley who formed a “Dynamic Duo” for the BHS Football Tigers, are pictured signing Letters of Intent.  
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    Tim and Sheila Ward will be the news owners of Culbertson Gardens in Rushville.     To view more, please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.
E & M employee Rusty Rogers  runs wires from the solar collection panels outside the store that will connect to the system control panels inside. The new solar system is expected to go live sometime next week. Photo by Brian DeLoche
A take-home vehicle could be available for the person who successfully completes the application, testing and training required to be Beardstown’s next police officer.  (Photo by Brian DeLoche)
Construction crew members work to finish the access drive for the Beardstown Sanitary District’s sewage treatment plant near the end of West 6th Street.  The project is entering its final phases with the final details expected to be completed in the spring.Photo by Brian DeLoche
Tri-County Stars––Region H Division 6 Regional Champions––Back Row: L/R–– Dalton Allsup, CJ Towery, Christy Miller, Tanner Surratt. Front Row: L/R–Cody Swarringim, Tara Towery, Tisha Barnett, Leah Mustard, Kloey Sarneck.
Avery with his parents, Michele and Rob Quigley, and Pascal with his parents, Matilda and Eric Guilavogui.
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Barry L. Scego

    Barry Lee Scego, 67, of Browning passed away Monday, Feb. 17, at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield.
    Worthington Funeral Home in Rushville is in charge of arrangements.

Focus on Faith

    Recently, two friends explained to me that my article published on Feb. 6 hurt and angered many folks in the community, veterans in particular. I’m thankful they cared enough to come to me.

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News

    The Chandlerville Village Board addressed several topics during a shortened meeting February 12, adjourning early due to the snowy weather.

 

Lifestyle

    Recently, two friends explained to me that my article published on Feb. 6 hurt and angered many folks in the community, veterans in particular. I’m thankful they cared enough to come to me.

Sports

    The BHS Tigers, down 42-40 heading into the final frame, used a 18-7 sprint out to top the Pittsfield Saukees 58-48 last week, improving to 16-9 for the year.

 

Obituaries

    Edward C. “Chuck” Davis, 74, of Jacksonville, formerly of Rushville, passed away at 6:10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at Prairie Village Healthcare Center in Jacksonville.