This week in Chip's Corner, NASCAR's Jeff Gordon visits the White House; Allan Ball battles for a cornerback position with the Illini; the Jim Harbough era begins at Michigan; Kentucky's loss to Wi
Lincoln Land Community College’s summer program “College for Kids” is back this year with exciting learning experiences for students in Jacksonville and surrounding areas.
Junior League baseball tryouts will be held this Sunday, April 12 at 2 p.m. at the high school diamond at Jones Field.
Players are to bring a glove and a bat to the tryouts.
Lady Tiger Olivia Dour found hidden “pop” in her bat as she went deep three times last week when the Lady Tigers knocked off West Central 13-0 in five innings, then swept the Lady Crimsons of
The BHS Tigers were standing at 1-2 in the early going but thanks to a 6-0 run last week they are now 7-2 overall, and closed out at 7-3, and in the process head coach Robin Lewis garnered his
The Cass County Solo Ensemble Contest was held in Virginia on March 25. Students from several schools prepared solos and performed basic skills for a judge.
Passavant Area Hospital's February 2015 Employee of the Month is Maria Gregory.
New businesses are coming to the village of Bluffs.
Keeping the family tradition alive, the descendants of Clay and Nellie Brown Coil met on Easter Sunday, April 5, for a potluck dinner at the Bethel Community Church of the Nazarene fellowship
University of Illinois Extension will be presenting Explore Camp for current seventh-grade girls on June 4 and 5 at Illinois College, Jacksonville.
In the spring, have you ever seen a lilac bush and for some reason maybe there are only blooms at the very top and the sides are barren of flowers?
I’ve known quite a few people who have studied and documented their genealogy. Some have gone back as far as the 1500s. Five hundred years is a lot of generations to research.