Salem Lutheran Church in Jacksonville reports that its Solea Water Community Shoe Drive resulted in the donation of 1,831 pairs of shoes and was a success.
The regular monthly meeting of the Beardstown Regional Flood Prevention District scheduled for April 16 has been cancelled due to planting season, according to chairman David E. Parish.
The Buchheit family and the Jacksonville community welcome a new member. She is a black beauty who weighs 38 lbs. and is 35 inches long.
Dorothy’s Market is celebrating the one year anniversary of its move to uptown Mt. Sterling.
This past February, the Illinois College Office of Development and Alumni Relations hosted the annual Illinois College Founders’ Circle Dinner and Alumni Association Awards Ceremony.
This week in Chip's Corner, Jahil Okafor goes pro; Kentucky's first seven leave for the NBA; Jordon Speith wins the Masters; Jimmie Johnson wins the Duck Commander 500; and Cubs/Cardinals fans rema
BHS vs. North Mac
The Lady Tigers lost to North Mac by a 4-0 verdict. The North Mac coach congratulated Coach Hamilton and his Lady Tigers on how much they had improved.
The BHS Tigers went 1-2 this past week, defeating Pittsfield in an 11-0 white-wash, but dropped a twin-bill Saturday to the South Fulton Rebels. The O&B stand at 7-5 for the season.
The Lady Tigers continue their winning ways but were faced with a brutal seven-game schedule in only five days.
Cass Schuyler Area Hospice will begin a new volunteer training class on May 2 and May 16 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Petefish, Skiles & Co. Bank recently promoted Danielle Honn to marketing director.
In the last few years, the phrase “fake news” has worked its way into our vocabulary. It is a phrase used to describe information that is accepted as fact by some but disbelieved by others.