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A pandemic did not damper Palestine seniors walking across the stage and receiving their diplomas Saturday. more
Area unemployment figures showed improvement in May as the economy continued to struggle with the fallout of the coronavirus shutdown. more
As Illinois enters Phase Four of Gov.JB Pritzker’s Restore Illinois Plan, many businesses will be opening up and allowing things Illinoisans haven’t been able to do since March. Face coverings and social distancing should still be practiced by all residents while in public. more
The City of Robinson has finalized plans for its annual Fourth of July Festival at the city park. Robinson Parks Superintendent Mike Shimer said the festival will go on, though it will be a little smaller than it has been in the past. more
Another local event has fallen victim to the COVID-19 pandemic. Officials announced Wednesday that Wings by the Wabash airshow that was scheduled for later this fall at the Crawford County Airport has been postponed until September 25 and 26, 2021. more
Robinson Unit 2 schools are preparing to reopen for the next school year. more
Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White encouraged residents to visit www.cyberdriveillinois.com to sign up to receive license plate sticker renewal notices and be able to renew their sticker online and avoid waiting in line at the license branch. more
One of summertime’s greatest traditions is thriving again every Saturday morning at the Cross Street Station Park more
The former Robinson Unit 2 central office on South Jackson is officially on the market after a vote by the Unit 2 school board Monday. more
All four Robinson Public Library District facilities will resume normal business hours Monday. more
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