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Local governing boards are looking into new ways to conduct business during the coronavirus crisis. more
Illinois residents who are on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits will begin receiving maximum benefits this week. more
Crawford Memorial Hospital is taking steps to take some of the mental pressure off its staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. “We are working to address the mental health for our employees,” CMH … more
Many area nursing homes have adapted new and fun ways to keep residents involved during their lockdown due to COVID 19. Cotillion Ridge staff have been playing hallway Bingo, where the residents … more
The governor unveiled “All In Illinois” to encourage residents to not only stay at home, but to embrace it, calling it the state’s strongest weapon against the pandemic. “I’ve taken … more
Crawford Memorial Hospital has revamped some areas of the hospital to accommodate local COVID cases if needed. “We are being proactive,” Doug Florkowski, chief executive officer said. The … more
Some prisoners headed to Illinois Department of Corrections will remain in the county jail a little longer. Fred Chinn, chief of corrections in Crawford County, stated that as of now there are … more
The Crawford County Board will not declare the county to be in a state of disaster just yet. During an emergency teleconference Tuesday, board members opted to first seek answers about whether a … more
Spring is here and recent sunny weather has given Crawford County residents the opportunity to get outdoors, get some fresh air and forget about their concerns for a while. Many have headed to … more
Students in Illinois will continue learning through Remote Learning Days while at home. State Superintendent of Education Dr. Carmen I. Ayala declared Friday that Remote Learning Days will begin … more
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