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Uplifting emails. Silly theme days. Special window displays. Dancing teachers. Crawford County students continue to be homebound because of COVID-19. But students left to do school work at home … more
Every year there is a class of seniors who walk through the doors of their high school uncertain about things in their lives and walk out ready to face the world. more
Firearm owners in Crawford County and the rest of the state will get extensions on their permits under temporary emergency rules approved by the Illinois State Police.State Sen. Dale Righter … more
Although it can’t be celebrated the way they intended, Robinson High School’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes organization deserves to be recognized, as it reached a milestone this year with … more
An event to introduce area high school seniors to college life will still go on despite COVID-19, just in a vastly different format. Lincoln Trail College’s second annual Senior Blitz is still … more
The local funeral homes have become high tech to keep family involved during this time of shelter in place. more
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
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