ALLENDALE — District 17 Superintendent Bob Bowers expressed his frustration with the state government at last week's school board meeting, as he presented an amended budget reflecting some $81,287 the state owes the school district.
MTC Fit's Jumping for a Cause jump-rope clinic and rope-braiding party Monday gave youngsters a chance to learn a classic fun fitness move, while adults cut T-shirts and braided the strips into jump-ropes that will be packed into Samaritan's Purse Christmas shoe-box gifts.
MOUNT CARMEL — Wabash Community Schools Board of Education District 348 Superintendent Tim Buss reported at Monday night's school board meeting that the district will be selling the former South School building.
MOUNT CARMEL — City council members have been discussing the possibility of purchasing Air Evac memberships for the city's full-time employee for during the past two meetings.
MOUNT CARMEL — With determination and ingenuity, students in the Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities program organized a successful Winter Festival this weekend to raise funds for their business projects.
MOUNT CARMEL — Social workers from all of the District 348 schools were on hand Monday night to stress the importance of attendance with new study results.
MOUNT CARMEL — Separate schedules, separate bells, separate pick-up and drop off locations — key word: separate.
MOUNT CARMEL — A few months ago, Jeff Karn of Air Evac Lifeteam addressed the need for Wabash County to have memberships for its employees in case of an emergency. Now, he hopes that the city of Mount Carmel will take the same steps to ensure coverage for its workers.
MOUNT CARMEL — Many people can't even imagine what the landscape of Mount Carmel would look like today without Wabash Valley College.
MOUNT CARMEL — As if residents may not have heard it before, the state of Illinois has continued to struggle to pass a budget. That's nothing new.
MOUNT CARMEL — Some people may wonder why a small business in Fort Branch would want to be a member of the Wabash County Chamber and Retail Merchants Committee.
MOUNT CARMEL — When running a city government, people may not think of all the technical aspects of resident-friendly services — including a website.
MOUNT CARMEL — To some, the house that stood at the corner of Ninth and Mulberry streets was just another old, dilapidated building.