The Roots’N’Que audience practiced good social distancing during the musical performances at Merchants Park.
The Sweet Tea and Jesus booth attracts a line of eager customers at the event on Saturday. The 2020 edition of Wabash Roots’N’Que may have been delayed, but organizers were able to pull the event off despite the pandemic by following safety protocols. Mayor Joe Judge said that the event seem…
CARMI — Carmi-based First Bank (First National Bank of Carmi) and Heritage State Bank, headquartered in Lawrenceville, Wednesday announced a partnership under which First Bank will acquire Heritage State Bank.
EFFINGHAM — David Doedtman, President/CEO of Washington Savings Bank, Effingham, was recently appointed to the Illi- nois Bankers Association 2020-2021 Audit and Investment Advisory Committee.
ELDORADO — Ferrell Hospital will begin offering ENT (ear, nose and throat care) to the southern Illinois region early next year. Drs. Mark and Allison Royer will be providing ENT services at Ferrell Hospital Family Practice starting in January 2021.
ENFIELD — At the Sept. 20th meeting of the Enfield Blue Ribbon 4-H Club, the group discussed the member’s handbook, window display ideas (pictures and favorite projects), and the federation meeting.
HARRISBURG — Southeastern Illinois College’s Forensic Falcons opened the 2020-21 season Friday, Sept. 18, with an online scrimmage against Wyoming’s Casper College.
CARMI — The Wabash Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution celebrate the 233rd anniversary of the U.S. Constitution during Constitution Week September 17-23.
FAIRFIELD — FMH Horizon Healthcare hosts influenza vaccination clinic for people ages 11 and older at all four locations Friday, Sept. 25 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The clinics are offered at no cost for Medicare/Medicaid patients and no payment is due at the time of service. Patients with insurance…
URBANA — The Soybean Innovation Lab at the University of Illinois has been selected by United States Agency for International Development to lead a new $1 million project — Innovation to Impact (i2i), as part of Feed the Future, the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative.
ELDORADO — Workforce and Illinois Small Business Development Center at Southeastern Illinois College offers opportunities to area small businesses through an expansion of funds provided to the program through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
CARMI —The Egyptian Division of the Illinois Association of School Administrators named Carmi-White County Community Unit School District Superintendent Brad Lee as the region’s Superintendent of the Year for the 2020-21 school year.
NEWTON — Sarah Bush Lincoln’s Mobile Mammography Services van helps provide mammograms to women who may not otherwise have access to, or be able to afford these life-saving preventive screens. Women who qualify will receive their mammogram free.
ALBION — Edwards County “Paint Out” has gone Virtual for 2020, but paintings from some of the top Plein Air artists in the country will be available for viewing and purchase at the upcoming art show and sale.