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Despite the continuing pandemic and the Theater Renaissance Project construction now underway, the department is moving ahead with a spring show. more
Several area students at Olney Central College have been named to the academic honors lists for the fall 2020 semester. more
A national organization providing services to retirees plans to offer help with income tax preparation but only if coronavirus numbers improve. more
Winter weather can be hard on pets. These tips can help keep them safe and warm.If possible, bring pets inside during cold winter weather. Move other animals or livestock to sheltered areas and make … more
Good Sam looks back, aheadFrom Staff ReportsGood Samaritan held its last Board of Governors meeting for 2020 on Tuesday. Senior leadership presented information about the hospital’s successes … more
Illinois hospitals are “on track” for distributing the coronavirus vaccine, according to Illinois Health and Hospital Association President and Chief Executive Officer A.J. … more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service will continue its semi-annual Agricultural Labor Survey beginning the second half of December.The survey will … more
Persons interested in being licensed to apply pesticides on their property can be tested in January and February.Testing only for the private pesticide applicator license, required by the Illinois … more
Illinois Farm Bureau’s rich history includes a list of former presidents that reads like an honor roll of well-known and well-respected individuals.In recognition of the past presidents who … more
Lincoln Trail College will begin offering a new microcertificate that will help train people to better serve customers in January.The new Customer Service Management program is available online and … more
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