A home on Walnut Street in Grayville was destroyed by fire on Wednesday.
Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker announced last week his plan to reopen the state amid “flattening the curve” of the COVID-19 pandemic within its borders.
The 2020 seniors of Edwards County High School will be driving across the square in Albion rather than walking across the gym in Linda Oxby Gymnasium on Friday.
After holding out hope that the summer might bring an opportunity to open late, the Edwards County High School Music Department announced that the 2020 iteration of ECHS Dinner Theater was officially cancelled on Monday.
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With the hopes of the shelter-in-place order being lifted this summer, children will be anxious to venture outside and partake in fun activities. In an effort to provide entertaining and educational outlets for young learners, Frontier Community College’s Community Education program has plan…
Edwards County 4-H members enrolled in Food and Clothing projects will be taking part in virtual judging of their projects. It will be a little different for the youth, but it will be a great learning and memorable experience. This year we will focus on technology to show the projects and we…
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Frontier Community College (FCC) has moved its Summer 2020 class offerings to a hybrid or online format. Hybrid classes provide a blend of face-to-face instruction with online learning. Registration is currently open for all summer classes.
Sunrise Sanitation will still have trash pick-up services on Memorial Day for Grayville residents. Please remember to have your tote on the curbside the night before.
On Friday, May 15, Section 23 delegates met via Zoom conference to elect the Section 23 Officer Team. This was an unprecedented manner of holding the elections, due to COVID-19. Newly elected Section 23 officers: Adam Loker, Wayne City (President); Saylor Price, Red Hill (Vice President); Sa…
Alora Campbell with dad, Brian Campbell; Brynn Nesler with parents Jamie and Destiny Nesler; and Mia Thierauf with mom, Amanda Trusty celebrate Grayville Junior High School Volleyball Eighth Grade Recognition.
For the Grayville Bison Basketball unit, a poor draw led to an early end to their postseason hopes.
Even though the Edwards County Lions lost their regional game against the NCOE Cardinals, it was a controversial play that led to the defeat.
The Basketball Bison ended their regular season with a loss to Midland Trail Conference foe Odin Friday night.
The Edwards County Lions played hard, but fell just short of the win Tuesday, Feb. 18, at Red Hill High School.
Despite a 22-point showing from senior Valero L’Abbate, The Grayville Basketball team could not overcome a strong Evansville Day team last week.
It was a rough night for the Lions in their last game of the season Friday night.
With three first place and three second place performances across their high school, middle school and elementary divisions, the Edwards County Archery team put together a strong showing at the Edwards County Regional over the weekend.