The Albion Area Chamber of Commerce has new officers for the first time in two years.
On Friday, Grayville resident Chrissy Chapman, a contracted travel nurse that works through an agency, set on her way to spend 13 weeks in New York City to help the nursing staff at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in Queens. It was confirmed last Thursday morning for her to begin work this…
With roughly a week and a half of being under a stay-at-home order from the Illinois State government, those local businesses that have been allowed to keep their doors open have adjusted to the new guidelines.
The Illinois Department of Public Health is looking for medical professionals to enlist in the war against COVID-19.
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Greetings from The First Christian Church in Albion. We are on the corner of Elm and Fourth Street, across from Knapp Mart. Handicap access from east door with elevator to sanctuary.
As of March 31, Illinois State Board of Education has announced that all Illinois schools are to transition from the previous Act of God Days to Remote Learning Days. All schools are to have either an E-Learning Plan or a Remote Learning Plan in place and posted on their website. Edwards C…
The Lord is for me; I will not fear; What can man do to me? It is better to take refuge in the Lord Than to trust in man. Psalm 118: 6, 8
The Grayville Senior Center is looking for volunteers to deliver meals next week, on Tuesday April 7 and/or Thursday April 9, as well as April 13-17. Please call the center at 618-375-7777. Time will be 10 a.m.; pick up at the back door.
Citizens National Bank and the Edwards County Farm Bureau have teamed up to bring a little bit of Easter to our county!
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.