Following a passed motion, apparent rescinded motion, motion withdrawal and failed motion, the City of Albion’s Elm Street project appears to be dead.
The Edwards County Medical Association has finalized the sale of the West Salem Medical Clinic to Richland Memorial Hospital.
A Peoria man was arrested by the Illinois State Police after starting the new year by allegedly beating a Grayville resident with a pickaxe.
Christmas Bonuses given to Edwards County Emergency Medical Service employees tallying approximately $5,000 collectively were given with the understanding that donated monies should be used toward that purpose, according to Edwards County EMS Board Secretary/Treasurer Nancy Cowling.
With assistance from the Grayville and Albion Police Departments, an Edwards County Sheriff’s Deputy was able to bring a fugitive to justice following a high-speed pursuit in the final days of 2018.
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Many area youth were able to attend fun activities at the Extension office during the holiday season. On Thursday, Dec. 20, a “Make and Take” workshop was offered. The attendees had the opportunity to make various crafts. They had a great time making items they could give to others for Christmas.
Hope everyone had a good weekend.
Walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing, being fruitful in every good work. Colossians 1:10
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“Our mouths were filled with laughter, our tongues with songs of joy. Then it was said among the nations, ‘the Lord has done great things for them’ The Lord has done great things for us, and we are filled with joy.” Psalm 126:2-3.
The Grayville Lady Bison Volleyball team earned a Sectional title last night.
The Southern Illinois All-Stars trailed Mazatlan, Mexico 6-0 in the first game of the Colt World Series last Friday but came back to pull off an exciting but controversial 8-7 win.
The Edwards County and Wayne County Anglers took part in the East Fork Lake Tournament on Aug. 5.
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Frontier Bobcats Volleyball will hold a two-day volleyball camp on the dates of August 2 & 3. The camp costs $50 (pre-registration) per participant and is open to students entering grades 1-12.
The West Salem Grade School Baseball team will begin practicing on July 30.