Governor J.B. Pritzker’s executive orders pertaining to COVID-19 are no longer valid for residents of Illinois, following a ruling in favor of Darren Bailey in his lawsuit against Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker Thursday afternoon.
The UPDATED schedule for registration for Albion Grade School, West Salem Grade School and Edwards County High School for each school is as follows:
Area musicians have taken to putting on a performance in Albion to cap this year’s Fourth of July weekend.
Last week, the Illinois State Board of Education released a series of requirements and guidelines regarding in-person schooling resuming this fall.
At Superintendent and Principal of Grayville Junior and Senior High, Sarah Emery’s last Grayville Community Unit School #1 Board of Education meeting last week, agenda items were discussed and approved smoothly, paving the path for Dr. Julie Harrelson to begin the official takeover next Wednesday.
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Little Prairie Christian Church will be providing a virtual VBS experience to children aged entering Preschool though entering 6th grade beginning Monday, July 20.
The Edwards County High School Volleyball team will be holding a Pork Chop and Pork Burger fundraiser on Friday, July 24 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Pagoda in Albion.
Head Archery Coach, Alli Armstrong, announces that Jacob Quillen, will shoot for Southeastern Illinois College’s Archery Team in the fall.
“This is pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father, to visit orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world.” James 1:27.
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.