Routt High School evacuated after minor natural gas fire, no students involved

By Anthony Engle on August 17 at 2:47pm

Students at Routt Catholic High School got out of classes today an hour and a half early. The school typically rings the final dismissal bell at 3 p.m., but with Read More

New DCFS report potentially altering future of Virginia child custody case

By Blake Schnitker on August 17 at 12:05pm

The prolonged court case over the custody of an 11-year old Cass County girl added another chapter following a hearing yesterday in Virginia. According to the State Journal Register, a Read More

Ameren Illinois’ Carl Fisher to teach energy efficiency at JACIL

By Anthony Engle on August 17 at 5:55am

The speaker for the next edition of JACIL’s KIP Cafe probably has a lot of energy. The Jacksonville Area Center for Independent Living has announced that the JACIL will be Read More

Jax Public Library holding 2 programs tonight, plan to host Pulitzer Prize winner in Sept.

By Blake Schnitker on August 16 at 12:21pm

Local residents can hear from several scholarly professors tonight at a pair of events being hosted by the Jacksonville Public Library. With summer winding down and local students wrapping up Read More

Congressman LaHood provides update on status of 2018 Farm Bill

By Blake Schnitker on August 16 at 6:49am

Area farmers have been anticipating the passing of the 2018 federal farm bill for several months now as fall harvest quickly approaches. Illinois’ 18th District Congressman Darin LaHood has been Read More