IEMA Director Wants to Ensure Reporting of Flood Damage

By Benjamin Cox on July 20 at 6:30pm

Clean up from the spring floods has been under way for several weeks with the warmer, drier weather. Last week, Governor J.B. Pritkzer asked residents to report their damages to Read More

No Regrets Cookies Officially Opens In Cedar Commons

By Benjamin Cox on July 20 at 11:01am

Jacksonville is home to some new tasty treats. No Regrets Cookies opened their doors for an official ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday at 10AM at 1111 West Morton Avenue, Suite Read More

Lions Club Accepting School Supply Donations

By Benjamin Cox on July 20 at 10:25am

The school year is three and a half weeks away. School supplies have hit the shelves at local retailers all around the area. The Jacksonville Lions Club is doing its Read More

Local Pilot and Amateur Astrophysicist and Astronomer Recording Stats about Thursday’s Big Boom

By Benjamin Cox on July 20 at 10:13am

The loud boom that was heard this week has captivated people’s imaginations. Theories about sonic booms from jets, natural gas, explosions, and seismic activity have all made their ways into Read More

New Draft Wind Ordinance Has Some Updated Sections, Will Move Forward With Vote on Monday

By Benjamin Cox on July 20 at 9:53am

Morgan County’s new draft wind ordinance was released to the public on Friday. The vote for the ordinance has been announced for Monday. The vote may put an end to Read More