Justice Cavanagh secures enough votes for November ballot

By David Coy on March 22 at 4:17pm

We are two days removed from the primary election and an area judge is happy to move forward with his campaign. Justice Pete Cavanagh is temporarily serving the 4th District Read More

LaHood introduces an Act that could improve IRS communication

By David Coy on March 22 at 9:10am

Contacting the IRS may become a little bit easier if Congressman Darin LaHood gets his way. On Tuesday, LaHood introduced H.R. 5342, the Improving Assistance for Taxpayers Act. This Act Read More

District 117 approves purchase of new building, Early Years to move to Central Office

By Blake Schnitker on March 22 at 9:04am

The Jacksonville School District is looking to make improvements to its Early Years program following last night’s school board meeting. Members of the District 117 Board of Education approved the Read More

White Hall FD to form fire district, set tax ceiling to $175,000

By David Coy on March 21 at 1:42pm

Yesterday’s primary election was surrounded by many officials trying to get on the November ballot. Among the candidates, voters had a chance to vote on propositions that would change the Read More

A look at voter turnouts throughout the four-county area

By Blake Schnitker on March 21 at 12:10pm

Voter turnout across the four-county area yesterday was rather comparable to previous primary elections. Here in Morgan County, with 21,747 registered voters, just over 62-hundred ballots were cast, resulting in Read More