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Today's News

  • College News

    Monmouth College
    Haley Wollerman of Bingham graduated cum laude from Monmouth College with a degree in business administration.
    She is the daughter of Lynn and Julie Wollerman of Bingham.

    Lawrence University
    Kaity Yorde of Ramsey was named to the 2016 dean’s list at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis., for maintaining a grade-point average of at least 3.4 for the full 2015-16 academic year.
    A 2013 graduate of Brownstown High School, she is the daughter of Melisa Yorde of Ramsey.

    Greenville College

  • KC KICK Basic Drawing
  • KC Dental Assistant Pinning
  • KC KICK Learning About Birds Class
  • KC KICK Tye Dye Class
  • FFA Members at FS Appreciation Day
  • Pipeline restoration work well under way

    The Southern Access Extension Pipeline Project was successful in achieving its December 2015 in-service date. Restoration, which is the final phase of the project, is under way and will continue through the end of summer 2016.
    Restoration crews are preparing to return the right of way to conditions established under landowner agreements and regulatory agencies.
    The Illinois Extension Pipeline Co. has been assessing soil conditions and other environmental considerations to optimize successful restoration.

  • Scarpaci Foundation Board awards grants to 17 groups

    The Scarpaci Foundation Board of Directors has selected 17 organizations to receive funding totaling $40,225.
    The Board received grant requests from many local causes.  Those chosen were:
    • Evans Public Library
    • Family YMCA of Fayette County
    • Fayette County Emergency Management
    • Fayette County Health Department
    • Friends and Families of Fayette County Hospital and Long Term Care
    • Kaskaskia College
    • Operation OUTING
    • OUR PLACE Youth Center
    • SAFE

  • Brownstown-Sefton News

    Cowgirls enjoying lush pasture
    Although we kind of bemoan the fact sometimes when the frequent rains make the grass grow faster and it is difficult to keep up with, the four Homestead “cowgirls” (namely Bill’s longhorns-Geneva, the Bartels girl; “Red,” the mother of one of the two kids, Minnie and Moo-na-Lisa) seem to like it.

  • Frogtown News

    Spends Weekend with Grandparents
    Henry Harpster, age 5 months, of Jackson, Mo., spent the weekend with grandparents Dane and Belinda Harpster of St. Peter. Those who came to visit Henry were Mahala and Harper Jacquin, Stacey and JoHanna Bergmann, and Sue Adams.
    St. Peter’s Lutheran Church
    Worship attendance on Sunday morning was 168.
    The organist was Rita Yagow
    Acolyte was Mitchell Brauer.
    Attending elders were Darrell Wollin and Allen Magnus.
    Remember in Your Prayers
    • Those with health concerns: