Today's News

  • Honor Rolls

    Fourth Quarter
    High Honors
    Freshmen – Adeline Bowen, Sarah Craig, Anna DePaolo, Bryce Dunn, Kennedy Fiscus, Caddie Howard, Shelby Nash, Dezsiree Pyle, Madison Smith, Zachary Stephenson, Daniel Summann and Emma Warner.
    Sophomores – Sydney Austin, James Bowen, Hope Clymer-Budny, Kacey Elam, Karsyn Garrison, Olivia Marquardt, Audrey Myers, Alli Palmer, Anthony Runkel, Scott Shulman, Nicholas Wollerman and Rachel Zimmerman.

  • Brownstown-Sefton News

    The Best-Laid Plans of Mice & Men …
    … often go astray, as events at the Homestead proved last week.
    Bill was comfortably sitting in his recliner chair Saturday, but had mentioned earlier not feeling very well.  As the day progressed, he was feeling worse and he suspected pneumonia, which he has experienced in the past.  

  • Frogtown News

    Return from Vacation
    Dane and Belinda Harpster of St. Peter and Ben, Amanda, Madison and Dru Eller of Jackson, Mo., all flew to Kennebunkport, Maine, on Saturday, July 9.
    They rented a house there, and did a lot of sightseeing, including the summer home of former President George and Barbara Busch.

  • St. Elmo News

    Monday, July 25
    • Fayette County Home and Community Education Board, 10 a.m., Vandalia Extension Office.
    • St. Elmo Lions Club, 6 p.m., Mary Ann’s Restaurant.
    Wednesday, July 27
    • Royal Neighbors of America, 1 p.m., Phillips Building. Grade school supplies will be collected.
    Thursday, July 28
    • ExxonMobil Annuitants, noon, Maverick Restaurant, Litchfield.  
    Alumni Banquet Info

  • Fayette County Speedway (July 14 results)

    HEAT 1
    1.    0 DEWAYNE KEIFER
    2.    78 CHAD ZOBRIST
    3.    30V MARK VOIT
    4.    33W KEVIN WEAVER
    HEAT 2
    1.    96 TANNER ENGLISH
    2.    16 RUSTY GRIFFAW
    3.    82 BILLY LAYCOCK
    4.    61 CALEB ASHBY
    1.    96 TANNER ENGLISH
    2.    78 CHAD ZOBRIST
    3.    6K MICHEAL KLOSS

  • Soccer Camp
  • Local umpires reflect on postseason assignments


  • Local umpires reflect on postseason assignments


  • Kaskaskia College to Hold Special Community Meeting on LPN Program in Vandalia

    Kaskaskia College has scheduled a special community meeting for Wednesday, July 20, for the purpose of discussing the discontinuation of the Licensed Practical Nursing courses at the college’s Vandalia Campus.  The meeting will be held at the Vandalia Campus starting at 6:00 p.m. with KC President Dr. Penny Quinn, Board of Trustees Vice Chairman Dr. Dee Boswell, as well as other KC administrative personnel on hand to discuss the information regarding this recommended action, as well as, gather input and answer any questions from the public. 

  • New Gift Shop at FCH