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The Effingham Masonic Lodge 149 and the Illinois Masonic Children's Assistance Program recently granted $6,700 to the Suzette Brumleve Memorial Effingham Public Library in support... [Read More]
The problem with our nation's reaction to the coronavirus is not that we've taken the threat too seriously, that we've done too much to protect... [Read More]
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The new steps taken may be somewhat slow, but they are progressing in a journey by three Goshen men to erect a visible reminder of... [Read More]
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Shoppers turned out to find deals on everything from game consoles to dog beds on Friday morning as stores had Black Friday sales to kick... [Read More]
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The raging coronavirus pandemic kept crowds thin at malls and stores across the country on Black Friday, but a surge in online shopping offered a... [Read More]
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The Obama-Biden administration was a charmed era for America's tech companies - a moment when they were lionized as innovators, hailed as job creators and... [Read More]
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The Effingham County Board closed the fiscal year 2020 budget this week and looked ahead to 2021, which starts Dec. 1. [Read More]
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A circuit court judge ruled on Monday that the City of Effingham has the authority to demolish part of Village Square Mall. [Read More]
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In a year when many are celebrating Thanksgiving under unusual circumstances, Effingham County FISH continued its tradition of offering free Thanksgiving meals to the people... [Read More]
A Toledo man was airlifted from an accident Thursday in Cumberland County. [Read More]
The Effingham County Health Department announced Wednesday the COVID-related deaths of a woman in her 70s and a woman in her 80s are under investigation. [Read More]
The news that the University of Illinois System stands to lose $270 million this year because of COVID-19 should come as no surprise. [Read More]
Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Wednesday the state would give notice to the federal government that it plans to borrow $2 billion from a federal program... [Read More]
The Effingham Police Department reported the following incidents. There were no injuries or citations unless otherwise reported. [Read More]
A company that operates ghost tours is suing the state over COVID-19 restrictions limiting the size of its groups to no more than a dozen... [Read More]
Think you have COVID-19 and need to be tested? Do not go to the Emergency Department. If possible, don't just show up at your primary... [Read More]
Associate Judge James J. Eder of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Illinois has announced that he will be retiring at the end of 2020 after... [Read More]
Most of us are familiar with the history of the Pilgrims taking the treacherous journey from England to America aboard the Mayflower in the early... [Read More]
Lake Land College is accepting nominations for the Pacesetter Award, Retiree Wall of Fame, Distinguished Alumnus Award, Alumnus Achievement Award & Distinguished Alumni Society. [Read More]
With concerns resurfacing over possible food shortages, a study from a national farm group found the supply chain is as resilient as ever – and... [Read More]
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