On Thursday, Sept. 6, there will be a Scout signup event at Orchard Park from 6:30-7:30 p.m. The signups are for boys and girls from kindergarten through fifth-grade. Homeschoolers are welcome.
Lonedell R-XIV School District’s on campus off-duty police officer has been working well so far, according to Superintendent Jenny Ulrich.
The St. Clair R-XIII School Board will keep its tax rate the same for 2018-19, but the district will lose funds in doing so.
City staff in St. Clair, Union and Washington said that they have no plans to abandon recycling programs in response to reports of the rising cost of recycling.
Members of the Route 66 Parrot Head Club, Sullivan, presented a check in the amount of $2,736 to Randi Turntine, development and volunteer coordinator for Russell House, Thursday, Aug. 9.
The Arts and Education Council (A&E) awarded five organizations, including Sullivan Area Arts Council, a combined total of $25,000 through the Monsanto Fund Rural Community Arts and Education Program.
Carla Wulfers with the St. Clair Historic Museum said she’s a “happy camper” with the amount of funds raised from the weekend rummage sale — totaling more than $1,600.
James Smith committed to walking across the country Monday, July 9, to prove to his kids that not all people are bad. He arrived in Pacific Wednesday, Aug. 15, ending the day in St. Clair.
On Monday, Aug. 20, the St. Clair Board of Aldermen meeting will start early due to a rezoning public hearing and a property tax rate public hearing.
Lonedell R-XIV Principal Wayne Dierker said he’s looking forward to a variety of things this school year. The first day for students is Thursday, Aug. 16.
The start of flag football is here in Bulldog Country as the draft will be held Saturday, Aug. 18, at the high school football field.
Three local students sponsored by Crawford Electric Cooperative have returned from a unique educational and leadership experience in the state’s capital this summer.