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  • New St. Clair Airport Complaint Targets Trees 

    After his first two complaints were dismissed by the Federal Aviation Administration, St. Clair Regional Airport tenant Jim DeVries apparently…

    • icon posted: November 26
  • Lonedell Care Program Shows Growth

    Year two of the Lonedell R-XIV School District’s before- and after-school care program has experienced so much growth that an additional indiv…

    • icon posted: November 26
  • St. Clair VFW Lights Route 66 ‘Icon’

    Individuals who traverse the Mother Road now have another landmark to enjoy when they make their way through St. Clair.

    • icon posted: November 26
  • Thanksgiving Preparations

    Kindergartners at St. Clare Catholic School were busy late last week making festive hats for Thanksgiving. Here, Jayla Thomas peeks out under …

    • icon posted: November 26
  • Turkey Trotters

    Edgar Murray Elementary School third-graders spent Science Wednesday this week learning about force and motion through a balloon experiment. T…

    • icon posted: November 23
  • R-XIII to Seek Help for Work

    To make sure everything is done efficiently and in compliance, the St. Clair R-XIII School District will hire a third party to oversee heating…

    • icon posted: November 22
  • Friends and Fans

    Fifth-graders from Edgar Murray Elementary School performed their autumn concert on Thursday night in the gymnasium as members from all five c…

    • icon posted: November 22
  • Error Costs St. Clair $74,000

    An error in the amount of estimated thin-lift overlay material needed to repave some of St. Clair’s streets this fall has forced the city to s…

    • icon posted: November 22
  • St. Clair's Old Skylark Motel Neon Sign Returns

    The St. Clair VFW unveiled the restored Skylark Motel sign and neon glass tower lighting on Saturday evening during a special ceremony.

    • icon Updated: November 22
  • Sullivan School District Apologizes for Girls’ Actions

    The Sullivan School District is “sincerely apologetic” for the actions of a dozen high school senior girls who wore blackface paint during a p…

    • icon Updated: November 24
  • Take a Guess

    Nine-year-old Liberty McKenzie imitates a character as her 11-year-old brother, Billy, tries to guess who she is as the two play the board gam…

    • icon posted: November 20
  • Sullivan School District Apologizes For Girls’ Actions 

    The Sullivan School District is “sincerely apologetic” for the actions of a dozen high school senior girls who wore black-face paint during a …

    • icon Updated: Yesterday
  • Lonedell Says No to Solar

    Lonedell R-XIV will not be a solar-powered school district anytime soon.

    • icon posted: November 19
  • Friends for Change Will Lead Christmas Parade

    The Friends for Change young women’s group will be the grand marshals for this year’s St. Clair Lighted Christmas Parade, scheduled for 6 p.m.…

    • icon posted: November 19
  • St. Clair Needs Another Teacher for Special Ed

    An additional special education teacher will be employed by the St. Clair R-XIII School District as soon as possible in order to bring it into…

    • icon posted: November 19
  • Successful Drive

    Saturday concluded the local Boy Scouts’ annual canned food drive as Scouts from St. Clair Pack 449 as well as other volunteers visited neighb…

    • icon posted: November 19
  • City Extends Airport Pact With Consultant

    Despite the objection of longtime St. Clair area resident and former airport tenant Gib Hoffman, the St. Clair Board of Aldermen unanimously p…

    • icon posted: November 19
  • Early Winter

    About 2 to 3 inches of snow fell around the St. Clair area on Sunday as winter struck early through a storm system that moved through the coun…

    • icon Updated: November 18
  • Turkey Dressing?

    A turkey-dressed concrete goose gets some snow on its head and back during Sunday's storm that dropped 2 to 3 inches of the white stuff in the…

    • icon posted: November 18
  • Banding Together

    Four St. Clair High School band students earned spots in the District Honor Band that performed in Union last weekend. Pictured in the front i…

    • icon posted: November 16

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