The West Union District Library had a free program presented by Douglas Hart Nature Center July at the York Township Community Center. Sixty-two persons attended the program made possible by the West Union Community Club. The next West Union District Library event is the annual ice cream social from 5 to 7 p.m. July 27 at the community center. The Clark County Pork Producers will be cooking pork burgers. Chips, tea, lemonade, homemade desserts and ice cream will be served for the free will donation to benefit the library. (Submitted photo)
SPRINGFIELD - Independent pharmacies that serve Medicaid patients in small communities in Illinois will soon start receiving additional payments from the state.
The Department of Healthcare and Family Services confirmed Monday that it has begun implementing a program lawmakers established in 2018 known as the Critical Access Care Pharmacy Program, which provides up to $10 million a year in additional reimbursements for independent, brick and mortar pharmacies located in counties with fewer than 50,000 people.
With all the rain and storms we have had this spring and early summer imagine driving home after dark in the rain and suddenly hitting a section of road where water is rushing across from a flash flood. You can't stop in time and before you know it your car is washed off the road into a field or a bank bursting creek. You call 911 from you cell phone and...
Construction workers have been busy this week beginning the installation of the new South Cross mini park, which is situated in the vacant lot south of the Robinson Post Office. The new park will feature a mural which will be situation on the east end of the property in front of the Crawford County Jail, and a water feature will be placed into the center of...
Three young men have decided to take their love for outdoor basketball and put it to use for a good cause this weekend. Throughout the warmer months, numerous pickup basketball games are played on Randy's Court, adjacent to Nuttall Middle School in Robinson.
Just over a half dozen Crawford County athletes were recognized for their achievements on the diamond this past season by being named to one of the All-Little Okaw Valley Conference Southeast Division teams.
In what turns out to be the final set of All-LOVC teams to be announced due to the conference dissolving, a total of seven players between Oblong and Hutsonville-Palestine received honors in either baseball or softball.