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Corzine-McCloskey: Let's talk about your attitude
Your attitude: Most of us don't like that subject. We would rather discuss the bad attitudes of our co-workers, spouses or kids.
By Cris Corzine-McCloskey
Jan 26, 2018 4:52 PM
Shawnee Hills Grape-Wine Association celebrates 2017
A group of local vintners gathered last week to celebrate all they had gained and learned during the last year of growing grapes and making and marketing wine in southern Illinois.
By Chanda Green
Jan 26, 2018 5:03 PM
St. John, Gilbaut grad receives doctorate
Ellis Grove native John L. Sullivan received his Doctor of Educational Ministry from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Jan 25, 2018 6:12 PM
Millennials: The religious, the nones and the dones
Pastor David Otten talks about the challenges of ministering to millennials.
By David Otten
Jan 24, 2018 1:28 PM
You can still sign up for SIC's mini-semester classes
Though the spring semester has begun, there are still opportunities to take classes at Southeastern Illinois College. SIC's mini-semester courses offer classes for full credit over an eight-week period.
Submitted by Bailey Drone, SIC Media Services
Jan 24, 2018 1:25 PM
Looking Back: The story of Jesse Wilson, the missing miner, part 1
It's hard enough to imagine going down into a coal mine equipped with only an open-flame carbide lamp strapped to your head, but imagine what it's like to lose that light and spend almost two days crawling around in total darkness. That is exactly what happened in 1937 to one Marion man.
By Sam Lattuca
Jan 25, 2018 6:19 PM
Elizabeth Woodworth: It doesn't have to be finished for you to be done
Do you have UFOs? Not what you sci-fi fans think, but UnFinished Objects. Think not? Let me help you. Quilt tops, not all cut out, not pieced or sandwiched, or in need of quilting. Knitting, stocking cap that probably won't be done this winter, a sweater with all the pieces done, but never sewn together that you aren't sure where it is, or the Grinch-green socks that have never gotten beyond the heel. And what about the cross-stitch baby sampler? The baby is now 16. There's more, depending on your handiwork of choice. How about the slip covers you were going to make for the couch, pattern and material just waiting for the scissors? Think about the baskets, boxes, cupboards, drawers and bins that are full of stuff that you have started and never finished, or planned to start and never did.
By Elizabeth Woodworth
Jan 24, 2018 1:31 PM
Harrisburg recognizes Mentors 4 Kids, mentors still sought
Harrisburg Mayor John McPeek honored an organization dedicated to providing positive role models Thursday when he proclaimed January National Mentoring Month in the city of Harrisburg.
By Travis DeNeal
Jan 24, 2018 11:45 AM
Coach Jake Stewart speaks to Harrisburg Kiwanis Club
The coach of the #1 ranked 2A girls basketball team in Illinois, Jake Stewart, visited the Harrisburg Kiwanis recently, and brought some of his Bulldogs with him.
Submitted by the Harrisburg Kiwanis Club
Jan 24, 2018 11:43 AM
Perry County 2017 Fair Queen places at state competition
Emily Kuberski, the 2017 Perry County Fair queen, finished second runner up at the Miss Illinois County Fair Queen Pageant on Sunday in Springfield.
By Pete Spitler
Jan 25, 2018 3:15 PM
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