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Saturday, August 18, 2018
Over the last four years, 31 individual donors living in Chester gave $18,030.46 to political candidates, according to a SW Illinois News analysis of state campaign finance data.
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Illinois House candidate Patrick Windhorst recently congratulated workers for exemplary service during a recent visit to the Shawnee Mass Transit District headquarters in Vienna.
Ellis Grove Fire District and Valmeyer Fire Protection District were among Illinois fire protection districts that reported responding to the most fire-related incidents per capita in 2017, according to the latest state report.
Mayor Pro Tem, Mary Ellen Niemietz, accepted a donation made to the PLAY Foundation from The Sofia and Elmer Oerter Charitable Foundation at Monday's City Council meeting.
The City of Columbia is currently accepting applications for food, craft and kid zone vendors for our FestiFall in Metter Park on Sunday, September 30, 1pm-6pm.
Waterloo City Council met Monday, July 16.
Waterloo City Council met Monday, July 2.
Steeleville Community Unit School District 138 Board met Monday, May 21.
Sparta Community Unit School District #140 Board of Education met Friday, June 29.
Steeleville Community Unit School District 138 Board met Monday, June 25.
Chester City Council met Wednesday, July 11.
Carbondale Public Library Board of Trustees met Wednesday, June 13.
City of Waterloo Personnel Relations Committee met Thursday, Aug. 9.
Columbia Community Unit School District No. 4 Board of Education met Thursday, Aug. 9.
Carbondale Public Library Board of Trustees met Wednesday, Aug. 8.
Carbondale Public Library Ad Hoc Personnel Committee met Friday, Aug. 10.
Illinois ranks fourth nationwide in terms of outmigration, according to recent data from Stevens Worldwide Van Lines.
Steeleville Community Unit School District 138 accumulated $2.21 million in debt between fiscal years 2008 and 2017, according to a SW Illinois News analysis of public schools data.
At Career Center of Southern Illinois, 95 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.