EFFINGHAM — Tracks are visible in the fresh snow.
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House bill would provide propane tax cut
An area legislator is trying to soften the blow dealt by a dramatic rise in propane prices this winter.
Council divided on benefits
The subject of elected city official salaries and benefits brought intense discussion among council members Tuesday.
Crash on Interstate 70 delayed traffic
As of 4:15 p.m., the access ramp to Interstate 70 Westbound has been reopened.
Houser trial delayed until April
The trial date has been delayed for an Effingham man accused of helping his girlfriend and her mother dispose of a man's body nearly three years ago.
Effingham Park District applying for $2.5M grant to fund center
Effingham Park District is looking to expedite the groundbreaking of the Richard E. Workman Sports and Wellness Center by applying for a $2.5 million grant.
Teutopolis officials look toward sewer upgrade
With all the talk — and action — about replacing outdated water lines in Teutopolis, Village President Greg Hess would like to focus increased attention on some of the village's sewer lines.
Brownstown, St. Elmo to discuss potential for consolidation
Brownstown and St. Elmo School Districts will hold a joint special board retreat Monday to discuss their financial statuses and the possibility of consolidation.
Hospital donates money to Unit 40 for additional iPads
Schools can never have too many iPads. At least that's the feeling in Effingham Unit 40 schools.
Newton Eagle Trails project set to begin in spring
After years of work on the project and months of securing funding and placing bids, workers are preparing to tackle Phase I of Newton's Eagle Trails Project.
Teutopolis board has light agenda
The agenda is light for tonight's Teutopolis Village Board meeting.
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