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Lions give to Boys and Girls Clubs
At their noon meeting on Friday, June 9, the Carbondale Lions Club presented Tina Carpenter, CEO of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Illinois, with a check for $1,500.
Jun 19, 2023 9:02 AM
SIU's McLeod Theater transforms into 'The Bridges of Madison County'
A well-known story of passion and love will unfold next week at Southern Illinois University Carbondale as the McLeod Summer Playhouse performs "The Bridges of Madison County."
by Pete Rosenbery
Jun 19, 2023 9:00 AM
'A step ahead' SIU's mortuary science program is first in U.S. with on-site crematory
A love of science and the desire for a career that really helps people drew Emily Bender toward a career in mortuary science.
by Christi Mathis
Mar 10, 2023 8:22 AM
A mild February wraps up a weak but wet winter
February in Illinois was particularly mild, ending a winter season that was 2 to 6 degrees above normal, according to Illinois State Climatologist Trent Ford at the University of Illinois' Illinois State Water Survey.
Submitted by Lisa A. Sheppard Illinois State Water Survey
Mar 10, 2023 8:21 AM
Help the pollinators by not starting your mower yet
Last year I wrote about "No Mow May." It's an idea that originated in England and then was adopted by several cities in the U.S.
Mar 10, 2023 8:20 AM
Finding our region's exotic birds
Exotic birds are species that are not native to our area. They have been imported to the United States.
Mar 10, 2023 8:19 AM
CCHS Education Foundation seeks award nominees
The Carbondale Community High School Education Foundation is accepting nominations for their Hall of Achievement and Hall of Service recognition.
Feb 18, 2023 9:40 AM
Carbondale commission grants Levels, Club 13 liquor licenses
The long-closed nightclub Levels and a newer establishment, Club 13, were granted liquor licenses by the Carbondale Local Liquor Control Commission recently.
By Curtis Winston
Feb 18, 2023 9:39 AM
SIU research team explores how to perfect our medicines
Two cars leaving from opposite cities traveling toward each other will meet more quickly than one car driving all the way to the other car sitting stationary. That's the fundamental premise behind a Southern Illinois University Carbondale researcher's newly funded project using light and chemistry to improve how medicines are made.
by Tim Crosby
Feb 18, 2023 9:36 AM
Agritourism tax credit takes sting out of insurance cost
For the first time, Illinois agritourism businesses may apply for a liability insurance tax credit. Feb. 28 is the application deadline for 2022 taxes.
By KAY SHIPMAN
Feb 18, 2023 9:30 AM
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