By Angela Simmons, Weekly Editor Local retailers, including Walmart, Target, Sam’s Club, and Menards, are beginning to limit people in their stores. A release from… Read More »Local retailers to begin limiting store entry on April 4
April 3, 2020
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By: Angela Simmons, Weekly Editor Governor Pritzker addressed students specifically in a recent address, telling them he knows that this isn’t how they envisioned their… Read More »Between the Pages: Student Athletes- let us celebrate you
O’Fallon Fire Department Chief Brad White is asking for help and cooperation from community members to help protect the department’s volunteer firefighters.
The Lebanon City Council unanimously passed an ordinance at their March 30 electronic meeting giving Mayor Rich Wilken a wide array of powers that will allow him to make quick decisions and issue city-wide orders to combat the COVID-19 Virus. Alderwoman Jessica Zurliene was absent. The ordinance was issued in accordance with the Illinois Governor’s declaration and will remain in effect through the next City Council Meeting that will be electronically held on Monday, April 13. It is anticipated that the timeframe on the ordinance will be extended at the end of each Council Meeting, following directives from the Governor.