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Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Jackson County Board reviews travel expense ordinance at its recent meeting.
Carbondale Elementary School District No. 95 School Board holds public hearing on 2016 tax levy prior to its recent regular meeting.
Makanda Board of Trustees considers ordinance on salaries for Village President, Clerk and Treasurer at a recent meeting.
Jackson County Mental Health (708) Board selects new chairperson at its recent meeting.
Southern Illinois University-Carbondale Board of Trustees Audit Committee hears FY16 audit report at its recent meeting.
The Southern Illinois Miners group has internships available in several areas of the organization for the upcoming season, according to the team's website.
The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services met June 20 to discuss population based goals.
The Illinois Investment Policy Board met May 18 to contact companies participating in the Israel boycott.
The Illinois Investment Policy Board met June 8 to hear public comments.
The Illinois Legislative Audit Commission met Nov. 15 to review financial compliance reports.
The Jackson County Board of Review met Nov. 21 to discuss pending cases.
An outgoing House Democrat is speaking out about House Speaker Mike Madigan for standing in the way of major reforms that could get Illinois back on its feet.
Herrin City Council and Mayor announce housing rehab grants now available during its recent meeting.
Carbondale Study Circles Neighborhood Action Group hears neighborhood reports at its meeting yesterday.
Carbondale City Council awards contract for East Side Entryway Monument at a recent meeting.
The event will take place between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m.; registration begins at 9:30 a.m.
An Illinois legislator wants to see the state adopt a uniform, transparent and fiscally sound policy on the question of illegal immigrant students attending state universities.
Over 110,000 more people left Illinois in a year than arrived here from other states, leading to the highest overall drop in population in the nation, new figures reveal.
The Carbondale branch of the NAACP is accepting student submissions for its annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior essay contest.
Two Southern Illinois University (SIU) at Carbondale students have been chosen as University Innovation Fellows (UIF) and will participate in a special entrepreneurship program.