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Lutheran Women's flower sale a blooming success
May 31, 2018 6:45 PM
Aspen Dental to provide free dental care for vets, June 9
On Saturday, June 9, nearly 500 Aspen Dental practices will open their doors to provide free care exclusively to as many as 5,000 of our nation's veterans.
Submitted by Spencer Tait
May 11, 2018 10:33 AM
Fun, tears at Randolph County Relay For Life
A packed house filled the Red Bud High School gymnasium May 5 as residents throughout the region came together for the Family Friendly Festival hosted by the Randolph County Relay For Life.
Herald Tribune staff report
May 9, 2018 1:00 AM
Annual 'Keeper of the Keys' run will be held June 16
The weather is warming up and soon weekend recreational opportunities will be going on everywhere. One popular event in the area is the Saturday or Sunday Poker Run. These events started several years ago with motorcycles gathering at a starting point and riding to four other spots and drawing cards to make the best poker hand. Most of the stops were bars or places which served alcohol, but this began to pose a problem for drivers who wanted to have a drink but also safely make it back home. This is where a nonprofit organization named "Love Abby" came up with a great idea. "Love Abby" was named after the founder's daughter, who was killed in a head-on collision with a drunken driver. Many of these runs were not limited to motorcycles, but included trucks, convertibles and Jeeps.
By Don Berry
May 9, 2018 1:00 AM
New home in Chester gives Mississippi Valley Art Guild a palette of opportunities
Nearly 50 years ago, the Mississippi Valley Art Guild was formed by a group of local artists to support and promote the arts in the region. Interest in the nonprofit organization waned over the past decades the group became dormant until five years ago, when several local artists took notice that Chester High School no longer offered art classes for their students. Many of them remembered the influence Pauline Paetzhold had on their lives when she taught at Chester.
By Don Berry
May 2, 2018 11:49 AM
Chester Chamber gets update on LST's return in September
The Chester Chamber of Commerce received an update on the return of the World War II-era landing ship LST 325 to Chester this September.
By Gwendy Garner
May 2, 2018 11:44 AM
Poshard Foundation distributes $100,000 in grants to social service agencies
The Poshard Foundation for Abused Children distributed $100,000 in grants to 30 area social service agencies in a ceremony at John A. Logan College
By Marta Prudent
May 2, 2018 9:43 AM
'It's a beautiful day': Thursday marks 90th anniversary of the hanging of notorious Charlie Birger
Whether he actually called it "a beautiful day" or commented it was "a beautiful world" (accounts vary), April 19, 1928 would mark the last day that local gangster legend Charlie Birger would live to see.
BY HOLLY KEE
Apr 18, 2018 1:41 PM
What a library means to Chester, 90 years later
1928 was an exciting year in Chester. After years of waiting, the city would finally have one of the most important civic institutions for a respectable small town - a new public library.
Submitted by the Chester Public Library
Apr 18, 2018 12:53 PM
'Limb-different' youths can join All Sports Summer Camp, July 18-22
The NubAbility All-Sports Summer Camp in Du Quoin will be held the week of July 18-22. This particular camp is designed for limb-different youths ages 4-17.
Du Quoin Call staff report
Apr 18, 2018 12:01 PM
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