With plans underway for the sixth annual FFA Alumni auction, the committee continues to receive support and donations daily. [Read more...]
The following is a statement from Illinois Farm Bureau President Richard Guebert, Jr., regarding today’s signing of a Phase One trade agreement with China.
On Monday, January 20, you will have a unique opportunity to help save a life.
The White County Farm Bureau is proudly partnering with the American Red Cross to hold our second “People Live When People Give” blood drive. Each pint of blood we collect can help save up to three lives and will touch the lives of so many more. The drive will be held from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. at the White County Farm Bureau Building, 304 E Robinson St, in Carmi.
Schedule your appointment by calling Debbie at 618-382-8512, going to www.redcrossblood.org, or by downloading the Red Cross app on your phone’s app store.
Donors will receive a free People Live when People Give t-shirt for participating. It’s not every day that we do something that has such a lifesaving impact. Save a life, make your appointment, TODAY!!
Carmi Township on Tuesday night reported that a total of $418,150.91 had been paid to the township from the property tax levy, which, when added to interest income and replacement taxes, showed the township declaring a total of $420,705.36 income for the month.
State Representative Darren Bailey (R-Xenia) is joining calls for a full investigation into revelations that Agriculture Director John Sullivan did not report to the authorities that a rape had occurred revealed in a 2012 e-mail from a Speaker Madigan confidant.