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Construction on the Kirby Wellness Trail, a one-mile paved trail around the Kirby Medical Center campus is set to start in June, according Kirby Medical Center chief executive officer, Steve Tenhouse.
The thrust for the 2015 Relay for Life of Piatt County is the same as every other year since 1999 – to raise money for the American Cancer Society, applaud cancer survivors and remember friends and loved ones who have been taken by the disease.
Sarah Bush Lincoln Health System in Mattoon has announced Shelly Tolly as the new Peace Meal site supervisor for Monticello, as of April 13.
David Remmert, public health director for the DeWitt/Piatt Bi-County Health Department, is reminding residents to take precautions against insects that might spread disease.
Cerro Gordo Middle School teacher and basketball coach Jason Jacobs learned CPR as a part of lifeguard training when he was just 16 years old.
When the U.S. national banking system was formed through legislation in 1863 through 1865, First National Bank of Mattoon immediately jumped on board and has been in continuous operation since just after the end of the Civil War.
When Heather Kelly was 12-years-old, her first watercolor painting fetched $500 at a county fair auction in Texas.
She has been hooked on art ever since. But making a living at it? That’s a different story.
Bement United Methodist Church minister Jeremy Lafary and Gary L. Shaffer took time Saturday to read excerpts aloud from a eulogy given after the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln 150 years ago.
Not long ago, Monticello Theatre Association founding member Lana Ross was pretty sure a second-hand awning that had been salvaged from Ameren in Clinton would have no place at MTA’s Phoenix theatre in Monticello.
Monticello Fighting Hunger started with a seed of an idea last summer, cultivated into a campaign that drew nearly 600 volunteers, and blossomed into an event Saturday that packaged more than 100,000 meals for the hungry.