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Tuesday, July 23, 2019
The second annual Southern Illinois Made Expo is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 27-28 at The Pavilion in Marion.
Southern Seven Health Department (S7HD) has confirmed the first mosquitoes to test positive for West Nile Virus from the lower seven counties of the state in 2019.
We are seeking applications for a part-time Bus Driver at our Anna Head Start.
"Meet Our Team" We are happy to introduce Shawnna Rhine, our new Public Relations Coordinator.
The Village of Goreville has another “Tool” for Businesses, Intermediary Re-lending Program (IRP).
Aperion Care Cairo, an 83-bed skilled care facility in Cairo, was cited by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) for violations of the Nursing Home Care Act in the first quarter of 2019
This is Amanda Shoemaker and she is our new Executive Secretary at our Administrative Office.
Shawnee Hills Arts Council/Anna Arts Center Upcoming Events
Angela Bailey is Southern Seven Health Department's Mental Health Consultant for the Head Start program
Lots and Lots of Yard Sales!!!!!
“Meet Our Team!” Ms. Ronique Bailey is a new Teacher Aide at our Mounds Head Start.
“Meet Our Team”! Please help us welcome Brenda Miller.
“Meet Our Team!” Please help us welcome Heather Alderdice, our new teacher at Metropolis Head Start.
We are seeking applications for a RN Communicable Disease Program Manager.
State Rep. Patrick Windhorst (R- Metropolis) argues the rationale offered by lawmakers in Springfield for raising the minimum wage stems from flawed reasoning.
A second case of measles has been reported in Champaign-Urbana.
Recently, a meeting was held with the region’s local septic system contractors.
Head Start is the BEST Start!
The Coulterville UMC will again offer chocolate covered strawberries in support of their church camp program.
High taxes, record debt, underfunded pensions, notorious corruption, and an ongoing urban crime problem are only a few of Illinois’ most pressing problems.
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