Edwardsville, ILTelegraph

Stephenson House organizers seeking donations for online fall antique auction

EDWARDSVILLE — The 1820 Col. Benjamin Stephenson House is planning to host another online antique and collectible auction this fall. The historic site has hosted an in-person auction for more than 15 years every October, but COVID-19 forced organizers to cancel last year’s auction and rethink the best way to keep the fundraiser going. Now, bidders from the area and across the country will have the opportunity to peruse a variety of items in the convenience of the own homes. The auction will open in August with bidding ending Oct. 7.
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Alton Branch NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet

Greetings from the Alton Branch NAACP! We would like to announce our Freedom Fund Banquet coming up September 18, 2021 at Lewis & Clark Community College in the Commons building. It would be an honor to have you join us for this event. Our 2021 banquet theme this year is: Making Lives Matter: Where do we go from here? Mayor David Goins will be our guest speaker at our banquet this year and will address the social unrest we have faced in recent years, the work being done, and the work that i Continue Reading
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Troy Family Year Of Fun Event Was A Huge Success

The Troy/Maryville/St. Jacob/Marine Chamber of Commerce was proud to host their first ever drive-in movie at Troy United Methodist Church on Friday, June 11 th . “When we booked the event, of course we were not sure what the COVID event status would be so we played it safe” said Dawn Mushill, Executive Director, Troy/Maryville/St. Jacob Marine Chamber of Commerce. “We knew a regular movie night was not possible so we went with what we knew we could do”. It was a true Continue Reading
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Major Case Squad Seeks Suspect In Madison Homicide Case

MADISON - The Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis and Brian Koberna, of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and the deputy commander for the Gerald W. Wiley homicide case in Madison, said four suspects have been charged, but one remains on the loose. The homicide incident occurred at 11:45...
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Golf outing to support hall of fame museum

The fourth Dave Shannahan Basketball Museum of Illinois golf outing is set for Friday, Oct. 8, at Arlington Greens near Collinsville. The event, a fundraiser for the planned Illinois Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame Museum, is sponsored by the statewide organization and the Larry Graham Southwestern Illinois HOF and Golf Committee.
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Love Of The Game: Baseball Star Spencer Stearns is iCAN Clinic Male Athlete Of Month For EHS

EDWARDSVILLE - Without a doubt, Edwardsville's Spencer Stearns has a love of the game of baseball. When Stearns steps on the field, he plays with visible enthusiasm and commitment to the sport. Stearns had several big days for the Tigers' baseball team this past high school summer season. In the regional championship, he smacked a home run in the third inning as a part of a three-run rally that tied the game, then relieved starter Gannon Burns and threw four shutout innings. He escaped a sixth-inning, Continue Reading
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Junior Football/Baseball Player Luke Parmentier Is Tom Lane-State Farm Male Athlete Of The Month At Civic Memorial High School

BETHALTO - Junior athlete Luke Parmentier had an excellent football season at Civic Memorial High School this past spring, playing as a receiver on offense, where he caught 20 passes for 321 yards and four touchdowns, and had 10 tackles on defense, seven of them solo, as the Eagles finished 4-2 in the abbreviated season. Parmentier was a strong person at the plate and on the mound for the CM baseball team in the recent summer season. Luke is also considered a very hard worker who enjoys being Continue Reading
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Celebrate the 4th of July with a new St. Louis Cardinals hat

Celebrate the Stars and Stripes this 4th of July with new official on-field St. Louis Cardinals gear from New Era. Check out the different styles below. MLB’s 4th of July 2021 hats look great. When the grills are fired up and you settle down to watch the game, make sure you’ve got the same gear that the St. Louis Cardinals are wearing on the diamond.
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The 3 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in St Louis

It seems that St Louis is the murder capital of the United States. Last year, St. Louis had the highest reported murder rate per 100,000 inhabitants. St. Louis’ homicide rate hit 87 murders per 100,000 residents in 2020, which has the highest number since 1970. It was a big jump from the previous top rate of 69 set in 1993. Sadly among those 87, there were 17 children younger than 18.
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Glen Carbon, ILadvantagenews.com

Crowe kicks off Summer Book Club

To encourage children to keep their reading skills sharp over the summer, state Sen. Rachelle Crowe (D-Glen Carbon) is launching a Summer Reading Club for students who live in the 56th Senate District. “Reading encourages children to develop a lifelong interest in books while maintaining reading skills as they transition...
Edwardsville, ILTelegraph

SIUE nursing administration program ranked 5th nationally

EDWARDSVILLE — Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Nursing’s (SON) Healthcare and Nursing Administration (HCNA) program has been ranked fifth nationally by www.registerednursing.org, a nursing advocacy organization. The SON’s HCNA program prepares nurses for entry into management positions in healthcare organizations, and refines the skills of experienced nurse managers to...
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Tigers' Track and Field State Medalists Are iCAN Clinic Female Athletes Of Month For Edwardsville High School

EDWARDSVILLE - The Edwardsville girls track and field team has been strong in the middle to long distances for several years. On Saturday, the girls worked as a team to capture fifth place in the 4 x 800 relay in the IHSA Class 3A State Track and Field Meet. The Tigers’ 4 x 800 relay team consisted of Riley Knoyle, Kaitlyn Loyet, Maya Lueking and Olivia Coll, who recorded a time of 9:32.15. Tigers’ sophomore Kaitlyn Morningstar had an equally big day as the 4 x 800 relay group, Continue Reading
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