Beach Honored for 44 Years of Service to St. Clair County

By Randy Pierce tribune@heraldpubs.com BELLEVILLE – St. Clair County residents by the thousands who do not know who Terry Beach is or would recognize him on the street have been positively impacted by his work that has ended with his retirement at the end of last month. Beach, who was honored with a special proclamation…

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Lady Indians Can’t Sustain 4th Quarter Scoring Streak

By Sam Graf Mascoutah Herald BREESE — Trailing Triad the entire game and by 15 points with 6:36 left in regulation, Monday night, the MHS Girls’ Basketball team could have conceded the game and season right there. The Lady Indians didn’t. They still had one last charge in them, hitting five-straight shots — including threes…

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Active Shooter Drill and CPR/AED Training Held At Mascoutah Library

The Mascoutah Library closed on Friday, Feb. 8 for employee special safety training. The morning session involved “Active Shooter Drills” led by Mascoutah Police Officer Cameron Rettig and SWIC Sgt. Jim Watkins.  The afternoon session was led by Mascoutah EMS Lead Supervisor Jeremy Gottschammer and involved CPR Training and First Aid. Library employees attending the…

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St. Joseph’s Hospital-Breese Honors Nurses With Inaugural DAISY Awards

BREESE – HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Breese recently awarded Calista Dothager, RN, with The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses®. The award is part of the DAISY Foundation’s mission to recognize the extraordinary, compassionate nursing care they provide patients and families every day. Dothager was nominated by a previous patient for her extraordinary care. The patient…

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S-V-W’s First-Half Scoring Barrage Bumps Wesclin From Regionals

Red Devils record 35-point lead by halftime By Sam Graf Clinton County News TRENTON – Midway through the first period, Sesser-Valier-Waltonville started bombing three-pointers, allowing the Lady Red Devils to pull away from Wesclin and register a 61-26 victory in round one of the Wesclin Basketball Regional on Wednesday, Feb. 6. Peyton Wilderman, who scored…

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Clinton Manor Living Center Celebrates 30 years

NEW BADEN – Clinton Manor Living Center (CMLC) and their sister company Southern Illinois Community Supports Services (SICSS) held their annual banquet recently at the American Legion in New Baden. 2018 marked the 30th anniversary of the organization. Their theme this year was “Glo Party.” As a part of the program, several staff were recognized…

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Edward P. Zinck

Edward P. Zinck, 83, of Mascoutah, IL born Oct. 28, 1935 in Engelmann Twp., IL died Feb. 8, 2019 at Silver Creek Assisted Living in Mascoutah, IL. Edward was a retired farmer and was an avid hunter and fisherman.  He was a member of Holy Childhood Catholic Church in Mascoutah, IL. He is preceded in…

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Mascoutah Little Indians Announces TopSoccer Will Come to Mascoutah in 2019

TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer), a community-based training and team placement program for young athletes with disabilities, will be organized with the Mascoutah Little Indians Soccer program over the next month. The program will be designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any boy or girl who has a mental…

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Fairview Heights Prepares for 50th Anniversary

By Randy Pierce tribune@heraldpubs.com FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS – Because this year marks the half century point since the City of Fairview Heights was formally incorporated, that having occurred in October of 1969, a committee of residents, representatives of local businesses and elected officials has been formed to prepare for the observance of the municipality’s 50th birthday…

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