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Police remind drivers to stay safe during Labor Day

By Lauren Duncan

August 19, 2012

Filed under City, News

Police are warning drivers of increased enforcement through the upcoming holiday weekend.The Carbondale Police Department announced Aug. 10 its late night plans for the 2012 Labor Day “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over/Click It ...

Prescription discount available to residents

By Lauren Duncan

August 19, 2012

Filed under City, News

Carbondale has a new program that gives uninsured residents and students a Prescription Discount Card that will make prescriptions easier to obtain and more affordable.The Prescription Discount Card can be picked up at the Stud...

New program revives classic B-movie horror

By Karsten Burgstahler

August 19, 2012

Filed under City, News

With the advent of new technology in the projection booth, patrons can now be connected with some of their favorite cult movies like never before.By use of satellite, moviegoers can now view more live content. One result of this...

Early debate tests candidates’ skills

By Caleb Motsinger

August 14, 2012

Filed under City, News

Three untested candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives will introduce themselves to Illinois’ 12th Congressional District tonight in the first of three scheduled debates.But with the election more than two months away, ...

Southern Regions receives funds for another year

By Austin Flynn

August 14, 2012

Filed under Campus, City, News

After a summer of uncertainty, 63 to 70 Non-Tenure Track employees at Southern Regions Early Childhood Program have received notification their jobs are safe for another school year.Lisa Browning, program coordinator for Southe...

Winston beats heat

Winston beats heat

August 2, 2012

Crime apparent after Elm Street thefts

By Austin Flynn

July 31, 2012

Filed under City, News

Carbondale police are heavily patrolling the area surrounding Elm Street after a series of break-ins happened during the summer months.Carbondale Chief of Police Jody O’Guinn said in an e-mail, that after more than 40 property crimes and th...

States face health care decisions, time constraints

By Tiffany Blanchette

July 11, 2012

Filed under City, News

The Affordable Care Act may now raise more questions than answers for each state since the Supreme Court’s ruling June 28.Because the act gives power to each state to make decisions on Medicaid, insurance exchanges, health pla...

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