As SIU President Randy Dunn sees it, now is the start of a new era at SIU, and it won’t be the easiest one to navigate. During an address last week at the SIU Student Center, Dunn painted the Carbondale campus’ current struggles as the beginning of a third era in the university’s development.
SIU President Randy Dunn says the university is not yet seeing major problems with employee health care plans amid the ongoing state budget strife, but employees who have issues with a provider should contact SIU administrators.
The special prosecutor charged with reviewing the circumstances behind an SIU student’s mysterious death in early 2014 says his office expects to finish its work within the coming several weeks.
A local man is facing a range of felony charges after allegedly fighting at a strip club, damaging a pair of vehicles and then fighting again with responding deputies.
While the nation’s first Latina lieutenant governor described how she climbed the ladder, other Illinois politicians showed support while still questioning the Illinois budget stalemate and recent health care concerns.
The former director of the Carterville High School band has been sentenced to 150 days in the Jackson County Jail.
A project to build a Hilton hotel just south of PK’s on the Strip continues to move forward.
A Carbondale man faces a battery charge after he allegedly threw a dog onto South Illinois Avenue during an argument.
Enrollment on SIU’s Carbondale campus for the fall semester is down almost 700 students from 2014.
SIU has yet another new interim chancellor, and he will be stepping into a bit of a mess.
The Jackson County Health Department will close for one day a week and cut employees’ hours later this fall, in large part because of the ongoing state budget impasse.