The updated three-show subscription series now includes “Into the Woods,” June 16-18 and 23-25, “Sister Act,” July 7-9 and 14-16, sponsored by SIH Medical Group, and “Singin’ in the Rain,” July 27-30, co-presented by Carbondale Community Arts and MSP. These performances are in the McLeod Theater on the SIU campus.
Carbondale residents can expect some changes in the way their trash is picked up as the Carbondale City Council discussed providing each resident with a city-purchased rolling trashcan.
Josh Loyd, a sixth-grader at the junior high, said he started learning how to grill from his father, Anthony, as early as 5 years old. Thinking that he might be good enough to enter a competition, he, with help from his mother, DeShona, browsed the Internet and found the Kids' BBQ Championship competition advertised on the Food Network website.
The Southern Illinois Democratic Women welcomed Democratic gubernatorial candidate Daniel Biss to Pagliais Pizza Tuesday evening to meet with prospective voters.
Charges were dismissed Wednesday against two Salina men that authorities had alleged were conspiring to kill people in Illinois, and both were expected to be released from the Saline County Jail, where they had been held for about eight months.
When Akin Grade School salutatorian Seth Clark submitted his speech, it contained references to “God-like forgiveness” as well as a quote from the Bible. School officials, reacting to a complaint from a local citizen, decided Seth would not be allowed to deliver the address.
In December, Southern Illinois University decided to cease operations on its men’s and women’s tennis programs at the end of the 2017 season for financial reasons, and because of that move, a former Saluki coach has alleged the university may have violated Title IX provisions.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale this fall will offer an online bachelor’s degree specialization in aviation maintenance management.
Rodney Scott Hanley, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn., and Carlo Montemagno, professor of engineering, chemical and materials engineering at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, and founding director of the Ingenuity Lab for the Province of Alberta has been added to the Southern Illinois University chancellor's search, according to SIU President Randy Dunn.
It was the tale of two games on Thursday and Friday for the SIU baseball team.
Carr says if convicted of first-degree murder, Pullen faces a sentence ranging from 20 to 60 years in prison, with a possibility of an extended term of 25 years to life if a gun was discharged causing the death of another person. Carr says probation would not be a possibility.