“Supermarket sweep”-style contest coming to Jacksonville

By Jim McCabe on March 6 at 1:14pm


The “supermarket sweep” might not be regular viewing on television anymore, but it’ll be a sight to see at one Jacksonville grocery store later this month. A fundraiser for the Read More

Applications being accepted for Farm Bureau scholarships

By Ryne Turke on March 6 at 1:08pm


The Two Rivers Farm Bureau Foundation is awarding scholarships to a pair of Scott County schools. A $1,000 scholarship will be given to an applicant at both Bluffs and Winchester Read More

Jacksonville Rotary welcomes “outdoor legend” to April banquet

By Ryne Turke on March 6 at 1:07pm


The father of the modern bass boat is speaking at a Jacksonville Rotary Club fundraiser next month. “Outdoor legend” Forrest Wood and his wife Nina are known worldwide for their Read More

South Jacksonville gazebo plans moving ahead of schedule

By Ryne Turke on March 6 at 7:02am


The 28-foot-round gazebo will be constructed on the East Pavilion of Godfrey Park, with the assistance of local volunteer labor. South Jacksonville President Gordon Jumper feels the gazebo will be Read More

Shakespeare experience taking place in Jacksonville

By Ryne Turke on March 6 at 7:02am


The Imagine Foundation is welcoming back the Education Tour of the Shakespeare Festival to Jacksonville for the next several days. After making a stop at Washington Elementary yesterday, the five Read More