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Murphysboro’s Nolan, Benton’s Corn Add Talent, Local Flavor to Logan Spikers

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

MURPHYSBORO – Two of the premier Southern Illinois prep spikers the last two seasons have declared their intent to play volleyball at John A. Logan College this fall. Read more »

Baseball Vols Drop Pair at Lincoln Trail

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

ROBINSON - It was not a good day for the John A. Logan College baseball team Sunday as the Vols dropped a doubleheader to Lincoln Trail College, 4-3 and 6-1. Read more »

Lady Vols Sweep Pair from Rend Lake

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

INA - An explosive offense combined with solid pitching and defense allowed the John A. Logan College softball ream to take a pair from Rend Lake Sunday, 4-2 and 9-1. Read more »

Six-Run Second Sparks Logan Nine

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – The John A. Logan College baseball team spotted visiting Lincoln Trail College of Robinson an early 3-0 lead, but rallied to post a six spot in the second inning to take command of the game en route to a 12-6 victory Saturday. Read more »

Lt. Gov. Simon Pays Visit to JALC Campus Touting Benefits of Proposed Senate Bill 16

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – Illinois Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon paid a visit to the John A. Logan College campus Friday touting the benefits of the newly proposed Senate legislation, SB 16, which addresses the inequity in funding for K-12 schools statewide. Read more »

Preparing for Bad Weather Events

Heavy early-morning rains led to the creek overflowing in the north courtyard on the JALC campus. (Logan Media Services photo by John D. Homan)

Heavy early-morning rains led to the creek overflowing in the north courtyard on the JALC campus. (Logan Media Services photo by John D. Homan)

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – While warmer temperatures are much appreciated here in Southern Illinois after an unusually brutal winter, the threat of severe weather is never far from mind. Read more »

Chandler, Franklin Win Faculty Awards

Full-time instructor Tom Chandler addresses one of his sociology classes on campus. (Logan Media Services photo by John D. Homan)

Full-time instructor Tom Chandler addresses one of his sociology classes on campus. (Logan Media Services photo by John D. Homan)

BY TERI CAMPBELL and JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – Two John A. Logan College instructors – one full-time and the other part-time – have been recognized for their work this year with two prestigious awards. Read more »

JALC Community Band and Orchestra to Perform April 13th

jalc-spring-concert-picBY TERI CAMPBELL
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE - The musical talents of the all-volunteer John A. Logan College Community Band and Community Orchestra will be on display at their annual Spring Concert on Sunday, April 13, at 2 p.m. in the JALC conference center. The event is free and open to the public. Read more »

Battling it Out in the Trenches

Jo Poshard, co-founder of the Poshard Foundation for Abused and Neglected children, speaks to a gathering of social workers about the value in fighting the good fight against child abuse. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

Jo Poshard, co-founder of the Poshard Foundation for Abused and Neglected children, speaks to a gathering of social workers about the value in fighting the good fight against child abuse. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – There is no easy win in the ongoing battle to defeat child abuse in Illinois. But a host of experts on the subject were effuse in their praise of those social workers on the front lines fighting the good fight to help improve a child’s life, and in some cases, saving that life. Read more »

Dyersburg State Blasts Logan, 10-3

JALC freshman righthander Trey Waldrop got some relief work in Tuesday against Dyersburg State. Waldrop is a Marion native. (Logan Media Services photo by John D. Homan)

JALC freshman righthander Trey Waldrop got some relief work in Tuesday against Dyersburg State. Waldrop is a Marion native. (Logan Media Services photo by John D. Homan)

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – Success continues to elude the John A. Logan College baseball team when it comes to contests played on Tuesday this spring. The Volunteers are a subpar 2-4 in such games despite a 15-12 overall record. Read more »