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Southeastern Illinois College revitalizes Pharmacy Technician program

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Southeastern Illinois College (SIC) is bringing back their certified Pharmacy Technician Program.

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Parents picking up students after reports of bedbugs at Marion High School Video included

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Some parents are picking their children up early after reports of bed bugs at Marion High School.

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Herrin Elementary educators proud of rating improvements Video included

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Herrin Elementary School received a special honor from the state for improving its Illinois Report Card rating to an exemplary rating. 

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Apprenticeship program garners support as need for labor set to increase Video included

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With the recent passage of a $45 billion infrastructure bill, Illinois is expected to see a rapid increase in demand for construction laborers.  

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Daily Egyptian wins award for third consecutive year

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The Daily Egyptian, Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s student-produced newspaper has won one of the nation’s top online collegiate awards for the third year in a row.

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Lawmakers propose additional financial aid to keep teachers in Illinois Video included

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As more teachers are needed in Illinois, lawmakers are looking at financial incentives to encourage more graduates to remain here. 

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Recreational cannabis will not be allowed at SIU in 2020, despite new law Video included

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In several weeks, Illinois residents over the age of 21 will be able to legally use recreational marijuana, but not everywhere.

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Voice actor surprises Poplar Bluff students on Scooby-Doo Day

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PBJHS celebrates Scooby-Doo Day with celebrity guest appearance

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New school buses feature stop arm cameras, A/C, USB ports, WiFi Video included

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Some local high school students will be riding to bus in style in three brand new WiFi-equipped school buses.

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Northwestern paper's apology sparks journalism debate

Student journalists at Northwestern University tried to apologize after their peers complained about coverage of a speech on campus and protests of it.

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Another school district sues leading e-cigarette maker Juul

Another school district is suing leading e-cigarette maker Juul, claiming that its devices create "enormous distractions for students."

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Illinois EPA student contest focuses on algae's effect

Illinois' environmental agency is enlisting fifth and sixth grade students to educate people about how algae affects bodies of water using art or language. More>>

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