Honeywell, union go back to the table
Negotiators with Honeywell and United Steelworkers Local 7-669 will go back to the bargaining table on Thursday and Friday, with union members representing 134 hourly workers at the Metropolis faci...
Unit One hears Head Start presentation
Will it go or will it stay? That seemed to be the underlying question as Angie Messmer and Nancy Holt, of Southern Seven Health Department (S7HD) Head Start, addressed the Massac Unit One School bo...
Homecoming events will soon be underway
Staff Report Homecoming activities are scheduled for next week at Massac County High School. This year’s homecoming theme is “Passport to Homecoming.” The classes will compete during the week of ho...
Big John taken down temporarily
Tuesday morning Big John was a bit broken up and later on found to be laying down on the job, but for a good reason - he's going to get a make over. Big John will be refurbished by Dave Fletcher at...
PPA has not risen
When it came time for this month’s utility bill, the PPA, or Purchase Power Adjustment, amount even caught the eye of city attorney Rick Abell. “I thought it was unusual, too,” he told Alderman Bil...
City passes appropriations ordinance
By a unanimous vote, the Metropolis City Council adopted the 2014-15 Appropriations Ordinance at its meeting Monday night. Aldermen Kim Brown, David Daugherty and Richard Corzine were absent from t...
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