Alhambra Primary Leopards are embarking on the fifth annual Crusin’ with Character Program. This adventure consists of running and walking 13.1 miles total within 13 weeks. Students also built character through program designed to reduce exposure to media violence
Woodcrest Small Engine and Saw Repair in Highland has a new owner and has undergone a change of address. Shaun Horstmann is the new owner and the business has relocated to a new location at 705 Broadway.
Law enforcement agencies across Madison County will partner with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) on April 30 to collect expired, or unwanted, prescription or over-the-counter medications.
James Lopes, 40, now faces six felony charges alleging that he attempted to solicit adults into having sex with children via the internet, and gave children cards imprinted with a website that contained his teachings regarding sex between adults and children as a religious rite.
The Highland Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting nominations for the highly coveted Business Person of the Year Award, Bob Hardy Citizen of the Year Award, Bill Pierce Chamber Member of the Year Award and the Homer Poss Lifetime Achievement Award.
Highland High School Athletic Director Caleb Houchins said the hiring of veteran coach Brian Perkes to take over the reins of the Bulldogs boys basketball team is exciting because he will be a great asset to the program.