IHSA Forced to Reschedule Bass Fishing Tournament Due to High WaterThis year marks the third year that the Illinois High School Association is having to delay its state bass fishing tournament due to high water levels on Carlyle Lake.
Fishermen Save Drowning Boy at Carlyle Lake, Win Bass TournamentThe young boy was airlifted to a St. Louis hospital and his current condition wasn't immediately known.
Offer To Reopen Horseshoe Lake Park ThwartedSouthwestern Electric Co-op turns down local park district's offer to pay power bill owed by state of Illinois
Gov. Rauner Visits Carlyle LakeState's chief executive said some in deep southern Illinois refuse to evacuate despite flooding threat
6-Year-Old Champaign Boy Chokes to Death on MarshmallowAuthorities in southern Illinois say a 6-year-old Champaign boy choked to death on part of marshmallow while at a private campground on Carlyle Lake.
E.coli Concerns at Carlyle Lake AddressedLatest water samples meet all state and federal regulations for safe public use
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Reward Offered for Duck PoacherPrivate sportsmen are donating a $1,000 reward to find the poacher who killed dozens of ducks at Carlyle Lake.
Dozens Of Dead Ducks Found At Carlyle Lake; Police Search For PoacherAn investigation is underway of the illegal killing of more than 30 ducks at Carlyle Lake.
Trade Groups Update Mississippi River Forecast, Continue Push For Missouri River WaterLast week, the Army Corps of Engineers released water from Carlyle Lake down the Kaskaskia River in order to stave off a potential shutdown in early-January.
Army Corps of Engineers Releases Carlyle Lake Water, Pushing Back Shutdown DateThe release, according to the American Waterways Operators and Waterways Council, Inc, could avoid a complete shutdown until at least mid-January.
Rock Blasting to Begin on Mississippi River Barge operators along a key stretch of the Mississippi River braced Monday for months of restricted shipping as crews prepared to begin blasting large rock formations that are impeding navigation on the drought-plagued waterway.