• This April 11, 2016 photo shows Harrisburg High School in Harrisburg, Ill. Parts of the High School are 113 years old. School officials worry the district won't have enough money to keep the school open next year if the district doesn't get state money because of Illinois' budget impasse. (AP Photo/Sara Burnett)

    Illinois impasse sparks fears of the unthinkable: No school

    HARRISBURG, Ill. (AP) — The economic hard times that have hit this Illinois coal town are particularly visible inside its 113-year-old high school, where cracks in the walls and holes in the ceiling go unfixed and paint is peeling off the purple lockers lining the hallways.