THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, OCTOBER SPECIAL EDITION 2012!
Here are your print headlines for the annual October Special Edition, which contains a portion of this year’s presidential/general election coverage; the rest will be given in the regular October edition, which will be out in a little more than two weeks. Deliveries for this issue are expected to be complete by tonight, whereupon we may be covering some area meetings in South Counties (just wait and see about THAT…) Disclosure Heartland deliveries will commence tomorrow as we are able to reach those counties following the Danny K. Coston pretrial conference in White County at 9 a.m.; be watching for coverage.
Each print headlines is preceded by a dateline (the location where the article’s information originates) and is followed by a brief synopsis.
RICHLAND CO.—OP attempt to block publishing rights fails—Contrary to what Brian James O’Neill is claiming, the basis of the entire OP ordeal I’m involved in is a publishing matter. We beat it, because I took an OP as opposed to compromising my rights to publish. This is the first in a series….and you’re not going to believe the shit these people have put us through.
WHITE CO.—’Not Guilty’ plea entered in murders; plea comes days after girlfriend arrested—You might think you’re up to date on the situation with the Wheeler/Evans murders. If you haven’t read this article, you’re not. There’s a lot brewing behind the scenes, and we said a little over a month ago that info we were producing would piss some people off…get ready…this is the beginning of that.
LAWRENCE CO.—NO PLEA AGREEMENT—Everyone who was wondering why there was no update on the Bob Westall murder case last month can rest easy this month: it’s on the front page, and boy are some taters steamed in Lawrence County….especially those belonging to their prosecutor, who wants to be reelected next month.
HARRISBURG—STORM brewing in Harrisburg?—This story has been brewing for a number of months, ever since Tim Hershey got in contact with us; it took until September to sort out the details with the appropriate public officials. We have both sides of the story, and we feel like we did a level job. You read it, and let us know.
ELDORADO—Locals wonder if suit will arise from dog’s death—The sad tale of the death of Smokey, the adorable German Shepherd owned by Jason Robershaw….and further, what Jason plans to do about it. We’re covering it…be watching.
CLAY CO.—Pair of Shady men charged in burglaries—A bit of advice: If you live on a street with “Shady” anything in its name (Shady Lane, Shady Acres, etc), don’t go into crime, or journalists will be merciless with your stories.
CRAWFORD CO.—Felon leads police on high-speed chase—Crawford crim round-up.
NEWTON—Good humor dominates city council meeting—Nice to hear about pleasant government meetings in the area.
OLNEY—Contention arises over authorities’ efforts, or lack thereof, regarding missing man—Ed Hataway is still missing. In this article, we tell you what the other media is missing about the case, and the slack way authorities dealt with it that may have caused crucial time to be lost in his recovery.
LAWRENCE CO.—Correction/amplification: We had it wrong about a county board meeting last issue. This is an explanation of how we had it wrong.
OLNEY—Olney Arts Council Arts in the Park photo layout. We’re not very happy with the print job on this. We’re working on that.
LAWRENCEVILLE—Suspension of city employees develops into charges, arrests for official misconduct and theft—Three have been arrested and charged, and the details aren’t very clear exactly as to why…unless someone has lied/is lying. Which, because it’s Lawrence County, is an inherent problem no matter which way you approach it.
ELECTION COVERAGE—Important choices facing voters in downstate Illinois’ 2012 General Election, including a ballot referendum statewide. We break it down for you on the national, state and local level, splitting counties we cover between this month and next.
CRAWFORD CO.—Beating victim returns, lost and struggling—We have an exclusive interview with beating victim Harlie Walters-Johnson of Oblong…and it’s not quite what you’d expect.
JASPER CO.—State taxpayers-supported, court-ordered counseling comes under fire—Lots of cases in Jasper County, and some of the teat-suckers there think the Southeastern Illinois Mental Health Center is somehow going to help these people.
SALINE CO.—Cocaine snitch sends one to prison over report of hidden shank as she cuts deal—Just when you thought Carolyn “Butter” McGhee was off the radar, she goes whining about something else.
RICHLAND CO.—Walmart one-stop-shopping for area dopers?—A bevy of Richland’s most attractive criminals find themselves hemmed up, as each subhead says, for pseudoephedrine.
ELDORADO—STD catches up with meth dealer in park—This one wins my nomination for goofiest story of the issue.
WHITE CO.—Sex offender gets four years for not registering—A White Co. roundup, which includes the largely-useless Eli James (in the headline), and the very freaky Mark Golden.
OLNEY—Town pest still annoys; leaf pick-up problems—The city of Olney has more problems than errant leaf pick-up issues…they have Brian James O’Neill, who is single-handedly driving businesses away from downtown and preventing others from siting in the city. And the city ‘leaders’ are lacking the testicular fortitude needed to deal with his shit….so what’s going to happen? is he going to be allowed to ruin Olney…or is there going to have to be an incident wherein his vulgar mouth is going to run away from his skanknasty ass and someone will give him the ultimate thumping of his life? Stick around…with O’Neill, it always CAN get worse.
HARDIN—Pot bust tops blotter—The two punks in Herod who Gideon Frailey came to the defense of last month have been charged…and he has no defense for that, as he himself has been locked up.
BRIDGEPORT—Chase ends with TASERing; perp lawyers up to fight meth charge—Bridgeport’s last remaining ‘cop,’ Scott Murray, “found meth” on Ricky Brochin. Really? Once again, Lisa Wade goes overboard listening to crooked cops, and probably to her detriment, as Brochin’s family isn’t playing, and is going to fight back.
HARDIN CO.—Man beaten over sex offense—Only in Hardin County….two liquored-up dumbasses go beat up a guy who was charged with a sex offense for allegedly having sex with the underage sister of one of them, whom the other one supposedly set them up to be seeing each other, and oh, yeah, the one who supposedly set them up is ALSO charged with a sex offense. Oooookay…take it back to Kentucky, guys.
GALLATIN CO.—Martin Saga almost at an end: Tina sentenced with slap on the wrist—A huge segment of Gallatin County is pissed off over Tina Naas Martin’s sentencing outcome. This article explains why.
SURLY & UNCOOPERATIVE: And God has plans, even for the Jacks of the world—Jack addresses associate judges, how we get them, how we can UN-get them, and the detestable Brian James O’Neill.
ICY: Hellified frignosis and a month of my life in it—Our ordeal in Cumberland County across a few weeks….and the shit Ang has had to endure from other fronts.
PROSE & CONS: Last sanity-stop before ‘lesser of two evils’—Bubba Minkus (aka Brian Ellis) addresses the two “choices” for president this election year, which are a direct result of generations voting for the lesser of two evils.
ASK MIKE: Ghostly iPhone/Android apps; haunted houses—Our Q&A ghost guy addresses Airtight Bridge and other locals to the north of us.
NO Back Over Your Tales this issue, as five years ago wasn’t an election year and we didn’t have an October Special Edition. Next issue, a continuation of the election matter, as well as of the bogus OP case I’m involved in, MAY be on stands as early as October 25 or 26….be watching….
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