THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, NOVEMBER (ELECTION EDITION) 2012!!
Here are your print headlines for the latest issues of Disclosure and Disclosure Heartland, on stands beginning today, October 26, 2012, and continuing through tomorrow until all deliveries are complete. The headlines are preceded by the dateline and followed by a brief synopsis of what the article is about. This issue, like all previous issues since August, will be on stands for ONLY THREE WEEKS. The next issue will follow the election with complete post-coverage; this issue gives the rest of the election preview begun in the October Special Edition.
JASPER CO.—Warning signs ignored in arson: The story we wanted to get to last month but the news budget shot it. There’s a guy in Jasper County that’s been allowed to run amok. People are wondering what’s going to have to happen that will get this guy locked up. This is a must-read for Jasper County residents.
LAWRENCE CO.—Heavy contention; State’s attorney race gets heated: The big-ticket item in Lawrence is the state’s attorney’s race. For many, it’s not much of a decision: Fiscal irresponsibility and more lawsuits in the form of Lisa Wade, or fiscal responsibility and some justice brought against some of the serious criminals in Lawrence in the form of Chris Quick. But for some, they’d rather keep the corruption going because they benefit from it. You need to look at who’s supporting who, and figure it out for yourselves…then vote accordingly.
HARRISBURG—Gang/drug-related drive-by shootings continue: The shootings in the Granger Street area of tha ‘burg are increasing and have been going on a lot longer than folks realize. What’s being done about it? Not much.
CRAWFORD—School janitor charged with girl’s locker room video: Danny Bonnell, charged. But what was he doing with the recordings?
WHITE CO.—Motions show course murder case is taking; defense motion to suppress ‘confession,’ DNA requested from girlfriend by state: The case of accused murderer Danny K. Coston of Centerville continues through court, with follow up about his girlfriend, Candice Brown, also charged in connection with the case.
HARDIN CO.—Many say best hope for future of law enforcement has been there all along: Who’s running for sheriff in Hardin County? We’ve got an interview with the best candidate.
SALINE CO.—Early morning gunshot victim jailed: Carlos Flowers. He a gewd guy, so sayeth his fans. He’s a FELON and is charged with being in possession of a weapon is what he IS.
CLAY CO.—Suspects nabbed in burglaries; mentally ill at it again: Some strange little things going on in Clay, including a transplant form Edwards, Greg Doty, who is where Brian James O’Neill Jr. should be.
JASPER CO.—Islamic-based beliefs look to be tested following charges of counterfeit plate: This is a bizarre story of a guy coming into Newton from Marion County, Ind., who’s part of some concocted “nation,” complete with fake documents. Sharia Law, anyone?
SO. ILL.—Election coverage continues; some counties have contested offices, but most do not: We continue the election coverage with Edwards, Hamilton, Jasper, Wabash, Wayne and White counties.
SALINE CO.—13 of 23 will make the cut for county board: Why is David Phelps running for county board, and can Saline County take it if he wins? Plus, what’s up with the coroner’s race? We examine all of it.
117TH DISTRICT—Three-way battle for the 177th District rep: Three guys—John Bradley, Chris McCann, and Dale Dorch, are vying to go to the statehouse from the district that encompasses Williamson, Franklin & part of Hamilton. We examine them in brief.
CRAWFORD CO.—Crawford County: State’s attorney, county board issues and referenda: The head line says it all. Except we have a few little tidbits of information about the county board race that we have updated, and you won’t read anywhere else.
JUDICIAL CIRCUITS—VOTE NO TO RETAIN JUDGES: This is our ongoing coverage of the fact that JUDGES DON’T HAVE TO BE RETAINED every six years, and we’ll be expounding on this here at the site before the election. But there are only two judges up for retention in the Second Circuit, the circuit that’s in the largest part of Disclosure‘s coverage area…and those are Chris Weber and Melissa Drew….we’ll give you two guesses as to which one we’re calling for dumping, and the first guess doesn’t count.
RICHLAND CO.—(Second in a series or articles about attempt to stop publication) Publisher assaulted by brother in public: The second of what REALLY has happened to us over the past two years as we’ve been victimized by, first, Olney attorney Chuck Roberts, then members of our family as orchestrated by Roberts.
RICHLAND CO.—Holder holds out background as qualifications for office: Republican candidate for Richland County Circuit Clerk Zach Holder is an amazing guy. This article tells you what it is that’s amazing about him.
SO. ILL.—The Missing in southern Illinois; Where have they gone?: Ed Hataway is still missing…as are Joel Moore and Beth Bentley. Why are the investigations into these people who’ve disappeared off the face of the earth languishing in old folders on authorities’ desks? We examine the answers.
WAYNE CO.—Ballot question in Wayne County may have a challenge in the future from Clay County: Trust Wayne Co. to screw up something on the ballot. They have, and it may have implications that reach into a crucial decision in Clay. Pick up a copy to see; we’re not gonna give it away here.
RICHLAND CO.—War on drugs looks more like a fundraiser: What horror has David Hyde and his band of merry men (cops) wrought? The meth-heads are prevailing in Richland County, and the authorities are popping them for next-to-nothing offenses.
GALLATIN CO.—Unruly court reporter leads crim report: Our least favorite court reporter in the world has a lead foot. Hey, when I get a speeding ticket, I write about it. Our taxpayer-supported guys and gals get no break.
WABASH CO.—Jones gets her due, but may never collect: Daniel Butler is basically a useless waste of human flesh….but Judge Steve Sawyer says he must pay three-quarters of a million dollars. Is this an insult to permanently-injured Bethany Jones, a figurative punishment, or a futile move?
SALINE CO.—Druggies made second run at cell heist: Felicia Rush and Lenard Smock. What a pair.
EDWARDS CO.—Mental fitness examination ordered in intimidation case: When people actually ACT crazy, they SHOULD submit to a mental fitness exam.
HAMILTON CO.—Stolen card paid for bill, purloined water and the battering of Mary: Crim roundup from HamCo….interesting stuff, actually.
WABASH CO.—Synthetic weed predominant cause of arrests: Cannabinoid versus cannabidinol. There’s a big difference. But the WabCo crims don’t care.
LAWRENCE CO.—Dope brought to a fight with a sex offender: Only in Lawrence County could we have a headline like this….
NEWTON—K9 unit purchase being considered: Coverage of the latest Newton city council meeting.
OLNEY—Scaring adults and children alike: We had the headline to this article, complete with huge photo of Brian James O’Neill’s fat ass, placed on the page about three days before he was charged with harassing two little girls at his house. This freak is out of control, and this article, with the update added in, tells how and why.
WAYNE CO.—Drugs and a rape charge focus of police log: Stuff from the Wayne Co. courthouse crawl. Not that anyone in a position of authority would do anything to affect it, but we’re reporting it, all the same.
JASPER CO.—County board recognizes state champs; punts ‘protest fund’: Coverage we’re now bringing you from Jasper County board meetings!
SALINE CO.—Carrier Mills man confesses to molesting step-daughter, sex offender caught cruising bus stop: The chomo report, with Ronnie Wagoner and Raymond Brindley, respectively.
WHITE CO.—Insane wrestling event leads to one man being charged with felony battery: And HE wasn’t even rasslin!
SALINE CO.—Violent drunk busted for beating his wife: You have to read this one just to see this guy’s mug shot.
SALINE CO.—Shagwell’s dust-up lands Watson fan behind bars: A lot of misguided people are fans of Jim Watson’s in Harrisburg. Here’s what happens when one goes to the bar up the street from Poor Boys.
CRAWFORD CO.—Animal torture, cocaine and sexual assault focus of latest police blotter: They got all manner of hell going on in Crawford…we’re feelin kind of sorry for everybody there this month….
SURLY & UNCOOPERATIVE—Experiencing nightmare during blood draw
ICY—Frack it all; I’m going to Arkansas. Back later
PROSE & CONS—Creating division in America, one anxiety at a time
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
Possible sale of Clay County Hospital examined; We’re interested in knowing the real reason Phelps was fired, too; Has allegations about sitting/possibly soon-to-be-elected judge; Kids speak out against what’s going on in their school; Plea for help from Eldorado; Begs to differ on opinion of White Co. authorities; Concerned about child porn case languishing: Flav squeaks our of traffic charge; And speaking of Earps…; Most of Lawrence is wondering where E-911 is.
BACK OVER YOUR TALES returns this month, with sex offenders Paul E. Woods, Randall Ashby and Kenny Busby, crazed Wisconsin shooter Tyler Peterson, AJ Heid being bad all over three counties, Mendenhall murder cases continue, and much more.
IN DISCLOSURE HEARTLAND:
EDGAR CO.—Credit card abuse by mayor may involve judge: Mayor Craig Smith may be the most corrupt attorney/mayor we’ve ever heard of…and now, he’s pulled a local judge into it.
CUMBERLAND CO.—Counties have some tough contested races: Run-down of Cumberland County election info, where there are three candidates for a couple of major offices, and we’re glad to see such participation.
EDGAR CO.—Sheriff’s employee ticketed in S.O.S. confusion: What many were wringing their nasty hands in glee over turned out to be nothing but a mail forwarding issue. Sorry to disappoint, haters.
EDGAR CO.—Former deputy files suit; owes back taxes: Well, NOW we know why Dee Burgin is filing this ridiculous suit against the county…he CAN’T PAY HIS TAXES.
EDGAR CO.—Prosecutor could use refresher course: Why is Mark Isaf even a state’s attorney? Oh, that’s right….because he has a law degree, because no one will run against him, and because Craig Smith is is former law partner. This article is all about why they call it “practicing law”….because they never get it right.
COLES CO.—State’s attorney race features perpetual candidate, who may yet emerge the victor: Todd Reardon has a PR problem…but can he get the “rebellion vote” in Coles for prosecutor?
EDGAR CO.—Edgar facing pivotal ballot propositions: The Clark-Edgar Rural Water District has been allowed to function under corruption that would make a Chicago politician blush. Now, voters have the chance to reduce that stigma somewhat. Read this article to see how.
EAST CENTRAL ILL.—Not too many choices in this year’s election; some good, some bad…but please VOTE: the headline says it all. We give East Central Illinois the roundup from Presidential on down.
CLARK CO.—Clark voters will select circuit clerk; several county board competitions on the ballot: Clark’s roundup for pre-election.
EAST CENTRAL ILL.—VOTE NO TO RETAIN JUDGES: Again, two judges to be retained in the Fourth Circuit; it’s up to the voters whether to do so, but PLEASE vote in this case, as a “blank” retention vote is a “yes” retention vote.
EDGAR CO.—Habitual offender sought in connection with burglary: A bit of crim round-up for EC.
COLES CO.—Sorry vodka thief jailed after apology: Coles has the dumbest crims. This article alone is proof enough.
COLES CO.—Drunk, frisky trespasser busted after trying to force hug on stranger: And if you needed more proof that Coles crims are stupid, try this one.
CLARK CO.—Child endangerment and pilfering pills from patients charged: A bit of crim roundup from Clark Co.
COLES CO.—Predatory sexual assault charged: Alleged sex crimes from the stupid crim capital.
COLES CO.—Tip leads to morphine: The drug-related crim roundup from Coles.
COLES CO.—Charged with shoplifting at grocery store: The sticky-fingered crim report from Coles
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