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Christopher Cleveland

A contingency plea of sorts has been entered in the case of a West Salem man who broke the ribs of his infant son.


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A well-known Carmi nursing home is closing its doors.


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Wabash County Sheriff Derek Morgan has issued information regarding weekend arrests in his county in southeastern Illinois.

Inmate sues prison personnel

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LAWRENCE CO.—A Cook County murderer has caused a stir at Lawrence Correctional Center, having won an appeal as a pro se litigant in a Prisoner Civil Rights case against the administration at LCC in Sumner.

IEPA onto Foster

Gerald Foster, shown here in a Richland County mugshot upon his arrest on a DUI in May, has been sued by Illinois’ Attorney General on Illinois Environmental Protection Agency alleged violations at his salvage yards.

RICHLAND CO.—Coming on the heels of his DUI charge back in May, the Illinois Attorney General has filed a civil suit against Gerald Foster effectively seeking to shut down his properties located just outside Olney and just outside of Noble.

Chief’s son’s party makes waves

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CLAY/MARION COs.—A party at a rural Marion County location belonging to the chief of police of Flora in neighboring Clay made a social networking impact, but little else in real life, back in mid-June.

Youngster sues Lawrence County sheriff after arrest and alleged illegal detention

LAWRENCE CO.—Represented by one of the best attorneys in downstate Illinois, a teen is suing the Lawrence County sheriff in his official capacity over a situation that emerged after the boy’s arrest a little more than a year ago.

Olney man sues popular restaurant for ‘unhealthful food’ after strange experience

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RICHLAND CO.—One of Olney’s favorite restaurants has found itself the subject of a civil lawsuit filed in Richland County circuit court in July over a very odd circumstance a local man has alleged against them.

McKamey Manor still seeking to site in McLeansboro despite opposition

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McLEANSBORO—In a phone interview Friday, July 17, California entrepreneur Russ McKamey has cleared up the massive brouhaha surrounding his intention to site his world-famous “haunt” in McLeansboro:

Carolyn Sue Glore-McGhee finally into something that even a little black book won’t get her out of

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U.S. DISTRICT COURT, BENTON—After threatening to release certain names if she was ever busted for anything even remotely serious, Carolyn Sue Glore McGhee apparently wasn’t able to make good on her threats.

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