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Topics covered include: Former Williamson County state’s attorney Chuck Garnati censured by the Attorney Registry and Disciplinary Commission four days after his ‘retirement,’ and the Arkansas man who scammed Edwards County residents and a business makes full restitution after turning himself in and negotiating a plea.

MAN ENTERS PLEA TO REDUCED CHARGE AFTER DRIVEWAY PAVING SCAM

Jack L. Harrison, Sr.

The man who scammed a Albion resident out of quite a bit of money this past April has been sentenced in Edwards County circuit court after a plea deal.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, SEPTEMBER 2014!

earnst, nick c

Lucky you, dear readers! Because the news continues to rain down on us like a firestorm, we’ve decided to have an issue every three weeks until the end of the year.

Family questions authorities’ hesitation in releasing the body of son after suicide

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WEST SALEM—The death of a 14-year-old boy in West Salem this past June remains unresolved, and sources close to the family have reported that his family is disturbed by the delay.

West Salem man accused of damaging lawnmower, then threatening a witness he told

EDWARDS CO.— A West Salem man faces a felony charge following an incident involving a lawnmower.

Water District sues oil company

EDWARDS CO.—An area water district has filed suit against an oil operator in Edwards County.

ISP RELEASES INFORMATION ABOUT WEEKEND “INCREASED PATROLS”

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People who weren’t wearing their seatbelts were the largest target bloc of Illinois State Police, as their stepped-up patrols this past week leading up to Labor Day weekend netted not a lot elsewise for all the hype put into it.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2014!!

hill, greg

Can you believe it’s almost Fall?? This year has flown by…and there’s been plenty of news to report, especially throughout the Summer.

HEAVY RAINS FORECAST FOR THE REGION THIS EVENING

The mess that hit us overnight, now off to the east...but more is to come

Overnight storms dumped nearly two inches of rain on the region, and in some locations, flood watches have been issued…but there’s more to come.

THE MAN WITH THE WEIRD NAME FINALLY GETS SENTENCED IN EDWARDS

Kitch Cole Kitchen

Years ago we first wrote about Kitch Cole Kitchen, and now, his case, which has been working its way through Edwards County circuit court with multiple violations added, has finally ended with a DOC sentence.

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