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THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, CONSOLIDATED ELECTION 2015 PREVIEW!

Bradly Beehn. He used the 'e' ordinarily used in 'Bradley' to fill out the 'Beehn.'

This issue gives you the run-down on our core counties that we regularly cover, their candidates and ballot issues, along with the big stories that are going on in each other regions, and for ease of your reading enjoyment, we present to you THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES.

WRECK IN NOBLE PROMPTS MULTIPLE AGENCY RESPONSE

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A two-car wreck in Noble had responding agencies working this afternoon to get the occupants out of their ditched vehicles.

Locals hoping feds take case — Meth crim chokes up $20K cash bond

RICHLAND CO.— Richland County lawmen’s renewed war on drugs has taken dozens of dope dealers and manufacturers off the streets in recent months, but for every dirtbag sent off to live in a cage, another dirtbag pops up to take his place.

Richland County may see low numbers countywide, but Olney race is of interest

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RICHLAND CO.—A slight bit of competition in the city of Olney as well as a couple of village contests out in the county will probably guarantee a relatively low voter turnout in Richland this Consolidated General Election 2015.

Backgrounds in violence cases prove interesting

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RICHLAND CO.— Folks beating on one another doesn’t appear to have waned much in the county since the last issue, but the background of the alleged victims and of those posting bond often proves just as interesting as the alleged attackers.

AWWWW….FLAV-O-FLAV LOOKS SO SAD

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Looks like Hamilton County finally got their scum…er, man.

WILLIAMSON CO. JURY SEATED…UNTIL PLEA ENTERED IN SEX CASE

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Jury selection went forward today in the case of a Marion man, originally hailing from Noble in Richland County, accused of a sex crime against a child…but a plea disrupted the whole thing.

FUTURE OF MARIJUANA GROW OP FACILITIES REMAINS IFFY

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As if he hadn’t damaged the state’s already pathetic economy enough, dragged his feet on the open carry issue and set up a worse case scenario for his successor, former Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn added to his long list of shame by missing his self imposed year-end deadline to issue permits for the state’s licensing of medical marijuana grow operations.

CORRECTION ON FRONT-PAGE ARTICLE, FEDERAL DRUG CONSPIRACY

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Every once in a while we get some bad information….and a front-pager on stands right now has some.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, MARCH 2015!!

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