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Nightly NewsCap: Your headlines for the past 24 hours in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Wreck on Illinois 13 sends four people to the hospital; Carbondale woman sentenced in federal meth conspiracy case; Olney Police Department announces a scam alert; and Angelo Hightower’s action against the city of Marion.

OLNEY PD ISSUES STATEMENT ON MAGAZINE SOLICITOR

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The Olney Police Department has issued information regarding something going on within the city currently

STRANGE SITUATION A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO IN OLNEY ONE OF MANY

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There are a lot of weird things that happen in the city of Olney (various protestors over things that shouldn’t be protested at city meetings being among that number), but the weirdest seems to happen when it comes to crimes.

Nightly NewsCap: Lyndi returns with some big headlines in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Eldorado “kidnapping” suspects have a quick day in court in Missouri, where they were caught last week; details of Lawrenceville man caught up on sex charges in Daviess County, Indiana; and last night’s Olney city council meeting was peopled with folks who haven’t enlightened themselves despite all the quality information out there on medical marijuana.

DEVIL WEED: MAYOR TAKES CONTROL OF MEETING AFTER PUBLIC FUSS OVER POSSIBLE POT FACILITY CITING

Olney mayor Ray Vaughn

Despite the fact that no decisions have been made by the council to approve a medical marijuana facility in District 12, some citizens of Olney felt the need to voice their concerns to the council of the looming prospects that could occur if such a facility were established in their district.

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

Saline County State’s Attorney Mike Henshaw, left, is shown here next to county board member Danny Gibbs, who was acting chairman in the absence of chairman Carey Harbison at the July 8 special board meeting, further explaining how a well staffed judicial system would naturally bring much needed revenue into county coffers simply by working the way it was designed to.

After one of the most arduous production weeks in terms of gathering material and dealing with other factors, we’re proud to present the July-August 2014 edition of Disclosure!

Youth battered, police mute

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OLNEY—A situation of either a hit-and-run driver, or a fight, that reportedly started at a location between Olney and Noble and ended at the Olney McDonald’s restaurant has left friends and family of a 17-year-old Olney boy perplexed over local law enforcement’s response to the matter.

Poker Run and a new animal shelter topics of discussion at Richland County Board

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RICHLAND CO.—The July meeting of the Richland County board, held July 10, was brief and included the usual cast of characters, with the keen exception of county office holders, State’s Attorney David Hyde and Sheriff Andy Hires…and provided a little more insight into the warped mind of one of the board members when it comes to animals.

Earp/Trout beating victim assaulted again

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RICHLAND CO.— The beating victim of a mob of thugs who ran practically untouchable through the streets of Olney and surrounding counties for nearly a decade has been found beaten again.

Medical marijuana facility could be coming to Olney area, city vies for grow op siting

OLNEY—At the first Olney city council meeting of the month of July (July 14), the beginning of the meeting started off quickly with several motions passed without much discussion until the last item on the list was ready to be addressed…and it appears that Olney, like many cities throughout the state, has tossed its hat into the ring as the latest to court the state’s medical marijuana grow op facility siting.

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