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THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, SEPTEMBER 2014!

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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.

COLLECTION OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES: SAFT

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This photo is the collection of school supplies and cash that was received during the September 2, 2014 Super Awesome Fun Time (SAFT) benefit, held at the city park in Olney.

Lawrenceville man charged with pointing laser light at helicopter

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RICHLAND CO.— A Lawrenceville man has found himself in some hot water after deciding he would point a laser light at a helicopter as if was flying at or near the Richland County Hospital.

Repeat offenders and rural arrests focus of Richland County drug report

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RICHLAND CO.— The number of drug arrests in rural areas of Richland County appears to be on the upswing, but the amount of repeat offenders appears to have remained fairly constant.

Olney City Council votes to approve siting of medical marijuana facility at special meeting

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OLNEY—A reconvened Olney city council meeting was held two days after the last Monday meeting of the month of August—on the 27th. And at this meeting, Mayor Ray Vaughn let the public know that they were there to discuss an ordinance, which would authorize a development agreement with Delta 9 Global or related party for 17.36 acres on Shipley Road in Olney.

Nightly NewsCap: A VERY busy news day all across the region, brought to you in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: First Financial Bank robbery in Farmersburg, Indiana, one of many; an old guy, out of the federal pen, allegedly attempts robbery of another bank, this one in Mt. Vernon, Illinois; Lawrenceville problem child Angela June Shoulders busted again in Knox County, Indiana; and two U.S. District Court cases are resolved, both of them involving locals.

RESOLUTION TO A COUPLE OF FEDERAL CASES IN WHICH LOCALS WERE CHARGED

Christopher Spivey, from a May 21 post on his Facebook page.

The U.S. District Court (federal) system has been busy lately resolving several cases that involve locals, including a Mt. Vernon nurse sentenced for prescription drug abuse, and an Olney man found guilty of cheating the system while in the Richland County Jail.

TWO-YEAR-OLD MURDER CASE: NEW INFORMATION MADE AVAILABLE

Ed Hataway

In just two weeks, it will be the two-year anniversary of when Ed Hataway disappeared at age 61, from his home just outside of Olney.

Nightly NewsCap: Another busy news day, with your headlines in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Danny Coston’s appeals argument heard in Mt Vernon yesterday; Cindy Stearns gets sentence in the killing of her father in Williamson County; names released in yesterday’s U.S. 50 wreck; Edgar County Watchdogs plugged on Reboot Illinois; sad anniversary of the plane crash that killed Paris pilot Rusty Bogue a year ago today; Tina Williams finally arrested in Hardin County; former Carbondale teacher Jordan McGuire exonerated in Evansville sex trial; and the Olney city council approves siting of a medical marijuana facility after a short meeting this afternoon.

OLNEY CITY COUNCIL APPROVES MEDICAL MARIJUANA FACILITY

Olney mayor Ray Vaughn

A reconvened meeting was held two days after the last Monday meeting of the month, which was at 4 p.m. today (Aug. 27).

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