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EARLY MORNING FIRE LEADS TO CANCELLATION OF CLASSES AT OLNEY CENTRAL COLLEGE

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Authorities say the fire that broke out early this morning, Saturday, February 21, at Olney Central College has lead to the cancellation of classes Monday, February 23.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, FEBRUARY/MARCH 2015!!

Caleb Gallion. How did he get that black eye? You'll be interested to find out!

Here we are with another back-to-back, every-three-week issue, packed with colossal information that YOU are going to want to read…and what better way to find out what’s in the print edition than THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES!

Nightly NewsCap: Well, THIS turned out to be a busy day!

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Topics covered include: Effingham County dispatches of of their drug-induced homicide perps; Ridgway man is sentenced by the feds for growing pot in Gallatin County; two Clay County men are indicted by the feds on meth-related charges; two Richland County people are busted by the feds on meth-related charges; two White County men are sent to federal prison, one for meth, one for child porn; and this month’s issue is on stands, don’t forget to check out the e-Edition as we have e-Edition X-tras this issue!

TWO RICHLAND COUNTY RESIDENTS INDICTED ON METH-RELATED CHARGES

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Jesse L. Benefield, 27, of Claremont, and Sherry K. Auteberry, 49, of Olney, were indicted on February 3, on methamphetamine related charges in a two count Indictment returned by a Federal Grand Jury sitting in Benton

Illegal village mayor files legal paperwork against village tenants to whom he rents

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RICHLAND CO.—A man who only a few years back had been forced to openly admit he was in the country illegally has recently been taking up the court’s time in Richland County trying to collect rent from allegedly deadbeat tenants.

Strangulation and a punch from Villa Grove reported

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RICHLAND CO.— There seems to be a bit of a lull in the level of violence in the county this issue.

Richland County prosecutor struggles with dangling things and four pounds of weed

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RICHLAND CO.— A Noble man with pending cases involving violence reaching back to March 18, 2014, has been arrested on a gun and drug charge.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2015!

This photo from 17-year-old Xzavier Gibbs’ Facebook page is not tagged (identifying anyone in the pic); however, it appears Gibbs is the one third from left. The thug-wannabes are shown pretending to “shoot”...giving rise to the suspected proclivities of those Gibbs hangs out with.

It’s on the stands and it’s flying off the shelves…and the e-Edition day passes are mounting up…it’s the January/February special edition (second of the month of January) 2015! And we’re going to give you a little preview of what’s in it by posting THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, which are a view of each article in […]

Nightly NewsCap: What a DAY in the readership area…in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Edwards County crims get sentenced; former Gallatin County state’s attorney Keely Dobbs-Wright is hooked up with the wrong guy AGAIN; Robinson man busted on burglary charges in Crawford County; and a member of the Earp/Trout bunch rears his ugly head in Hamilton County with the arrest of a Broughton man associated.

ARRESTS MADE LAST NIGHT IN BROUGHTON INVOLVE MEMBER OF EARP/TROUT BUNCH

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The specter of the Earp/Trout trash that still, apparently, haunts southern Illinois to this day has arisen again, this time yesterday in Broughton in Hamilton County.

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