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Our good deed for the day: HELP THIS EQUALITY DOG FIND ITS WAY HOME

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There’s a dog missing from her home in Equality, and her owners really want some help getting her BACK HOME.

Ridgway pair busted in Elm Street burglary case

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GALLATIN CO.— A Ridgway man is some doo following several incidents last month and it appears he wasn’t alone in his criminality.

Illinois State Police D19 Announces August Activity and Enforcement

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Troopers in District 19, which includes Wabash, Edwards, Wayne, White, Hamilton, Saline, and Gallatin counties, recorded 1,333 incidents during the month.

THIS ISSUE’S PRINT HEADLINES, SEPTEMBER SPECIAL EDITION 2016!

JAY GRIGSBY

Here’s the second of our two-week-turnaround papers for the summer, and this batch was a breeze by comparison to the ones we did last year…probably the big difference being that we didn’t have any snakes after us this year

Lame duck comes through, files charge in truck damage case

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GALLATIN CO. – A man who managed to escape an immediate charge after allegedly inflicting damage on a Shawneetown man’s vehicle was only able to elude it by a matter of days.

THIS ISSUE’S PRINT HEADLINES, AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2016!

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WELCOME to the first issue of August, the August-September 2016 edition!

Drug suspect threatens to shoot witness

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GALLATIN CO.— Although crime never seems to take a holiday, criminals can run hot and cold given what season of the year it may be.

Lame duck leaves crimes to be addressed by civil OPs

GALLATIN CO. – A couple of OPs filed over the past several weeks in Gallatin County seem to indicate that the weirdness that’s stricken other counties in the coverage area (in particular, Crawford, which had a run of people beating up other people).

ISP District 19 Announces July Activity and Enforcement

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Illinois State Police District 19 Interim Commander, Lieutenant Cory Ristvedt, this week announced activity and enforcement figures for the month of July.

THIS ISSUE’S PRINT HEADLINES, AUGUST SPECIAL EDITION 2016!

Harrisburg police chief Whipper Johnson

This issue turned out to be much more of a scorcher than even WE thought it was going to be

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