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Nightly NewsCap: A day’s worth of headlines for your listening pleasure in AUDIO!

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Topics covered include: wreck on Route 1 in Gallatin County sends all involved to area hospitals; a rash of alleged criminal activity in Mt. Carmel has police hopping; and a Jefferson County man is sentenced in federal court over crack cocaine.

HEAD-ON CRASH IN GALLATIN COUNTY SENDS OCCUPANTS TO AREA HOSPITALS

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A two-vehicle head-on collision has resulted in a citation for one driver, and hospitalization for everyone involved.

HAVE AN AWESOME EASTER, READERS!

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Here, have some flowers.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, APRIL-MAY 2014!

Kim Yost Winningham

The new issue of Disclosure—April-May 2014—is now on stands in all locations, and, as usual, it’s moving fast. Why? Content.

Sentenced for battery of family member

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GALLATIN CO.—What was charged as a battery case in Gallatin County back in January has come to light as having been considerably more than that, and despite the incarceration of the perpetrator, many in Gallatin who know what’s going on are outraged over prosecutor Allen Roe’s handling of the matter.

Mob action goes uncharged in Shawneetown

GALLATIN CO.— In the wake of increased violence, residents of Gallatin County are once again scratching their heads over decisions made by state’s attorney Allen Roe.

COVER YOUR GARDEN IF YOU CAN…COLD WEATHER MAKES A RETURN

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We’re calling this “what the hell” weather.

LOOKING BACK: What was going on the first few days of April in previous years?

Roxanne Schuch

Here’s a rundown of what was going on in the web pages of Disclosure over the past five years, beginning with 2013, on LOOKING BACK.

WHAT ARE ILLINOIS’ LEAST HEALTHY COUNTIES?

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County Health Rankings and Roadmaps, a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin’s Population Health Institute, ranked every county in Illinois from most to least healthy.

LOOKING BACK: What was Disclosure covering in past years at the end of March

James G. Roberts

Ever wonder what we were covering on today’s date in the past five years since the site has been active? Well here’s an active guide to assist you!

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