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Hey readers, we’re almost at the end of volume 14 (meaning our 14th year of publication) and about to go into volume 15…one more issue to go, then we’re into our 15th year.

ISP Districts 12 & 19 announce activity for January 2017

The Illinois Sate Police in Districts 12 and 19 – Effingham and Carmi – have announced enforcement activity for the month of January 2017.

Kidnapping charged after keeping child from alleged abuser

GALLATIN CO.— A Raleigh grandmother has been charged with felony Kidnapping after she claims she was merely keeping her six-year-old grandson from an individual she believed was molesting him.


The January-February 2017 issue…so think of it as your first paper under our new president.

Kentucky man enters plea in Gallatin County child sex assault case, Shawneetown

A Morganfield, Kentucky, man who crossed state lines and sexually assaulted a child in Gallatin County last year has entered into a plea agreement in his case.

Harrisburg repeat drunk driver busted for DUI in Shawneetown

GALLATIN CO.— A Harrisburg repeat drunk driver, recently out of prison for DUI, could be headed back if convicted in Gallatin County.

Boonville man gets DUI in wake of accident

GALLATIN CO.— A Boonville, Indiana, man now faces four felony charges in the wake of a traffic crash which injured a passenger in his vehicle.

According to information filed in the case, on November 21, 2016 authorities were dispatched to a traffic crash on Shawneetown-New Haven Blacktop, one mile south of Highline Road, in Gold Hill Township.

ISP District 19 announces 2016 Activity and Enforcement

Troopers in District 19, which includes Wabash, Edwards, Wayne, White, Hamilton, Saline and Gallatin counties, recorded 17,456 incidents during the year.

Somebody please tell TWC to stop naming winter storms…

We’re the subject of another “take it easy when driving on icy roads” press release from Illinois State Police District 12 out of Effingham, and they’re referencing another winter storm with a name: Jupiter.


Welcome to winter weather, the first snowfall of which ensures whether or not people remember how to drive since the LAST snowfall we had.

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