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SINKHOLE GETS FILLED IN; ROAD IS PASSABLE ON 146

Laying in the riprap

Out at the location of the sinkhole earlier today, we learned that the road in this spot had had trouble before.

WRECK ON 146 IN HARDIN COUNTY LEAVES DRIVERS SHAKEN

Reader submitted. Looks like a sinkhole to us.

A traffic situation this evening has left at least one driver shaken up due to a road situation.

MARATHON ANNOUNCES THEY’VE FOUND THE PIPELINE LEAK…sort of

marathon

Authorities with Marathon Oil have announced that they’ve found the possible leak in the pipeline that has dumped tens of thousands of gallons of diesel fuel into the Wabash and subsequent rivers.

MARATHON DOWNPLAYS THE LEAK; OVERLOOKS THAT IT HASN’T BEEN LOCATED YET

Wabash River at Grayville, Wikicommons

Those on the banks of the Wabash, Ohio and now probably the Mississippi Rivers are a little disturbed by the flippancy the diesel fuel spill, which occurred Sunday, is being shown by Marathon personnel.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, APRIL-MAY 2016!

Former Dr. Brian Burns

The year is flying by as are the awesome issues of Disclosure NewsMagazine…and if you’ve never read one of our publications before, I’m here to tell you as publisher, writer, investigator, layout, labeler and all-around housekeeper, THIS IS ONE TO HAVE.

Indiana man tangles with sheriff, threatens to kill officer’s family

HARDIN CO.— A Jeffersonville, Ind., man seems to have proved that too much alcohol can just make you stupid.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, MARCH-APRIL 2016!

Brandon Goodiel

Welcome to the inaugural edition of our FOURTEENTH YEAR in business!

E’town woman accused of swiping Kindle

HARDIN CO.— Casie D. Foster, of 693 Walnut St., Elizabethtown, has been charged yet again with Theft.

PHELPS PREVAILS: HOUSE VOTES 69-34 TO GET HARDIN COUNTY WORK CAMP REOPENED

hardin county work camp

A downstate Illinois representative is being credited for a spirited debate that has brightened the future of the closed Hardin County Work Camp.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, FEBRUARY-MARCH 2016!

This grainy screencap of a dashcam video obtained in the case of Isaac Capps against police and troopers in Benton shows the moment, about 14 minutes in, where Capps, the subject of an interstate traffic stop for an alleged DUI, was taken to the parking lot and TASERed; the red arrow points to Capps, wearing shorts that are highlighted in the vehicle’s headlights, falling at the moment the barbs hit him. Capps, of rural Dundas at the time, was seriously injured in the TASER incident. He won a money verdict in his federal lawsuit against the eight law enforcement officers on February 2, 2016.

We are ALMOST into our 14th year of publication of Disclosure NewsMagazine Monthly…and we are happy to be bringing you the final issue of year number 13, February-March 2016…and it’s a HOT one!

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