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SPEEDY TRIAL WAIVED IN MARION MURDER CASE

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The man from McLeansboro who is accused of shooting and killing a Marion man was in court today in Williamson County, and waived his right to a speedy trial.

FORMER VETERINARIAN APPEARS IN COURT IN WILLIAMSON; PLEADS NOT GUILTY

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The woman whose Creal Springs home was found overrun with animals and filled with feces has entered a plea of not guilty to Aggravated Cruelty to Animals as well as a host of other related misdemeanors.

BURGLARY AT FOX CLEANERS, MARION

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Fox Dry Cleaners in Marion was burglarized last night.

THIS ISSUE’S PRINT HEADLINES, AUGUST SPECIAL EDITION 2015!

Former Lawrenceville mayor Brian Straub, catching flies at the jail last week.

The third of many print editions running every other week is now on stands, and once again, this one is full of amazing articles you won’t read anywhere else…

ACCIDENT AT SHAWNEE COLLEGE IN ULLIN CLAIMS MAN’S LIFE

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A Marion man is dead after a freak accident at Shawnee Community College in Ullin yesterday.

Fosse out of county process-serving job

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WILLIAMSON CO.—A famous name was being tossed around Marion and Williamson County in early July after a late June incident, the reality of which public officials are keeping extremely quiet over.

Carolyn Sue Glore-McGhee finally into something that even a little black book won’t get her out of

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U.S. DISTRICT COURT, BENTON—After threatening to release certain names if she was ever busted for anything even remotely serious, Carolyn Sue Glore McGhee apparently wasn’t able to make good on her threats.

If you haven’t picked up the July-August edition, you’d better…or you’ll miss THESE ARTICLES

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The July-August 2015 issue is almost one for the history books, as the August Special Edition 2015 is hitting the stands in the morning and the e-Edition tonight beginning at 8 p.m.

WILLIAMSON COUNTY COMMISSIONER ANNOUNCES: HE’S STAYING TO RUN AGAIN

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Williamson County Commissioner Brent Gentry officially announced today he is seeking to remain on the Williamson County Board for his third term.

TWO CARBONDALE RESIDENTS SENTENCED ON METH OFFENSE

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On July 14, 2015, James C. Leming, 54, and Dawn E. Unterfer, 45, both of Carbondale, were sentenced for their involvement in a methamphetamine conspiracy

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