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JENNY’S UNIFORM FIRE MAY HAVE BEEN ELECTRICAL

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The fire that consumed a prominent Marion business yesterday evening may have begun as electrical problems.

FIRE DESTROYS JENNY’S UNIFORM SHOP IN MARION

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A fire has destroyed another prominent business in Marion, Illinois.

OCTOGENARIAN CHARGED WITH SEX CRIME IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY

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An 81-year-old Herrin man has been charged with Aggravated Criminal Sexual Assault With Bodily Harm a Class X Felony.

ILLINOIS STATE POLICE LAUNCH OPERATION FATAL 4 FOR LABOR DAY HOLIDAY WEEKEND

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Troopers will be on the Lookout for Speeding, DUI, Driving Distracted and Seatbelt Compliance Carmi, Ill., Illinois State Police (ISP) District 19 Commander, Captain Kelly Hodge, would like to remind motorists to make safety their number one priority while driving during the Labor Day holiday weekend

PETITIONS AVAILABLE IN WILLIAMSON FOR GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION 2016

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Amanda Barnes, Williamson County Clerk announced yesterday that petitions are available for the March 15, 2016, General Primary Election, for the following county offices:

DOJ SETTLES DISCRIMINATION LAWSUIT AGAINST OWNERS OF MARION MOBILE HOME PARK

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The Justice Department announced today that the owners and operators of the Williams Trailer Court mobile home park in Marion, Illinois, had agreed to pay $75,000 to settle allegations that they discriminated against African Americans and families with children.

NO PROTEST AT MARION VA, BUT PLENTY OF ATTENTION TO THE SITCH

John Mathews in front of the Marion VA

Peaceful protests at VA Medical Centers all over the country were scheduled yesterday, and Marion’s location was no exception.

POPULAR RESTAURANTS COMING TO MARION

The scene Tuesday morning in Marion

Crews and cranes were busy this past Monday putting up the new Krispy Kreme sign for the franchise donut shop on Halfway Road just north of Rte. 13 in Marion Tuesday.

THIS ISSUE’S PRINT HEADLINES, SEPTEMBER 2015!

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It FEELS like September, and September is right around the corner, so SEPTEMBER it is!! At least for this issue.

VILLAGE’S SEWER PROBLEMS PARTIALLY RESOLVED AFTER ATTENTION TO WATER FLOW

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It looks like a little attention to a matter in a soon-to-be dissolved village might’ve partially resolved a problem.

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