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Various patrols to be held in certain District 12 counties

buckle up, seatbelt, ISP

Illinois State Police (ISP) District 12 Commander, Captain Cory Ristvedt, announces the ISP will conduct Occupant Restraint Enforcement Patrols (OREP) in Lawrence, Clay, Clark and Cumberland counties during February.

MISSING: From Clark County; authorities seek info on this man

James E. Adams

Clark County Sheriff’s Office has released information regarding a man who’s not been seen since last Thursday, January 11.

ISP District 12 announces 2016 activity and enforcement

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District 12 had a LOT more fatalities, unfortunately, than District 19 did in 2016.

Somebody please tell TWC to stop naming winter storms…

Be prepared....

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.

ISP DISTRICT 12 ANNOUNCES DECEMBER ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITY

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Illinois State Police District 12 Commander, Captain Cory Ristvedt, today announced activity and enforcement figures for the month of December.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR SOUTH OF I-70

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

ISP DISTRICT 12 ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF VARIOUS PATROLS, NORTH COUNTIES

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Illinois State Police District 12 Commander, Captain Cory Ristvedt, has announced the results of various patrols held in District 12 counties during December.

THIS ISSUE’S PRINT HEADLINES, DECEMBER 2016!

GLENN RAMEY

Don’t get too giddy yet about us going weekly…we’re still trying to master twice a month.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR THE ENTIRE READERSHIP AREA, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

A view of the storm moving in as of about 4 p.m. Saturday, 12.17.16

A winter weather advisory and hazardous weather outlook has been issued for our readership area of southern Illinois, as well as other states surrounding.

Is help coming for those who paid tap-on fees to CERWD but got no water?

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CLARK-EDGAR COs. – A “tap-on fee” misuse allegation is plaguing one of the public, taxpayer-supported bodies that spans across two Illinois counties, and it doesn’t appear to have an easy resolution in sight.

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