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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…


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EDGAR CO.—Despite his perceived big win against the Edgar County Sheriff’s Department last year for back pay, Edgar County deputy Dee Burgin has filed a bankruptcy claim in federal court in Urbana.

Time and unforeseen occurrence befall us all…including crazy Jan

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EDGAR CO.—As if she didn’t already have enough to deal with, now the woman who went on a hate-filled litigation tirade in Cook County against perceived nemeses in downstate has lost her husband.

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.


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Hey, here we are in the third of the every-other-week papers…and it’s going WELL!

Mysterious Edgar County plane crash leads to Bolivia; what are they hiding?

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EDGAR CO.— In their efforts to get to the bottom of a plane crash which took place at the Edgar County Airport in the summer/fall of 2014, Illinois Leaks (IL), formerly known as the Edgar County Watchdogs, have followed the investigative trail all the way to South America.

Pair of sex crimes involve Paris man and teen from Indiana

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EDGAR CO.— A pair of sex crimes have been filed in Edgar County one against an Elwood, Ind. man and another against a Paris man.


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Well here we are, our first two-week-turnaround paper, and aside from a couple of typos (one on the front page, naming the Heartland page numbers…ouch…) we’re good to go!

Disturbed woman’s frivolous suit dismissed

Jan Payton Burno Mills, shown here outside the Edgar County Courthouse in the summer of 2011 castigating supporters of her nephew, Terry Payton, is now the proud recipient of a dismissal order for her frivolous lawsuit, in which she made herself a target on topix.com, then whined when people all over the globe took potshots at her. She spent a lot of money only to find out that none of those people were the Howsers of Disclosure.

COOK CO. via EDGAR CO.—The lawsuit filed by a disturbed former Edgar County woman has been in Cook County, where she filed it a year ago.

AG decides: Clark-Edgar Rural Water District violated FOIA….in 2012!


This illustrates what’s going on in the Attorney General’s office, the office tasked with managing the wrongdoings of public bodies in the state, including Open Meetings Act and Freedom of Information Act violations.

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