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THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, JULY-AUGUST 2014!

Saline County State’s Attorney Mike Henshaw, left, is shown here next to county board member Danny Gibbs, who was acting chairman in the absence of chairman Carey Harbison at the July 8 special board meeting, further explaining how a well staffed judicial system would naturally bring much needed revenue into county coffers simply by working the way it was designed to.

After one of the most arduous production weeks in terms of gathering material and dealing with other factors, we’re proud to present the July-August 2014 edition of Disclosure!

Autopsy report made public

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EFFINGHAM CO.—Effingham County authorities, acting on a request from Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act, allowed editorial staff to view the autopsy report of Willow Long.

Effingham City ignores the law, seems ambivalent about child porn in library

Illinois Leaks co-founder Kirk Allen is shown here offering up a pop quizz to the Effingham City Council concerning the law as it pertains to the Open Meetings Act. They failed.

EFFINGHAM— A stunning display of both arrogance and ignorance was beheld at the Tuesday, July 15 meeting of the Effingham City Council, unfortunately to no one’s surprise.

‘POOR MAN’S POLAR VORTEX’ ABOUT TO BRING COOLER TEMPS

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Who WOULDN’T be a little freaked out about a ‘polar vortex’ in the middle of summer in the Midwest?

Nightly NewsCap: LOTS of headlines and a few BLOOPERS in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Three-car wreck details from yesterday’s Texas City area of U.S. 45 in Saline County; Christine Burr pleads guilty in Effingham County in the death of Joseph Delaney 2011; the Pennsylvania crew that showed up in Lawrenceville with a warrant for two of the crew; Todd Fort gets a Facebook page; and Hamilton County drunk driver Delong pleads guilty in White County this morning.

PLEA ENTERED IN 2011 STABBING DEATH, EFFINGHAM COUNTY

Christine Burr

A plea has been entered by the last of the defendants in the murder of Joseph C. Delaney, whose body was found near the Embarrass River in Jasper County three years ago.

Nightly NewsCap: When it rains news, it actually MONSOONS…in AUDIO

Because....IT'S HAWT

Topics covered include: Shooting in Marion late last night injures two; details of the wrongful death suit against Richie Minton are revealed; Effingham charges another drug-induced homicide; two wrecks occur in the area: Wayne County, and in the middle of Marion; and PRINT HEADLINES are ready for you so you can get a glimpse of what’s in this issue!

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, JULY SPECIAL EDITION 2014!!

Bleyer, Joe

That’s right, you’re getting TWO issues in the month of July because as soon as the weather heats up, we’ve learned over the past 11 years, the crime and corruption does, too…so we have to put out extra papers in order to cover it all.

VANDALIA MAN CHARGED WITH DRUG INDUCED HOMICIDE IN DEATH OF JORDAN KULL OF ALTAMONT

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Effingham County State’s Attorney Bryan M. Kibler has filed a Class X felony homicide charge against Richard B. Marschke, 32, of Vandalia, in connection with the January death of Jordan J. Kull, 31, of Altamont.

Law says: Effingham County schools can’t just search students’ cell phones for ANY reason

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EFFINGHAM CO.—Effingham County is once again the target of a local watchdog group, this after an untold number of complaints issued by parents about a subject that’s arisen at the end of the school year…and it happens to be a subject that the Illinois Supreme Court has recently addressed.

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