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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!

Nightly NewsCap: Ang takes the headlines for the evening in AUDIO

Juiced BLACKBERRIES! Because we can.

Topics covered include: Brad Lewis files federal Wrongful Death civil suit in the suicide of his son Jordan; Lil Ricky White is on the hot seat in Richland County; and Terence Doddy is a suspect in two northwestern Illinois murders, effectively ruining camping this weekend.

ISP INVESTIGATOR, AG’S OFFICE, SLAPPED DOWN IN RICHLAND COUNTY TUESDAY

Kelly Henby, talking to his attorney Chuck Roberts in February 2013

Those who have been following the unfolding saga of ISP investigator Rick White and the stalking claim made by his former supervisor Kelly Henby will be interested in learning what occurred in Richland County circuit court yesterday.

AND WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A YOUNG MAN GETS DRUG-INDUCED PSYCHOSIS?

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…well, in the case of one guy from Richland County, he has his affairs taken over for him by his dad in a probate.

What is “The Master’s Hands”? You’ll be pleased to learn!

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With this season of “charities” abounding that aren’t really “charitable” (we’re talking specifically about the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and other fundraisers that go to supporting regional office redecorations, as well as major salaries for those who sit in the offices), it’s kind of easy to get jaded about any organization that proclaims itself a charity.

Plethora of cats in the Disclosure household….

New momma, Tip....and five babies, born Tuesday. Or is that SIX?

We were fortunate enough to be the recipient of a rescue cat on Wednesday, June 11.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, JUNE 2014!

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What’s that? A single-month-named issue? YOU BET. Because it’s summertime…and that means a new edition of Disclosure every THREE WEEKS until October!

Nightly NewsCap: Rounding up the day’s news in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: Lost load accident in White County damages Illinois Route 1 and gets a Noble man cited by ISP; 14 southern Illinoisans are indicted in a federal roundup of Medicaid fraud charges; and an accidental discharge of a weapon in Vincennes, Indiana, startles neighbors and makes headlines.

CONDITION OF LOCAL ROADS: ARE THEY THIS BAD WHERE YOU ARE?

Yeah, I know it's a small car. But that's a standard-size hole for Calhoun.

I’m thinking about petitioning the county board and the village of Calhoun to let me open up an obstacle-avoidance school on the roads in and around the village.

ARE RICHLAND COUNTY’S MOST PROMINENT DOPE MOVERS TAKING EACH OTHER DOWN?

Nathan Headley, Josh Millman

That headline is what Richland County residents who are in the know are asking each other after the arrest of the two pictured here.

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