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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.

WHAT’S THE NEXT STEP FOR EMBATTLED ISP INVESTIGATOR?

rick white

What’s going to happen to Illinois State Police investigator Rick White is anyone’s guess….But if certain authorities have their way, the next step might be a very intense one indeed.

Nightly NewsCap: Jade brings the day’s headlines to you in AUDIO

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Topics covered include: ISP reports on Clay County accident on U.S. 45 North; Brian James O’Neill puts on a shocking display at Richland County board meeting; driver hospitalized after U.S. 50 accident in Clay County; and benefit to be held for beating victim in Lawrence

READ THE LEAD: The man who’s asking the court to approve visits in prison with daughter…who’s the result of child rape

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Leave it to Richland County to be the home of some of the weirdest court goings-on in the readership area…and maybe even in the country.

LAWRENCEVILLE RADIO STATION MANAGER DIES

S. Kent Lankford

The station manager of Lawrence County’s only radio station died yesterday in Evansville.

READ THE LEAD: Developments in the case of murdered Ed Hataway?

Ed Hataway

Among the unsolved murders in Olney, Illinois (which now include Jaimee Rupe in 2004 and Joe Galyean just this year) is the 2012 case of Ed Hataway.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, APRIL-MAY 2014!

Kim Yost Winningham

The new issue of Disclosure—April-May 2014—is now on stands in all locations, and, as usual, it’s moving fast. Why? Content.

THIS MONTH’S PRINT HEADLINES, MARCH/APRIL 2014!

Joe Galyean

WELCOME to the first issue of the 12th year of Disclosure!

TOWN PEST GETS A WHOPPING 27 VOTES FOR SHERIFF

BloJo, aka Brian James O'Neill the tardish

And we reiterate our stance that anyone who’s stupid enough to cast a ballot for him, even in jest, doesn’t need to be voting.

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