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Two women injured in Carbondale crash

A two-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon in Carbondale sent two area women to hospitals with what Illinois State Police say are incapacitating injuries.

ISP District 19 announces September activity and enforcement stats

Illinois State Police District 19 Commander, Captain Cory Ristvedt, has announced activity and enforcement figures for the month of September.

Anna resident supplies information questioning Edmonds’ fitness to hold office

A resident of Anna in Johnson County has done her research, and has supplied us with an incredibly stunning situation brewing in Johnson County in deep downstate Illinois: A state’s attorney, running for judge, is apparently running (and has been functioning) improperly and yes, illegally.

We love our southern Illinois mounds!

The whole of Illinois (and indeed, pretty much most of the Midwest as well as the east and southeast) is dotted with what many call “Native American burial mounds.”

Benton man sentenced to federal prison for defrauding Southern Illinois Healthcare

Cary E. Mosley, 48, of Benton, Illinois, has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for defrauding his former employer, Southern Illinois Healthcare (“SIH”)

WHY do we get all the nutty cases…?

I’m guessing – only GUESSING – that because it’s election season, and because the civil war in this country between those who have sense and those who lack it is firing up, this would be why the nutjobs are coming out of the woodwork.

Voters take issue with judicial candidate in the First Circuit

Information coming in from Williamson County voters seems to indicate that they’re not real pleased about a particular judicial candidate.

SAFE sponsors film covering ‘climate change’ and the burning of wood

“If we truly want to mitigate climate change,” Tom Wessels, Maine Terrestrial Ecologist, “then we’ve got to make sure our forests are storing a lot of carbon.”

Gentleman celebrated at age 100 by city council a few years back dies at 103

A Marion gentleman who was honored by the city council just a few years back when he hit the century mark has died at age 103.

Join the Arbor Day Foundation in October, receive 10 colorful trees and bushes

Seriously….who could resist an offer like this?

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