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Republican Party sued in Fed Court

HARDIN CO. – A long-time politician in Hardin has taken to the federal court realm after he has alleged that his long-held position with the state’s Republican Party was thwarted by others within the Party in April.

Three-state, 8-county varying-speed chase nets Hamilton County guy and chick named Sharmin

ILLINOIS/KENTUCKY/INDIANA – A situation that sort of typifies the state of things in the Midwest emerged on deadline for the last issue of Disclosure and was so involved and arduous that it literally took about two days for all the media, the law and the courts in the area to sort it out.

Homeless Cave woman suspected of being cocaine dealer involved in strange OP — ‘she came out of closet Bat + BB gun’

HARDIN CO.— A Cave-in-Rock woman, now claiming to be homeless, has been charged with being a drug dealer.

Bag of tater chips and violence lands Rosiclare man behind bars

HARDIN CO.— A Rosiclare man already awaiting trial in a felony violence case has been charged with more of the same.

Marion weed convict adds pills to charges

HARDIN CO.— A Marion man with a limited criminal history appears to be adding to it.

Cave man looking at felony driving revoked

HARDIN CO.— Cave-in-Rock man with a history of driving while his driver’s license is revoked has been arrested for doing it again, this according to authorities.

Golconda drunk driver charged with possession

HARDIN CO.— A Golconda woman with a history of drunk driving has been charged with meth possession.

SHARP-EYED VIDEOGRAPHER CATCHES MONDAY’S CHASE INTO KENTUCKY

….and this, we have to say, is PRICELESS!!

CHASE THROUGH FOUR ILLINOIS COUNTIES, TWO MORE STATES, ENDS IN WRECK IN INDIANA

Multiple counties in three states were involved in what was at times a high-speed chase that started about 5:40 p.m. Monday, May 14, when a man from McLeansboro drove off from a Hardin County traffic stop.

Judge sued by insurer in irrigation system case

HARDIN CO. – A situation involving irrigation, insurance, and farmland owned by Hardin County’s resident judge is back on the docket with a recent filing against Paul Lamar by the insurer.

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