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Four popped in Pope on alcohol-related charges

POPE CO.— Alcohol-related traffic news out of south counties this issue includes a busy county deputy Josh Wright, a knuckle-tattooed coal miner from Harrisburg and a Kentucky man who lives on Mud Drag Lane.

Eddyville man busted for boosting batteries

POPE CO.— An Eddyville man with a history of alcohol-related arrests has been charged with a pair of misdemeanors.


We’ve been experiencing some lightning (Harrisburg), some hail in some locales (Allendale over in Wabash County), and plenty of cloud cover and some torrential downpours, but we’re going to be getting more storms in the tri-state (Illinois/Indiana/Kentucky) this week, so we figured it was wise to make a weather post, in case you, like us, […]


SOUTHERN ILLINOIS – It could very well be one of the biggest civil suits ever to grace the federal courthouse in Benton…and it’s not just a “brewing feud that’s gone public.”

WEATHER: Southern Illinois at risk for severe thunderstorms

The National Weather Service out of Paducah is alerting folks in southern Illinois to potential weather hazards today and into tomorrow, (Thursday/Friday March 30/31, 2017).

Failed suicide attempt, and death threats to children featured in Pope roundup

POPE CO.— A failed suicide attempt ended with shots fired and a Golconda man behind bars.

Several running for seats on Eddyville village board of trustees in Pope

POPE CO. – Pope County has a few ballot challenges in the General Election this season, but only in one of the municipalities.

South Counties school overlap material expands ballot

SOUTH COUNTIES – For Saline, Gallatin, Hardin and Pope, the feature downballot will be school districts, both local and regional, but due to the impoverished area that southern Illinois is, many of the ballot material for one county is included in another county and vice versa, adding to the complexity of southern Illinois’ voting systems.

Shades of five years ago: Bad weather could move in tonight

For those of us who lived through the February 29, 2012 tornado that hit Harrisburg, today’s weather is feeling eerily familiar.


Hey readers, we’re almost at the end of volume 14 (meaning our 14th year of publication) and about to go into volume 15…one more issue to go, then we’re into our 15th year.

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