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Williamson County Sheriff announces upcoming Traffic Safety Campaign

Williamson County Sheriff Bennie Vick would like to announce an upcoming Traffic Safety campaign.

WILLIAMSON COUNTY: Former prosecutor dead at age 65

Garnati had held the office of prosecutor in Williamson from 1984 until his resignation, a record 30 years.

WILLIAMSON COUNTY: Sheriff Bennie Vick organizing Church Safety Workshop

Here’s a timely bit of information from Williamson County Sheriff Bennie Vick.

Herrin police chief offers firearms/active shooter training to churches

The police chief of a Williamson County city has taken a pro-active step in the wake of the nightmare attack on a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

Sheriff’s office firing range to open for gun sighting ahead of deer season

Williamson County Sheriff Bennie Vick would like to announce that the Sheriff’s Office Firing Range will be open to persons that would like to sight in their hunting guns for the upcoming firearm deer season.

HERRIN: Police report for October 25 through 29 made available

This Williamson County city has released the police report for the last week of October, specifically the 25th through the 29th, 2017.

WILLIAMSON COUNTY: Local attorney announces bid for judge’s seat in 2018 election

Local attorney David W. Lawler has announced his candidacy for Resident Circuit Judge of Williamson County. The judicial opening was created by the retirement of Judge Phillip Palmer.

TWO WRECKS ON I-57 CAUSE TRAFFIC ISSUES IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY OVERNIGHT

Two wrecks – one late last night, the other early this morning – occurred on Interstate 57 in Williamson County, continuing the ongoing wreck-ever-so-many-days on that increasingly dangerous stretch of highway.

Marion man caught in drug task force bust pleads guilty to meth offenses

On October 18, 2017, Shaundale J. Johnson, a/k/a “Shug,” 35, Marion, pled guilty to a two-count indictment charging unlawful distribution of methamphetamine, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois, Donald S. Boyce, announced today.

FELONY FRIDAY: Williamson County cases charged; one disposed

It’s Friday, October 13, and you know what that means….no, not triscadecaphobia, but FELONY FRIDAY!

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