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Behavior questioned in lead-up to federal lawsuit

SOUTHERN ILL – (This is the second of a multi-part series about the massive lawsuit between Grand Rivers Community Bank and Peoples National Bank, filed in U.S. District [federal] court in mid-March, first part appearing in the April 2017 issue.)

Two-vehicle crash in Indiana claims the life of an Olney woman

A woman from Olney and gentleman from Bellmont, both towns located in Illinois, were involved in a head-on collision yesterday morning in Indiana that proved fatal for the woman.

VINCENNES: Child dies from injuries sustained Tuesday; father being held

Authorities have openly stated that the child’s death appears deliberate on the part of the father.


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.”

CONSUMER ALERT: Hang up on phone “Can you hear me?” scams!

Scammers are becoming more and more clever…but this one is REALLY important, so please, give it a read.

Illinois has added only one job every two months over the last 17 years

Since 2000, Illinois has only added one new job every two months, marking a 17-year drought compared to its neighboring Midwestern states, according to recent data published by the Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES).

Video: Iroquois County Board Member threatens Watchdog with violence

During the Iroquois County Emergency Telephone Systems Board meeting on March 23, 2017, Iroquois County Board member Larry Harshbarger decided it was a good idea to scream and bellow at the camera that “I think I’m the guy that can kick your fat ass“…

“Bad Santa” sentenced for stealing packages from U.S. Mail

Cody J. Alexander, 26, of Coffeen, Illinois, was sentenced to federal prison for Theft of United States Mail

Cairo man to receive life sentence for double murder during attempted bank robbery

Donald S. Boyce, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois, announced today that James Nathaniel Watts, age 32, of Cairo, has pleaded guilty to a federal Superseding Indictment regarding the May 2014 attempted robbery of the First National Bank in Cairo, Illinois.

Madigan urges gov to restore state hate crimes commission

So if you do nothing else today, call Rauner and tell him DON’T DO THIS….there are plenty of OTHER things in this state that need his attention: 217-782-0244

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