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Today's News

  • Vandals use second-half surge to top Miners, 15-14

     

  • Ramsey teen dies in accident

    A Ramsey teen sustained fatal injuries in a two-vehicle crash on Saturday afternoon in Montgomery County.

    The Illinois State Police said that Payge Donaldson, 18, of Ramsey, was pulling out of Indian Springs Golf Course onto Ill. Route 185 in a 2014 Ford passenger car at 3:08 p.m. and failed to yield to a westbound 2005 Sterling tractor pulling a homemade tailer driven by Eric Wehrle, 40, of Vandalia.

    The tractor driven by Wehrle was unable to avoid striking the Donaldson vehicle, according to state police.

  • Ramsey teen dies in accident

     

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    A Ramsey teen sustained fatal injuries in a two-vehicle crash on Saturday afternoon in Montgomery County.

  • Governor in Vandalia on Saturday

    Governor Bruce Rauner will be in Vandalia as he participates in a motorcycle ride that runs from Marion to Camp Butler in Springfield.

    The group of cyclists are scheduled to be in Vandalia at about noon, and they will have lunch at the Moose Lodge before heading to Pana.

    For their stop, Third Street will be closed from Gallatin Street to Edwards Street from 11 a.m. until they leave for Pana.

  • Marriage Licenses

    The following marriage license applications were filed in the office of Fayette County Clerk and Recorder Vicky Conder:

    Adam Wayne Focht
    Vandalia
    Chelsie Ann Schwarm
    Vandalia
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    James Allen Eckart
    Vandalia
    Lora Ann Bartholomew
    Vandalia
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    Brian Scott Huhnke
    Vandalia
    Alexandra Janelle Perry
    Vandalia
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    Jeremy Stephen Davis
    Mulberry Grove
    Josie Renee Summann
    Mulberry Grove
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    Michael Joseph Tomchak

  • 20-Pound Drum
  • National Bank Donates to Cancer Fund
  • Brownstown honors, prays for those in uniform

    Our People in Uniform,
    Brown, Tan, Black, White or Blue,
    No matter the uniform’s color or hue,
    Within the cloth beats a courageous heart,
    That they lay on the line to protect me and you.

  • Jury trial ends with two convictions, one acquittal

    A Fayette County jury deliberated less than 30 minutes in finding a Shelbyville man guilty on two charges and acquitting him on a third.
    In a one-day jury trial on Monday, Richard L. Gordon, 46, was found guilty of obstruction of justice as well as a lesser-included charge of obstructing identification that was given to the jury before deliberations got under way.
    Gordon was found not guilty of possession of drug paraphernalia.

  • MG man in custody after 5-hour standoff

    A Mulberry Grove man wanted on battery charges for an incident in rural Fayette County was taken into custody late Sunday evening after a five-hour standoff with four law enforcement agencies.
    Randy J. Bone, 33, made his first appearance in court on Monday, with Fayette County Resident Circuit Judge Don Sheafor ruling that there was sufficient evidence to charge Bone with aggravated battery/use of a deadly weapon and domestic battery with bodily harm.