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Friday, February 22, 2019
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Missed The Turn
Missed The Turn
Despite nearly overturning her vehicle on Thursday, a Round Lake Par woman and her 2002 Toyota Camry were found unscathed following a wreck. According to Palestine Police Chief Jeff Besing, Brenda K. Carlos, 53, was southbound on Illinois Route 1 at Gordon Junction when she tried to turn into the north entrance to Murphy's Convenience Store. Due to the rain and fog, Carlos misjudged her distance in turning and drove into the ditch at the entrance. No injuries were sustained and Crouse Towing and Recovery pulled the vehicle out of the ditch about 11:35 a.m. (Submitted photo)

3 suspects in laundry burglary are arrested
For the second time in four months, the Sudsy Dudsy Laundromat in Palestine had surveillance equipment damaged by intruders.

Police Chief Jeff Besing said about 12:18 a.m. Monday three male suspects, appeared at the laundromat and Brock's Storage Units at 107 E. Harrison.


Thursday, February 21, 2019

Bitterly cold weather has had a chilling effect on area activities. Crawford and neighboring counties are under a National Weather Service wind chill warning through noon Thursday. A wind chill warning means the combination of very cold air and the wind will create dangerously low wind chill values. Frostbite can occur quickly and even hypothermia or death...


Local News

CTE a fast track to workforce
Lincoln Trail College is joining community colleges throughout the state to celebrate Career and Technical Education Month.
• 'Beauty and the Beast' cast announced for spring
• Schools get computer science aid
• State seeking to fill local 'gaps' in summer nutrition
• Fallout from lift station failure fixed

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Lady Panthers fall to St. Anthony, 56-37
Back-to-back regional championships were within the grasp of Oblong High School's girls' basketball team Thursday night (Feb. 7), but the Lady Panthers were unable to close the deal.

Oblong hung right with Effingham St. Anthony for three quarters, but the upset-minded Lady Panthers ran out of gas in the fourth quarter and suffered a 56-37 loss in the championship game of the IHSA Class 1A Palestine Regional.

"We hung with them for three quarters, but St. Anthony hit the shots in the fourth when they needed them," OHS head coach Tim Johnson said. "The girls fought hard, we just had too many turnovers."

• Lady Statesmen roll past SWIC, 74-45
• Statesmen lose to SWIC, 78-72
• Lady Maroons lose to Teutopolis, 68-30, in Robinson Regional semis
• Lady Panthers beat North Clay, 47-40

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Seniors, disabled vulnerable to abuse
Editor:

As Valentines' Day approaches we need to take time to remember our seniors and those among us who are disabled. Seniors are the fastest growing segment of our population and far too often these individuals along with those who are disabled are victims of abuse. There are several types of abuse ranging from physical abuse, verbal abuse to neglect and financial exploitation.
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