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Thursday, April 25, 2019
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SUV-Cycle Crash
SUV-Cycle Crash
The late afternoon sun glints off the wreckage of a 2007 Harley-Davidson as Robinson firefighters survey the scene of an accident on Duncanville Road, about a quarter-mile west of New Hebron, Monday. According to the Crawford County Sheriff's Office, a 2016 GMC driven by Jami Deckard, 33, rural Robinson, was turning into a driveway about 5:22 p.m. Deckard, blinded by the sun, turned in front of the motorcycle ridden by Jesse Richart, 24, rural Robinson. Richart was taken to Crawford Memorial Hospital by United Life Care Ambulance Service. Both vehicles had more than $1,500 damage and were towed from the scene. The Robinson Fire Protection District assisted at the scene. (Randy Harrison photo)

Unit 3 members sworn in; Biggs still president
In their first meeting since the Crawford County Clerk's Office announced the official results of the recent consolidated election, the Palestine Unit 3 school board seated a new member and re-organized Monday.

Board members Corie Biggs, Tara Vennard, Don Wagoner, Jeff Besing and newly-elected J.R. Dunlap were sworn in by vice president Shari Eckert.


Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Local News

Robinson man to get 25 years for conviction of child sex assault
A Robinson man will spend the next 25 years of his life prison after being found guilty of a child sex crime.

Crawford County State's Attorney Matthew Hartrich announced Monday that Alfred Waldrop, 56, was sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections for the felony offense of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child.
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Maroons roll past Casey-Westfield, 8-1, for eighth straight win
Dominant performances continue to be the theme for Robinson High School's baseball team so far this season, as the Maroons rolled to yet another win Thursday (April 11).

The Maroons led from start to finish, scoring in every inning to down visiting Casey-Westfield, 8-1, in a Little Illini Conference contest.

• Lady Maroons hold off Casey-Westfield for 7-6 win in 8 innings
• Statesmen hammer Shawnee, 11-1
• RHS boys' tennis blanks Newton, 9-0
• PH boys 1st, girls 4th, OHS 5th at RH Invite

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Victims aren't only ones affected by sexual assault
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Sexual assault is a subject that is not discussed frequently, it occurs more often than most realize. At Counseling and Information for Sexual Assault/Abuse, we provide services to help survivors and their families deal with the after-effects.

One in five women and one in 71 men will be sexually assaulted in their lifetime. One in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually abused by age 17. These survivors often do not seek help, or speak about their abuse. Eighty percent of perpetrators are people the survivor knows.
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