Headlines for Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Four churches in Albion are offering daily free lunches until August 10.  Primarily geared to hungry children, all are welcome. Meals will be served from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. each day. On Monday, meals will be served at the Free Methodist Church at 118 S. 7th Street; Wednesday at the First Methodist Church at 127 E. Main, on Thursday at the First Christian Church at 121 N. Fourth Street and on Fridays at the First Baptist Church at 106 S. 4th Street.

Union contracts for Fairfield municipal workers will be brought up for approval at tonight’s meeting of the Fairfield City Council.  Contracts are being considered for members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and Fraternal Order of Police. The council meeting begins at 6 this evening at city hall.

28-year-old Zachary L. Bassemier of Carmi was arrested Saturday after he was spotted in the alleyway behind the White County jail with no clothes on.  The naked suspect told investigators “the cops wouldn’t let me have any clothes.”  Bassememier was jailed on a charge of disorderly conduct. His clothes were found near the Plum Street Pharmacy in Carmi.

19-year-old Craig A. Hutson of Rosiclare, IL was arrested for DUI Saturday morning after a Wayne County Sheriff’s Deputy found him behind the wheel of his vehicle in the median of I-64 at the 101 mile marker.  Hutson told police he was tired and “pulled into a friend’s driveway” to rest.  Records show he tested .082 on the state’s breathalyzer.

Joe Mitchell of Grayville and his nephew, Tyler Mitchell of Oblong won the A-Flight in the Fairfield National Bank 2-Man 27 Hole Scramble last Saturday. The father-son duo of Don and Brent Sutton took second place.