76-year-old Fairfield resident, formerly of Crossville, Donald Spicer, died Tuesday evening, February 25 at Hamilton Memorial Hospital in McLeansboro. He worked at the Crossville Phone Company and later worked part time at the New Harmony Bridge. He was
21-year-old Zachary Jordan of Cisne was arrested Tuesday afternoon following an incident at the Fairfield Super Wal-Mart. Police say Jordan and 21-year-old Mitch Belmont of Wayne City encountered each other at the Wal-Mart where a verbal altercation began that
59-year-old Randy C. King of Fairfield entered a guilty plea Monday to two class-2 felony charges of being in possession of child pornography charges and is scheduled to be sentenced April 21st. King entered the plea before Circuit Judge
Fairfield Community High School had a very successful day Saturday at the Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics regional at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, IL. Several teams and individuals brought home hardware, with many advancing to state competition.
Surviving are two sons, Austin of Fairfield and Sebastian of McLeansboro; two
85-year-old Elsie Sons of Fairfield died Friday, February 21 at her home in Fairfield. She had worked as a secretary for the Law Office of Morris Lane Harvey and Mike Molt, Attorney at Law.
Survivors include her husband, David; a
86-year-old Carmi resident, Mary Genevieve Cashen, died at 4:57 p.m. Saturday, February 15 at Wabash Christian Retirement Center in Carmi. She had been a hairdresser.
Surviving are her husband James of Fairfield; two brothers, Edward and wife Mary Paul
90-year-old Mt. Vernon, IL resident, formerly of Enfield, Bernice R. Dolan, died Friday evening, February 21 at Countryside Manor in Mt. Vernon, IL.
Funeral arrangements are pending at the Stendeback Family Funeral Home in Enfield.
Former Fairield resident, Nancy O’Leary Lyftogt, died Thursday, February 20 in Scottsdale, AZ.
Surviving are her husband Rick; two daughters, Michelle Quindry O’Neal of San Diego, CA and Shannon Lemons of Queen Creek, AZ; one sister, Marsha O’Leary Sork of
Flood warnings have gone up for the Little Wabash River at Clay City and the Wabash River at Mt. Carmel, IL due to recent rain and snow melt. The Little Wabash at Clay City was at 19.4 feet this