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NASDAQ
4863.36
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2056.15
-4.9
-0.24%
NASDAQ
4863.36
-13.16
-0.27%
S&P500
2056.15
-4.9
-0.24%
NASDAQ
4863.36
-13.16
-0.27%
S&P500
2056.15
-4.9
-0.24%
NASDAQ
4863.36
-13.16
-0.27%
S&P500
2056.15
-4.9
-0.24%

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Johanna Mayberry

Johanna Mayberry

Johanna Mayberry, age 79, a resident of Route 4 McLeansboro, IL died at 1:01 pm on Friday, March 6th, 2015 at the Breese Nursing Home in Breese, IL. She was a homemaker. Survivors include two sons:  Pete (and wife Eileen) Mayberry of McLeansboro, IL and Mark Mayberry of Phoenix, AZ; two daughters:  Margaret Rose (and […]

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Headlines for Saturday, March 7, 2015

CountryMark Energy Resources, LLC was named Wildcatter of the Year during the 69th annual meeting of the Illinois Oil and Gas Association.  The company was honored during the Wildcatter’s luncheon Friday at the Old National Events Plaza in Evansville, IN.  CountryMark was honored for the development of a major oilfield south of Norris City in […]

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Elizabeth “Betty” (Sechrest) Easton

91-year-old former Fairfield resident, Elizabeth “Betty” (Sechrest) Easton, died Thursday, March 5 at Burgin Manor in Olney, IL.  She owned and operated several restaurants along with her husband Clifford in the Fairfield area.  She was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Cisne. Surviving are her husband Clifford of Olney; one daughter, Judy […]

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Headlines for Sunday, March 1, 2015

A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for the area until noon today.  Forecasters say a combination of snow, freezing rain and rain will continue through the morning hours before ending later this afternoon.  Here at the studios of WFIW/WOKZ about four inches of snow was measured overnight.  The National Weather Service says parts of […]

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Headlines for Saturday, February 28, 2015

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Wayne County area from 6 this evening until noon Sunday.  Forecasters expect snow to develop by late afternoon and continue into Sunday.  The Winter Weather Advisory runs along and north of a line from Harrisburg to Grayville, IL.  Up to four inches of snow is possible […]

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Rosemary Strine

Rosemary Strine, 81, of West Salem, Illinois died Friday February 20th, 2015, at her home. She was a homemaker. She was a former travel agent and member of the West Salem Moravian Church.  She was very active in church activities and was one of the founding members of the Outreach Meals program.  She was also […]

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Nancy Ann Wiley

Nancy Ann (Mewes) Wiley

71-year-old Parkersburg resident, Nancy Ann (Mewes) Wiley, died Friday, February 20 at her home.  She was a homemaker and a member of the Zion United Methodist Church in West Salem. Surviving are her husband John Wiley Jr.; daughters, Hope (Mark) Wooldridge of Plainfield, IL and Terri (Kenny) Clodfelter of West Salem; one son, David (Lori) […]

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Headlines for Sunday, February 22, 2015

Fire Saturday morning caused smoke damage to the main hall at Olney Central College.  Terry Bruce, CEO of the Illinois Eastern Community Colleges, said an electrical panel caught fire, causing the damage in a closet that contains electrical equipment.  Bruce said the fire was contained to the second floor of Wattleworth Hall.  Because firemen had […]

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Vera Hoskins

92-year-old Fairfield resident, Vera Hoskins, died Friday morning, February 20 at the home of her daughter in Fairfield.  She was a beautician for many years and member of the Geff Christian Church. Surviving are a daughter, Kay Jones of Fairfield; one sister, Joann Gregory of Fairfield; three grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Graveside services […]

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Headlines for Saturday, February 21, 2015

The main hall at Olney Central College sustained smoke damage Saturday morning after an electrical panel caught fire. Terry Bruce, CEO of the Illinois Eastern Community Colleges said the fire broke out in a closet that contains electrical equipment, spreading smoke through the building. “The fire was contained to the second floor of Wattleworth Hall,” […]

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