92-year-old McLeansboro resident, Elbert “Bert” Teffertiller, died at 5:16 a.m. Thursday, April 10 at Hamilton Memorial Hospital in McLeansboro. He entered the service in 1942, spending 3 1/2 years in the U.S. Army, 2 1/2 years of which were
Fairfield Mayor Chuck Griswold has appointed a four-person committee to take up the issue of unpaid utility bills in the city. The committee will be made up of Aldermen Jim Griffith and Ralph Barbre, and property owners Diane Robinson
Surviving are her brother, Leland Barnes and wife Joan of Cisne; four sisters-in-law, Donna, Karen and Sharon Caldwell all
90-year-old Albion resident, Mary Alice Walsh, died at 11:32 a.m. Thursday, April 3 at Fairfield Memorial Hospital. She was a secretary and hostess, a member of the Catholic Church, Humane Society and Women of the Moose.
Survivors include many
Surviving are two daughters, Kathleen (John) Black and Julia Langdon all of Fairfield; one
Surviving are her husband Earl G. Smith of Fairfield;
26-year-old Jeremy L. Duffield of Johnsonville was jailed late Monday night on an aggravated DUI charge. County police were called to a location near Wayne City on a report of a truck stuck in a ditch. As the
The Fairfield FFA Chapter had a very successful day at the Illinois State FFA Proficiency Recordbook Judging at the University of Illinois on Saturday. Katie Liston was named the State FFA Winner in Food Science and Leah Carter was
Illinois State Police District 19 officers, in conjunction with the Illinois Liquor Commission, conducted Alcohol Countermeasure Enforcement surveillance at various establishments in Wayne, Edwards, White and Wabash counties Thursday night, arresting a total of three people for selling to minors.
92-year-old Fairfield resident, Robert “Bob” James Hohl Sr. died Thursday, April 3 at Fairfield Memorial Hospital. He worked at Whirlpool Corporation for ten years. Along with his wife he operated the Open Hearth Restaurant for many years.