Surviving are two daughters, Judy Loehr of Elgin, IL and Shelley Allen of Dahlgren; three granddaughters, Kathy Bergholt of Hampshire, IL, Karla
97-year-old Quincy resident, John Paul Bowers died Friday, July 26 at Sunset House in Quincy. A veteran of WW II, he flew B-17 bombers. A long time executive with the Gates Radio Company, he served as head of the
This dog showed up 1 mile south of Wayne City last night. She appears to be between 1-3 years. Has had ears docked. Very gentle with children and friendly. We are looking for her owners. If you recognize this dog,
82-year-old Wadesville, IN resident, Gladys J. (Papenmeier) Snodgrass, died Saturday, July 20 at Deaconess Hospital in Evansville, IN. Her family lived in Fairfield many years ago. She worked at Swift and Company, and was a member of Zion
The Harness Racing community is mourning the loss of one of its most memorable drivers. Leo Burns of Albion died over the weekend. He was 98. In June of last year, Leo became the oldest known winning driver in
Mary Ann Knakmuhs, 57 of Olney, IL died on July 8, 2013 at Richland Memorial Hospital in Olney.
Mary Ann attended college, earning her degree in social work and counseling and had worked at the Southeastern Counseling Service as a
Laura May Myers, age 81, of Browns, IL died on Saturday, July 6, 2013 at Deaconess Hospital, Evansville, IN. She began her working career at Mason’s Café in Albion, where she diligently saved her tip money to attend beauty school
Plans are in the works to replace the two bridges that carry Interstate-64 over the Wabash River south of Grayville. The project is part of a $9.1 billion long-range construction plan announced earlier this year by Gov. Pat Quinn.
Judge Thomas Foster has denied a defense motion to exclude videotaped statements that double murder suspect Danny K. Coston made to police last August, including his alleged confession. The motion to exclude the statements was denied Tuesday in a
Philip Joseph “Joe” Potter, age 55, of West Salem, IL died on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at his home. Joe completed his studies and earned the four-year Forestry Degree from Southern Illinois University. He was a member of the Zion