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Headlines for Tuesday, May 13, 2014

FCHS math teacher Tim Going made his first appearance in Wayne County Circuit Court Monday.  Judge Tom Dinn informed Going that he faces a class-1 felony charge of burglary and a class-3 felony charge of unlawful videotaping of a person under the age of 18.  Bond has been set at $250,000.  Going’s bond forbids him from going on to FCHS property or contacting any FCHS student.

27-year-old Anthony C. Bridges of Carmi has been sentenced to 5 years in prison after pleading guilty to a class-1 felony charge of burglary.  White County State’s Attorney Denton Aud says Bridges must also pay $818 in various fines and costs, which includes $342 restitution to his victim.

18-year-old Clayton Anderson of Shelbyville, IL has been sentenced to 3 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges he stole a McLeansboro woman’s car on May 5.  Hamilton County State’s attorney Justin Hood says that  Anderson has also been ordered to pay $907 in fines and court costs.

22-year-old Daniel K. Poshard of Carmi has been jailed on charges of unlawful restraint and domestic battery.  Poshard is accused of beating his girlfriend, 24-year-old Tiffany Downs of Grayville, and threatening her with a knife.

Haley Woodrow of Fairfield is the recipient of the $500 Community College Healthcare Hero Award.  Haley is the daughter of Kent and Kristie Woodrow of Enfield. She is a 2011 graduate of NCOE High School.

FMH Auxiliary Dinner Awards cropped

Pictured above are the Fairfield Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers who were honored during a special dinner for reaching their hour bars: Front Row- Anita Newcomb, David Land, Robert Morse, Sr., Richard Delsing, Kitty Dunlap, Judy Jelley. Back Row – Imo McGill, Carol Brach, Marie Rutger, Marlene Rogers, Vivian Struble, Dorothy Dickey

Graduation ceremonies for Edwards County High School have been set for 8 p.m. this Friday at the ECHS Gym in Albion.  Senior Class President Karlin Compton will give the welcome.

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