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Len Wells, WFIW News Director

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  • Headlines for Friday, May 22, 2015

    Probable cause has been found to bind a West Salem man over to trial on home invasion and other felony charges. The suspect, 22-year-old Ernest Holland, III appeared in Edwards County Circuit Court Thursday for a preliminary hearing on charges of home invasion, intimidation, aggravated unlawful restraint and aggravated assault. Holland is accused of forcing […]

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  • Headlines for Thursday, May 21, 2015

    Foundation Hall on the campus of Frontier Community College has been re-named “Bob Boyles Hall” in memory of the late Bob Boyles. Mr. Boyles joined Frontier Community College in 1981 and by 1986 he became the Director of Adult and Continuing Education. Boyles retired in 2007, after 26 years of service. Boyles returned as Dean […]

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  • Headlines for Wednesday, May 20, 2015

    Center Street School conducted graduation services Tuesday evening. Amber Clark was named Outstanding Student. The Salutatorian is Cassidy Hayes with Breah Morlan as the Valedictorian. The American Legion Award Winners were Cassidy Hayes and Cameron Crawford. The Legion Award runners-up were Hannah Odom and Logan Trent. 23-year-old Christopher R. Cleveland of West Salem has been […]

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  • Headlines for Tuesday, May 19, 2015

    An Illinois Secretary of State Police bomb squad destroyed a suspicious package Monday that was placed near a dumpster at the VFW Post in Carmi.   A passerby spotted the package around 8:30 Monday morning and alerted the Illinois State Police. The device was destroyed by the bomb squad. Officials determined the device was “non-threatening”. State […]

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  • Headlines, Monday 5-18-15

    89 students graduated from Fairfield Community High School on Sunday. Named the class Valedictorian was Samantha Ochs, the daughter of Christine and Kent Ochs. Salutatorian was Nathaniel Lackey son of Debbie Lackey and Kenneth Lackey. Samantha also won the American Legion award along with David Harl the son of Clint and Cheryl Harl. 13 Wayne […]

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  • Headlines for Sunday, May 17, 2015

    A Boil Order has been issued for residents of Burnt Prairie, and for Mill Shoals residents on the Shrewbury Cemetery Road and east.  Residents in these areas should boil any water to be used for human consumption, until further notice. Graduation for the 95 Fairfield Community High School seniors will be today at 2 p.m. […]

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  • Headlines for Saturday 5-16-15

    Clay County States Attorney Marilyn Brant announced she is retiring at the end June. Brant told Clay County Board members that it was her intention to complete her second term and not run for re-election in 2016 but due to an injury she is being sidelined. The Cisne Middle School held their graduation ceremonies last […]

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  • Headlines for Friday, May 15, 2015

    18-year-old Andrew Snyder of Carmi was killed Thursday afternoon when the small pickup truck he was driving went out of control and struck a semi on Ill. Rt. 130 south of Albion. Coroner Mark Curtis pronounced Snyder dead at the scene. He was on his way to work at Fram Filtration a little before 3 […]

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  • Headlines for Thursday, May 14, 2015

    ANOTHER FATAL CRASH  – A young Carmi factory worker died Thursday afternoon when the pickup truck he was driving went out of control and struck a semi south of Albion, Ill. Andrew Snyder, 18 was on his way to work at Fram Filtration in Albion shortly before 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon when he was killed. […]

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  • Headlines for Wednesday, May 13, 2015

    Three new aldermen took the oath of office during Tuesday night’s meeting of the Fairfield City Council. The incoming aldermen are Mike Pottorff, Ed Prince and Jason Reed. David Simpson was also sworn in as he won re-election. Pictured above left to right are Ed Prince, Jason Reed, Mike Pottorff and Mayor Chuck Griswold. Outgoing […]

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