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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%
NASDAQ
4863.36
-13.16
-0.27%
S&P500
2056.15
-4.9
-0.24%
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  • Headlines for Thursday, March 26, 2015

    The Fairfield Elks Lodge #1631 recently announced its 2015 Americanism Essay winners.  At the 7th/8th grade level, Cameron Crawford, from Center Street School, $100 first place.  The winner of the 5th/6th grade classes from Jasper is McKenna Carter with $100 first place.  Second place $50 and third place $25 winners are Jaxson Youngblood of Wayne […]

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  • Headlines for Wednesday, March 25, 2015

    The operating hours at Fairfield City Hall are changing. Effective Monday, April 6, City Hall will be open from 7 a.m. until noon and 1 – 4 p.m. The hours are changing so City Hall employees work the same hours as other municipal workers. The first home game for the Fairfield Mules baseball team was […]

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  • Headlines for Tuesday, March 24, 2015

    54-year-old Melinda K. New of rural Fairfield has been jailed on methamphetamine-related charges following an incident at her home Monday night that involved gunplay. Wayne County Sheriff’s deputies were called to New’s residence shortly after 6 Monday on a report of unwanted people at her home. Police had been at her home earlier in the […]

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  • Headlines for Monday, March 23, 2013

    SCAM ALERT ! – Area police are warning residents about an IRS telephone scam that is going around. Residents report receiving a call from an “IRS Agent” who demands payment for overdue taxes. The “Agent” threatens to have the resident arrested in a matter of minutes if they don’t agree to send money to pay […]

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  • Headlines for Sunday, March 22, 2015

    60-year-old Rayma Holstein of Olney, IL was hurt Saturday afternoon in an accident on the St. Marie Road in Jasper County.  State police said Holstein lost control of her vehicle on a curve, causing it to hit a guardrail and land in a ditch.  She was taken to Richland Memorial Hospital in Olney for treatment […]

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  • Headlines for Saturday, March 21, 2015

    Several teachers were rehired during Thursday night’s meeting of the Fairfield Community High School Board.  Those rehired include Samantha Smith, Bethanie Rush, Kelsey St. Ledger, Jenna Turpin, Elizabeth Bray, Kali Strong, Donnie Lyons, Natalie Hurd and Jara Mitchell.  Lyons was rehired as assistant football coach. Mt. Carmel, IL police are investigating the death of a […]

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  • Headlines for Friday, March 20, 2015

      At Thursday night’s meeting of the Fairfield Community High School Board of Education, members approved a number of personnel issues. The following teachers were rehired: Samantha Smith, Bethanie Rush, Kelsey St Ledger, Jenna Turpin, Elizabeth Bray, Kali Strong, Donnie Lyons, Natalie Hurd, and Jara Mitchell. Donnie Lyons was rehired as assistant football coach. Area […]

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  • Headlines for Thursday, March 19, 2015

    The mother of a missing Fairfield teen will be one of the speakers at an upcoming prayer service for missing loved ones. Kathy Jo Hutchcraft, the mother of Megan Nichols will join two local pastors on Saturday, March 28 for a prayer service. Megan (pictured)  has been missing since July 3 of last year. The […]

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  • Headlines for Wednesday, March 18, 2015

      Officials with Frontier Community College have announced that Foundation Hall 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 […]

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  • Headlines for Tuesday, March 17, 2015

    31-year-old Rocky L. Hoard of Mount Carmel has been sentenced to six years in prison after pleading guilty to a Class-1 felony charge of residential arson. In pleading guilty, Hoard admitted he tossed a can of gasoline into a mobile home occupied by two residents in Mt. Carmel. The incident happened at about 3 a.m. […]

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