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Plea agreement in works in S. Illinois murder trial

RICHLAND COUNTY, Ill. -- A plea agreement is in the works for a Richland County, Illinois, man accused of murdering an 8-year-old Olney girl in 2016. Glenn R. Ramey, 54 of Olney, is awaiting trial on first-degree murder and sexual assault charges in connection with the Nov. 23, 2016 slaying of Sabri

EVANSVILLE COURIER-PRESS - 2018-01-15 17:20:48

Snow removal for city hampered by plow issues

MOUNT CARMEL - Mount Carmel Street Commissioner Eric Ikemire thanked the residents of Mount Carmel for their patience during the snow and ice storm this past Friday as city crews were down to one snow plow after mechanical issues forced down time with the second snow plow owned by the city. After re

DAILY REPUBLICAN REGISTER - 2018-01-16 17:00:00

Arrows have five champs at Winter Duals

The Sullivan wrestling team won two of three matches and had five champions at the annual Sullivan Winter Duals on Saturday. Because of the weather, Evansville Harrison and Pike Central were unable to attend. Sullivan defeated Northview 51-24 and Avon 42-39 before losing to eventual champion Vincenn

SULLIVAN-TIMES.COM - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

A credible project: County leaders hopeful that INDOT will help fund Elkhorn Road makeover

County officials made their case before the Indiana Department of Transportation this week on why a project to bring major improvements to Elkhorn Road is worth funding with state dollars. It was a brief presentation, but it left local leaders feeling pretty optimistic about the chances that the rou


Why is the UEA balking on Bauer's plan?

Why should there have been any debate at all over the proposal from Aaron Bauer for the Urban Enterprise Association to set aside a portion of its funding to help downtown homeowners fix up their properties? We just don't understand why Bauer's proposal should have been pushed off to some committee


'It's home:' Bettye J. McCormick Senior Center city's 'hidden gem'

Speaking above the chatter in the front office as visitors came and went, stopping to talk with the folks behind the front desk, Nola Davis remembered the first time she saw the new location for the Bettye J. McCormick Senior Center. It was November 1998 and the senior center was just moving into th


Town hall scheduled for U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs in Vincennes

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs scheduled a town hall in Vincennes for Wednesday from 5 until 7 p.m. The event will allow veterans to give feedback plus a VA staffer will be collecting and addressing questions. If you're interested, be sure to go to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 115

WTHI - 2018-01-16 23:18:00

Davis visit promotes anti-drug program

Caty Davis, otherwise known as Miss Tennessee 2017, will be making a stop in Tullahoma on Monday, Jan. 22, according to city officials. At the Jan. 8 meeting of the Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Aldermen, Mayor Lane Curlee announced that Davis will be spending a day in Tullahoma to promote her platfo

TULLAHOMA NEWS - 2018-01-16 21:55:00

Modern Jazz Quartet Redux: Celebrating jazz at Sewanee

Sewanee, Tenn.-A landmark concert in the history of American music gets long overdue recognition in February. Back in April 1961, eight years before the Woodstock Festival and eight years after Duke Ellington's last pop hit, the Modern Jazz Quartet was heard for the first time in the South, performi

HERALD CHRONICLE - 2018-01-15 21:34:00

Sunday church services canceled across Midstate

Though the roads are beginning to clear, some churches in Middle Tennessee have canceled Sunday Services for Sunday, Jan. 14.South Haven Baptist Church in Springfield, TNFirst Baptist Church of DicksonHillsboro Presbyterian ChurchWestwood Baptist Church Day care operations for the listed churches wi


More Tennessee Valley Snow On Tuesday

That snow is moving into northern Tennessee, approaching Nashville, this evening. That snow will track southward tonight. This evening will be clear across the Tennessee Valley with clouds increasing after 9 PM. A few snow flakes are possible from Fayetteville to Florence as early as midnight. Snow

WAAY-TV - 2018-01-16 01:13:00

Gas up more than 5 cents last week

Tennessee average price: $2.32/gallon National average price: $2.52/gallon Lowest in Manchester as of Sunday Jan. 14: Speedway, 1203 McArthur St., and BP, 1200 McArthur St., $2.23/gallon As the temperatures went down, gas prices went up last week. Average retail gasoline prices in Tennessee have ris

MANCHESTER TIMES - 2018-01-16 20:25:00

Wild and dirty times in the USA - Low Cut Connie

Ever wonder what the bands way down on the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival lineup are all about? The Manchester Times is reaching out to find out about these lesser-known bands - the 5-point type listed near the bottom of the lineup. Here is their story. "Sometimes you gotta rip s-t up, kids," Adam W


Bonnaroo festival evolves into 2018

After going to more than 10 Bonnaroo festivals (all of my 20s), last year was definitely a new atmosphere when comparing it to the past and what I'd gotten used to, but that's not all bad. I'll admit, last year was the only time I really felt like an old fuddy-duddy, at least at first. One thing I'v


Holts trey keeps Eaglettes atop 8-AAA

Senior Jenna Holt canned a 3-pointer from deep in the corner at the buzzer to lift Shelbyville Central to a 53-50 thrilling victory over visiting Coffee County in a battle of unbeatens in District 8-AAA action on Monday evening, The game was originally scheduled for Tuesday, but was moved up due to

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2018-01-16 06:00:00

Boil water issue close to being resolved

A boil water advisory has been lifted for a public wholesale water district in Southeast Kansas, but the advisory remains for communities and districts that buy water from it. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) issued a boil water advisory for Public Wholesale Water Supply Distri


Operation Soupline funds distributed through ACCL

The annual Soupline funds assistance to an estimated 400 households a year through the Alliance of Churches for Christian Living. Organizers say the money becomes available in March, and sometimes is what gets the program through the year without turning away applicants. "Some years, it's really clo

CHANUTE TRIBUNE - 2018-01-16 01:20:00

Quarterly coffee discusses US-169, Plummer Ave.

New city commissioners had a chance to meet with the public Saturday at Chanute's quarterly Coffee with Commissioners downtown. The meetings are sponsored by the Chanute Chamber of Commerce and hosted by Cardinal Drugstore. New commissioners Sam Budreau and Jacob LaRue, Mayor Phil Chaney and Neosho

CHANUTE TRIBUNE - 2018-01-16 01:20:00

Eureka To Host Annual Invitational This Saturday

The Eureka Tornadoes will be led by juniors Kendall Beitz and Kolby Beitz who, as of January 10, were ranked as top finishers in the 3-2-1A State. Last Wednesday, Kendall Beitz was ranked first in the 106-pound class. Tornado Kolby Beitz was ranked second in the 113-pound class.

EUREKAHERALD.COM - 2018-01-16 12:12:24

Downing to join Champion State of Mind

Champion State of Mind is proud to announce the addition of Annie Downing as their newest mental health therapist beginning in February 2018. Downing will see clients in Estherville, Okoboji (satellite office) and provide school-based therapy in the Okoboji School District. "I look forward to join

DICKINSONCOUNTYNEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 06:00:00