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Davis displeased with Jan 6 hearings

The January 6 Committee Hearings are on pause until early July, but that’s not stopping one member of congress from commenting on the goings-on in Washington, D.C. Taylorville Republican Rodney Davis says he was originally supposed to be a member of a bipartisan panel examining the information, but that never happened.
TAYLORVILLE, IL
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Staunton, Illinois man faces federal child pornography charges

CHICAGO – A Macoupin County, Illinois man could be imprisoned for the rest of his life if convicted on 15 counts related to possession and dissemination of child pornography. The Illinois Attorney General’s Office said 32-year-old Alex Ivey was arrested on Thursday, June 23 at his Staunton home. Investigators...
STAUNTON, IL
Breeze-Courier

Olde Bowl youth attend Lindenwood Lions Bowling Camp

ST. CHARLES — Pictured above are the Taylorville Lindenwood Lions bowling camp Attendees. First row from left to right: Macie Johnson, Kylie Callaway, Emma Eyer, Kierstyn Diehl, Abigail Parry. Second row from left to right: Cameron Alberts, AJ Evrley, Ian McGrath, Jack McGrath, Sam Puffenberger, Lions Head Coach Phil Vida.
TAYLORVILLE, IL
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Celebration of life for Gillespie, Mount Olive coach Don Dobrino on July 2

A celebration of life will be held for the longtime Gillespie and Mount Olive football coach Don Dobrino, nearly a year after his death in 2021. Dobrino, 15th all-time for wins in Illinois High School Association history with a 267-188-3 record, spent 27 seasons at Gillespie and 13 with the Wildcats. He came back at 80 years old for two more seasons with the Miners from 2015-16.
GILLESPIE, IL
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Auburn's Talin Kern attends Manning Passing Academy

Auburn, Ill. (WICS/WRSP) - Auburn High School starting quarterback Talin Kern wanted to get better this offseason. He decided to attend one of the most prestigious high school summer camps in the country, the Manning Passing Academy. The rising junior learned from the first family of football: Peyton, Eli, and...
AUBURN, IL
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Angela Goodrich

Angela Ruth Goodrich, 68, of Shipman, passed away at 1:43 pm on Friday, June 24, 2022, at Evelyns House in St. Louis. She was born on January 25, 1954, in Carrollton, to the late Adrian and Doris (Talkington) Kappel. She was a florist for Lammers in Alton and a member...
SHIPMAN, IL
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LLCC Childcare Receives Critical Accreditation

A local development center has earned continuing accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Lincoln Land Community College’s Child Development Center earned the honor from the world’s largest organization working on behalf of young children. The NAEYC accreditation is a system that uses...
LINCOLN, IL
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Two police officers hired, food truck ordinance voted down twice

The Auburn city council handled a busy agenda in just under two hours of open session Monday, which included the hiring of two police officers and the purchase of a generator for the community center. However, the council was once again unable to reach an agreement on a food truck...
AUBURN, IL
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Mount Olive church will honor America July 3

MOUNT OLIVE — The Mount Olive First Baptist Church at 410 W. 3rd N. St. in Mount Olive will celebrate "Prayer for America Sunday" on Sunday, July 3 in its 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. services. Military services and first responder uniforms are welcome and special patriotic...
MOUNT OLIVE, IL
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Vincent N. Drnjevic

Vincent N. Drnjevic, 55, of Taylorville, passed away on Sunday, June 26, 2022, at his home. Vincent was born April 29, 1967, in Taylorville, the son of Francis A. and Mary L. (Willer) Drnjevic, Jr. He graduated from Taylorville High School with the class of 1985 and began working as a meat cutter for Schnuck’s in Bloomington. Vincent then transferred to the Springfield location where he was currently employed. He was an avid John Wayne fan, loved playing bocce ball, and was a Bagna Cauda making champion. Vincent was a member of the Knights of Columbus #2120 in Taylorville.
TAYLORVILLE, IL
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