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South Dakota State breaks away for 41-17 win over WIU

MACOMB, Ill. (AP) — Chris Oladokun threw for two touchdowns, Pierre Strong Jr. ran for two and South Dakota State broke open a close game with a 21-point third quarter in taking a 41-17 victory over Western Illinois. South Dakota State led 13-10 at halftime before Kinser Madison blocked a punt and Canyon Bauer returned it 9 yards early in the third quarter. After the Leathernecks rebounded with Myles Wanza’s 15-yard TD run, the Jackrabbits added TDs on a 17-yard run by Strong and a Jaxon Janke 21-yard reception to lead 34-17 heading into the final quarter.
MACOMB, IL
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one registered sex offender living in Ipava as of week ending Oct. 10

There is currently one registered sex offender living in Ipava as of week ending Oct. 10, according to Illinois Police Sex Offender Registry. Ipava is home to one sexual predator. Sexual predators and child murderers remain on the registry for the rest of their life. Sexually violent people are no...
IPAVA, IL
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McDonough County’s worst fire, back in the 1870s

As some newspapers and online sites have mentioned, this is the 100th anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire, which occurred on October 8-10, 1871. It destroyed over 17,000 buildings, killed about 300 people, and reduced many families to poverty. The blaze started in a barn on the southwest part of the city but eventually jumped over the Chicago River and destroyed both the center of the city and the near north side.
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Biagini joins Springfield Clinic

MACOMB — Dr. Biagini is serving patients in gastroenterology at his current location, now called Springfield Clinic Macomb Gastroenterology, at 5 Doctor’s Lane, Macomb, Ill, 61455. Dr. Biagini completed his fellowship at the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine in Miami, Fla., and his residency at Rush...
MACOMB, IL
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Commissioners deny Health Department plan

MACOMB — With a unanimous vote Wednesday, the Macomb Planning Commission recommended denial of a change in zoning that would allow the McDonough County Health Department to construct a drive-thru and storage building on East Washington Street property adjacent to its East Jackson Street offices. "We have nowhere to store...
MACOMB, IL
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WIU falters in second half vs. SDSU

MACOMB — This week, it was not the slow first half start that doomed the Western Illinois football team, but the adding of mistakes in the second half that cost the Leathernecks on Saturday afternoon. WIU was able to hang around with the 7/8 ranked Jacks, leading 10-7 in the...
MACOMB, IL
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Oct. 15: four registered sex offenders living in Smithfield

There are currently four registered sex offenders living in Smithfield as of Oct. 15, according to Illinois Police Sex Offender Registry. Smithfield is home to three sexual predators. Sexual predators and child murderers remain on the registry for the rest of their life. Sexually violent people are no longer listed...
SMITHFIELD, IL
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Building beds for kids

MACOMB — Volunteers from the Macomb Rotary Clubs, the Macomb Lions Club, and the newly-formed Sleep in Heavenly Peace LaHarpe Chapter were busy at work Thursday constructing bed frames for children without a bed of their own to sleep in. Their goal: to construct 20 wooden-frame beds which will be...
MACOMB, IL
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Canton woman pleads not guilty to murder of her infant daughter

LEWISTOWN (Heart of Illinois ABC) -- A Canton woman accused of murdering her five-month old daughter plead not guilty in her first physical court appearance Thursday. 23-year-old Joslynn Graham looked on as her public defender entered a not guilty plea on her behalf. She is charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the death of her five-month-old daughter Emery Lyons.
LEWISTOWN, IL
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WIU welcomes another Top 10 team

MACOMB — Stop if you have heard this before. The Western Illinois football team is taking on a top 10 FCS program this weekend. This time, it is 7/8 South Dakota State at Western on noon this Saturday. And while the opponent, time and location change on a weekly basis,...
MACOMB, IL
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Panther-Titan Showdown Tonight LIVE

The biggest game in may years for the Football Panthers will take place tonight as EP takes on Monmouth-Roseville in Monmouth at 7:00PM. Both teams come into the contest with perfect marks in the TRAC Rock Division and playoff seedings in the balance. Join us for the game LIVE starting...
MONMOUTH, IL

Galesburg man arrested for the 2nd time this month after resisting officers.

Around 8:20pm on Tuesday, October 12th, Galesburg Police were dispatched to the 1500 block of Harrison Street in reference to an unwanted subject. Officers arrived and made contact with 37-year old Brandon Wilson who refused to leave the residence. When officers went to detain Wilson, he pulled away from officers, tensed up, dropped to his knees, and attempted to bang his head on a metal rail at one point. Officers were forced to carry Wilson to a patrol car. Wilson continually resisted – forcing officers to use pepper spray on him. He also ended up bloodied after dragging his face along the gravel driveway. Wilson was eventually transported to the Public Safety Building with help from the Abingdon Police Department’s squad car equipped with a full cage. He was charged with a valid Knox County Warrant, Criminal Damage to Government Property after kicking a squad car, and Resisting a Peace Officer. Wilson was just arrested on October 3rd for Battery, Criminal Trespassing, Disorderly Conduct, Resisting a Peace Officers, and a valid McDonough County Warrant after he attempted to fight his neighbors and exposed himself in the street.
GALESBURG, IL
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Bushnell called home by five registered sex offenders by week ending Oct. 10

There are currently five registered sex offenders living in Bushnell as of week ending Oct. 10, according to Illinois Police Sex Offender Registry. Bushnell is home to three sexual predators. Sexual predators and child murderers remain on the registry for the rest of their life. Sexually violent people are no...
BUSHNELL, IL
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