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Super Saturday event at North Greene High School. See page A8
Long ~ White engagement. See page B2
Spartans defeat Cougars. See page B1
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Body found in vehicle awaiting positive ID By CARMEN ENSINGER Greene Prairie press Authorities believe they have found a missing elderly Greene County woman in a rural area of Jersey County in her burnt vehicle. Betty Short, 85, of rural Carrollton, was reported missing to the Greene County Sheriffâ€™s Department on Feb. 8. According to a bulletin released by Greene County Sheriff Rob McMillen, the last confirmed physical sighting of Short was on Tuesday evening, Feb. 7 at approximately 9:15 p.m. when she pulled into a residence on Panhandle Road in rural Jersey County and advised the resident there that she was lost and trying to locate a subject. Short was last seen driving a 2008 White Chevy Impala and both the Greene and Jersey sheriffâ€™s departments along with many friends and
family had scoured the countryside for Short. The search ended Friday morning. Greene County Sheriff Rob McMillen issued the following statement in a press release Friday afternoon, Feb. 10. â€œThe Jersey County Sheriffâ€™s Department and the Jersey County Coronerâ€™s Office are investigating and conducting the death investigation of the person discovered in the vehicle, but I believe the person found in the car was Betty A. Short,â€? McMillen said. McMillen referred all questions to the Jersey County Sheriffâ€™s Department and the Jersey County Coronerâ€™s Office. Jersey County Sheriff John Wimmersberg said the burned out remains of Shortâ€™s car, a 2008 Chevy Impala, were found Friday morning on Philâ€™s Creek Road in rural Jersey
By CARMEN ENSINGER Greene Prairie Press The Greene-Calhoun CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) Program will be holding a fundraising event on Feb. 25 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at the KC Hall in Carrollton to help students raise funds to start their own businesses as part of the program. This program consists of eight students from Carrollton, North Greene, Greenfield and Calhoun high schools who meet three times a week and hear from different local business leaders about how to be a successful business owner. â€œThe overall goal of this program is to spark an interest in these students in economic development,â€? program director Andrew Reinnert said. â€œGive them an opportunity to see the success stories of local businessmen and women so,
hopefully, they will want to come back and start their own business in their communities.â€? By providing the tools, leadership and entrepreneurial training, the program shows students how to establish and grow a business and how local connections can help in the process. Morgan Layton is a junior at Calhoun High School and said she took the class because she saw it as a challenge. â€œI love trying new things and since this class was new, I thought I might like to give it a try because you never know what you might like unless you give it a try,â€? she said. â€œBefore I took this class, I had no idea how a business came about.â€? The program started in August of last year and the students are now at their end goal of starting their very own business. One of the (See, CEO PROGRAM, A2)
Liz Killion, of Killion Communications in Roodhouse, talks with the Greene-Calhoun CEO students last week about her business. Each week the students in the class meet with a different business owner and hear how she started her business and what the key to success is. Along with Killion in the foreground, left to right: Karmen Brown, Morgan Layton and Wade Prough.
Carrollton seeking grant for new water tower
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By CARMEN ENSINGER Greene Prairie Press Carrollton City Council members, at the Feb. 9 regular city council meeting, gave the cityâ€™s engineering firm, Benton and Associates, authorization to prepare an engineering report in order to submit an application from the USDA for construction of a new water tower. At the last workshop meeting, Bill Sleeman of Benton and Associates informed the council that more than likely the USDA would make available funding, and the city would be in a better position to receive this funding if they had a project ready to go when the money was released. â€œIf you have a preliminary engineering report to show them with your application, it is going to strengthen your chances,â€? Sleeman said. â€œThis is going to show them that you are ready to move forward if you do get the grant.â€? Sleeman said while there are several other projects that might be considered (See, GRANT, A3)
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investigation. â€œIf I had to speculate, I would think maybe the heat from the engine or the friction from the tires spinning might have caught the field grass on fire which would have then caught the vehicle on fire,â€? the sheriff said. â€œTo be honest, at this point in time, we donâ€™t know exactly how the vehicle caught fire. Iâ€™ve asked for the assistance of the Illinois State Police Crime Scene Unit and the Illinois State Fire Marshalâ€™s Office in the investigation and the reports on their findings are still pending.â€? Short was reported spotted Wednesday morning around 8:45 a.m. driving eastbound on Rt. 16 in Jerseyville and again Thursday morning sitting on the side of the road two miles north of Jerseyville on Rt. 67. â€œMyself, several deputies and Chief (See, WOMAN, A2)
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County between Medora and Kane. â€œPhilâ€™s Creek Road is pretty much just grass and dirt, and itâ€™s a dead end road,â€? Wimmersberg said. â€œThe vehicle was approximately 300 yards from the dead end of Philâ€™s Creek Road. There was a single occupant in the driverâ€™s seat of the car, but the identity of the occupant hasnâ€™t been confirmed at this time.â€? Jersey County Coroner Larry Alexander confirmed that an official determination of the identity is still pending. â€œThere was an autopsy done but we are still waiting on test results, plus confirmation through DNA testing that it was Short,â€? Alexander said. According to Wimmersberg, the car was found nose down in the ditch surrounded by tall field grass in what would be considered a field run off ditch. The cause of the fire is still under
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:DWHUWRZHUGDWHV EDFNWR By CARMEN ENSINGER Greene Prairie Press When Carrolltonâ€™s city engineer, Bill Sleeman, proposed the city look into getting a grant for a new water tower he said he couldnâ€™t be sure just how old the current water tower is because there are no records of it being built, but it dates back to at least 1936 according to an aerial photo taken during this period. Carrollton City Clerk Ryan Scott decided to do a little digging in the cityâ€™s records and discovered the actual bid quote from the company who built the tower in 1924. â€œMr. Sleeman had asked me to find as much information on the water tower as I could because it would help with our grant application, so I decided to go look in the records that are stored in our vault,â€? Scott said. â€œThatâ€™s when I (See, TOWER, A3)
Mystery surrounding skeletal remains solved Carmen Ensinger/Greene Prairie Press
Can I make both? Rylee Gammon, 9, of White Hall, asks if she can make both animals at the craft booth at Cupidâ€™s Corner on Main. Cupidâ€™s Corner was held in the Country Companies building in White Hall and consisted of several local vendors selling merchandise. The event was organized to encourage residents to shop local for holiday gift giving.
By CARMEN ENSINGER Greene Prairie Press Demolition of a building in White Hall came to a grinding halt Tuesday, Feb. 7, after skeletal remains were found in the basement of the building located on North Main. The remains were later determined to be from a human skeleton model used in a physicianâ€™s office many years ago.
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White Hall Police Chief Luke Coultas said his department was notified at last Tuesday at approximately 9:44 a.m. of the situation. â€œThe remains were discovered during the beginning stages of demolition of the building,â€? Coultas said. â€œThe members of the construction company found what appeared to be human skeletal remains partially buried in the basement of the (See, SKELETAL, A2)
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Outdoor Truths: Gary Miller
Success with less effort
Deer season has been over for a few weeks now, and turkey season is right around the corner. I like how each of these are so different than the other. If hunting turkeys involved as much as hunting deer, I would have to give up one. In days past, they were. Let me explain. Years ago, deer hunting hardly amounted to anything more than building a couple of fixed tree stands in welltraveled areas. They lasted for years and each season one would simply climb into one of those stands. There was not much preparation, and for many hunters opening day was an event that quickly came and left. There might have even been a cabin or camping area where guys would come together for a few days in order to hang out and hunt. After those few days, it was
back to work with an occasional weekend giving it another try. There was not much land management, no trail cameras, and the trophy was any deer that fell to the ground. Today, serious deer hunters never stop pursing their game. The year is made up of either hunting or getting ready to hunt. It’s February now, and if there is to be a summer crop that will keep deer close all year, the field needs to be turned and prepared for the seed that must be planted in the next few weeks. And while we’re at it, now is a good time to do some scouting since there are no leaves on the trees. One might even find some sheds to let him know what bucks may still be around. It never stops. Turkey hunting on the other hand amounts to
knowing where the turkeys are and being able to call them close enough to shoot. That’s it! And thank God for it! Easier said than done; but simple. It’s like taking something that is otherwise hard, and even pressure filled, and making it easy. I like that, and I guess that’s why I look forward to this season. When I think about the Christian life, I have similar feelings. It seems while being a Christian can bring difficulty and persecution; that persecution and difficulty need not come from one’s on hand – or rather from one’s own false ideas. I find this to be the biggest problem among believers. We make it harder than it needs to be by taking on a responsibility that, not only is not ours, but that is impossible for us to do. It’s the
responsibility for living out the Christian life. The power a n d responsibility for that comes from the Spirit of God. And as soon as we learn this, not only will the pursuit be more fun, success will come with a lot less effort. QGary Miller is an outdoorsman from Harrowgate, Tenn. He serves as a pro staff member for several hunting-related companies and also speaks at game dinners and other hunting and fishing venues about faith and the outdoors. He can be reached at gary@ outdoortruths.org.
Letters to the editor Thankful for all who responded to downtown fire TO THE EDITOR: I would like to thank all the local fire departments that assisted in our downtown fire on January 31. The departments included: Carrollton, Eldred, Kane, Greenfield, Rockbridge, Roodhouse, Winchester, Manchester, Woodson, Murrayville, North-Scott Fire Protection and South Jacksonville. I am very proud of our own department and with the help of the other departments we were able to deep the damage to a minimum. I would also
like to thank CPS for hauling water for us. Greene County Sheriff Rob McMillen and his officers, Roodhouse and White Hall Police Departments, my dispatcher Chelsey McGee and the girls in the White Hall City Hall. All of the businesses and individuals that brought food, drinks, etc. Our MABAS division 35 that brought us light towers and the workers of the City of White Hall who were able to get the utilities shut off in a timely manner. Tim Dugan with Ameren for removing power lines
when requested and getting power shut off where necessary. If I have forgotten someone I am sorry but there was a lot going on. It was a community effort, also thanks for being patient while we brought the smoke in the downtown area under control. Most of all, I want to thank God for guiding us through this tragic time and keeping all safe.. GARRY SHEPPARD White Hall Fire Chief
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CEO program (Continued from A1) first things needed to start any business is capital, which is why the GreeneCalhoun CEO is putting on the GreeneCalhoun CEO Meal, Music and More fundraiser. As the title infers, there will be a meal, music and an auction where participants can bid on a wide variety of items. The event is being set up by the members of the CEO class with Greenfield senior Hunter Masters heading up the event, which is a first for him and a definite learning experience. “I’ve been put in charge of the event and everyone has to come through me if they have any questions about anything concerning the event,” Masters said. “It has been a real challenge for me because there are so many aspects involved – everything from selling tickets to getting items to add to the silent auction.” So far the response has been great. “A lot of people actually know about our class in general because of it being in the newspaper,” Masters said. “So, they usually say, ‘Yeah, I will buy a ticket’ or ‘I’ll just donate something for your silent auction.’” All of the members of the class are tasked with selling the tickets and gathering the items for the auction. North Greene senior Hunter Clanton said taking the class has helped him tremendously with his communication skills. “I am a much more social person now than I was before I started this class,” Clanton said. “I was someone who I’d have to know you and then I could have a conversation with you, but now I’m able to just go up to anyone and talk to them – even if I’ve never met them before.” Carrollton senior Hannah White said in addition to learning communication skills, the class has taught her the value of marketing skills. “The one thing that I have learned from the program is that the most important thing you can do is to get the word out,” she said. “Succeeding in business is all about timing – like this event we are having. We have been selling tickets for about a month now, even though the
event was quite some time off. People might not buy one right then, but you are getting the idea in their ear early so they can get it on their calendar. They can buy tickets at the door, but at least with us getting out there selling the tickets, they know it is going on.” Clanton is starting his own lawn mowing business; Masters is planning to sell fresh vegetables from a garden this summer and White, along with fellow CEO member Michelle Longmeyer, started M and H Essentials. “It’s basically an idea we got from Pinterest,” White said. “We make scented bath bombs, candles and things like that. It’s something that didn’t require a whole lot of startup money and something we could both be a part of since both of us have jobs and school.” Layton decided her business would consist of making tutus and headbands for little girls. Layton cleverly calls her business “Tututales” and said she is very familiar with the test market. “I have a lot of younger siblings so I will always have guinea pigs to try new things out on or to get ideas from,” she said. “Also, I chose to do tutus because, let’s face it, what little girl doesn’t love wearing tutus and pretending they’re a princess or ballerina.” And, when one group of girls outgrows their tutu’s – there’s always more waiting in the wings. Throughout the year, the students have had the opportunity to visit many different businesses and hear the business owners talk about how they got their start in business and what they attribute their success to. Each of them had a different favorite. Masters said his favorite place was Greene Gables Inn Bed and Breakfast in White Hall. “I would probably have never had the opportunity to go in there were it not for this class,” Masters said. “Honestly, I would have never thought it would have been as nice as it is nor would I have thought it would do that well in White Hall.” Clanton said that is another valuable
lesson they are learning. “We are learning how these businesses are able to stay open in a place like Greene and Calhoun counties,” Clanton said. “Their secret to operating successfully in a small town is one of the most valuable lessons we are learning.” Clanton’s favorite business was Billy Bob Teeth in Calhoun. “That was a really cool place to visit and just the crazy process of the whole thing,” Clanton said. “How he came to do it and all. But the thing that really shocked me was that his best seller wasn’t any of the crazy teeth – it was the perfect teeth. That was amazing to me.” Both Layton and White said Alfonso’s Pizza in Carrollton was their favorite place to visit. “Alfonso just had this humbleness about him when he spoke that struck me,” Layton said. “He spoke of many different things, but when he spoke to us he told us how he ended up here and how hard it was for him to adjust. There was no way I could have done what he did.” White said Alfonso’s entire story interested her. “I was very interested to hear him tell us how he just kind of up and left Peru and came to Chicago for school, met his wife and ended up coming to Carrollton,” White said. “He said that when he worked at Hardee’s, he told them that one day he was going to own a pizza restaurant and only one of his co-workers believed in him. He said that you only need one person to believe in your dream.” Layton said this coincided with the most valuable lesson she feels she learned from the class. “The most valuable lesson I learned from this class is to never give up,” she said. “In anything you do, you might fail first, but to become successful you have to keep trying. If you give up or quit the first time you fail. Then you have removed all chances of ever becoming successful in that area.” Tickets for the event at the KC Hall can be purchased from any CEO member or by contacting the Greenfield, Carrollton, North Greene or Calhoun high schools.
for a human skeletal model. “The building in which the investigation is located was used as a doctor’s office from 1920 until 1969,” Coultas said. “The White Hall Police Department has taken statements from individuals who witnessed a human skeletal model hanging inside the doctor’s office in the 1950s. There is no evidence to believe any foul play is suspected.” Coultas said that he also wanted to make it clear that the building in which the investigation took place was not involved in the fire that occurred last week. The building is owned by Ricky Gound, Jr., and prior to the adjacent fire, it was home to Sparta Cuts Hair Salon. Coultas was asked why the skeletal model was buried in the first place. “This basement had a dirt floor and the foundation was not in great shape,”
Coultas said. “This probably allowed water to seep in and animals to furrow in and after time we think the bones just settled into the dirt.” Coultas was also asked why it took so long to determine it was a medical skeleton since there should have been obvious signs present such as bored holes in the bones and metal wires which would have held the bones together. “We had to get confirmation from the Illinois State Archaeological Society that these were not remains from prehistoric times in order to uncover the bones that were just under the surface,” he said. “Once we were able to examine the bones that were covered, we found evidence of bones with holes and wires that appeared to be from a medical skeleton. Prior to being able to remove the dirt covering the bones, we were unable to see this evidence.”
Skeletal (Continued from A1) building located at 113 North Main.” The building is located next to the scene of the huge fire two weeks ago, which burned a former storage unit, the building to the south, next to the building being demolished, and historic Union Hall which was home to Pack Mule Antiques. “A preliminary investigation by a forensic anthropologist advised that the remains may be up to 100 years of age,” Coultas said. Illinois State Police Crime Scene Unit was called in and the White Hall Police Department continued to work with the Greene County Coroner’s Office and the ISP unit throughout the day Wednesday. Coultas provided an update later Wednesday afternoon stating that preliminary evidence points to the human remains uncovered as being those used
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Woman (Continued from A1) McMillen from Greene came down and we all pretty much just drove and drove, around the area of Kane, east of Kane, west of Kane and that entire area and we didn’t find anything,” Wimmersberg said. “The difficult part is that when you are looking for someone in a vehicle – where do you start? So, that was one of the issues we had.” Wimmersberg believes these sightings might not have been Short’s car at all. “I believe the sightings were of cars that matched the description we put out,” Wimmersberg said. “It was a white Chevy Impala being driven by an elderly female – I’m sure that’s not such an uncommon description, so if someone sees a white Impala with a female driver they might assume it was her.” The reason Wimmersberg thinks the sightings might not have been her is because
he believes the car might have been in the location at which it was found since late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. “This is only speculation and we don’t know anything for sure at this point, but based on the burn pattern at the scene and the weather we had on Wednesday and Thursday with the sleet and snow, I honestly believe the vehicle caught fire sometime within this time frame,” he said. “But until the reports come in, it is only speculation.” McMillen commended the efforts of everyone in the search for Short. “I would like to thank all the community and volunteers for their hard work in locating the vehicle that Mrs. Short was driving,” he said. “I am sure that once positive identification is made of the deceased person in the burnt car is made that it will offer some relief and comfort to the family.”
Greene County Health Department Monday, Feb. 20: Office closed for Holiday. Tuesday, Feb. 21: WIC Clinic. Wednesday, Feb. 22: WIC Clinic Thursday, Feb. 23: Immunization Clinic 8:30 to 11:30 & 1:00 to 3:30 p.m.; (Please Note: Parent or legal guardian must be present at Time of immunization); Free Pregnancy Testing – 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.; Blood Pressure Screening – 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 24: WIC Clinic For more information visit our website at: www. greenecountyhealth.com NOTE: Skilled nursing home health care visits and home health aides visits are available on a daily basis, including Saturdays and Sundays, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy are also available. Call 1-800-942-6961.
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Grant (Continued from A1) for a grant, the water tower was the most pressing. “We’re not sure exactly when your water tower was built, but we know it is over 80 years old,” Sleeman said. “While we can’t find any records when it was built, we did find an aerial photo dated 1936 with the water tower in it.” (See accompanying story). According to Sleeman, the useful life of a water tower is usually around 50 years. “However, due to the due diligence of the city, your water tower has lasted a lot longer,” he said. “You’ve gotten 30 more years out of it, but the time has come that you need to be more proactive than reactive.” The council approved a resolution authorizing Benton and Associates to put together a predevelopment planning grant application for the water tower at a cost not to exceed $2,500. The council also approved authorizing the preparation of a preliminary engineering report. Sleeman said this agreement would not be in effect unless the city receives the grant. “If you don’t receive the grant, then this agreement will simply go away,” he said. “But we think you have a very good chance. We should know in around two months or so and if you do receive it, you would be responsible for 25 percent of the $27,800 cost.” The grant the city will be applying for is a 75/25 grant meaning the city would be responsible for 25 percent of the total cost of the project with the federal government picking up the other 75 percent. An update was given by Public Works Director Mike Snyder regarding the fast track demolition on four derelict properties in the city. Snyder said that he contacted Ballard Bros. in White Hall and had them come look at the properties. “We had them come down and
look at see what the demolition might entail so we can put it out for bids,” Snyder said. “The committee handling this needs to meet again to see what action they would like to take.” No one is living in any of the four houses currently being considered for demolition and the owners of the properties have not yet been contact. Alderwoman Sharon Butler said the committee needs to meet and decide in what order they want to pursue demolition of the properties once the city has gone through the proper steps required through the fast track demolition procedure. Snyder also updated the council on the Walnut Street project. The city hired the county highway department to do the project, which is supposed to alleviate some of the drainage issues on the northwest side of town. “For all intents and purposes, the county has finished with their part of the project,” Snyder said. “All that is left to do is for it to be seeded, and we will be doing that this spring when the weather turns.” Snyder informed the council he wanted to look into getting a portion of the sewer on third street near the Edgewood Drive subdivision, located south of the high school, cameraed. “The city sewer that goes up to this subdivision comes off Third Street somewhere, but we don’t know exactly where,” Snyder said. “They have issues in this subdivision and when we go in and clean the sewer on Third Street from Virginia Street on south, we alleviate their problems. We just need to see exactly where it comes off of.” Snyder said that since the city was a member of the rural water association and they do this sort of thing, that they may do the job for nothing or a nominal fee. “I’m sure we can use their services, but if not I will price someone else to camera it,” Snyder said.
“Once we find out where it comes off, we can set a manhole there so we can have access to that sewer so we can clean it and have it on a schedule to keep them from having issues.” The council approved a motion to renew the city’s electric contract for another three-year term with EnergyMe at a rate of .05243. per kilowatt hour. The city had the option of a one, two- or three-year contract, but the longer the contract the lower the rate the city received. Council members also approved renewing the city’s existing dental coverage with Delta Dental for an additional two years with no rate increase. They also approved a two-year renewal of the city’s vision coverage with Delta Vision. City Treasurer Debbie Dunlap said around 60 percent of the city’s employees take advantage of the dental and vision insurance. Premiums for these coverage are paid for by the employees enrolled in the programs. The council unanimously approved opening a separate checking account for the upcoming bicentennial in 2018 and transferring $5,000 from the General Fund to this account to be used for the bicentennial celebration. “This is still going to be a city account maintained within the regular bookkeeping system of the city,” Dunlap said. “So there is going to be regular reporting for any revenue or disbursements made within the account.” All members of the city council will be designees for signing checks and it takes at least two signatures from council members on any check written. Also approved was a bicentennial board composed of: Chairman – Bernie Faul; secretary – Mary Hires; treasurer – Dunlap and board members Sharon and Ken Butler, Dan and Elaine Pohlman and Lisa Eldridge. The cicentennial committee meets the first Thursday of every
Land Of Lincoln Treasure Buyer coming to Carrollton Rake through the sofa cushions, dump out those junk drawers, and scan through your closets and attic! The Land Of Lincoln Treasure Buyers LLP is coming to Carrollton! If you have ever wondered what that old guitar, toy or piece of broken jewelry is worth…now is your chance to find out and even possibly sell your items for cash dollars if you choose! No checks, cash paid only. The Land Of Lincoln Treasure Buyers LLP will be holding a free public event at the Carrollton Public Library 509 S. Main St. Carrollton, Thursday, Feb. 23, noon rp 5 p.m. and Friday, Feb. 24, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Archie Davis, Vice President and Owner of Land Of Lincoln Treasure Buyers LLP, hopes everyone will come out and take advantage of this free opportunity to learn from their experts and possibly even leave with some cash in your pocket. “I have a number of outstandingly knowledgeable individuals that have years of experience in evaluating old coins, currencies, toys, dolls, trains, advertising tems, and watches just to name a few.” Davis told us. “If you have items such as these, now might be the perfect time to liquidate them. We will make fair offers on anything that is old or gold; and pay you for your treasure in cash dollars”. People should expect to arrive to a fun and friendly event. They openly share their knowledge and want to educate folks. All of the associates are professional and friendly people who have a passion for the “old and interesting”. Most items they see can be carried in, but another thing people can do is to take pictures of large or heavy items with their cell phone. They can then see them via the phone or even by texting the picture to them. “Everyone has something that they have always been curious to research. I cannot count the times that we hear, ‘Oh wow that’s what that is!’ or “I’ve shown this thing to 10 different people and nobody knew what it was, let alone that it was worth so much money,” says Davis. “We have fun seeing the lights “turn on” in our client’s eyes on those occasions when we can “make their day”! It’s a Wwn-win situation and we just love those!” Many people may hesitate to bring in items such as broken pocket or wristwatches,
twisted up heaps of necklaces or costume jewelry, or those tokens or tie clips that have been pushed around for years in drawers or jewelry boxes. They think, “Who would want this stuff?” The answer is we do, and we will pay you for them! You would be amazed at how quickly little things can add up! Davis says another increasingly popular way to take advantage of his team’s services – call and set up a home visit. “Some people might let this opportunity slip past them due to a lack of mobility or other limiting factors. We understand these things totally and we can make arrangements to come to see you when it is warranted.” “We are really excited about another avenue for qualified sellers that we have just added to our roster of services. It is a joint venture that we have recently created with one of Illinois’ top auction services. They have eliminated the sales commission to sellers, and now burden the buyers with it to save you money! Large estates, small estates, antique/pawn store buy-outs, you name it and we will evaluate it and make offers. For highly rare items or large estates, we will advance money towards the eventual sale price and use their nationwide network of buyers to properly place your items with so they realize their maximum potential. “The nationwide focus has been set on gold & silver due to their high values.” Davis states, “But we look at anything you bring to us because there can be a lot of value in the most unsuspecting item!” Musical instruments, toys, advertising items, all foreign coins, all US coins dated 1970 and earlier, silver & gold bullion, currency, war memorabilia, old sterling flatware sets, purses and handbags! Also Davis recommends that you do not try to clean or polish anything as you could actually reduce its value. Land Of Lincoln Treasure Buyers LLP is a small company made up of friends and colleagues and it is based in Jacksonville. To conduct business in this fashion we all undergo and pass background checks monthly as required by state and local officials. Look for our ad for a full list of treasures that we are searching for or call 217-415-7481 with any questions that you might have.
New Illinois hunting and trapping season for bobcats a success Hunters and trappers took a preliminary total of 141 bobcats during the 2016-17 Illinois Bobcat Hunting and Trapping Season. “We are very pleased with the response to Illinois’ new hunting and trapping season for bobcats,” said Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Director Wayne Rosenthal. “The recovery of the bobcat is a conservation success story in Illinois. We were pleased with the response of hunters and trappers that applied for permits, and we will continue to evaluate the program.” More than 6400 people applied for 500 permits to take bobcats. Those awarded a permit in the lottery were required to register their harvest within 48 hours and purchase a Bobcat Pelt Temporary Permit. hey reported
taking 69 bobcats by hunting, 49 by trapping, 12 by archery, and salvaging 11 from roads. Bobcats were harvested in 44 counties in the open zone, which included western and southern parts of the state. Top counties were Pike (11), Jackson (10), Jefferson (7), Carroll (6), and Randolph (6). Prelimininary bobcat harvest totals for other local counties were: Calhoun, 2; Greene, 2; Scott, 3. The 2016-17 season for hunting bobcats with bow or gun was conducted Nov. 10, 2016 through Jan. 31, 2017 (closed during Firearm Deer Season), while permitted trappers were able to take bobcats Nov. 5, 2016 through Jan. 20, 2017 in the northern zone and Nov. 10, 2016 through Jan. 25, 2017 in the southern zone.
discovered a document from the Chicago Bridge and Iron Works dated Aug. 7, 1924 and directed to City Clerk J.E. Postlewait.” Chicago Bridge and Iron Works submitted a bid of $9,820 to construct a 100,000 gallon elevated steel tank. While this might sound like a pittance according to today’s prices, apparently the company was having problems collecting payment on other towers it had constructed. “Since we frequently have encountered difficulties regarding payments when contracting with municipalities, we trust that there will be no objection on your part to giving us full information concerning the financial arrangements which have been made to pay for the 100,000 gallon elevated steel tank to be erected by us,” the letter said. “Will you kindly tell us, therefore, whether the full amount of $9,820 is now on hand ready to be drawn as the payments become due and available for no other purpose? If the money is not now on hand, please advise us how the money is to be raised, whether by bond issue, borrowing or tax levy.” Obviously, this was long before month at 7 p.m. at City Hall and Faul said everyone is welcome to attend. “We need the input from the citizens of Carrollton because we are looking for different ways to raise money for this celebration,” Faul said. “We have a couple ideas, but we need volunteers to help with these fundraisers.” Faul, who is also a member of the Carrollton Chamber of Commerce, commented on an upcoming mayoral debate being scheduled for March 13 at 7 p.m. at the high school. The Chamber is hosting the event along with the high school American Government class.
government bureaucracy entered into the picture because Postlewait’s response was scribbled on the bottom of the original letter. “All of the money is not on hand at this time, but will be paid to your firm as quickly as payments are due. Bonds were voted last April and the money will all be available on or before Sept. 30, 1924.” This must have been enough assurance for Chicago Bridge and Iron Works because a contract was drawn up and signed by Chicago Bridge and Iron Works and a copy submitted to the Caldwell Engineering Company on Sept. 2, which is located in Jacksonville. “No one had any idea just how old the tower was, but none of us thought it was almost 100 years old,” Scott said. “I guess you could say we have gotten very good use out of it all these years, but I would say it’s time we looked into a new one.” The city is currently in the process of submitting a pre-application grant for funding from the USDA. If approved for the 75/25 grant, the city would be responsible for only 25 percent of the total cost of construction of the new tower.
“We have sent letters out to all of the candidates asking for their participation,” Faul said. “We are still working on how we are going to get the questions submitted from the public, but we do plan to have a way for the residents to submit questions they would like to see answered by the candidates.” Dunlap announced on March 18 the second annual Guns and Hoses event will be held at the Carrollton High School at 7 p.m. Proceeds from the event will go to a local cancer patient. The event pits local law enforcement officers against local firemen in a friendly game of basketball.
County board approves backhoe purchase By CARMEN ENSINGER Greene Prairie Press Greene County Board members barely had enough members present Wednesday, Feb. 8 to convene their regular monthly meeting. Board members Michael McNear, A.J. McAdams and John Goode were absent when the board convened at 7 p.m., but Goode arrived shortly thereafter at 7:10 p.m. At the recommendation of the finance committee and Highway Supervisor David Marth, the board approved the purchase of a new backhoe for the highway department. “We were really needing to update our backhoe at this time and this purchase is well within our equipment budget for 2017,” Marth said. “We took bids and got one from a Caterpillar dealer and two from John Deere dealers.” The lowest bid was received from Martin Equipment in Springfield, who is a John Deere dealer. Their low bid was $57,633.69 for a John Deere 410 L. The price includes the
trade-in of the department’s current backhoe. As a formality, the finance committee presented four tax resolutions for the board to approve, which basically transfers property deeds to new owners. The four properties included two in Roodhouse, one in White Hall and one in Patterson. The board also approved the county treasurer setting up a drug court fund. This would be a separate line item in the probation department to disperse money. “We can’t use this money for anything else other than for this purpose,” County Clerk Debbie Banghart said. “You are actually setting up the fund for that money to go into but you have to approve the treasurer setting those accounts up.” For the second time in an as many months, the board went into closed session. This time it was for negotiations concerning the Fraternal Order of Police contract. After around 20 minutes the board entered back into open session and no action was taken on items discussed in closed session.
Workshop to discuss native plants’ role in sustaining wildlife This native landscaping workshop at the N.O. Nelson Campus of Lewis and Clark Community College in Edwardsville will provide information to home gardeners; landowners; landscape, land care and wildlife professionals; and other related professionals about how to use native plants to sustain monarchs and pollinators, songbirds and other important wildlife. The workshop will be held Friday, March 10 from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. A breakfast buffet will be provided, and exhibitors will display information as well. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be available for landscape architects and Illinois Master Gardeners and Master Naturalists. During this workshop, participants will learn: Q Best natives to plant to help sustain monarch butterfly populations Q How to enroll in Illinois Department of Natural Resources private lands programs to help create wildlife habitat Q About native pollinator diversity and how to create backyard pollinator havens that also support songbirds Q About a demonstration project in Granite City to transform a vacant lot into a pollinator paradise Keynote speaker: Dr. Orley R. “Chip” Taylor is founder and director of Monarch Watch and is a professor in the Department of Ecology
and Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. Trained as an insect ecologist, Taylor has published papers on species assemblages, hybridization, reproductive biology, population dynamics, plant demographics, and pollination. Starting in 1974, Chip Taylor established research sites and directed students studying Neotropical African honey bees (killer bees) in French Guiana, Venezuela, and Mexico. In 1992, Taylor founded Monarch Watch, an outreach program based at the University of Kansas that is focused on education, research, and conservation relative to monarch butterflies. Local presenters: Q Phil Cox, Forester, Illinois Recreation Access Program, Palmyra, IL Q Elisa Royce, Healthy Lands Healthy People, Godfrey, IL Q Christopher Carl, Granite City Art and Design District Q Mitch Leachman, Executive Director, St. Louis Audubon Society Q Dr. Ed Spevak, Curator of Invertebrates, St. Louis Zoo Cost of the workshop, including a breakfast buffet, is $35 per person and $20 per person for students with a valid student ID. To register, visit www. grownative.org > events on the homepage, or call (888) 843-6739 with questions.
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Raymond Howard Raymond Paul Howard, 79, of Jacksonville passed away Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017, at his residence. He was born, Sept. 10, 1938, in Roodhouse, the son of William P. and Helen McGuire Howard. He married Jean Garner, Aug. 13, 1956, in Senatobia, MS. Surviving is his wife, Jean of Jacksonville; children, Randy (Lorie) Howard of Jacksonville and Brenda Welch of Aurora; grandchildren, Bethany (Tim) Buckner of Murfreesboro, TN, Raymond James Howard of Jacksonville, Scott (Tayler) Howard of Jacksonville, and Kristin (Joshua) Smith of Charleston, SC; seven great grandchildren; and brother, Darrell Howard of Winchester. He was preceded in death by one sister, Marjean Heskett and sister-in-law, Norma Howard. Raymond was a member of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church near Alsey where he served as a deacon. He was a heavy equipment operator his entire life; dedicating his last 44 years to Western Asphalt Inc. Funeral services were held at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017, at the Daws Family Funeral Home
in South Jacksonville with interment in the Pine Tree Cemetery near Patterson. Rev. Frank Whitney and Rev. Jonathan Kaushal conducted the service. The recorded songs “How Great Thou Art” and “Peace In The Valley”, sung by the late JD Garner, Raymond’s brother-in-law, were played. Rev. Frank Whitney sang “Whispering Hope”. Casket bearers were Tony Flowers, Steve Clancy, Bob Phillips, Tim Garner, Dave Heskett, and Dave Ryan. Honorary bearers were Gerald Day, Harold Jefferson, Bill Martin, and Kenny Lindsey. Memorials were suggested to the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church or the Rasna Shrine’s Club. Condolences may be left online at www. dawsfuneralhome.com.
Ardene Bushnell Ardene King Bushnell, age 92 of rural Roodhouse, passed away Monday, February 13, 2017 at White Hall Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was born October 18, 1924 at Hillview, the daughter of Elmer Eugene and Lena Mae Taylor King. She married Murl Dean Bushnell, July 2, 1941 in Elsberry, Missouri, and he preceded her in death March 2, 1991. Surviving are three daughters; Karen Bushnell Moore of Kimberling City, Missouri, Linda (husband Joseph) Turner of Kimberling City, Missouri, and Leah (husband Chuck) Kraushaar of White Hall, and two sons; Gary (wife Vicki) Bushnell of Roodhouse, and Terry (wife Charlene) Bushnell of Roodhouse. Also surviving are her grandchildren; Larry “Tike”, Lonnie, Lisa, Eric, Angela, Tiffany, Ashly, Casey, Codey, Trevor, Melissa, Austin, Aubrey, Ryan, Micah, and Seth, twenty eight great grandchildren,
and three great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, a son Larry Bushnell, two brothers, Eugene King and Harold Thomas King, and two step brothers, Fred and Don Bertram, and a step sister, Marion Scott. Ardene was a homemaker for most of her life. She loved to cook and bake pies, and had many large family gatherings through the years. She mostly loved to take care of her large family. Funeral services will be held at 3:00 p.m. Thursday, February 16 at Airsman-Hires Funeral Home in White Hall, with burial in Williams-Edwards Cemetery near Barrow. Visitation will be from 4 until 7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorials are suggested to Barrow Baptist Church or Williams-Edwards Cemetery. Condolences may be left on-line at Home | AirsmanHires Funeral Home serving Jacksonville, Illinois
Marie Wheeler Marie Annette Wiley Wheeler, age 61, of Roodhouse, died Thursday, February 9, 2017 at her residence. She was born August 20, 1955 in White Hall, the daughter of Gerald and Georgia Lawson Wiley. Marie was raised by her grandparents, Austin and Wilma Wiley, and they preceded her in death. Also surviving are four daughters, Carrie (husband Amos) Thompson and Rosemary McClelland, both of Lyons, Kansas, Mia Atchison of Ellsworth, KS, and Tiffany Moore of Andale, Kansas. There are twelve grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren. She is also survived by a sister, Kelly Wiley of VanBuren, Missouri, and two brothers, Michael (wife Linda)
Wiley of Boise, Idaho and Kevin (wife Velvet) Wiley of VanBuren, Missouri. Marie was a registered nurse, working for many years at nursing homes in Kansas, and later in Illinois. She loved visiting at animal shelters, playing with the dogs there and contributing to the shelters. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to River Bend Animal Shelter near Jerseyville. Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, February 16 at Airsman-Hires Funeral Home in White Hall with burial at Pine Tree Cemetery at Patterson. Friends may call from 10 a.m. until service time at the funeral home. Condolences may be left online at www.airsman-hires. com.
Betty Short Betty Short, 85, of Carrollton, died recently in Jersey County.
Arrangements are pending at Airsman-Hires Funeral Home in Carrollton.
Ruth Snyder Ruth Snyder, 85, of Carrollton died Monday, Feb. 13, 2017 at Jersey Community Hospital in
Jerseyville. Arrangements are pending at AirsmanHires Funeral Home in Carrollton.
Tickets on sale for Jacksonville Kiwanis Pancake and Sausage Day Tickets are now being sold for the 69th annual Jacksonville Kiwanis Pancake and Sausage Day. This year’s single day event will be held Monday, March 13th at McClelland Dining Hall on the MacMurray College campus. It’s all you can eat from 6 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 in advance, and $8 at the door. Children 5 and under eat for free with a guardian or parent. The drive through ser-
vice will run from 3:30 to 7 p.m. behind Routt Catholic High School. Tickets are being sold by members of the Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville and are available at County Market.. The Jacksonville Kiwanis Club spends over $25,000 annually on youth and civic projects. One hundred percent of the money raised from Pancake and Sausage Day is used for local programs.
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Barrow Baptist Church news Hello from Barrow Baptist Church and church family. Our pastor is Bro. Gerald Day and our service times are 9:30 a.m. Sunday school, followed by 10:30 a.m. morning worship with nursery service available. Everyone is welcome to either or both services. On Sunday, Feb. 12 we had 42 attending Sunday school and 48 attending morning worship. Remember our men and women in uniform and the leaders of our nation in your prayers. Others to remember include Maureen Martin, Audrey Prather, Judy McCurley, Connie Sturgeon, Mike Mitchell, Betty Ballard, Dorothy Godair,
Elsie Johnson, Harold and Claudine Fearneyhough, Jerry Little, Kristie Hamilton, Stu Daws, Jim Mackey, Gary Wells, Gale and Joyce Custer, Barb Dean, John Dillinger, Leonard Pienny, Russell Finney, Megan and Lucy Skolasinski, Randy Cisna, Tara Steelman, David Reno, Nicolette Ozirsky, Ruby Whorten, James Atkinson, Desnee Ford, Pat Rusten, Debbie Buchanan, Eric Meyer, Mike Icide, Linda Ross, Jerry Little, Bill Clemons, Eric Moore, Sue Coonrod, and the families of Raymond Howard and Betty Short. Happy birthday wishes go to Sami Bushnell Feb. 17. There are no anni-
versaries to report. Don’t forget movie night Feb. 18 at 6:00 p.m. at the fellowship hall, ladies bible study Monday Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. and the monthly ladies luncheon at 12:00 noon Tuesday, Feb. 21. During morning worship Doris Vestel played the harmonica and Chancey Sturgeon played the piano performing the song “Allelujah.” Rich Caskey sang “Three Men on the Mountain.” Several also shared stories and testimonies. That’s all for this week. Have a good week and be a friend to someone in need..
Hillview Baptist Church news Bro. Jason Holliman, Pastor Alice Ford, reporter Special---Kayla McCaherty sang “You Raise Me Up” Mandy Hatchel gave a talk on “Who am I” We had three birthdays today. James and Madison Holliman and a little girl that I didn’t get her name, Message: Matt: 26: 57-64 and Romans 5: 12-17 - “Son of Man”
Jesus was 100% God in 100% man form. He had no sin. Jesus put on our sins and presented them to the father. He shed His blood for our sins. Jesus can understand anything you are going through because He endured all things we do. When we are born into the family we are born into the spirit. Salvation is a FREE gift. It’s been paid for us by Jesus. It is only through Jesus Christ that we can go to Heaven. Jesus faced
all pain and temptations but He overcame them. No matter how low you feel, Jesus is there for you. Only through Jesus Christ can we be born again. Do you want to go to Heaven? We can tell you how to become a child of God. Services are held every week. Sunday school 9:30 a.m.; Morning worship 10:30 a.m.; Sunday evening worship and Wednesday Bible study at 7 p.m. All are Welcome!
Walkerville Baptist Church news A beautiful day, a good group and a good message. Our sympathy to the Betty Scott family and to the Raymond Howard family. Our prayer list Susie Kiefer is in St. John Hospital in Springfield. They are out with the flu, Ray Baldes, Patty Baldes, Stacy Phillips, Bonnie Hardwick, Andy Ross, Janice Wyatt, Howard Dawdy, Betty Newman,
Melanie Mast, Robert Lawson, our country and its leaders. Our Valentine Supper has been cancelled due to sickness. The Cemetery Benefit is planned for the March 25th, that’s the last Saturday in March. The ladies are working on the menu. More on that as the weeks go by. The future belongs to those who
believe in their dreams. Where you start is not as important as where you end. It is important you stay true to God. His promises are always there to lean on. See you in church Sunday. Come to Walkerville and find the joy you have been waiting for. There is joy in the lord and you will leave with joy in your heart. See you in church Sunday.
February IDNR Newsbits Spring Turkey Applications: Hunters can apply for the third lottery for 2017 Illinois Spring Wild Turkey Season permits, with the application deadline on Feb. 9. Go to the IDNR website for more information at https:// www.dnr.illinois.gov/hunting/Pages/TurkeyHunting. aspx Get Your 2017 Illinois Licenses Now: Illinois fishing, hunting and sportsman’s combination licenses for 2017 are available from DNR Direct license and permit vendors, online through the IDNR website at www.dnr. illinois.gov, or by calling 1-888-6PERMIT (1-888-6737648). The automated license system is available 24 hours a day. The 2017 licenses are valid through Mar. 31, 2018, unless otherwise noted. Pere Marquette Bald Eagle Days: Enjoy watching bald eagles along the Illinois River and Mississippi River near Pere Marquette State Park this month by participating in one of the park’s popular Bald Eagle Days tours. The informative programs about bald eagles are conducted on select dates in February. All programs begin at the Pere Marquette Visitor Center at 8:30 a.m., and reservations are required by calling 618-786-3323. To check the schedule of program dates, go online to https://www.dnr.illinois.gov/Parks/Documents/BaldEagleDaysPereMarquette.pdf IRAP Turkey Hunting: The Illinois Recreational Access Program (IRAP) is offering hunting opportunities for the 2017 Illinois Spring Wild Turkey Season. Adult turkey hunting for the third and fourth season segments is available in Christian, Clark, Fayette, Greene, Macoupin, McDonough, Sangamon and Schuyler counties to any registered hunter. In addition, firsttime adult turkey hunters can also apply for Brown and Fulton counties. Youth turkey hunters (under the age of 18) can apply to hunt on private property for the 2017 Youth Turkey Season and regular season segments 3 and 4 in at least 35 counties across Illinois. The 2017 youth turkey season has been expanded to two weekends – Mar. 25-26 and April 1-2 statewide. To apply for an IRAP spring turkey hunting site, hunters must go to the IRAP’s website and download an application and liability waiver, complete and sign it, and mail it to the IDNR. https://www.dnr.illinois.gov/conservation/IRAP Deadlines for applications are Feb. 23 for youth season and Mar. 10 for regular season segments 3 and 4. In order to apply for seasons three and four, the applicant must first apply for a turkey permit through the IDNR spring turkey lottery system. The deadline to apply for the third lottery drawing is Feb. 9. Send in Harvest Survey Info by Feb. 15: Illinois hunters who received a Free Upland Hunting Permit are reminded to return the 3”x5” Free Upland Hunt Harvest Survey Card before Feb. 15 (March 1 for those with permits during the extended rabbit hunting season which ends Feb. 15). Even if hunters were unable to hunt on their permit date, they must return the postage paid card to remain eligible for next year’s drawing for a Free Upland Hunting Permit. This information is used to track hunter satisfaction, effort, harvest and the amount of upland game encountered at the sites. For all IDNR state sites that utilize the Windshield Card system for other hunting programs, the deadline is also Feb. 15. The link to the Windshield Card Reporting site is: https://dnr.state.il.us/windshieldcard/index.asp Native Seeds and Plants for Sale: The IDNR Mason State Nursery has developed a seed mix of Illinois native forbs and grasses that is suitable for use in developing a monarch/pollinator habitat. One packet of these seeds will cover 1,000 square feet. The cost is $40.00 per packet plus shipping and handling. The Mason State Nursery also has 40 species of Illinois native plants available for sale in containers. These plants are $4.00 each, but they must be picked up at the Mason State Nursery in Topeka, IL. Delivery is not available for the container plants. For more information and/or to order, contact the Mason State Nursery: https://www. dnr.illinois.gov/conservation/Forestry/Pages/Tree-Nurseries.aspx Africa Program: The Illinois State Museum Research and Collections Center will host a lunchtime program “Africa: Animals and Issues” on Wed., Feb. 15 from noon until 1 p.m. The free event is open to the public. Richard Leary, ISM Geology Curator Emeritus, recently traveled on safari to southern Africa, visiting Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. He will discuss some of the issues facing animals in this region. The free program
will be held at the ISM Research and Collections Center at 1011 E. Ash St. in Springfield. For additional information, please contact email@example.com or 217-782-0061.
Springfield Archaeology Program: The Illinois State Museum’s Paul Mickey Science Series program “The Archaeology of Racial Hatred: Springfield, Illinois” presented by Floyd Mansberger of Fever River Research in Springfield will be held on Wed., Feb. 15 from 7-8:30 p.m. The program is free and open to the public. The Science Series takes place in the Auditorium at the Illinois State Museum, located at 502 South Spring St. in Springfield. For additional information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 217782-0061.
Hunter and Boating Safety Education Courses: Register now for Hunter Safety Education and Boating Safety Education courses from the IDNR. Spring classes are being scheduled. Check the IDNR website for class dates and locations: https://www.dnr.illinois.gov/safety/Pages/ListOfEducationCoursesByCounty.aspx
Camping Reservations: Make your reservations now for campsites and shelters for many Illinois state parks and other IDNR sites for 2017. Reservations can be made online through the Reserve America website at www.reserveamerica.com using a Visa or MasterCard. Select an option
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Learn Something New Every Day “The heart of the discerning acquires knowledge, for the ears of the wise seek it out.” —Proverbs 18:15 NIV
he advice to learn something new every day is akin to saving something for a rainy day, since skills and knowledge are powerful tools which we will someday need. We just don’t know when. You never know when those Spanish classes will pay off, but you can rest assured that you will eventually run into someone who speaks Spanish but doesn’t speak English. Learning also satisfies what psychologists call “stimulus drives,” that is, drives such as curiosity and a desire for novelty which make us more open to the world around us and more competent in our interactions with the world. A former professor of mine used to say that knowledge was like the empty bags from the grocery store that we keep under the sink. We don’t know when, but we know we will eventually use them. So, besides the inherent joy and interest that comes from learning something new, it’s money in the bank that will pay healthy dividends. – Christopher Simon
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Carrollton Grade Carrollton High School menu School menu Monday, Feb. 20: No school Presidents Day Tuesday, Feb. 21: Rotini, breadstick, green beans, fresh fruit. Wednesday, Feb. 22: Chicken fajitas, lettuce/cheese, baked apples, salsa. Thursday, Feb. 23: Hot dog on bun, baked beans, fresh orange, cake. Friday, Feb. 24: Beef nachos, corn, fresh apple. Breakfast menu: Monday â€“ Biscuits/gravy; Tuesday â€“ French toast sticks; Wednesday â€“ Cinnabun; Thursday â€“ Breakfast pizza; Friday â€“ Cheesy oven eggs. Juice, toast and milk offered daily. Cereal an yogurt offered as an alternate breakfast entrĂŠe. Lunch entrĂŠe alternative: Peanut butter and jelly sandwich or peanut butter sandwich. Bread and milk served daily with lunch. Yogurt offered daily. Menu subject to change.
Monday, Feb. 20: No school. Tuesday, Feb. 21: Beef nachos, toppings, corn, grapes. Wednesday, Feb. 22: Grilled chicken patty on bun, green beans, fresh apples, carnival cookie. Thursday, Feb. 23: Sausage pizza, lettuce salad, dressings, applesauce, chocolate chip muffin. Friday, Feb. 24: Chicken and noodles, dinner roll, peas, fresh pears, crispy rice bar.
Lunch Monday, Feb. 20: No school - Presidents Day Tuesday, Feb. 21: Chili cheese wrap, mixed vegetables, pineapple, Fortune cookies, milk. Wednesday, Feb. 22: Taco soup, tortilla chips, PB sandwich, mandarin oranges, milk. Thursday, Feb. 23: Salisbury steak with gravy, bread, green beans, applesauce, milk. Friday, Feb. 24: Ham and cheese sandwich, corn, peaches, baked chips, milk.
North Greene Junior School menu Greenfield menu High Lunch Breakfast offered daily: Cereal, toast, juice and fruit and milk Monday, Feb. 20: No school - Presidents Day Tuesday, Feb. 21: Yogurt or cereal Wednesday, Feb. 22: Cereal bar or cereal Thursday, Feb. 23: Bagel and cream cheese or cereal Friday, Feb. 24: Biscuits and sausage gravy and cereal
Monday, Feb. 20: No school pending use of emergency days. Tuesday, Feb. 21: Cheese and bean burrito, Romaine salad, Doritos, fruit, milk. Wednesday, Feb. 22: General Tsoâ€™s chicken, rice, corn, fruit, milk. Thursday, Feb. 23: Tenderloin on bun, carrots, pretzels, fruit, milk. Friday, Feb. 24: Pizza bites, peas, cheese balls, fruit, milk.
L&C Releases Fall 2016 Honors Lists Lewis and Clark Community College has updated the lists of honors students for the Fall 2016 semester to include both full- and parttime students meeting the requirements for honors. Students earning a cumulative grade point average of 3.75 or higher out of a possible 4.0 are named to the Presidentâ€™s List. Those students earning a grade point average between 3.25 and 3.74 are recognized each semester on the Deanâ€™s List. Local students earning honors include: Presidentâ€™s List Carrollton: Alyssa R. Cox; Emma R. Curtner; Emily E. Davis; Taylor E. Follis; Anja Goetten; Lauren M. Gray; Elizabeth A. Hall; Jessica S. Hall; Katrina D. Hargis; Haley R. Harr; Logan J. Kaiser; Austin M. Klein; Lynzee E. Kraushaar; Samuel L. Krotz; Bradley J. Lake; Lindsey M. Lake; Hannah E. Lorsbach; Lori D. Lurton; Katelynn R. Meza; Christen K. Pond; Meghann J. Pond; Carley C. Pyatt; Hannah Robinson; Halley A. Schnettgoecke; Mariah N. Sharrow; Jerrett L. Smith; Emily Struble; Catherine M. Stumpf; Elizabeth M. Sturgeon; Macy E. Wade; Chandler G. Walters; Jeremy
M. Watson. Eldred: Justin S. Kutter; Brittney E. Lehr; Kelly B. Vandersand; Karley M. White. Greenfield: Justin M. Ford; Josie R. Garner; Haley M. Vetter; Kane: Callie M. Logan; Clara J. Miles; Kendra N. Young. Patterson: Amanda E. Hardwick. Rockbridge: Jonathan C. Walden. White Hall: Rachel L. Eason; Stephanie M. Hawk; Allie K. Hull. Deanâ€™s List Carrollton: Elizabeth K. Boulch; Paige E. Atteberry; Benjamin L. Daum; Ashley R. Epps; Carrie L. Epps; Bethany L. Garrison; Kristin J. Green; Seth M. Henson; Wade T. Prough; Brayden R. Rhoads; Kayla M. Schmidt; Michael S. Slinkard; Jacob Stendeback; Hannah M. White; Laura A. Wollenweber. Greenfield: Brenton P. Dalton; Jesse W. Ford; Karson G. Marsh; Trenton W. Marshall; Hunter J. Masters; Chris J. Mayhall; Jessica S. Murphy. Kane: Bailey S. Plummer; Robert J. Strauss. Rockbridge: Michelle L. Longmeyer; Lucas M. Shipley. Rockbridge: Michelle L. Longmeyer; Lucas M. Shipley. Roodhouse: Samantha M. Bushnell. White Hall: Kolten D. Heberling; Catherine A. McQuillan.
Area student named United Community Bancorp, Inc. completes acquisition of Liberty Bank to Deanâ€™s List Kristie Marie Bushnell of Roodhouse was among the 590 students selected to be on the fall 2016 Deanâ€™s List at the University of Illinois Springfield. In order to qualify for the
Deanâ€™s List, a student must be an undergraduate who took at least eight graded semester hours and maintained a grade-point average of at least 3.75 for the semester.
Tiger Tales Congratulations to Kassidy Walters who has advanced to the Sectional in the 3 Point Contest. Friday will be Senior Night for the Boysâ€™ Basketball Team and Cheerleaders. Come out and honor our 6 senior basketball players, 1 cheerleader and their coaches. Also, best of luck to the high school boysâ€™ basketball team as they open regional play next week. GHS will be hosting the post-season tournament and the Tigers play on Tuesday. Friday will be Career Day at the high school as students will have a simulation and presentations to help them as they think about the future. Have a great week â€“ Go Tigers!! Feb. 16: Junior High Vol-
leyball vs. North Greene, 6:15 p.m.; Pee Wee Basketball vs. St. Francis at Rug Gym, 6:15 p.m. Feb. 17: Early Dismissal 11:15/11:25 a.m.; High School Boysâ€™ Basketball vs. North Greene at Greenfield, 6:15 p.m. Senior Night; Pee Wee Basketball vs. Bluffs at Rug Gym, 6:15 p.m. Feb. 18: Scholastic Bowl Masonic Temple Tournament at Winchester; Pee Wee Basketball at St. Johns, 9 a.m. Feb. 2:No School â€“ Presidentsâ€™ Day; High School Boysâ€™ Regional Begins at Greenfield; Pee Wee Basketball vs. Triopia at Rug Gym, 6:15 p.m. Feb.: 21: Pee Wee Boysâ€™ Basketball vs. Brussels at Rug Gym, 6:15 p.m.
On Feb. 7, United Community Bancorp, Inc. (UCB), Chatham announced it has completed the acquisition of Liberty Bank, a full service community bank with four locations in the Madison County communities of Alton, Godfrey and Bethalto. The addition of Liberty Bank, founded in 1994, adds $321 million in assets to UCB, bringing the Companyâ€™s total assets to more than $2. 5 bil-
lion; expands its footprint to include more than 45 banks in 32 communities throughout Central Illinois and northeast Missouri; and brings itâ€™s total employees to more than 600. UCB is now among the top 25 largest bank holding companies in the state of lllinois as measured by federally insured deposits. There are more than 750 bank holding companies operating in Illinois. â€œWhile our growing size is an important part
of operational strength, it never changes our philosophy,â€? states Robert A. Narmont, Chairman and CEO of United Community Bancorp. â€œOur banks are community banks that are dedicated to meeting the individual needs of each community we serve with the collective strength and resources of our much larger company.â€?Liberty Bank is a strong community leader in its own right, states Todd Wise, President and CEO of United Com-
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The Serve Illinois Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service (Serve Illinois) is accepting nominations for the eighth annual Governorâ€™s Volunteer Service Awards. These awards recognize individual volunteers and for-profit businesses and highlight the importance of community service in Illinois. â€œEach year, 2.4 million Illinoisans take time out of their busy lives to help their neighbors,â€? said Scott McFarland, Executive Director of Serve Illinois. â€œThese volunteers are helping keep children safe, keeping our environment pristine, helping people find jobs, and so much more. They improve and save lives each and every day, and with these awards, we recognize the best of Illinois.â€?
Alex Little busies herself making name tags for fellow class members for the Super Saturday event at North Greene High School sponsored by the Class of 2019 as a fundraiser. Super Saturday allowed parents to drop their kids off at the high school for a full day and evening of fun while they (parents) enjoyed an early Valentineâ€™s Day or just caught up on laundry. More than 40 students and many adults helped keep the kids entertained. More than 80 kids had been preregistered for the event.
Serve Illinois will present individual awards to one youth (18 years and under), one adult (1954 years old), and one retiree/senior (55 years and older) in each of Serve Illinoisâ€™ five service regions across the state (Northeast, Northwest, East Central, West Central, and Southern). Serve Illinois will present National Service Awards to one AmeriCorps member, one Senior Corps member, and one for-profit business in each of the five service regions. Nominations are due to Serve Illinois by Feb. 17, 2017. Please visit www. serve.illinois.gov for the nomination forms and more information. Serve Illinois will host a ceremony to honor recipients on April 25, 2017 at the Old State Capitol in
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SPORTS B1 Hawks go to 5-3 in the conference Spartans steal game in second half Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Carrollton, Illinois
By STEVEN SPENCER Greene Prairie Press Freshman Ethan Brannan drained a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Hawks a 12-point lead over Calhoun as they headed into the final quarter, eventually taking the win at home Friday, Feb. 10. Carrollton came into the first quarter with an aggressive offense and was able to get 16 points up against the Calhoun Warriors. Calhoun managed to match the Hawks effort in the first quarter, and scored 16 points tying up the game before heading into the second quarter. The Hawks stepped up their defense in the second quarter and continued to hit the Warriors with an aggressive offense. Putting 20 points on the board before halftime gave the Hawks a 10-point lead over Calhoun. A strong defense prevented the Warriors from scoring over 10 points, and the Hawks had the lead at halftime 36-26. The Warriors came back from halftime ready to go against the Hawks defense, and Calhoun scored 18 points in the third quarter. But Brannan sinking the 3 at the buzzer gave the Hawks 20 at the end of the third and a 12-point lead, 56-44. Carrollton brought their tough defense and offense into the fourth quarter and outscored Calhoun 18-12 to take the win the 74-56. The Hawks will face off against Triopia Saturday, Feb. 18 before heading to Greenfield to take on Calhoun again in the first round of regionals Monday, Feb. 20.
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Jeremy Watson goes after two points for the Hawks Friday, Feb. 10 as they beat Calhoun.
By STEVEN SPENCER Greene Prairie Press Trailing the West Central Cougars 11-5 after the first quarter Friday, Feb. 10, the Spartans came back strong to steal the win in the second half at Winchester. Down by four points at the start of the second quarter, the Spartans turned up their defense, and only let the Cougars get four more points before halftime. With less than a minute left in the first half, Jonah Hopper hit a twopointer to cut the Cougars lead down to two points, 15-13. Josh Hopper scored four points in the third quarter before an injury took him out of the game. Jonah Hopper was able to score four more, Dominic Booth scored two, and with 50 seconds left in the third quarter Layne Newingham tied things up. There was still enough time for the Cougars to put two more points up, and the Spartans were down by two 27-25 at the end of the third quarter. Blake Dean started the fourth quarter draining a 3-pointer for North Greene to take a one point lead. Zion Thomas hit another 3 for the Spartans with only minutes left to take the lead 35-31, but there was time for West Central to tie things at 37 with two minutes left in the game. With the final buzzer seconds away Jonah Hopper scored two more points, and stepped up to the foul line
with only six seconds left for one more point. There wasn’t enough time for the Cougars to respond, and the Spartans took the win, 40-37. Jonah Hopper led the game in scoring with 15 points for the Spartans. The Spartans head coach Brett Berry said coming at the Cougars strong defensively really turned things around in the second quarter. “I was really impressed with how well our kids picked themselves up, defensively,” Berry said, “That was a big change in the game. We didn’t step back and we came after them.” Getting their offense under control made a difference for North Greene in the second half. “We were frustrated about a couple different things and having a hard time getting our offense organized and under
control, but came back the second half, settled down and got back to playing our game. West Central is an outstanding team. They play really well on their floor, and to come in here and grab a win from them is big for us.” Berry said. The Spartans go up against the Greenfield/Northwestern Tigers Friday, Feb. 17 in their last game before heading to regionals. The Spartans are now 6-2 in the conference after beating West Central, and Berry said his team is excited about heading toward the postseason. “We’re going to keep playing, keep doing the things we’re doing, and keep a rhythm,” Berry said, “The guys are starting to find a groove together. They’re playing at a high level and thats what they want to keep doing.”
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Dominic Booth drives the ball in for the Spartans Friday, Feb. 10 as North Greene took the win at Winchester.
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Matthew Campbell waits for the opening against Calhoun Friday, Feb. 10.
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Jonah Hopper keeps West Central’s Derick Montgomery from scoring Friday, Feb. 10.
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Keep your eye on the ball Khyler Howell keeps his eye on the ball Saturday morning during the opening of the North Greene Youth League basketball season. For the next five weeks, kids in kindergarten through fifth grade will meet Saturday morning for game in the Roodhouse gym.
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CARROLLTON Monday, March 6: 4-7 p.m. Carrollton Legion Fundraiser Chicken & Pulled Pork Supper. Carryouts available. All proceeds to Greene County Health Department. Monday Feb. 13 and 20: Weight Watcher Deal Days coming to Carrollton. Signup for a great deal. Weigh-in 4:15 p.m.; meeting 4:45 p.m. Call 217-248-2323 for more information. Saturday, Feb. 18: 7 p.m. KC Hall Trivia Night and Silent Auction for Central Illinois Swing 13U Baseball Team. Doors open at 6 p.m. Bids closing at 9 p.m. Walkins welcome. Sunday, Feb. 19: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Table Talk at Boyd Hospital Dining Room. Entertainment at 1 p.m.
Soil fertility, crop production practices and environmental stewardship will be the topics of a statewide Feb. 28, 2017 Soil Fertility Seminar sponsored by University of Illinois Extension. Local host site for the seminar is the Jacksonville Extension office, 104 North Westgate. From 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. that day, campus-based researchers will deliver their presentations to program participants live through web conferencing. Certified crop advisors in attendance can earn up to five hours (units) of nutrient management continuing education. Those attending this seminar will learn about the most current nutrient management research and recommendations to both increase nutrient efficiency and decrease nutrient losses. Diverse presentations from university researchers range from “Are concerns about nitrogen loss justified?” to “Tile nitrate loss: Effect of fertilizer N application method and cover crops”, from “N and P retention as influenced by tillage and cover crops in a corn-soybean” to “Illinois NREC: What have we learned?” and “Increasing importance of sulfur for field crops”.
19th Annual Trivia Night sponsored by Wrightsville Trotters (a former relay for life team).will be held Saturday, March 4 at 7 p.m at St. Michael’s Hall. Doors open at 6:15. All proceeds go to: Gas cards for Greene County Cancer Patients administered by Boyd Healthcare Foundation. Cost is $10 per person with teams of 8 persons. Call to reserve a table, Betty Witt: 217-368-2292 or Glenna Wright: 217-368-2233 or or email ajwgvw1971@irtc. net. Door prizes, bake sale, 50/50 drawing and free table refreshments. Team members: Andy & Glenna Wright, Scot & Mary Wright, Pam Wright & Greg DiBlasi, Bill Martin, George & Betty Witt, Kenny Witt, Doug & Shirley Thornton.
Illinois Valley Economic Development Corporation CSBG Scholarship Program Tracey Kreipe, Executive Director for Illinois Valley Economic Development Corporation has announced that its Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Program funded by the Illinois Department of Commerce and Eco-
Saturday, Feb. 25: 5:30 to 9 p.m. at KC Hall. Greene-Calhoun CEO Meal Music and More. Food, singing, auction and much more. Proceeds from the event go towards funding the students personal businesses they have either started already or plan to start as a requirement of the program. Sunday, March 19: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Table Talk at Boyd Hospital Dining Room. Entertainment at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 23: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Table Talk at Boyd Hospital Dining Room. Entertainment at 1 p.m. GREENFIELD Saturday, Feb. 25: 10 a.m. Mardi Gras story time at the Greenfield Public Library.
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All About Tornadoes As we edge closer to spring, we know that severe storms are not far behind. Those storms in some cases will create tornadoes. Fascinating yet dangerous and sometimes deadly, these funnels of wind leave paths of destruction throughout the Midwest. To find out more about tornadoes, University of Illinois Extension is conducting an All About Tornadoes seminar Feb. 21, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Morgan County Extension office, 104 North Westgate. Extension Educator Duane Friend will discuss current research on tornado development, types of tornadoes, their potential for damage, tornado preparedness, and provide some interesting tornado facts. Registration cost is $5 per person. Those interested can register on line at http:// web.extension.illinois.edu/ccgms or by calling 243-7424. Registration deadline is Feb. 20.
Macoupin County Historical Society event The spring membership banquet for the Macoupin County Historical Society is March 20 at the Gillespie Civic Center, 115 N. Macoupin Street, Gillespie. Doors open at 6 with a meal to follow at 6:30. Living History Presentation of Molly Brown by Barbara Kay to begin at 7:15, public welcome for program. For reservations call Pat at 217-710-5818. Yearly dues can be paid at this time, $10 for individuals, $15 for families, meal is $10 per person and the entertainment is open to the public at no cost for all.
Kruse to celebrate 92nd birthday William G. Kruse, of Brighton, will celebrate his 92nd birthday on Feb. 21. He was born in 1925. William is a WWII Navy veteran, and a retired licensed plumber. William is married to Lena Sue Kruse, and has three sons:
Don (Barb) Kruse, Jeff (Barb) Kruse, Marc (Debbie) Kruse; a daughter: Carol (Bob) Acord; and a stepdaughter, the late Mary Sue Parish. He has 9 grandchildren, 9 greatgrandchildren and 1 greatgreat-grandchild.
Long-White engagement Jerika D. Long and James J. White, both of Franklin announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. The bride-to-be has a bachelors of Science in Education and is employed by Jacksonville School District. The groom-to-be is a superintendent at Consolidated Grain & Barge, Greenfield
branch. Jerika is the daughter of Dean and Sue Long of Jerseyville. James is the son of Jim and Tammy White of Franklin. The marriage will take place on March 31 at the Annie Merner Chapel in Jacksonville with a reception to follow at Hamilton’s South Ballroom.
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400D FOR RENT Pike County 439 WEST Adams St. Pittsfield. 3 Bedroom house, no smoking, no pets, must have references. $550 per month plus deposit. 217-285-1767 leave message. 2.15.17 HOUSE FOR rent in Pittsfield. 6 rooms, full basement, attached garage. Appliances furnished. Call 217-285-4674 leave message or 217-491-4286.
400D FOR RENT Pike County NEWLY REMODELED house for rent. Rural Spring Creek Township. 2 bedroom/ 1 bath. $1,200 Deposit, $400/month rent. 217-491-0384. 3.1.17 THREE BEDROOM, two bath home for rent. $700 a month, $700 security deposit required. Call 217285-4502. TFN UPSTAIRS OFFICE space for rent in Pittsfield, near the square. Just decorated. Call 217-285-4488 and ask for Carolyn. TFN READ THE classifieds every week for great details on cars, boats, hunting land and housing! Call and place your ad today.
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2002 INT'L Tandem Grain Truck. International 4900. 22' aluminum Kann bed. Int'l DT 530 engine with 214,000 miles. Great truck. Asking $36,000. 217-4731343 call or text. TFN 1990 PRESTIGE double wide mobile home, 22x40. 3 BR, 2 BA. Call 217-3702629. TFN
CDL-A TRUCK Drivers: $3,000 sign-on! Midwest runs. Full benefits. Paid weekly. Co. drivers & owner operators. 888-300-9935.
plastic. $175. Can deliver. 618-772-2710. 4.12.17 1979 BOBCAT skid steer 751. Diesel, low hours on new motor, 5' bucket, roll cage, tires and paint good, 1 set of SCV's 2814 hours. Serial number 514713407 $9,900.00 Price Reduced. 217-734-2604. 2.22.17 HANDMADE QUILTED Quilts 618-376-4067 Charlotte Rulon 104 W. Main Fieldon, IL 62031. 2.15.17 FOR SALE: 31 ft., 2003 Yukon Wilderness travel trailer. Slide out. Very good condition. Call 618-5354306. $7,000 OBO. 2.22.17 SELLING COUNTRY home to downsize, just outside of Pittsfield, on Highway 54. 2.9 acres $20,000 below appraisal. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2125 sq. ft., new windows, roof, and wiring. 68x40 detached garage. $195,000. Call 217-6533700 or 217-285-6520. 2.22.17
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DRIVERS CDL-A: Get home & get paid! Excellent home time! All miles paid! No touch freight! No forced dispatch. 855-349-5261. 2.22.17
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2 BEDROOM home for rent. No smoking, no pets, security deposit required. 217-285-4502. TFN 2 BEDROOM apartment for rent. No smoking. No pets. Security deposit required. 217-285-4502. TFN ONE BEDROOM apartment for rent. No pets, no 300 smoking, security deposit Farm Market required. Call 217-285SQUARE HAY bales- 4502. TFN mixed grass. $3.50 Bale. 217-370-0324. TFN 500 ROUND BALES. Green FOR SALE grass hay, no rain, shedded, delivery available. BED QUEEN pillowtop 217-491-0697. 2.15.17 mattress set. New in the
WANTED PART time police chief in Bluffs, IL. Call 217754-3033 or apply at Bluffs City Hall. 3.8.17 MATERIAL HANDLER Day shift, M-F. Forklift experience a plus. Good pay, benefits, and more close to Jerseyville. Call Steve 618498-4442 x700. 3.8.17 MIG WELDER/GRINDER needed. MIG welding position, day shift, M-F. Close to Jerseyville, great pay, benefits, paid holidays, and more. Please contact Steve at 618-498-4442 x700. 3.8.``7 PERSONAL ASSISTANT needed in Pittsfield, IL. Individual needing help has had multiple sclerosis and is wheelchair bound. She has assistive equipmentknowledge of mechanical lift a plus, but not required. This position is for weekends and occasional prn, but could develop into full time. Applicant must possess a valid driver's license and have a reliable form of transportation. Needs to love cats and be a nonsmoker. Must have earned a HS diploma or G.E.D. to be considered. If interested you may call 217-285-6382 between the hours of 1-7 p.m., but please no calls after 9 p.m. 3.22.17 HELP AT home Inc. hiring homecare aides to do in home care. $10.05 per hour, paid mileage and travel. 1-866-617-6100.
DRIVER: CDL-A Truck Driver â€“ Up to $60k/yr and $8k Sign-on plus bonus! Call for details! 855-2393949 DRIVERS: NEW Orientation completion bonus! $4,000.00 flatbed! $3,000.00 Dedicated, regional, OTR & point to point lanes! (New hires guaranteed minimum $$$ week)! 1yr CDL-A: 855-350-5571. 3.1.17
LAND FOR lease 315 acres with house. Northern Calhoun County. Will lease for entire hunting season. Call 314-258-4824. 3.29.17 PIKE COUNTY deer. Archery/Shotgun. About 230 acres timber/CRP. Need QDMA. Hunt club insured. No outfitters. $10,000 firm. 217-336-2191. 3.1.17 LOOKING FOR land to lease for hunting. Please call 217-652-7233. 3.15.17 LOOKING FOR ground in Northern Calhoun or Southern Pike to lease short term or long term. No size too big! 618-550-9406. 3.15.17
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NO HUNTING or Trespassing allowed on 315 acres property in Batchtown Illinois owned by Jim and Carol Squires. All violators will be prosecuted. 8.30.17 NO TRESPASSING no hunting on property owned by Martha Knight (also known as Marty Aderton), Lincoln Valley Road, Hardin. 12.6.17 NO TRESPASSING or hunting allowed on the land in Batchtown owned by Steve and Cindy Meszaros. Violators will be prosecuted. 5.24.17 NO TRESPASSING or hunting allowed on the land in Batchtown owned by Marcy Klockenkemper, Judy Lamer, Jeremy Russell, Bonnie Stepanek, and Cindy Meszaros. Violators will be prosecuted. 5.24.17
TWO ADJOINING buildings located near a busy intersection in Winchester, Illinois. Ideal for new business and storage. The north building is 2170 square feet with: Two offices (16 ft x 13 ft and 10.5 ft x 13.5 ft) A bath and storage room (9.5 ft x 8.5 ft) Gas forced-air furnace, Central air, 200 amp breaker box, Double doors in back for easy loading and unloading. The south building is approximately 1175 square feet; it is great for a new business or for use as a storage room. Two buildings for one price! The vacant lot to the north could possibly be purchased, making a great addition to the property. Darrell Moore email@example.com (217) 473-5486 Worrell Land Services, LLC 2240 West Morton Jacksonville, IL 62650. Office: (217) 245-1618 Fax: (217) 245-5318 firstname.lastname@example.org TFN
HELP WANTED: Hiring 900C Experienced Welders Only. Must have previous weldNO TRESPASSING ing experience Apply at Pike County Hofmeister Welding INC 402 N Wall St. Griggsville, NO HUNTING or trespassing on the Linda Bennett IL. No phone calls. 2.15.17 farm, rural Griggsville. Violators will be prosecuted.
MY LAND located in Section 18 SW of Pearl is private property. Hunting, fishing, trapping, trespassing, for any purpose, without the written, signed permission of the owner, is strictly forbidden. Violators will be prosecuted. Timothy Brinkman. 5.20.17 ABSOLUTELY NO trespassing on any ground owned by Double Creek Farms, Inc. 10.18.17 NEED EXTRA cash? Sell your used items in The People's Marketplace Classifieds. One phone call puts your ad in six newspapers....a total circulation of almost 22,000 readers!
NORTH SCOTT Park District in Bluffs, IL is accepting bids for mowing and weed eating for the park and ball diamond on a weekly basis. Applicants must provide proof of insurance. For requirements and a description of work to be completed please send letter of interest to North Scott Park District, PO Box 112, Bluffs, IL 62621 or emailed to email@example.com. by March 1, 2017. Bids must be received by March 13, 2017. North Scott Park Board reserves the right to refuse any bids. 2.22.17
1200 SERVICES MOWING SEASON is just around the corner. If you are looking for someone to mow your yard, give us a call at 1-217-320-8390. TFN NEED YARD work done? Cutting Edge Lawn Care serving Pike County & northern Calhoun County. Big or Small mowing/ weed-eating jobs. Call Lacy Brown or Ethan Brown at 217-248-8158. 4.26.17 FORESTRY MULCHING. Boom spraying. Call Long Forestry. 618-639-TREE. www.longforestry.com. 6.28.17
1300 WANTED ARROWHEADS WANTED: Local avocational archaeologist is looking to purchase either one arrowhead or an entire collection. Love Indian artifacts! Please call 314-608-2692. 2.15.17 STANDING TIMBER R. McKinnon Logging buying. Walnut, White Oak, etc. No yard trees. Not affiliated with Pleasant Hill McKinnons. 217-242-5401. 8.18.17 NO TRESPASSING ads are $60 for one year! Call to place yours today. In Calhoun: 618-576-2345; Greene: 217-942-9100; Jersey: 618-498-1234; Pike: 217-285-2345 and Scott: 217-742-3313. Keep unwanted people off your property! Great way to keep people off your land! FIND THE job you've been looking for in The People's Marketplace Classifieds. Calhoun News-Herald, Greene Prairie Press, Jersey County Journal, Pike Press, Scott County Times, The Weekly Messenger. Look online every week, too! calhounnewsheraldcom, greeneprairiepress. com, jerseycountyjournal. com or pikepress.com
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KAMS LAWNCARE Service. Fully insured. Wanting yards to mow for the 2017 year. Family has been in business for over 20 years. Call for an estimate: 217440-3238. 3.1.17 SELLBEST, 101 W. Quincy St., Griggsville. Quality Used Furniture & Appliances- Washers, Dryers, Freezers, Fridges, Microwave, Electric Stoves, Twin, Full, Queen Beds, New Mattress Sets, Bedroom Furniture, Tables & Chairs, Upholstered Furniture, Tools. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed for lunch 12-1 p.m. Or by appointment. Call 217-242-2252. TFN
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F U LT O N C O U N T Y, I L L I N O I S SALE TO BE HELD AT THE AMERICAN LEGION â€˘ 275 PUMYEA ST. â€˘ FAIRVIEW, IL 61432
FRIDAY, MARCH 10 AT 1:00 P.M. (Subject to Survey)
The Newcomb Farm is located approximately 1 1/2 miles north of Fairview, IL on Highway 97, then west approximately 1 mile on access road and is further described as being located in Sections 17, 20 &â€ˆ21 of Fairview Township, Fulton County, IL. The property contains a total of approximately 235 acres (subject to survey in progress) and will be sold in 3 parcels ranging in size from 60 acres to 95 acres. Tracts represent productive tillable farmland, hunting & recreational land & pastureland. The Newcomb Farm offers the investor a tremendous opportunity to purchase productive farmland and excellent hunting, fishing and outdoor recreational property.
THE NEWCOMB FARM WALTER & LISA NEWCOMB â€“ SELLERS REPRESENTING ATTORNEY: MICHAEL J. HONEGGER 12900 WEST FARMINGTON ROAD â€˘ HANNA CITY, IL â€˘ PH: (309) 565-7172 SULLIVAN AUCTIONEERS, LLC â€˘ TOLL FREE (844) 847-2161
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Sat., Feb. 25th, 2017 @ 10:00 a.m. 303 S. Cemetery, Hardin, IL 62047. South of the Hardin Bridge. Take Park St. turn right to J. F. Kennedy make left onto S. County Rd. Then left on to S. Cemetery. (watch for signs)
Furniture & Household: Couch , Love Seat, Recliner, Lift Chair, Chairs, Dinning Room Table w/6 chair & Leaf, Sm Table w/4 chairs, Hamilton Beach Microwave, Lazy Susan, 2 TVs, Entertainment Center, Mantel Clock , 31 Day Windup Wall Clock, Occasional Tables, Lamps, King Size Bed, Dresser , Chest of Drawers, Hope Chest, Night Stands, Full Bed, Dresser, Wardrobe, Safe, Computer Desk, Old Computer, Paper Shredder, New Handy Cap Walker w/seat, Pots & Pans, Sunbeam Mixer, Coffee Maker, Dishes, Home Interior, Pictures, Frames, Camera, Glider, Picnic Table, Other Items, & Misc. Collectables: Vol. 1 & 2 Quarter Collection, Dollar Presidential Coins, Miniature Oil Lamps, Wooden & Paper Mache Decoys, Budweiser Wagon w/team, Set of Noritake Stoneware Dishes, â€œShortcakeâ€? Dishes by Debbie Geordie, â€œ1944â€? Aviator Glasses, WWII Army Foot Locker & Uniform, Goose Decanter, Costume Jewelry, Linens, Avon, Cook Books, Crock, Whiskey Jug, Snapper Riding Mower, Fishing Tackle, Tools & Misc.: 12 Â˝ hp. Riding Mower (like new), 6hp Self Propelled Push Mower, Elect. Hedge Trimmer, Elect. Chain Saw, Cordless Drill, Skill Saw, Vice, Floor Jacks, Portal Work Table, Wheel Barrow, Push Plow, Shop Mate Bench Grinder, Tool Boxes, Mr. Heater (ďŹ‚oor model), Yard Tools, Step Ladders, Weber Grill, Fishing Rods, Reels, Poles, Tackle, Tackle Boxes, Minnow Buckets, Boat Seats, Yard Tools, Step Ladders, Weber Grill, Other Items To Numerous Too Mention. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. Check Web For Pictures. www.klockesauction.com
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4HE SOUTH BUILDING IS APPROXIMATELY SQUARE FEET IT IS GREAT FOR A NEW BUSINESS OR FOR USE AS A STORAGE ROOM 4WO BUILDINGS FOR ONE PRICE 4HE VACANT LOT TO THE NORTH COULD POSSIBLY BE PURCHASED MAKING A GREAT ADDITION TO THE PROPERTY Worrell Land Services, LLC Darrell Moore DARRELLM WORRELL LANDSERVICESCOM 7EST -ORTON *ACKSONVILLE ), /FlCE &AX INFO WORRELL LANDSERVICESCOM
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Two adjoining buildings located near a busy intersection in Winchester, Illinois. Ideal for new business and storage. The north building is 2170 square feet with: s 4WO OFlCES FT X FT AND FT X FT s ! BATH AND STORAGE ROOM FT X FT s 'AS FORCED AIR FURNACE s #ENTRAL AIR s AMP BREAKER BOX s $OUBLE DOORS IN BACK FOR EASY LOADING AND UNLOADING
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NO-RESERVE FARM MACHINERY RETIREMENT Auction to be held at the farm, near Roodhouse, IL (approximately 20 miles south of Jacksonville, IL)
Directions: In Roodhouse, IL at the intersection at Hwy. 67 & Palm St. go east 2 1/2 miles on Palm St. / CR-2 to the farm. Be watching for sale day directional signs.
WED., FEBRUARY 22ND @ 10:00 A.M. TRACTORS: â€™07 C-IH 305 Magnum MFWD tractor, PS trans., 4 hyd. outlets, high flow hyd. system, 1000 PTO, 480/80R50 rear tires w/duals, 380/80R38 front tires w/duals, Guidance ready, deluxe cab, front fenders, front & rear weights, heavy duty drawbar, 3,718 hours, SN Z7RZ03910; â€™10 JD 9330 4WD tractor, PS trans., 4 hyd. outlets, 620/70R42 tires w/duals, AutoTrac ready, HID lights, deluxe cab, rear wheel weights, 1,720 hours, SN 1RW9330PKAP018512; â€™89 JD 4955 MFWD tractor, PS trans., 3 hyd. outlets, 1000 PTO, 18.4R42 rear tires w/duals, 16.9R28 front tires, front and rear weights, new style step, 6,897 hours, SN RW4955P001851. COMBINE & HEADS: â€™08 JD 9770STS 4wd combine, ContourMaster feederhouse w/high torque variable speed drive, 3 spd. trans., chopper, Bullet Rotor, 22.5â€™ high rate unloading auger, bin extension, HD final drives, sidehill cleaning shoe pkg., 76Ă—50-32 drive tires, 28L-26 steer tires, premier cab, 2,425 eng./ 1,581 sep. hours, SN H09770S727948; â€™09 JD 608C 8 row 30â€? corn head, fluted rolls, height sensors, single point hookup, hyd. deck plates, SN H0608CX730997; â€™04 JD 625F 25â€™ HydraFlex platform, full finger auger, hyd. fore/aft, single point hookup, stubble lights, SN H00625F710649; 25â€™ head cart, 7.50-10 tires, SN D19980110; EZ Trail 672 20â€™ head cart, 20.5Ă—8.0-10 tires; 8 row down corn reel. TRUCK & TRAILER: â€™88 Kenworth day cab semi, Cummins N14, Fuller trans., air ride, 22.5â€? steel wheels, 190â€? wheelbase, 707,713 miles, VIN 2XKWD29X8JM502886; 20â€˛ flatbed trailer, bumper hitch, tandem axle, ramps, wood floor. FARM EQUIPMENT: â€™98 JD 6500 self propelled sprayer, 60â€™ booms, 30â€? nozzle spacing, 420 gal. poly tank, 12.4-38 tires, 11L-15 front tire, foamer, drops, JD flow control for monitor, 2,715 hrs., SN N06500X010176; Kinze 3600 16/31 planter, ground drive, finger pickup, 1.6 bushel boxes, no till coulters, seed firmers, heavy duty down pressure springs, markers, corn & bean units, KPM II monitor, SN 618977; â€™10 J&M 1000-20 GrainStorm grain cart, hyd. spout, roll tarp, lights, 900/60R32 tires, large 1000 PTO, SN 2892; C-IH 330 True-Tandem 33â€™ vertical tillage tool, single point depth control, gauge wheels, rolling basket, SN JFH0042658; DMI ecolo-tiger 730B 7-shank disc ripper, hyd. fold, rear leveler w/ hyd. fold, hyd. adjust gangs, SN JFH0015557; DMI TigerMate II 38â€™ field cultivator, walking tandems on main frame & wings, gauge wheels, 5-bar spike tooth harrow, SN 920055; Brandt GrainBelt 15â€?x 45â€™ conveyor auger, Kohler self contained motor, SN 92896-10; Rhino SR15 15â€™ batwing mower, (6) laminated tires, 1000 PTO, front & rear chains, SN 10557; JD 709 7â€™ 3-pt. rotary mower, 540 PTO; Arps 8â€™ 3-pt. blade, 1 cylinder; JD F687 Z-Trak front deck lawn mower, 7-Iron 54â€? deck, SN TCF687X020106; JD GS2 2600 display; JD original GreenStar display; JDâ€ˆStarFire 3000 receiver; JDâ€ˆStarFire ITC receiver. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Duane is retiring from farming and has rented his land. This will be a quick auction lasting less than two hours â€” donâ€™t be late! Live internet bidding will be available on major items â€“ visit our website for details. Lunch will be available. Not responsible for accidents, errors, or omissions. Everything sells As-Is. Announcements sale day take precedence.
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ADVERTISE WITH US! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT GREENE COUNTY - CARROLLTON ILLINOIS Wells Fargo Bank, NA Plaintiff, vs. 2016CH 11 Geri Ann Poncia; Richard Leo Poncia, AKA Richard L. Poncia Defendants. RR 3 Box 214, Carrollton, IL 62016 NOTICE OF SALE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above entitled cause on September 22, 2016, the *UHHQH &RXQW\ 6KHULIIÂśV 2IÂżFH ZLOO RQ March 8, 2017, at the hour of 1:00PM DW WKH *UHHQH &RXQW\ 6KHULIIÂśV 2IÂżFH Greene County Courthouse, 519 N. Main Street, Carrollton, IL 62016, sell to the highest bidder for cash, the folORZLQJGHVFULEHGPRUWJDJHGUHDOHVWDWH &RPPRQO\ NQRZQ DV 55 %R[ Carrollton, IL 62016 Parcel Number(s): 02-83-23-8-1 7KHUHDOHVWDWHLVLPSURYHGZLWKD6LQgle Family Residence.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JERSEY COUNTY, ILLINOIS WILMINGTON SAVINGS FUND SOCIETY, FSB, D/B/A CHRISTIANA TRUST, NOT INDIVIDUALLY BUT AS TRUSTEE FOR HILLDALE TRUST Plaintiff, -v.- 16 CH 22 BELINDA Y BOREN, GREG S BOREN, CAPITAL ONE BANK, USA NA Defendant NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on December 12, 2016, the Sheriff of Jersey County will at 8:30 AM on March 14, 2017, at the Jerseyville County Courthouse, 201 WEST PEARL STREET, (South Door), JERSEYVILLE, IL, 62052, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described real estate: Commonly known as 17754 OTTERVILLE RD, Grafton, IL 62037
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property is subject to general real estate taxes, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in AS IS condiWLRQ7KHVDOHLVIXUWKHUVXEMHFWWRFRQÂżUmation by the court. Upon payment in full of the amount ELGWKHSXUFKDVHUZLOOUHFHLYHD&HUWLÂżFDWH of Sale that will entitle the purchaser to a GHHGWRWKHUHDOHVWDWHDIWHUFRQÂżUPDWLRQ of the sale The property will NOT be open for inspection and plaintiff makes no representation as to the condition of the property. Prospective bidders are admonished to FKHFNWKHFRXUWÂżOHWRYHULI\DOOLQIRUPDWLRQ If this property is a condominium unit, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale, other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments and the legal fees required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/9(g)(1) and (g)(4). If this property is a condominium unit which is part of a common interest community, the purchaser of the unit at the foreclosure sale other than a mortgagee shall pay the assessments required by The Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/18.5(g-1).
Property Index No. 0612300100 The real estate is improved with a single family residence. The judgment $104,093.31.
Sale terms: 10% down of the highest ELG E\ FHUWLÂżHG IXQGV DW WKH FORVH RI WKH auction; the balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated on residential real estate at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not WRH[FHHGLQFHUWLÂżHGIXQGVLVGXH within twenty-four (24) hours. The subject IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 7TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JERSEY COUNTY - JERSEYVILLE, ILLINOIS Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. PLAINTIFF Vs. 16 CH 00018 Adam Blankenship; et. al. DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SHERIFFâ€™S SALE OF REAL ESTATE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on 11/30/2016, the Sheriff of Jersey County, Illinois will on 3/22/17 at the hour of 8:15AM at Jersey County Courthouse, 201 West Pearl Jerseyville, IL 62052, or in a place otherwise designated at the time of sale, County of Jersey and State of Illinois, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described real estate: PIN 04-404-002-00 Improved with Residential COMMONLY KNOWN AS: Snedeker Street Jerseyville, IL 62052
Sale terms: 10% down of the highHVW ELG E\ FHUWLÂżHG IXQGV DW WKH FORVH of the auction; The balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser QRW WR H[FHHG LQ FHUWLÂżHG IXQGV is due within twenty-four (24) hours. The subject property is subject to general real estate taxes, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in â€œAS ISâ€? condition. The VDOHLVIXUWKHUVXEMHFWWRFRQÂżUPDWLRQE\ the court.
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IF YOU ARE THE MORTGAGOR (HOMEOWNER), YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN IN POSSESSION FOR 30 DAYS AFTER ENTRY OF AN ORDER OF POSSESSION, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 15-1701(C) OF THE ILLINOIS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE LAW. For information, contact Plaintiff s attorney: MARINOSCI LAW GROUP, P.C. , 134 N LaSalle St., STE 1900, Chicago, IL 60602, (312) 940-8580. Please refer to ÂżOHQXPEHU(0DLOPOJLO#POJ defaultlaw.com 2.8.17, 2.15.17, 2.22.
Ryan R. Culton aka Ryan Culton; Carrie B. Boyd aka Carrie Beth Boyd aka Carrie Beth Culton aka Carrie Boyd aka Carrie Culton; Unknown Owners and Non-Record Claimants Defendants.
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127,&(2)6+(5,))6$/( Public notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a judgment of said Court entered in the above-entitled cause on -DQXDU\ , 6KHULII 3DXO 3HWW\ RI3LNH&RXQW\,OOLQRLVZLOOKROGDVDOH on March 31, 2017 , commencing at 9:15am, at the Pike County Courthouse, 100 East Washington Street, 3LWWVÂżHOG,/WRVHOOWRWKHKLJKHVW bidder or bidders the following described real estate, or so much thereof as may EH VXIÂżFLHQW WR VDWLVI\ VDLG GHFUHH WR wit: Commonly known as: 254 South MonURH6WUHHW3LWWVÂżHOG,OOLQRLV 3,1$ First Lien Position; Single-Family Residence; Judgment Amount $235554.49 ,1 $&&25'$1&( :,7+ ,/&6 F + $1' +
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This communication is an attempt to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. ANSELMO LINDBERG OLIVER LLC 1771 W. Diehl Rd., Ste 120 Naperville, IL 60563-4947 630-453-6960 | 866-402-8661 | 630-428-4620 (fax) Attorney No. Cook 58852, DuPage 293191, Kane 031-26104, Peoria 1794, Winnebago 3802, IL 03126232 foreclosure@ALOLawGroup.com 7+,6/$:),50,6'((0('72%($ DEBT COLLECTOR. R410 2.15.17, 2.22.17, 3.1.17
the foreclosure takes place after 1/1/2007, purchasers other than the mortgagees will be required to pay any assessment and legal fees due under The Condominium 3URSHUW\ $FW ,/&6 J DQG J If the property is located in a common interest community, purchasers other than mortgagees will be required to pay any assessment and legal fees due under the Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS J
Vs. 16 CH 00029 Jason A. Ingold; et. al. DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SHERIFFâ€™S SALE OF REAL ESTATE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on 10/12/2016, the Sheriff of Jersey County, Illinois will on 3/22/17 at the hour of 8:15AM at Jersey County Courthouse, 201 West Pearl Jerseyville, IL 62052, or in a place otherwise designated at the time of sale, County of Jersey and State of Illinois, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described real estate: PIN 01-250-306-00 Improved with Residential COMMONLY KNOWN AS: Lake Drive Elsah, IL 62028
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Vs. 16 CH 00016 Donald A. Davis; et. al. DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SHERIFFâ€™S SALE OF REAL ESTATE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on 11/30/2016, the Sheriff of Jersey County, Illinois will on 3/22/17 at the hour of 8:15AM at Jersey County Courthouse, 201 West Pearl Jerseyville, IL 62052, or in a place otherwise designated at the time of sale, County of Jersey and State of Illinois, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described real estate: PIN 07-075-013-00 Improved with Single Family Home COMMONLY KNOWN AS: Teney Hollow Road Brighton, IL 62012
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 7TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JERSEY COUNTY - JERSEYVILLE, ILLINOIS Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation PLAINTIFF Vs. 16 CH 00036 Emin Alimi; et. al. DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SHERIFFâ€™S SALE OF REAL ESTATE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on 10/12/2016, the Sheriff of Jersey County, Illinois will on 3/22/17 at the hour of 8:15AM at Jersey County Courthouse, 201 West Pearl Jerseyville, IL 62052, or in a place otherwise designated at the time of sale, County of Jersey and State of Illinois, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described real estate: PIN 04-211-024-52 Improved with Single Family Home COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 1203 Megan Street Jerseyville, IL 62052 Sale terms: 10% down of the highHVW ELG E\ FHUWLÂżHG IXQGV DW WKH FORVH of the auction; The balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to H[FHHG LQ FHUWLÂżHG IXQGV LV GXH within twenty-four (24) hours. The subject property is subject to general real estate taxes, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in â€œAS ISâ€? condition. The sale is further VXEMHFWWRFRQÂżUPDWLRQE\WKHFRXUW
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 7TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JERSEY COUNTY - JERSEYVILLE, ILLINOIS JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association PLAINTIFF Vs. 16 CH 00028 Matthew W. Campbell; et. al. DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SHERIFFâ€™S SALE OF REAL ESTATE PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above cause on 9/14/2016, the Sheriff of Jersey County, Illinois will on 3/22/17 at the hour of 8:15AM at Jersey County Courthouse, 201 West Pearl Jerseyville, IL 62052, or in a place otherwise designated at the time of sale, County of Jersey and State of Illinois, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, as set forth below, the following described real estate: PIN 04-570-001-00 Improved with Single Family Home COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 522 W. Spruce Street Jerseyville, IL 62052 Sale terms: 10% down of the highest ELGE\FHUWLÂżHGIXQGVDWWKHFORVHRIWKH auction; The balance, including the Judicial sale fee for Abandoned Residential Property Municipality Relief Fund, which is calculated at the rate of $1 for each $1,000 or fraction thereof of the amount paid by the purchaser not to exceed LQ FHUWLÂżHG IXQGV LV GXH ZLWKLQ twenty-four (24) hours. The subject property is subject to general real estate taxes, special assessments, or special taxes levied against said real estate and is offered for sale without any representation as to quality or quantity of title and without recourse to Plaintiff and in â€œAS ISâ€? condition. The sale is further subject WRFRQÂżUPDWLRQE\WKHFRXUW
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The following police reports were filed between Feb. 3 and Feb. 9. These reports are public information and are obtained from the Greene County Circuit Clerkâ€™s office. All individuals listed have been arrested and charged, or cited in the case of traffic violations. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty. The following individuals have been charged with a felony: Seaton, Austin T., dob 06-20-93, grooming. Shanks, Ashton B., dob 09-26-98, burglary, criminal damage/government property, theft. Godar, Mason J., dob 04-23-97, burglary, criminal damage/government property, theft. Anderson, Francis R., dob 07-23-76, meth delivery. Malin, Brad W., dob 10-0577, possession of meth. The following individuals have been charged with a civil law violation: Taylor, Jeffrey T., dob 12-21-67, possess drug paraphernalia, possess cannabis. Warcup, Samantha N., dob 02-21-95, possess cannabis. Scott, Charles L., dob 02-11-92, possess drug paraphernalia.
The following individuals have been charged with a misdemeanor: Scott, Charles L., dob 02-11-92, criminal trespass to land, domestic battery/bodily harm. Warcup, Samantha N., dob 02-21-95, criminal trespass to land, resist/peace officer/correction employee/firefighter. Douglas, Curtis L., dob 06-20-95, missed fail/return from furlough. Elliott, Rebecca L., dob 04-28-95, give/sell liquor to minor. Murphy, Aquisa M., dob 09-03-9 7, give/sell liquor to minor. The following individuals have been charged with an ordinance violation: Large, Richard, no dob, dog running at large (2counts). Taylor, Bruce, no dob, unlawful parking (2 counts) Springman, Travis L., no dob, curfew violation. Meneley, Jamie, no dob, high grass or weeds. The following individuals have been charged with a traffic violation: Yadro, Garrett M, dob 12-12-95, driving 15-20 mph above limit. Nance, Kyle P., dob 12-1394, driving 15-20 mph above limit.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, GREENE COUNTY, ILLINOIS CAUSE NO. 17-TX-1: TO THE FOLLOWING NAMED PERSONS (AND IF DECEASED, TO THEIR UNKNOWN HEIRS AND DEVISEES), AND TO THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, AND TO ALL INTERESTED DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES THEREOF, INCLUDING AMONG OTHERS GREENE COUNTY CLERK , GREENE COUNTY TREASURER , GREENE COUNTY STATES ATTORNEY , ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, ILLINOIS ATTORNEY GENERAL, ILLINOIS DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES, ILLINOIS DEPT OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY, STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPT OF HEALTHCARE & FAMILY SERVICES (PUBLIC AID) GENERAL COUNSEL, CITY OF CARROLLTON, CITY OF ROODHOUSE, CITY OF WHITE HALL, VILLAGE OF HILLVIEW, AND TO OCCUPANTS, UNKNOWN OWNERS AND PARTIES INTERESTED IN THE PARCELS HEREINAFTER NAMED: Parcel Number
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ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ............................ 201300130 ..............120 E. CLAY ST. 08-22-18-300-012 ................. ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITYo .............................................. COLLECTIONS SECTION .................................................. 201300130 ..............120 E. CLAY ST. 08-22-18-300-012 ................. GEORGE, ROBERT ............................................................ 201300130 ..............120 E. CLAY ST. 08-22-18-311-005 ................. ACKLEY, RICHARD ............................................................. 201300134 ......... 621 S THOMPSON 08-22-18-311-005 ................. ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ............................ 201300134 ......... 621 S THOMPSON 11-53-2-201-017 ................... DAVIS, TERRY L ............................................................... 201300168 ............337 CARSON ST. 11-53-35-220-005 ................. CRABTREE, PAUL EDWARD ............................................. 201300192 ..................... GRANT ST. 11-53-35-220-007 ................. CRABTREE, PAUL EDWARD ............................................. 201300193 ..................... GRANT ST. 11-53-35-414-008 ................. NEFF, SCOTT...................................................................... 201300206 ............236 CARSON ST. 11-53-35-414-022 ................. VANMETER, JOHN W ......................................................... 201300208 .... 229 S. RAILROAD ST. 11-53-35-414-022 ................. VANMETER, SHIRLEY ........................................................ 201300208 .... 229 S. RAILROAD ST. 11-53-35-414-022 ................. BAZE-ADAMS, PAULETTE M ............................................. 201300208 .... 229 S. RAILROAD ST. 11-53-35-419-001 ................. SPRAGUE, JASON ............................................................. 201300212 ......................338 BATES 11-53-35-419-001 ................. MCVAY, MELORA ................................................................ 201300212 ......................338 BATES 11-53-35-419-001 ................. VISTA SECURITIES INC ..................................................... 201300212 ......................338 BATES TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVESAID PARCELS WERE SOLD ON NOVEMBER 20, 2014, FOR GENERALTAXES FOR THE YEAR 2013 AND PRIOR YEARS, AND THAT THE PERIOD OF REDEMPTION FROM SUCH SALE EXPIRES JULY 14, 2017. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT A PETITION FOR ORDER DIRECTING ISSUANCE OF TAX DEEDS HAS BEEN FILED IN THE ABOVESAID CAUSE AS TO THE ABOVE-NAMED PARCELS BY GREENE COUNTY, AS TRUSTEE, AND THAT ON AUGUST 4, 2017 AT 10:00 AM, SAID PETITIONER WILL APPLY FOR AN ORDER THAT A TAX DEED ISSUE AS TO EACH ABOVESAID PARCEL NOT REDEEMED ON OR BEFORE JULY 14, 2017. /S/ GREENE COUNTY AS TRUSTEE, PETITIONER. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE COUNTY CLERK ADDRESS: 519 N MAIN ST, CARROLLTON, IL 62016 TELEPHONE: (217) 942-5443 2.1.17, 2.8.17, 2.15.17
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