9-19-2008

 




GREENVILLE TEENAGER SENTENCED

 

A Greenville teenager was sentenced, on Monday, Sept 15th, for attempted armed robbery. 19 year-old Demarrio Lampkins was sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections after pleading guilty to attempted armed robbery.  The charge alleged, back in June, Lampkins demanded money from a Greenville man while carrying a firearm and threatening the use of force.  The incident happened on South First Street while two people were in the home. Residential burglary, charged against Lampkins, was dismissed. Lampkins was sentenced to 8 years in IDOC with 2 years mandatory supervised release.



EDWARDSVILLE WOMAN SENTENCED

 

An Edwardsville woman was sentenced at the Bond County Courthouse on Wednesday. According to courthouse records, 40 year-old Stacy Shea, of Edwardsville, was sentenced to 180 days in the Bond County Jail for stealing from Attorney James Buchmiller LTD, of Greenville, a sum totaling between $300 to $10,000, while she was employed by Buchmiller.  Shea was also sentenced to 30 months probation.   


NEW GREENVILLE POSTMASTER

 

Congratulations and welcome can be delivered to the Greenville Post Office.  Effective Saturday, September 27th, Lynn Todt, of Highland, will be the new postmaster at the Greenville Post Office. Todt worked at the Highland Post Office for 15 years. She takes over for Sylvia Brown.


 

SPORTS

ATTENTION FOOTBALL FANS

 

The Vandalia Vandals are anticipating a large crowd at the game tonight against the Greenville Comets. We want to let fans going to the game in Vandalia know, the North Gate next to the visitor side will be open to buy tickets and there is plenty of parking at the Junior High. Vandalia will honor Bond County Faculty passes as well.


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

 

Greenville Comets at Vandalia

 

HIGH SCHOOL GOLF

 

The Greenville Comets golf team won a close two way match with Nashville on Thursday.  The Comets won by three strokes, 172 to 175 at the Greenville Country Club.  Tanner Neese was again the Comets low scorer with a 2 over par 38, Dustin Hoffmeier was a close second with a 39. 

 

JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL

 

The Greenville Junior High Bluejays lost 8-6 to Highland St. Paul on Thursday.  The Bluejays are now 8-13 on the season. 



OBITUARIES

None to Report


WEATHER

SATURDAY - Partly cloudy with a 20% chance of showers, high 80, low 57

SUNDAY - 20% chance of showers, high 78, low 56


PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Join us for Public Affairs this Sunday following the Noon Bond County Area News on WGEL Radio.  Tom’s guests this week are Martha Radcliff and Martha Iler.  They’ll discuss the upcoming Autumn Art Walk in Greenville and the Our Common Ground organization that helps promote local art.  That’s Public Affairs this Sunday following the Noon Bond County Area News. 


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