01-28-2009

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HIT AND RUN IN GREENVILLE

 

A Greenville juvenile was allegedly involved in a hit and run and has been charged with 4 counts in Bond County Court.  The minor has been charged with 2 counts of alleged aggravated battery, one count of leaving the scene of a personal injury accident and one count of alleged reckless conduct. The juvenile allegedly hit a 13 year-old pedestrian with a Dodge Van.  According to the Greenville Police Department the pedestrian was hit in the arm with the mirror of the van.  The minor was ordered to be placed in temporary custody at the Madison County Detention Home. The minor is due back in Bond County Court on February 9th.  


TWO SENIOR PLAYERS ARRESTED AT LITCHFIELD TOURNAMENT

 

At the Litchfield Tournament, one team left with more then they came with.  According to Litchfield Police Chief Wilkenson, teams shared the locker rooms during the tournament last week.  Thursday night, a few Civic Memorial players realized they were missing some electronic devices and cash from their sports bags.  The players realized the loss before they left the building and with process of elimination, players from the Love Joy team were called for questioning. 4 out of 5 I-pods were recovered from 2 Love Joy Seniors. No cash was recovered. The seniors were arrested, and may face consequences from law enforcement as well as school system penalties.

 

Greenville Comets came home with the tournament championship.


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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE TO CHILDREN OF VETERANS

 

Illinois Department of Veteran's Affairs Director L. Tammy Duckworth reminds children of Illinois' combat veterans to take advantage of the 2009-2010 Children of Veterans Tuition Waiver at the University of Illinois.  Six waivers are available in each Illinois County.  The waiver covers in-state tuition for four years for undergraduate, graduate, or professional studies at any of the University of Illinois campuses.  For eligibility requirements, applications, or additional information, contact your local Veterans Service Office or call 1-800-437-9824. 

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ATTEND THE 20TH ANNUAL ILLINOIS HORSE FAIR

 

This March, top national clinicians, horse educators, riders and vendors will gather in Springfield for the

20th Annual Illinois Horse Fair. The fair normally attracts over 10,000 horsemen and is produced by Horseman's Council of Illinois. This years fair will offer riding clinics, dressage clinics, horse training sessions and much more. There is also an All-Youth Horse judging trial that involves teams from 4-H, FFA and breed associations from Illinois and around the mid-west. The Horse Fair opens Friday March 6th until Sunday March 8th at the state fairgrounds in Springfield. For more information call 664-3665

 

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