4-6-2011

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ELECTION RESULTS

The election is over and WGEL covered the status of each race throughout last evening and now we have the results for you.  Remember all results are unofficial. 

CITY OF GREENVILLE CITY COUNCIL (top 2 elected)
Donald Stover           185
Kenny Hampton        360
John Gillard               427
Matt Roadman          283

KEYESPORT VILLAGE TRUSTEE (top 3 elected)
John Tutza, Sr.         25
Stella Mooring         21
Bill Smith                 17
Linda Smith             18

PANAMA VILLAGE TRUSTEE (top 3 elected)
Joseph McCario      24
Kenneth Phillips       15
Douglas Cruthis       41
Otto Rau                 39
Charles Dixon         31

POCAHONTAS VILLAGE TRUSTEE (top 3 elected)
James Moore            90
Joe Rankers            113
Michelle Clark          62
Karen Heilig             94
Jane Lantrip             31

SORENTO VILLAGE PRESIDENT (1 elected)
Edward Wallace        57
Anthony Rapien        46

SORENTO VILLAGE TRUSTEE (top 3 elected)
Stephen Hasenmeyer                    30
Vonda Howard Patchin                15
Fred Houchlei                              92
Lowell Halford                             83
Rosa Anthony                              19
Stephanie (Gerl) Scarborough      54

BOND COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 2 (3 elected)
Scott Gaffner           975
Erin Hill                    661
Nathan Prater          708
James Jackson         405
Edmar Schreiber      361
Due to residency rules Gaffner, Prater and Jackson will serve on the board. 

KASKASKIA COLLEGE DISTRICT 501 TRUSTEE (top 2 elected)
Dee Boswell    6570
Robert Gaffner 5683
Kelly Bennett   5750
Judith Meeks   3500

FAYETTE COUNTY SCHOOL TAX
Yes     1166
No      1641


 

 

 

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REWARD OFFERED IN CLINTON COUNTY RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY

Clinton County Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspects involved in a daytime residential burglary. WGEL spoke with Clinton County Sheriff, Mike Kreke about the incident.  Kreke said the Sheriff’s Department received a telephone call while the burglary was in progress, a description of the alleged burglars, and a picture of their car. Kreke said the suspects are three white males estimated to be in their late teens or early twenties.  The suspect vehicle is a tan 4-door passenger car. Anyone with information is asked to call the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department at 618-594-4555.  The call may be made anonymously.


DONATIONS TO SPERANEO FAMILY

Robert and Teresa Speraneo, of rural Greenville, were the victims of a devastating house fire Friday afternoon.  Two family pets died in the fire but luckily the Speraneos were not at home.  Nothing was saved and the home was a total loss. An account has been set up at National Bank in Greenville for donations.  National Bank’s number is 664-4900. Father Vic Kaltenbach, of St. Lawrence Parish in Greenville, said there will be a free-will love offering basket at the door after each Mass next weekend to help Bob and Teresa.  Donations may be placed in the basket or dropped by the church office, located at 512 S. Prairie Street in Greenville, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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LARGE SAFE MOVED FROM THE AMERICAN LEGION BUILDING

The large double door safe was moved from the second floor of the American Legion building Friday.  The safe was built around 1912 and put in the legion building sometime in the 1930s.  A large crane was used to remove the safe from the building. 

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MARCH RAIN AND SNOW TOTALS FOR GREENVILLE

Greenville received rain and snow in March as winter slowly relaxes its influence on area weather.  Measuring stations show an average of 2.76 inches of rain and five inches of snow for the month.  So far this year, Greenville has received 5.49 inches of rain and 28.51 inches of snow.  When compared with records from the past 44 years, the month of March in several years showed more rain than March 2011 but this month ranks seventh in snow fall since 1967.


LADY COMETS SOCCER TEAM PLACES THIRD IN TOURNAMENT

The Lady Comets soccer team place third in the Litchfield/Staunton tournament last week.  The Comets fell 1-0 to Carlinville in the final game.  Chelsie Evans recorded twelve saves in goal.


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