February 1, 2019
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New Pizza Mart Coming to Okawville

During the Okawville Village board meeting this past Monday, it was announced that a new business would be opening in Okawville to replace the Victory II Restaurant and Lounge.  Pizza Mart from Trenton will be opening their 2nd location in … Continue reading

February 1, 2019
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2 Accidents Were Reported Last Week

Two accidents were reported in Washington County this past week.  The 1st one was on Wednesday, January 23rd.  Deputies responded to Adams Street, at Kaskaskia Street in Nashville, where there was a report of a 2-vehicle accident.  45-year-old Kerry Henderson … Continue reading

January 30, 2019
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Nashville Education Center Director Resigns From Position

Kaskaskia College and their Board of Trustees met on Monday for a regular monthly meeting.  At that meeting, they elected to approve an agreement with Southern Illinois University in Carbondale on 4 new articulation agreements.  That includes aid for graduates … Continue reading

January 30, 2019
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Closings in Washington County Today, Due to Cold Weather

Due to the extreme cold weather in our area, multiple businesses and schools are going to be closed today.  Some schools that are closed include Ashley Grade School, Kaskaskia College, Nashville District 49, Nashville Community High School, the Nashville Senior … Continue reading

January 30, 2019
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Centralia Businessman Pleads Guilty on Failure to File an Income Tax Return

A Centralia businessman pleads guilty, in regard to theft of governmental funds over $10,000, but less then $100,000, along with failure to file an Illinois Income Tax Return.  62-year-old Douglas Loy was sentenced on Wednesday to 4 years of conditional … Continue reading

January 28, 2019
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State and Federal Tax Information in Illinois

The Illinois Department of Revenue will begin accepting 2018 state individual income tax returns on Monday, January 28th, that’s next Monday, which is the same date that the Internal Revenue Service will begin accepting federal individual income tax returns.  The … Continue reading

January 24, 2019
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Home Sales Down in Illinois From December

Illinois Realtors’ reports that Illinois statewide home sales were down by 14.7-percent from last year in December.  6 homes were sold in Washington County last month, which down by 2 homes or by 25-percent from what we saw in December … Continue reading

January 24, 2019
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“Traveling Bandit” Robs Mt. Vernon Bank, Along with 7 Other Banks in 6 States

FBI agents are asking for the public’s help in finding a suspected robbery, being nicknamed as, “The Traveling Bandit,” who is suspected in the recent robbery of the Fifth 3rd Bank of Mt. Vernon.  News outlets report that the FBI … Continue reading

January 23, 2019
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Pritzker Takes Series of Pro-Worker Actions

Governor JB Pritzker took a series of pro-worker actions, which was highlighted by reinstating a long-postponed, experience-based salary increase for state workers, represented by the American Federal of State, County and Municipal Employees.  Restoration of the so-called step increases is … Continue reading