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Daily Republican Register (Newspaper) - June 5, 2007, Mount Carmel, Illinois June 5, 2007 Mt. Carmel and Wabash County since 1839 City applauds request from local Boy Scout who will do landscaping projects around entrance LAURA EASTER Register News Mt. Carmel City Council has accepted the willing of a local youth who is looking to improve his officials heard local Boy Scout Dathan plans Monday night to beautify Mt. Carmel while simultaneously working toward his Eagle Scout Deisher said with some helping hands in his intends to complete fencing and landscaping around City of Mt. Carmel signs that welcome commuters at the community's father and Troop 290 leader Jeff Deisher told the city council that part of work will be to raise the funds needed to complete the The younger Deisher said he'll likely seek the support of local businesses and organizations and will contact clubs who've sponsored the placement of new to Mt. signs in the past to finance the will be embellished to resemble beautification work done to the one located at Walnut and Railroad near River Jack who conducted Monday night's regular meeting in the absence of Mt. Carmel Mayor Tom called proposal a strongly accept your Emmons with nods of agreement from the Emmons encouraged others can help beautify Mt. to volunteer to do similar work in the a local Rotary Club said the club is planning to potentially sponsor purchase of another maroon welcome sign for placement on 9th Street at the city's Plans caU for that effort to begin after the club's annual Corn Day he OF JULY Wabash Valley YMCA received permission from the City Council Monday to sell necklaces and other items during the city's annual Fourth of July Celebration and fireworks set for the evening of July 4 at Mt. Carmel High School's Riverview Please turn to page 10 teenage defendants bound over for trial on July 2 a preliminary hearing concluded early Monday Wabash County Circuit Judge Steve Sawyer bound over for trial two teenage suspects named in allegations after a Dec. 29, 2006 Sawyer heard evidence from two Mt. Carmel Police officers Monday in the preliminary which had been recessed from May 29 concerning the charges of aggravated battery in connection with an altercation that resulted in injuries to Brandon 19, a Wabash Valley College preliminary hearing resumed at 11 a.m. Monday for purpose of the obtaining testimony from Mt. Carmel Police Department's juvenile Greg filed four counts of Aggravated Battery on May 2 against both Scottie R. 17, and Marcus W. 17, in Wabash County Circuit The action came after Judge Sawyer in April granted a motion to dismiss grand jury indictments against Cole and two suspects face identical sets of the cases by in which he said he amended language defects noted by the judge in his decision to dismiss the Feb. 16 grand jury The charges allege attack on 19. attorneys George Woodcock and William Hudson represent Defense attorney Jay Walden represents testimony Officer Hart described a photo lineup he used during an interview on Jan. 7 with alleged victim Brandon Elliott and he indicated that he did not say Cole had hit But the other individual at the scene with Jace had identified according to the said Elliott identified the first two people who became involved in hitting him but said in the January statement that he did not specifically know which hit him because was covered up in a to defend objected to Webb's statement to authorities as being hearsay stating there was no assault by Cole and Adams on Judge Sawyer ruled the evidence admissible in a preliminary Attorney Woodcock said the case had nothing other than the statement of Jace Webb and that as many as 18 or 19 people might have been present in the vicinity the night of the including some who had left the Jared Price also testified that he had interviewed young Mt. Carmel Bowling He said those interviews were in response to a call by officer Eddie Johnson from the hospital emergency Johnson reportedly told Price that signed probable cause complaints were being given by alleged victim said he talked with five young men in a group outside the bowling and advised them someone had named them in an Sawyer scheduled arraignment for June 11, at 1:30 p.m. in Wabash County Circuit set the cases naming Cole and Adams for jury trial on July 2 at 9 commissioners discuss rocky county TOM DUNN Register Staff Commissioners Charles Sanders and Gary Stuessel went into executive session for approximately 30 minutes over the budget with department heads Monday during the regular county board executive Chair Sanders talked about how close everything and from here on out we need to watch what we're which we think every department head is. We took ideas on personnel on We reminded them on where they're at on their budget at this particular time of the That doesn't mean they're going to be worse or was a productive Sanders the May 21 regular county board Treasurer Larry Briggs announced that the general fund was currently at its lowest at in comparison to the Mays of the last four after executive used the phrase to describe the county's needed response to the treasurer's Larry Circuit Clerk Angle Coroner Larry Sheriff Joe Marie WEMA Coordinator Ross State's Attorney Chris Quick and Animal Control Warden Chuck Skidmore attended the executive County Health Department Administrator Cindy County Engineer Dustin Janice Bobbitt and Pat James were excused from the executive Assessor Deborah Gittings was on Commissioner Craig was not the regular State's Attorney for the purposes of the he told the county board that trials are being held in resulting in larger Derek Morgan will complete an instructor class for Taser guns in the near Wabash County Sheriff Joe Keeling Morgan is the only officer trained in using a Taser gun in Wabash and will soon be able to pass on this skill to This non-lethal weapon is becoming a more popular law enforcement Keeling Deputy Etzkorn will soon attend a rifle patrolman WEMA Assistant Coordinator Colby Rigg and Madden will attend an earthquake exercise today and tomorrow and in 111., Madden 2nd quarter reimbursement has arrived in the amount of for the months of February and 1st and 2nd quarter reimbursements total Madden the recommendation of County Engineer Dustin Sanders and Stuessel voted unanimously to approve the prevailing wage motor fuel tax accounting class Bunting and his secretary took in Springfield will help his department better use the program that's available free of Bunting Attorney Chris Quick gave his May report to the Cases 13 40 11 and 169 Court 38 criminal 6 juvenile 165 traffic in fines and in restitution Six bad checks were collected ih May in the amount of the renovation efforts at Froman Stuessel said that was doing a decision on insurance the Ford Van under the county was because a representative was not GIVES County Health Administrator Cindy Brown requested that the county board install a for accounts payable checks in the treasurer's last batch of these checks should have been received May 21, Brown but were not received until May 30, which interfered with contractual timelines and agreements must was the first instance of this Brown No decision was spoke of whole lot of in the behavioral health division added services and deleted Hill Center will close July 11. The health department has depended on this psychiatric facility for geriatric Hill's 800 number has been Wabash County's crisis Brown Brown thanked Wabash County 911 Director Colby who's working on a transition by expanding Wabash County's voice mail Marriott sings national Page 6 167, No. 245 Walgreens: Report of new store TRAVIS NEFF of Tri-State Ind. Despite recent reports that a pharmacy will be built in company officials have declined to confirm any plans to put a store in the radio station WRAY reported this weekend that a pharmacy will be built at the corner of Broadway and Fifth Avenue within the next few to the WRAY the new would be located on an about property and the retail store and pharmacy would encompass about 14,000 square Carol a spokesperson for said in an e-mail that the company has no definite plans for any store in Princeton and added that no store would be open in the city in 2007 or 2008. has not signed a lease for any property in she and reports about a new store are paperwork for a franchise had been filed in the Gibson County Office as of Bob Hurst said he has been in contact with a realtor working for the company and added that there are tentative plans for a to locate in Princeton in the assessment hearing County Supervisor of Assessments Deborah Gittings will hold a public hearing of the Wabash County Farmland Review Committee on June 18, at 4 p.m. in the Supervisor of Assessments Office at the Wabash County hearing is held in compliance with the Illinois Property Tax Section 10-120. subject of the hearing shall be to inform the public on the equalized assessed values of farmland proposed by the Illinois Department of Revenue and the implementation of the procedures proposed by the county assessing official for the assessment year of 2008 for taxes payable in 2009. Rail crossing works Mt. Carmel Police Department said repairs to railroad crossings in Mt. Carmel this week will result in closings and the expected closings and delays are as June 6 workers will be at the Route 1 Street from 9 a.m. to 3 crossings will be updated throughout Mt. Carmel as they progress as well as Oak Street crossing later this public The annual Consumer Confidence Report Is available from the Mt. Carmel Water Department for Perry's South Terrace Mobile Home Park 79 58 County Readings low 81 55 River readings change 4.92 IN Day events set Mt. Carmel Airport will hold its annual Airport Appreciation Day on June 9. The event will begin with a breakfast at 7:30 display will be aircraft new and including antique helicopters and experimental The Club will display RC emergency services will have equipment on display and hot air balloon rides will be there will be a car show with awards for best best best Crysler and best not big rides will be available for a Food will be served throughout the day There is no charge for Call 948-2413 for more ceremony Mt. Elks Lodge will host its annual Flag Day Ceremony at 2 p.m. June 10, in Mt. Carmel City Hall's Community The public is ON THE is the man who ventures to defend what he holds FOR help us to be open to all the ways you come into our ordinary days and our challenging 17344 00452 2 The annual Consumer Confidence Report Is available from the Mt. Carmel Water Department for Perry's South Terrace Mobile Home Park Sim vKo 1 8 S 1 our on line edition at of Tri State
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