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Jacksonville Journal Courier (Newspaper) - August 14, 2015, Jacksonville, Illinois 2a Friday. August 14,2015 obituaries state Jacksonville journal courier police beat Morgan county sheriff accidents a a Rural Greenfield Man was injured about 2 10 . Thursday when the Mower he was Riding was struck by a car on tin old state Road. Michael h. Theivagt was treated at passavant area Hospital and released. A sheriffs department report said i theivagt drove the Mower onto tin Road and into the path of a car driven by Robert f. Bradford 78. Of Springfield. Arrests. T Ita hons a Travis a. Winningham 35, of 376 White St., White Hall was booked into the Morgan county jail about i . Thursday on a warrant accusing him of failing to appear in court on a charge of contempt of court. A Terry i. Jackson to of too n. Church St. Was hooked into the1 Morgan county jail about 10 30 . Thursday on a warrant accusing him of contempt of court. A John p. Martin 33, of 124 Hardin ave. Was booked into the Morgan county jail about 11 40 . Thursday on a warrant accusing him of contempt of court. A Christopher i. Shoemaker 22, of Havana was booked into the Morgan county jail about 2 15 . Thursday on a charge of violating probation on a previous offence of resisting a peace officer. A i Evon i. Hickman 37. Of 435 w. Vine St., Springfield was booked into the Morgan county jail about 2 40 . Thursday on a petition to revoke probation on a previous offence of theft. Bob Welch for the journal courier fire destroyed an empty House on East mini Street in Virginia wednesday keeping Virginia firefighters on the scene for More than nine hours. Firefighters arrived about 9 30 . Wednesday and found the House engulfed in flames. They returned about 2 . Thursday after the fire rekindled. It is not Clear what started the fire no injuries were reported. Jacksonville police accidents a a Jacksonville Man was injured in a motorcycle Accident about 7 30 . Thursday. Christopher s. T Onnell 55, of 743 Vav. Douglas ave. Was treated at passavant area Hospital before being transferred to memorial medical Center in Springfield after his motorcycle turned Over while he was leaving the parking lot of a business in the 1200 Block of West Morton Avenue. Of Donnell was in surgery at memorial medical Center thursday afternoon. A a 16-year-old girl was cited about 4 25 . I thursday on a charge of failure to yield while turning left after a two vehicle Accident at South main Street and Morton Avenue. No injuries were reported. Arrests. Citations a Deborah k. Noble 62, of 544 Brooklyn ave., pol 27, was booked into the Morgan county jail about 9 25 . Wednesday on a warrant accusing Lier of failing to appear in court on a forgery charge. A a 15-year-old boy was arrested about 11 of . Wednesday on a charge of violating curfew. A a 16-year-old boy was arrested about 7 40 . Thursday on a charge of unlawful Possession of a firearm. A Jennifer k million j i of 17 Springwater drive was arrested about 9 55 . Thursday on a charge of forgery. A Edwin p. Powell 25, of 800 Illinois ava., Apt. 24, was arrested about 6 30 . Thursday on a charge of criminal damage to proper v. Stadium cinemas South main 245-1850 shows Fri., August 7th thru thurs., August 13th, 2015 residents voice concerns open caption Man from . 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The Illinois environmental Protection Agency held a Public hearing wednesday As it decides whether to Grant Sunrise Coal the permit. The company wants to build the bulldog mine Iii Southwest Vermillion county. About 75 people attended the meeting and almost half of them spoke on the record. A majority of those speakers expressed concern Over plans for the mine and asked state officials questions. Keith Kohl who farms near the proposed site is worried about the company a plan to use existing Field tiles in its underground Coal mine operation. Quot i want to make sure everything is done properly Quot he said. A my neighbors and i depend on that til Ltd to Drain our Bob Jennings president of the Village Board in Kik Vood sought Assurance at the hearing that the mine taint the drinking water the Village gets from the Salt Fork River the Champaign news a Ette reported. Officials with Sunrise Coal and the Illinois or in Loving memory up Tom Ca Phyllis a Mcculley August 12, 1935 August 8, 2009 no matter How Many years have passed your Sunshine continues to Shine through everyday love your family environmental Protection Agency said the mine will be designed to discharge Runoff into a tributary to the River Only in tile event of excessive rainfall. T hey also said the mine must meet limitations for the amount of contaminants released into the waterway when it does discharge. But Jennings argued that there have been numerous heavy Rains in recent years and he asked How Oakwood and its residents would lie effected by discharge s should those �?o100-year Rains continue including the potential for additional testing or costs of other safeguards. A these concerns Are not Only worrisome for our citizens but could increase1 costs and economic harm to our village1,�?� Jennings said. A we need your Assurance that our Elri King water will remain Jacksonville is Friday August 14 War non Wing sprints Dir car munitions Street stocks hornets Micro sprints Gates open 5 00 racing 7 00 adults $13,11-18 $7,108 under free Happy hour 4 00-6 00 $2.50 Domestic drinks next week aug 21 Jacksonville Speedway open House free admission to races Thurman Beardstown a John Avery a Jack Quot Thurman 85, of Beardstown died aug 12, 2015. Funeral services will he held 11 . Saturday at Colwell memorial Home in Beardstown. I he family will meet with Fri enels from 9 . Until the time of services at the memorial Home. Goetsch Farmer Vii of a father Vav. Goetsch Idi of Farmersville died aug. 11. 2015. Visitation is 1-7 . Sunday at Hough memorial Home in Farmersville funeral services will he held 11 . Monday at Zion evangelical lutheran Hureh is. Hough funeral Home in Farmersville is in charge of arrangements. Scott Roodhouse a Michael Dale Scott 62, of Roodhouse died aug. 12, 2015. A memorial service will be held noon saturday at the Hillview Baptist Church. The family w ill Greet friends from to . Saturday until time of service. Haws family funeral Home in Roodhouse is entrusted with the cremation. Services pending Willard Beardstown Connie to Willard. 81. Of Whitehall Michigan and formerly of Beardstown died aug. 6. 2015. Arrangements will he announced by the Worthington funeral Home. Johnson Rushville or. Forrest Lee Johnson 86, of Rushville died aug. It 2015. Arrangements will be announced by the Worthington funeral Home. Upcoming services l of lax a Barker m Ary Kathryn. I . Today it Worthington funeral i Louie in Rushville. Visitation 11 . Today until the time of service. A Keltner. Homer g. 10 30 . Today at Buchanan a Cody funeral Home in Jacksonville. A Ramos. Eduardo m. A of a die or. Memorial services 6 30 . Today at Buchanan amp Cody funeral Home in Jacksonville. The family will meet friends from 5 . Today until the time of services at tilt1 funeral Home. Satu relax a Turner Don. Ioann. Saturday at Modesto Christian Church in Modesto. Visitation 4-7 . Today at the Church. Stults Neece Chapel in Palmyra is in charge. A Strieker Donna. Funeral mass to . Saturday at St. Alexius Catholic c Hurch in Beardstown. Family will meet friends 5-7 . Today at Sager funeral Home with a prayer ser ice at 4 45 . Tatti Lull 11 h i la d in jacks i by Civitts Media. La uses 272 460 Telephone 217 245-6121 or i 800 682-9132 publishes daily. Subscription rate is $252.51 per year in on sunday please let us know if you experience service by contacting our circulation department at 217-245-6121 Contact us saturday 518-463-2500 Fonal Content in walks ?17-40 245-6121 ext or Civit Asme newsroom Stomer serv 217408 2019 if eds 3n services 235 Vav. State St. Jacksonville. In 62650 Hie Jacksonville journal courier lists 272-460 is published daily by Civitts Media Lac 235 w. State St. Jacksonville in 62650. 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