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Jacksonville Journal Courier (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Jacksonville, Illinois Kcih�?~1 hag Carrollton taken Dow n Downs Iii so flip c Oil ii in nation a 8a vib. Sports in scr inf the turf of Lincon Louif it is con turn since. Jiri 21. I a if Issue 201, volume 185 breaking news at saturday july la 2015 75tf head West shop eyes aug. I opening grog Olson journal courier head West sub Stop at South main Street and West Beecher Avenue is nearing completion and should open about aug. I according to the building s owner. By Greg Olson Golson of Civita Smedy a com a Long awaited Sandwich shop is expected to open in Jackson Ville around aug. I the property owner said Friday. The i Lead West Sill Stop building is being constructed in the 400 Blockel South main Street at the the tonner site of Lait Rosse lumber co. Signs have been put into place and tile Interior of the shop has been completed and painted but there remain a few More details before opening Day. A we have some equipment and counter tops that Are coming in soon so the building is pretty close to timing completed a said Huck line a Springfield contractor and owner of the Sandwich shop s building head West a popular Springfield Sandwich restaurant will he located on the North Side of the 4,500-Square-foot retail Center. Construction began about to months ago. C line said two other retail spaces Are available in the building. Hie property was sold by Lacrosse lumber co. To line Tor $52, he. Cline leases space to i Lead West sub Stop on Denver drive in Springfield one of the Sandwich shops eight Loca Lions. Head West sub Stop is owned by Matt and Ira be Bluhm of Springfield who opened their first Sandwich shop in 2002 on Jefferson Street in Springfield. I lie couple and i Lead West Best known for its Sweet bread Ben amp Jerry a ice Cream by the pint and Jones soda Iii 12-ounce bottles have been courted by Jacksonville economic development and downtown officials Lor several years. La russe lumber local office and lumberyard were destroyed by fire shortly alter Midnight aug. 22, 2010. I he Louisiana Missouri based company decided not to rebuild instead shifting business to its lumberyard Iii White i Hill and Havana. Of Fig Olson in to reached at 21/ 24s-6121. Ext 1224, or on twitter Quot Quot Janews Greg villages probe lags those who talked to stale by Bre Linstromberg Copper be bopper Civita Smedia Coni an internal investigation by South Jacksonville police into missing Village documents and allegations of misconduct appears to target at least three people who made statements to state officials conducting a parallel inquiry against the villages then president police chief and treasurer. Hie internal investigation reports were released Friday in response to a Freedom of information act request by the journal courier. Last week acting Village police chief Mike Broaddus briefly resigned his position in an attempt to locate the reports Atter they were requested by Jacksonville resident Mike Woodyard administrator of the Morgan county watchdogs Facebook Page efforts to find the reports led Broaddus to Village attorney Allen Yows office and the requested reports were ultimately turned Over to Broaddus who released them. Village fire chief David Hickox former code enforcement officer Dick samples water clerk Kathy Culpepper and fire capt. Brian Glascock husband of Village Lerk Damn Glascock Are named in the internal investigation. See Prohl i 5a a news obituaries 2 3a police beat 3a local state 3-5a lottery results 5a comics 6a puzzles a nation world 8a b sports sports i 3b, 6b classifieds 5-6b business 7b Back Page so weather 8b join the conversation whats your take on today s news go to and visit us on Facebook to share your thoughts. Greg Olson journal courier four hers Lauren Hadden of Rural Jacksonville left and Kable Crow of Rural Murrayville talk thursday at the Morgan county fair. Standing Between them is Crow s i year old Hereford steer finale. Showing veterans end of fair Means goodbye to 4-h a family by Greg Olson Golson a Dit Almedia com for at least two 4-h members in the area this weeks Morgan county fair Marks the end of an Era. Lauren Hadden and Kable Crow both 19, expressed some sadness that their time As 4-hers is winding Down especially since 4-h has made such a positive Impact on their lives. A four a has taught me hard work a Hadden said. A you have to be consistently prepared to do everything. You have to get us Early and feed the calves. They Are usually fed before i have a Chance to eat. Being in 4-h just strengthens your drive to want to be in the agriculture Crow said she will miss the family like atmosphere of being in 4-h and showing livestock at the county fair. A four a has been a great experience for me and in be made Many friendships that Pii keep forever a Crow said. A i enjoy showing off my livestock that in be worked hard to prepare for the fair and being around my family and friends from 6 in t he morning to Crow the daughter of Kirby and Shawn Crow of Rural Murrayville has been a member of East Side juniors 4-h club since she was 8 years old but Shes been going to the Morgan county fair since soon after birth. A the Day i was brought Home from the Hospital i was taken to the Morgan county fair a she said. Crow and her family raise and show Hereford cattle hut last year she started showing Harrow pigs. A being around a different crowd of people showing pigs has allowed me to si11 a whole different Side to the livestock Industry a Crow said. Last year her work paid off whim her hog was named grand Champion Harrow at the Morgan county fair. A four a has helped me become the person i am today a she said. A i have Learned sportsmanship dedication and hard Hadden a member of Agri stars 4-h club also has been in 4-h since she was 8. A a Phis year. Ive been see fair i 5a the Morgan county fair welcomes Datum Ian july la Snow starts 7 30 pm show slams k 730 pm Shamsi Hills mph i in cutes open ppm a ticket info a general admission $20 big ticket front stage $ u a a a amp a a a a

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