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Lawsuit: Pipeline Rupture Released 3,500 Gallons Of Heavy Crude Oil Into Cahokia Creek

A lawsuit against Marathon Pipeline claims its Woodpat Pipeline ruptured in 2022, dumping 3,500 gallons of heavy crude oil into the Cahokia Creek and damaging the environment. Collinsville attorney John Leskera filed the lawsuit on behalf of Leskera Family Farm Revocable Trust in the Madison County Circuit Court against Marathon Pipeline LLC. According to the […]

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Hemmerle Dominates To Lead Belleville East To Softball Win Over Highland

When Olivia Hemmerle starts in the pitching circle, good things have been happening for the Belleville East softball team this spring. Hemmerle, a hard-throwing junior righthander took the ball again for the Lancers on Wednesday and, with a little help, did not dissappoint. Thanks to some timely hitting and another dominating pitching outing from Hemmerle,

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Voters Reject Alexander Income Tax, Adopt Senior Citizens Levy

The Alexander Local Schools District income tax levy has failed for a second time since November 2023. ATHENS COUNTY, Ohio — Tax levies generally did well on Tuesday … with one big exception. Voters in Alexander Local School District once again shot down an attempt to renew the district’s 1% income tax. With over 53%

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GA Man Was Serving Time For Drug Trafficking. Then He Got Caught Committing Pandemic Fraud

A Georgia man serving a federal prison sentence fraudulently obtained money from a pandemic relief program, officials say. A judge sentenced Isaac Camon, 49, of Valdosta, to prison last week for taking advantage of the pandemic unemployment program while he served his sentence for unrelated drug trafficking and gun convictions in Florida. “Camon clearly has

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Valdosta Resident Presents At Georgia Collegiate Honors Conference

VALDOSTA – A Valdosta native recently presented at the Georgia Collegiate Honors Conference hosted by the University of North Georgia. Release: Students and faculty with the University of North Georgia’s (UNG) Honors Program hosted the Georgia Collegiate Honors Conference from Feb. 23-24 at UNG’s Dahlonega Campus, and one student won a research award. Dr. Anastasia

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15th Annual Berrien Co. Roundup Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) Rodeo

NASHVILLE, Ga. – Last Friday and Saturday night, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) brought its show to Nashville, Georgia. As the oldest and largest professional rodeo-sanctioning body globally, participants earn points toward the Annual National Championships in Las Vegas. Proceeds from this event support the Berrien County Chamber of Commerce in promoting small businesses

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