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Groom stabbed at wedding reception PDF Print E-mail

By Leigh Morris
For the Star-Gazette
A wedding reception turned ugly Saturday night when an assailant stabbed the groom, sending the victim to Passavant Area Hospital In Jacksonville and the alleged assailant to jail.

 
Marty Marion’s Chandlerville property sold PDF Print E-mail

By Bill Beard
For the Star-Gazette
After 46 years as a family getaway, the heirs of St. Louis Cardinals great Marty Marion have sold the 276.56-acre property. Sullivan Auctioneers held the auction at 4 p.m., Saturday, November 2 in St. Luke’s Banquet Hall in Virginia. Dick McCormick of Central Illinois Outfitters (CIO) in Springfield., purchased the property, which includes a fine home and 28-acre lake, for $1,440,222, or $5,222 per acre. The ground is 3.5 miles south of Chandlerville, on the Philadelphia Road, and within a half-mile of the Jim Edgar Panther Creek State Fish and Wildlife Area (JEPCSFW).

 
Hunter's day with Walmart Heart PDF Print E-mail

By June Conner
For the Star-Gazette
Thirteen-year-old Hunter Spurgeon of Beardstown was a proud girl on Saturday, November 2, when seven Walmart semi trucks and trailers lined up to parade Hunter out to Walmart after going to the Beardstown Middle School and picking up friends.
Heading the caravan was a Beardstown police car and fire truck. Making the trip for Hunter special was the fact that she rode in the front truck driven by her paternal grandfather, Joe Spurgeon, a Walmart driver from Oakland City, Indiana.

 
A-C/PORTA consolidation - who will gain? PDF Print E-mail

By June Conner
For the Star-Gazette
Regional Superintendent of Schools Jean Anderson, has fourteen days from Wednesday, October 23, to make a recommendation to the Illinois State Board of Education with the question of consolidation before the voters in the A-C Central and PORTA School districts. Anderson, who serves Logan, Mason and Menard counties, held a public hearing in the A-C Central cafeteria in Ashland to gather information on which to base her decision.

 
County Clerk Kirchner decides against an 8th term PDF Print E-mail

By Leigh Morris
For the Star-Gazette
An earthquake could not match the shockwaves caused by Michael Kirchner’s decision not to seek an eighth term as Cass County clerk.
The popular public servant will complete 28 years as county clerk when his final term comes to an end in December of 2014.
“This was not an easy decision. It is hard to leave a job I love so much,” Kirchner said. “I’ve been fortunate to have the voters support me. Without the voters of Cass County, I wouldn’t be here.”

 
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