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McHaney: Transparency a good thing
Judge Michael McHaney sees the Fourth Judicial Circuit moving forward in technology as he assumes his new position of chief judge.
"I think we're moving faster and faster toward the day of paperless courtrooms," said McHaney, who began his term Tuesday after being elected by judges in the circuit. The circuit encompasses Christian, Clay, Clinton, Effingham, Fayette, Jasper, Marion, Montgomery and Shelby counties.
Two appear in Jasper County Court after mobile meth bust
Two individuals arrested in a mobile meth lab appeared before a judge in Jasper County Court Tuesday.
Court waiting on evidence from state in heroin case
The pretrial of a man accused of involvement in the February heroin-related death of an Effingham woman has been moved back.
- City announces balanced budget TONY HUFFMAN Daily News For the fourth consecutive year, a public hearing will be held at today's Effingham City Council meeting to announce a balanced budget for the city. The budget contains $2.1 million for debt service obligations, $6.2 million t
- Student film festival reveals its funny side TONY HUFFMAN Daily News Tickets go on sale today for an intimate look into the creative minds of Effingham High School students. This is the 10th year of the AHA Film Festival, an event that features films by local students. Subjects of the films are
Newton police arrest two in 'mobile meth lab'
Newton Police arrested two people Wednesday after discovering a mobile meth lab in a vehicle.
Wyckoff faces June trial date in attempted murder case
The Effingham man indicted on multiple charges in connection with an alleged assault on a woman last fall is now scheduled to stand trial in June.
TIF revenue takes a hit
The city of Effingham will be receiving about a third less in Tax Increment Financing revenue after a sales tax program in one of the city's TIF districts expired with the first of the year.
Hearing date set for meth suspect
A preliminary hearing date was set Monday in Effingham County Circuit Court for the Effingham woman charged last week with participation in methamphetamine manufacture.
An unexpected reunion takes place in Jasper County
They had spent the summer of 2013 in Wisconsin together, Mary and the young crane.
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