A Quincy man who had secretly recorded children in his home over two years was sentenced Thursday to 15 years in federal prison for one count of sexual exploitation of a child.
MENDON -- Cheyenne DeWeese wasted little time making her first decree as Adams County Fair queen. "I'm getting a lemon shake-up!" an excited DeWeese said minutes after the Wednesday night announcement she was the 55th queen in fair history. DeWeese, who wa
A Quincy man facing multiple charges for reportedly secretly recording video of children in his home over two years has pleaded guilty to one count of sexual exploitation of a child.
Brown County Coach: David Woodruff (62-29 at Brown County, fourth season) 2018 record: 20-11 (8-0 Western Illinois Valley Conference) Returning starters: UT Allison Prather, Soph.; 2B Bre Gooding, Sr.; P/IF/OF Claire Markert, Soph.; IF Kacy Dunlap, Jr. Ot
Madelyn Heinecke has spent most of her entire life coming to the Adams County Fair, usually showing lambs, but she didn't dream about becoming its queen. "It's never something I pictured myself doing until about a year ago," the 20-year-old from Clayton s
CHARLESTON, Ill. -- Pittsfield thrower Chandler Hayden took third place in the shot put at 43 feet, 1/2 inch in Saturday's Class 1A girls track and field state championships at O'Brien Stadium. She also finished seventh in the discus at 122-2. Unity's 4x80
MENDON, Ill. -- The Central softball team made good use of its opportunities Saturday. Among the five runs the Panthers scored, they scored on a passed ball, an error, a bases-loaded walk and a steal of home. It was enough for Central to win the Class 1A r