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Of margaritas, wild squirrels & pickled asparagus

Rambling through central Illinois, counting the days until the final season of “Peaky Blinders” airs on Netflix on June 10. • • • The restaurant…

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Williamsfield 17-year-old set to become RN

By AARON FREY For The Weekly Post GALESBURG – Caitlin Evans came home one day and had a question for her parents. Who is Doogie Howser?…

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The Weekly Post public record for 5-19-22

NOTE: Charges are merely an accusation. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Arriving late with vehicle nets jail…

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Hope lives in spring gardening

By JEFF LAMPE For The Weekly Post Bluebells blanket two sides of French Creek in places. Never mind that, in a few weeks, they will…

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The Weekly Post public record for 5-5-22

NOTE: Charges are merely an accusation. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Alarm but no robbery at Elmwood…

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The Weekly Post public record for 4-28-22

NOTE: Charges are merely an accusation. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Police reports • EDWARDS – Ronda…

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Unes belts walk-off homer for B-E win

By JEFF LAMPE For The Weekly Post Marisa Unes showed a flair for the dramatic Saturday in girls softball action for Brimfield-Elmwood. The Lady Indians outfielder…

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B-E boys baseball suffers first defeat

By PHIL JOHNSON For The Weekly Post After racing to a 12-0 start, Brimfield-Elmwood baseball suffered its first loss of the spring Tuesday in a 3-2…

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Back on track

Athletes ready for season to heat up By JEFF LAMPE For The Weekly Post Mother Nature is not a track fan. How else to explain the…

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Of gossiping fungi, late spring & pansies

Rambling through central Illinois, pondering what fungi gossip about. • • • The more the years pile up, the more small victories matter. So it…

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