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Illinois Man Sentenced in Kentucky to a Year in Caviar Sale

PADUCAH, Ky. (AP) — An Illinois man has been sentenced to a year in prison after admitting he illegally caught sturgeon and sold the fish roe to a caviar distributor in Tennessee.

Daniel Allen, 44, of Brookport, Illinois, pleaded guilty to violating the Lacey Act, which makes it illegal to transport and sell fish that were taken in violation of state law or regulation.

The shovelnose sturgeon were caught out of season in 2018 and 2019 using illegally sized mesh nets along the Ohio River on the Kentucky-Illinois borde ... Read more

Don't miss Archaeology Field Day at Kincaid Mounds

Don't miss Archaeology Field Day at Kincaid Mounds

The Kincaid Mounds are a rare archelogical site built by settlers from the Middle Mississippian period more than 1,000 years ago. Courtesy of Landmarks Illinois

The Kincaid ... Read more

Pulaski Co. Courthouse to remain closed until Jan. 19 due to

MOUND CITY, Ill. (KFVS) - The Pulaski County Courthouse in Mound City, Illinois will be closed on Thursday, January 7.

Plans were to have the courthouse up and running again on Wednesday, Jan. 13, but this has been postponed.

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A day with the Memphis District Revetment team

On Dec. 7, 2022, Memphis District Commander Col. Brian Sawser made the trip down to St. Francisville, Louisiana, to visit the Memphis District Revetment Team at their current project site. The commander spent the day getting a firsthand look at what ... Read more

Did Snapchat Just Break Illinois Biometric Privacy Laws Too?

Just as Illinois residents are busy spending their Facebook payout, Snapchat is now on the line for allegedly breaking Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act Laws.

In case you aren't 100% clear on what Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act covers, here's a brief description from Wikipedia;

to regulate the collection, use, and handling of biometric identifiers and information by private entities.[1] Notably, the Act does not apply to government entities.

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Blowing Up Missouri

It sounds ridiculous to blow up and flood part of a state, but this ridiculous idea worked.

By Sheila J. Simon

A dry fall and winter is a great time to plan for the next big Mississippi River flood. The flood is inevitable, ... Read more

Traffic Stop Leads to two Illinois arrest.

On December 6, 2022, at approximately 2357 hours, A McCracken County Sheriff’s deputy conducted a traffic stop on Kentucky Dam Road near Tyree Road for traffic violations.

The operator of the vehicle was identified as Candace M Grant o ... Read more

The Liverpool Mounds in Illinois: Part 1 - Rediscovering Hop

“Archaeology seeks to explain the inner workings of cultures in which even baked clay jars were animated with their particular spirits. But, until as archaeologists we develop more than a little empathy for the prehistoric Indians we presume to und ... Read more

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Mayor Pauly believes that all elected officials are servant leaders for the community they represent. As electeds, it is most important that we connect with our community, work to understand the values, goals and priorities of this special community, and reflect that in all the work that we do.