In reports from the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s office, 20 year old Kailen (Ky Leen) Wilson of Princeton pleaded guilty to endangering the life and health of a child. She was ordered to pay $487 in fees and court costs and was placed on court supervision for 1 year.
-19 year old Tawnie Arrington of Sheffield pleaded guilty to illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor. She will pay $452 in fees and court costs and will do 30 hours of public service work.
-47 year old Troy Bolen of Malden pleaded guilty to domestic battery. He was ordered to pay $1022 in fees and court costs and placed on conditional discharge for 2 years. He will also serve 180 days in the Bureau County jail.
-32 year old Jacob Hill of LaMoille pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing. He will pay $512 in fees and court costs and received conditional discharge for 1 year.
-25 year old Jerry Lee Young of Henry pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. He was ordered to pay $417 in fees and court costs and will serve 30 days in the Bureau County jail.
-21 year old Skylar Coffin of Princeton pleaded guilty to battery. He will pay $727 in fees and court costs and received court supervision for 1 year.
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Weekend Events at Starved Rock
The Starved Rock Lodge and Conference center have a weekend of events planned. Today (6/24/16) there will be a canal boat and trolley tour at 11 and then another trolley tour at 3:00. Tomorrow (6/25/16) there will be a land and water cruise at 9:30 and then another at 11:00. A hike and lunch will be held at 11:00. There will be a historic trolley tour at 3:00, a wine tasting from 4 until 5 and live music at the Back Door Lounge from 8 until 11. On Sunday (6/26/16) brunch will be available in the morning and there will be a hike and lunch at 11:00. The Starved Rock style amazing race will begin at 11:30 and historic trolley tours will run at noon, 1:30 and 3:00.Filed under Local News, News 2014, News 2015 | Comment (0)
Princeton Beef And Ag Days
The Beef and Ag Days event will take place this evening (6/24/16). The festival is from 5 until 9 at Soldiers and Sailors Park in Princeton and features a dinner by the Bureau County Cattleman Association. There will also be a tractor show, homemade pies and deep fried mushrooms available for purchase and a petting zoo. Live music by the Nerverly Brothers begins at 6:00.Filed under Local News, News 2014, News 2015 | Comment (0)
Local Road Closure Next Week
The Illinois Department of Transportation has announced an upcoming local road closure. On Monday June 27th the Route 26 BNSF railway crossing in Princeton will be closed for approximately 5 days to allow the railway company to repair the crossing. The suggested route for IL 26 northbound traffic will be US 34 East to 6th Street, to Ace Road back to IL 26 and IL 26 Southbound traffic should take Ace Road to 6th Street to US 34 back to IL 26.Filed under Local News, News 2014, News 2015 | Comment (0)
Dr Mestan and Dr Faber Have Renewed Their Contracts
Perry Memorial Hospital has announced that Dr. Robert Mestan and Dr. Arnold Faber have renewed their contracts with the hospital. Dr. Mestan has practicing at the hospital for 38 years and Dr. Faber has been with the hospital for 31 years. Both health care providers are accepting new patients in the Perry Memorial Health Clinic. To make an appointment call 815-875-4531.Filed under Local News, News 2014, News 2015 | Comment (0)