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In reports from the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s Office – 8/27/16

August 27th, 2016

In reports from the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s Office, 28 year old Timothy Halberg of Princeton pleaded guilty to unlawful presence of a sex offender in the park. He was ordered to pay $737 in fees and court costs and will serve 10 days in the Bureau County jail. He will also do 20 hours of public service work.

-25 year old Joshua Moon of Wyanet pleaded guilty to DUI. He will pay $2800 in fees and court costs and received probation for 2 years. He will also serve 10 days in the Bureau County jail.

-30 year old Douglas Carlson on Walnut pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. He was ordered to pay $524 in fees and court costs and will serve 2 days in the Bureau County jail.

-21 year old Nicholas Cain of Princeton pleaded guilty to battery. He was ordered to pay $637 in fees and court costs and was placed on court supervision for 1 year.

-48 year old Rhonda Westenfelt of Van Orin pleaded guilty to DUI. She will pay $2000 in fees and court costs and received court supervision for 2 years.

-21 year old Mitchell Spellious of Wyanet pleaded guilty to unlawful delivery of alcohol to a minor and driving on a revoked license. He was ordered to pay a total of $1827 in fees and court costs and was sentenced to serve 14 days in the Bureau County jail.

Perry Memorial Schedule of Events – 8/27/16

August 27th, 2016

Perry Memorial Schedule of Events

Perry Memorial Hospital in Princeton has released their schedule of events for the week. On Tuesday afternoon Perry Memorial will sponsor a free senior behavioral wellness program at 1:00 at the Bureau County Senior Center in Princeton. On Thursday there will be a community blood drive from 1:30 until 6 on the 4th floor of the hospital. For more information on the blood drive call 1-800-747-5401.

First Clue for the Great Medallion Hunt – 8/27/16

August 27th, 2016

First Clue for the Great Medallion Hunt

Heartland Bank’s Great Medallion Hunt begins today (8/27/16).This is the 29th year for the Great Medallion Hunt and as in the past, the lucky individual(s) finding Heartland Bank’s Great Medallion will win $1,000 in Princeton Chamber gift certificates.

The first clue is:

Heartland’s Great Medallion Hunt is in its 29th year;

Hints to its whereabouts you will find here.

Check out HBT’s Facebook page for our clues;

Also on WZOE and in the BCR News.

Glory Days is what Homestead is all about;

Find the medallion and you’ll give out a shout.

Perry Memorial Schedule of Events – 8/27/16

August 27th, 2016

Perry Memorial Schedule of Events

Perry Memorial Hospital in Princeton has released their schedule of events for the week. On Tuesday afternoon Perry Memorial will sponsor a free senior behavioral wellness program at 1:00 at the Bureau County Senior Center in Princeton. On Thursday there will be a community blood drive from 1:30 until 6 on the 4th floor of the hospital. For more information on the blood drive call 1-800-747-5401.

In Reports from the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s Office

August 26th, 2016

In reports from the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s Office, 22 year old Alexis Nowakowski of Princeton pleaded guilty to theft. She was ordered to pay $492 in fees and courts costs and $40 in restitution.

-26 year old Steven Wilson of Tiskilwa pleaded guilty to battery. He will pay $637 in fees and court costs and $5260 in restitution. He was also placed on conditional discharge for 1 year.

-46 year old Shelly Mungia of Walnut pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing. She was ordered to pay $562 in fees and court costs and received court supervision for 2 years. She will also do 50 hours of public service work.

-30 year old Ryan Keenan of Granville pleaded guilty to DUI. He will pay $2000 in fees and court costs and he served 10 days in the Bureau County jail.