brown university grades Headlines for wednesday, october 17th wfiw

54-year-old lisa G. Brown university tuition room and board isle was taken to the fairfield memorial hospital ER by ambulance after a single car crash yesterday afternoon. Witnesses told police her 2006 ford freestyle rolled five times before coming to rest after running off the roadway. A tow truck was called to the scene, and no citations were issued.

Fairfield police arrested two fairfield residents in the early morning hours today, both on warrants for failure to appear in court. 31-year-old nickolas A. Ewing was arrested on wayne county warrants, and released from jail after posting bond. 26-year-old bobby powell was arrested on a warrick county, indiana warrant, and he was transported to the wayne county jail.

Wayne county sheriff’s deputies arrested mt. Vernon resident danielle N. Buck yesterday on a wayne county failure to appear in court warrant.

Buck was transported to the wayne county jail, pending the posting of bond. Visit brown university deputies also arrested fairfield resident yolanda A. Rains this morning on charges of possession of meth. Rains was taken to jail, and her bond has not yet been set.

Ten staffers working for J.B. Pritzker’s gubernatorial campaign have filed a lawsuit alleging racial discrimination and harassment. The allegations include that one of the pritzker field offices was not safe for staffers. Pritzker’s campaign, for its part, say the incidents listen in the complaint are baseless and offensive.

Fairfield national bank is scheduled to host a shred day this saturday from 9 a.M. To noon. Brown university where the event will take place at the fairfield rural fire protection district station, just east of fairfield on route 15. The community is invited to bring up to 50 pounds of paper materials, and e-cycling will also be offered, though tube tvs will not be accepted.

The village of west salem has issued a boil order for water to be used for human consumption for all of its residents that live on south prairie street between church and liberty streets, seminary street between broadway and prairie streets and south street between prairie street and the village square.

The jasper consolidated school district #17 is currently seeking candidates to fill a dual position of principal at the grade school and superintendent of the district. The board of education will begin screening applications next month and hopes to make a hire in march 2019. The deadline to apply for the positions is monday, november 12 th.

Cooler than average temperatures are expected over the next week to two weeks for much of illinois, according to eric schmidt with EJS weather in newton. Just over a week ago, we had highs of over 90 at the station, but an upper level weather pattern will keep injecting cooler shots of air to the surrounding area for several days.

Illinois attorney general lisa madigan, along with a coalition of 33 other attorneys general, recently called on the FCC to create new rules to allow telephone service providers to block more illegal robocalls flooding phones in illinois and across the country. Brown university grants service providers are reportedly developing new technology to block illegal calls, even those coming from otherwise legitimate numbers.

University of illinois chancellor robert jones told the campus senate earlier this week that he is working to create a coalition to quell ongoing turmoil regarding the university’s mascot. A recent report suggested the school adopt a new mascot to replace the chief illiniwek portrayal, and the campus senate voted 64-29 in favor of the recommendation.

River stages as of this morning: little wabash, east of fairfield stands at 5.06 feet, below the 17 ft. Flood stage. Meanwhile, the skillet fork at wayne city has a reading of 5.02 feet (flood stage is 15 ft.). The little wabash below clay city is at 4.81 feet (flood stage is 18 ft.).