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Late turnover fuels Saluki home loss at home

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A fourth-quarter strip sack Saturday on SIU quarterback Matt DeSomer by Youngstown State defensive end Justus Reed at the 2:44 mark sealed the 28-20 victory at Saluki Stadium for the penguins.

Salukis drop road contest at UAB

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The Southern Illinois women’s basketball dropped a 76-66 road decision to the University of Alabama-Birmingham Blazers Monday night.

The Swamp Tigers last Carbondale show to be played at The Varsity

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One of the most popular bands in the region will be no more after December, and their last public solo show in Carbondale — and the penultimate public solo performance in Southern Illinois — is scheduled at The Varsity on Saturday, Nov. 18.

JALC celebrates 50th anniversary

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Today, the college — with its state-of-the-art facilities — includes 667,000 square-feet of buildings located on 169 acres along Route 13 in Carterville between Marion and Carbondale. The college also has extension centers in West Frankfort and Du Quoin.

ISP says more investigation ‘likely’ in Young case

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There likely will be further investigation into the 2012 death of Molly Young by the Illinois State Police, according to a letter received by the Times. The letter, written March 25 by Lt. Steve Lyddon, the State Police’s Freedom of Information Act officer, came in response to a FOIA request submitted earlier this month seeking State Police reports related to Young’s March 24, 2012 death.

District 95 to consider new food program

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District 95 Assistant Superintendent Justin Miller described a new option at the school board's last meeting that would change the way the elementary school district is reimbursed for its food services. During the District 95 school board meeting March 28, Miller unveiled the possibility of implementing a Community Eligibility Option.

Man gets 10 years in child-sex case

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A Carbondale man has been ordered to spend a decade in prison for his conviction of sexually abusing a 15-year-old girl a year ago. Judge William G. Schwarz sentenced 44-year-old Galon Mack of Carbondale March 28 to 10 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections and two years of post-prison supervised release.

Mayoral candidates debate Carterville’s future

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Four of the five candidates seeking Carterville’s highest office faced off Tuesday, March 19 during a candidate forum held at the Carterville High School auditorium. Each candidate recognized that Carterville is in a unique position compared to many other cities and towns around the region. Carterville has doubled its size in just the past 10 years, but how to best harness that momentum to spur future development is where the candidates most differ.

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