Counterfeit money found in Salem PDF Print E-mail

The Salem Police Department is warning local citizens and businesses to beware of counterfeit money that’s being circulated locally.
According to SPD Detective Scott Ratts, the perpetrators are using the money at restaurants and gas stations at the busiest times of days, trying to catch unknowing workers in a hurry.

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Man injured in accident with RC Cola truck PDF Print E-mail

A Salem man, Ryan Thomas, was injured when his black pick-up truck was hit in the side and flipped in an accident that happened April 11 at the intersection of Highway 60 and Voyles Road.

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Man dies in motorcycle crash PDF Print E-mail

Samuel T. Waldridge Jr, of Salem died in a motorcycle accident just after 11 a.m. Sunday morning.
Waldridge was driving a 2002 Honda Motorcycle traveling east on State Road 60.

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EHS, SHS alumni banquets scheduled PDF Print E-mail

The Pekin/Eastern Alumni Banquet will be held on Saturday evening, April 28, at 6:30 pm in the Eastern High School cafeteria. Doors open at 5:30 pm. The classes of 1962, 1987, 2002 and 2012 will be honored.
The cost of tickets is $15. They are being sold at the New Washington State Bank in Borden, the PNC Bank in Pekin, and the PNC, First Harrison and Mid-Southern Banks and Salem Electric in Salem.

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2012 Splash and Shiver for Blue River raises $7600 PDF Print E-mail

The third annual Splash and Shiver for Blue River was held on Saturday, March 24th.  Temperatures were a little on the cool side as Buffalo Trace Park hosted the event – starting with the addition of a 1 mile walk and a 5k run and leading up to 20 participants who took “The Dash to Raise Cold Cash.”  The event opened with prayer led by Edith Bleecker of Lanesville United Methodist Church and the singing of the National Anthem by Jim Aich.

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