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Patricia Ciszczon

Patricia Ciszczon, 100, Of Collinsville, IL, passed away peacefully September 28, 2021- in her home.  In her final hours, her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren came to her bedside to offer her comfort and surround her with love. Pat was born January 4, 1921, as Fern Casady in North Liberty, Indiana.  As a young girl, she…

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MCT Seeks Feedback On Proposed Service Changes

In an effort to engage the public, gather feedback and answer questions, Madison County Transit (MCT) will host a series of virtual and in-person meetings addressing potential changes to service. Routes affected include the #6 Roxana-Pontoon Beach, #8 Central Shuttle, #9 Washington Shuttle, #10 State and Elm Shuttle, #18 Collinsville Regional, #19 Collinsville-Edwardsville and #22…

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BearSun Passes Through Troy-St. Jacob On Fundraising Journey Across America

By Stephanie Malench smalench@timestribunenews.com On Sunday evening, a man dressed in a bear costume made his way to Highway 40 on his journey across America to raise awareness and $15,000 each for  five charities: Villa Esperanza (Disabled Community), National Breast Cancer Foundation, Active Minds (Mental Health), Autism Society for America, and Environmental Defends. Sunday’s journey…

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Illinois Education Association (IEA) Intervenes In Edwardsville-Triad Lawsuit; Seeks Enforcement Of Mandates For Masks, Vaccines, Testing

Today, the unions representing teachers and support staff in the Edwardsville and Triad school districts filed a motion to intervene in a Madison County lawsuit in an effort to protect the safety of the workplaces and the health and lives of students and employees by keeping the governor’s vaccine-or-test order in place. In late September,…

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Maryville Buys Fire Gear, Replaces Water Softeners

By Charlie Feldman cfeldman@timestribunenews.com The Maryville Village Board purchased five sets of firefighter turnout gear and some replacement meters for the softeners at the water plant at its Wednesday, October 6 meeting. The gear is from Banner Fire Equipment, Inc. and costs $9,995. The replacement meters for the water plant softeners and bypass were bought…

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Collinsville Cross Country Shows Well at Troy

By Mark Jurgena On September 29th, the Collinsville cross country teams made the short trip to Troy to compete in the annual Triad Invitational. The boys took home a 4th place finish out of 15 teams. They scored 135 points to finish four ahead of Civic Memorial. Marion won the team title with 66 points.…

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Emig Takes Regional Title; Dogs Finish Second

By Mark Jurgena Dominick Emig sank a seven-foot putt on the first playoff hole to save par and beat Cameron Appenzeller of Chatham (Glenwood) for the individual title at the IHSA Class 2A Taylorville Regional on September 29th. Both golfers had fired a 79 to tie for the lead after 18 holes at the Lakeshore…

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