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County board hears from residents on speed limits

CARLINVILLE (Nov. 16, 2017) – Two county residents spoke to the Macoupin County Board at the Nov. 14 […]

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Harbaugh arrested for incident

CARLINVILLE (Nov. 16, 2017) – Takoda M. Harbaugh, 20, of Carlinville has been arrested in connection with […]

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SWAT team called to Gillespie area for standoff

GILLESPIE (Nov. 16, 2017) – A 911 call by a concerned driver Tuesday morning resulted in the […]

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Two charged in stabbing incident

CARLINVILLE (Nov. 16, 2017) – Following an investigation by Carlinville Police Department, charges have been filed against […]


Carlinville girls basketball opens 2017-18 season

CARLINVILLE (Nov. 16, 2017) - Last year’s Carlinville girls basketball won 18 games en route to a regional title game appearance. While they’ve lost leading scorer and rebounder in Grace Zachary, to graduation, the Cavaliers will look to a group of six seniors and strong depth for success this go around. Zachary accounted for 384 of the team’s 1,311 points last season, and 286 of the team’s 924 rebounds. But it doesn’t mean the cupboard is bare by any means. The Cavaliers opened the season Tuesday at Kincaid South Fork. They are at the Litchfield tournament starting this Saturday. Head coach Darrin DeNeve hopes the depth will help in playing different types of defense. “We have a lot of athletic girls,” DeNeve said.