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Macoupin County Clerk Pete Duncan announced that new voter cards are being mailed to every registered voter […]
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Kids’s club and youth group at Trinity Baptist Church in Gillespie begins Sunday, Sept. 15. The club […]
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The Gillespie City Council meeting on Monday first opened the floor to George Link, a visiting resident […]
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By CHRIS BEST Enquirer~Democrat contributor Negotiations for the proposed solar contract for the Carlinville Community Unit School […]
By JACKSON WILSON
Coal Country Times Reporter
The Gillespie football Miners fell behind 6-0 less than two minutes into the Week 2 road opener at Litchfield, but rallied for 49 unanswered points to take home their first win of the season.
Litchfield manufactured 200 yards of offense in the first half, but a resilient Gillespie defense flipped the script and held the Panthers to a second half total of -39.
Charlie Rayphole opened the scoring for the Panthers by catching a short pass from Clayton Walsh and taking the ball