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Chris Locke Appointed as Fairview Heights Chief of Police

By Randy Pierce tribune@heraldpubs.com With 24 years of service for the Fairview Heights Police Department, Chris Locke was appointed as its new chief by Mayor Mark Kupsky at the Tuesday, December 4 meeting of the city council and received unanimous support from the nine aldermen present. Locke is taking over the position that was vacated…

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MHS Bowlers Battle at East Tournament

By Sam Graf Mascoutah Herald The Mascoutah High School Varsity Bowling teams carved out a good showing at the Belleville East Tournament, Saturday, Dec. 8. The Lady Indians finished third in the bracket format and second in total pins, and the Boys came in fifth but first in total pins. Individually, Chad Hardin placed fourth,…

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Annual Drive Fills Food Pantry With 15,500 Donated Items

By Randy Pierce Herald Publications FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS – Over two dozen volunteers who showed up at the new location of the Fairview Heights Food Pantry to help with this year’s “Scouting for Food” drive did not have a lot to do during their first few moments after arriving but that condition was only temporary because…

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Mascoutah Hires New City Manager By Pamela Rensing mascherald@heraldpub.com “After an extensive and exhaustive search, the City of Mascoutah is pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement with Bradley E. Myers to serve as our new City Manager,” Mayor Jerry Daugherty announced. Myers’ contract was approved during the regular City Council meeting on…

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