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  • New Baden’s village board was expected to vote on Tuesday to accept an early retirement agreement with New Baden police chief Scott Meinhardt, who is taking advantage of a program through the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund.
  • NB Webelos earn Arrow of Light awards
    Three Webelos Scouts--Cael Madden, Raymond Pfeffer, and Ricky Rein-neck--from New Baden Cub Scout Pack 34 were honored February 10, when they were each awarded the Arrow of Light, the highest award a Cub Scout can earn.
  • Minimum wage bill sails through House backed solely by Democrats
    SPRINGFIELD – A bill to raise Illinois’ minimum wage to $15 by 2025 needs only Gov. J. B. Pritzker’s signature to become law, and his office said he stands ready to act in the coming days.
  • Pandemonium!
    WESCLIN’S EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL players rejoice following their last-second victory over Belle Valley Saturday in the quarterfinals of the Southern Illinois Junior High School Athletic Association Class L championship tournament at Rend Lake College near Ina.
  • Trenton city council members reviewed on Monday the rewrite of the city’s book of ordinances, recently completed by MuniCode, who combed through the voluminous material to rationalize conflicting entries, update references, and format the code in a more user-friendly format.
  • Wesclin Robotics team wins Tech Challenge
    On February 9, the Wesclin FTC Robotics Team (Gearheads) won their FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) regional championship in Troy, Illinois.
  • Trenton’s city council last week took its next step toward establishing four distinct economic development districts. 
  • New Baden police hope to utilize the trend toward inexpensive home surveillance systems to help them catch and convict criminals operating in local neighborhoods. 
  • Rallying For Rae
    AS PART OF Wesclin Middle School’s Pride Night this past weekend, Dan and Courtney Travous donated one of the red Labrador Retrievers they breed to be auctioned off to benefit Rae Toennies.
  • Third time’s a charm for new 54th District State Senator Jason Plummer
    The third time’s a charm for Republican Sen. Jason Plummer.
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