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Teen technology workshops at Collinsville Library

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Submitted Content The Collinsville Memorial Library Center is inviting teens to learn more about up-and-coming technology through a series of hands-on workshops. With events running through May 2015, teens can learn about robotics, 3D printing and modeling, building a computer from scratch, using professional-grade graphic design tools, and more. The programs in this teen tech series are […]

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Video game tournament at Collinsville Library

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Submitted Content The Collinsville Memorial Library Center is bringing back Mario and his friends for a Wii Super Smash Brothers Brawl tournament on Thursday, October 2 at 5 p.m. All ages are welcome.  The tournament is divided into two age groups: ages 8-16 and ages 17+.  Controllers will be provided.  Come ready to play and […]

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2014 CHS graduate wins first place in SIUE writer’s contest

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Devin Smith, a 2014 Collinsville High School graduate, recently won first place in the Poetry Division of the Friends of Lovejoy Library High School Writer’s Contest. Smith submitted his winning entry during the 2013-2014 school year. The contest, coordinated by Lovejoy Library, on the campus to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, is open to high school […]

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Caseyville officer, DEA Task Force Officer named chief of police in Marine

By   /  September 29, 2014  /  Caseyville, News, Region  /  1 Comment

New Marine Police Chief Chris Singleton and is partner, Paco / Submitted photo

Chris Singleton, an eight-year veteran of the Caseyville Police Department, has been chosen as the next chief of police of Marine, Ill. Singleton and his canine partner Paco were often praised in Caseyville for their frequent drug seizures as part of their assignment to the Drug Enforcement Administration. Singleton brought in hundreds of thousands of […]

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