Friday, July 08, 2016

Shiloh; Bank; But Not "West Bank"

Tracking down news items relating to Shiloh, where I live, can be hilarious at times.

Like this one:-

First Bank robbed in Shiloh

Shiloh police are offering a $500 reward for the identity of the man who robbed a First Bank branch inside the Dierberg's supermarket on Greenmount Crossing Drive shortly after 1 p.m. on Thursday.

That township is just east of St. Louis, Missouri.

Not in Binyamin Regional Council.




Residents in Calumet County [Wisconsin] living near Plum Creek are being warned their water may be contaminated because of farm runoff.  The state is advising people in the area to keep themselves, their pets and farm animals away from the site....The DNR [Department of Natural Resources] says the runoff occurred after it rained."Manure left the field, probably due to precipitation and got into concentrated flow channels and tributaries to Plum Creek," said Ben Uvaas, DNR Agricultural Specialist...The DNR says Shiloh Dairy spread the liquid manure, and is responsibe for the clean-up.


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