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April 25, 2024

Paxton-Record's Top 10 for 2013 – FIPHD –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On January 2, 2014

The nearly year-long investigations of the Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department by the Edgar County Watchdogs and others, including the Paxton Record’s Will Brumleve, placed this controversy on top of the list in the Paxton-Record for their top story of 2013. This story alone brought them more than 40 front page articles on this subject.
The Edgar County Watchdogs are proud to be a part of restoring transparency and accountability to the FIPHD. There were many, many people involved and we thank them also.
We also wish to say to the Paxton-Record, “Thank You”, for showing your readers what newspapers are supposed to be doing, but have long pushed aside. “The Fourth Estate”  is truely alive and well in Ford and Iroquois Counties, and will stay that way if you keep reporting truth by rooting out the details and reporting on them, however they may turn up. Thank You again!
Paxton-Record’s Top 10 of 2013
Some of our articles on the FIPHD


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  • ECWDogs
    Posted at 18:45h, 02 January

    Paxton-Record’s Top 10 for 2013 – FIPHD –

  • Jeff
    Posted at 09:04h, 03 January

    Time to investigate the waste in giving the interim director $180,000 per year to do little more than bark orders. He may be in a supervisory position but for that kind of money he should be busting his butt all day long