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On March 1, at 6: Sprinkle at home in Cass County. He attended Tipton Township School where he played sports, talked to girls and learned to type. He hunted pheasants and rabbits, fished every creek, river and pond whether he was supposed to be there or not and practiced the art of feeling for snapping turtles in ditches and riverbanks.

He was handsome and ornery and likeable. Ted joined the U. Marine Corps in and became an esteemed embassy guard in Greece where he once met the blonde bombshell Jayne Mansfield and has a photo of him with her. He served with honor and has been a proud Marine every since. They also had a daughter Amy Elizabeth Sprinkle. Ted was an avid outdoorsman.

He was an outstanding fisherman who caught huge bass, tons of bluegills as big as your hand and the occasional catfish.

He was an expert with all baits but to him nothing was better than the heart stopping blast on a buzz bait. He hunted birds with pointing dogs and rabbits with beagles. Some of his best friends walked on four paws and had burrs on them. He was a champion mushroom hunter he has the trophies and looked forward to the spring each year for this reason and to start fishing.

He and his fishing buddy Harold Hall hauled a jonboat around long after most men their age even thought about it. Pitching horseshoes was his favorite hobby eventually taking the place of fishing. He has many friends all over the United States through his tournament experiences.

He was a member of the elite Kokomo Barn pitchers and threw horseshoes two days before he passed. He was a 3x State Champion and was 4th in the World Championships. Today he is throwing double ringers in Heaven. He was a super fun papaw who was active, fun and loving.

His house is filled with photos of all of these kids from birth until now. He loved his daughter in laws Kim and Susie very much and they knew it. He also had many others who call him papaw who he gladly embraced. Linda continues to be a loved and valued member of his family. She is one of the main reasons he lasted two more years and the family is eternally grateful. Ted was diagnosed with leukemia in February of He chose to do no active treatment for his cancer and simply live as long as he could as well as he could.

After being given weeks to months to live he lasted just over two years living life to the absolute fullest. He grew more beautiful flowers. He laughed much in those two extra years, went to many birthday parties for grandchildren, had coffee with his friends Harold and Pat every morning and generally lived a rock star life.

He rode a bicycle, travelled, hit a baseball and kept up with everyone on Facebook. Four days before he passed he walked on stilts for his great-grandchildren to prove that he could. In short, he chose life and lived it well. He lived life to the very fullest. He worked hard, played hard and loved hard. He lived and died on his own terms. He knew Jesus and trusted Him in the end.

He will be greatly missed yet his legacy of love and life will remain. A legacy is not what you leave behind but instead who you leave behind. He left many lives made better by knowing him. Military honors will be offered at 4: Friends are invited to visit with the family from pm Monday at the church. In lieu of flowers, friends are encouraged to take their loved ones to dinner and spend time together.

Messages of condolence may be left online at www. Funeral homes often submit obituaries as a service to the families they are assisting. However, we will be happy to accept obituaries from family members pending proper verification of the death.

Stacey Solomon wants to "extend" her family with Joe Swash before the couple think about tying the knot. Liam Gallagher reportedly booked a psychic to give his family "spooky revelations" as part of their pre-Halloween holiday in Los Angeles.

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He was a 3x State Champion and was 4th in the World Championships. Today he is throwing double ringers in Heaven. He was a super fun papaw who was active, fun and loving. His house is filled with photos of all of these kids from birth until now. He loved his daughter in laws Kim and Susie very much and they knew it. He also had many others who call him papaw who he gladly embraced. Linda continues to be a loved and valued member of his family.

She is one of the main reasons he lasted two more years and the family is eternally grateful. Ted was diagnosed with leukemia in February of He chose to do no active treatment for his cancer and simply live as long as he could as well as he could.

After being given weeks to months to live he lasted just over two years living life to the absolute fullest. He grew more beautiful flowers. He laughed much in those two extra years, went to many birthday parties for grandchildren, had coffee with his friends Harold and Pat every morning and generally lived a rock star life.

He rode a bicycle, travelled, hit a baseball and kept up with everyone on Facebook. Four days before he passed he walked on stilts for his great-grandchildren to prove that he could. In short, he chose life and lived it well. He lived life to the very fullest.

He worked hard, played hard and loved hard. He lived and died on his own terms. He knew Jesus and trusted Him in the end. He will be greatly missed yet his legacy of love and life will remain. A legacy is not what you leave behind but instead who you leave behind. He left many lives made better by knowing him. Military honors will be offered at 4: Friends are invited to visit with the family from pm Monday at the church.

In lieu of flowers, friends are encouraged to take their loved ones to dinner and spend time together. Messages of condolence may be left online at www. Funeral homes often submit obituaries as a service to the families they are assisting.

However, we will be happy to accept obituaries from family members pending proper verification of the death. On Saturday, August 4, , at approximately 9: Hudson, age 29, of Bourbonnais, after Agents observed his vehicle illegally parked in the block of South Rosewood in Kankakee.

Agents seized approximately The driver, Hudson was charged with possession of a weapon by a felon and unlawful possession of cannabis. Hudson was transported to the Jerome Combs Detention Center. On Friday, July 20, , at approximately During a search, agents located approximately 0.

Corbitt, age 41, was arrested and charged with delivery of a controlled substance possession. Wilson, age 36, was arrested and charged with delivery of a controlled substance. Both were transported to and detained at the Jerome Combs Detention Center. On Thursday, July 19, , at approximately 5: A resident, Darius K. Samuels, age 23, was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of cannabis with intent to deliver.

On Thursday, July 19, , at approximately A resident, Visel Guadalupe Perez-Varela, age 18, was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and unlawful possession of cannabis with intent to deliver. On Sunday, July 15, , at approximately 5: Agents seized three firearms, approximately 3.

Arrested was Matthew R. Jones, age 27, of Kankakee. Jones was transported and detained at the Jerome Combs Detention Center. On Saturday, July 7, , at approximately 7: Dewitt was arrested for three counts of delivery of a controlled substance stemming from previous KAMEG investigations. Holbrook was transported and detained at the Jerome Combs Detention Center.

On Thursday, June 07, , at approximately Adams, age 24, of Kankakee, IL. Allen was charged with driving while license suspended, unlawful possession of cannabis with intent to deliver, and unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

Adams was charged with armed violence, possession of a weapon by felon, aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, and unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. On Monday, May 28, , at approximately 7: Dorsey and Smith were occupants in a vehicle stopped in the area of S E Rd, Pembroke Township, IL, which resulted in the seizure of three 3 semi-automatic handguns with one of the handguns equipped with an extended magazine and suppressor.

Dorsey and Smith were charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. This amount represents approximately a pound increase from last October's total.

KAMEG would also like to thank area residents for their continued support and for assisting in the event to make our communities safer. On Saturday, April 28, , from Director Jennings reminds the public that needles, syringes, and liquids are NOT accepted during the event.

Director Jennings also advised that if the public is unable to make the event, the following locations have permanent drop boxes: This initiative provides an opportunity for the public to safely dispose of pharmaceutical controlled substances and other medications that were not previously collected or have ac.

On Tuesday, April 17, , at approximately 4: Wells, age 38, of Kankakee, IL, for delivery of a controlled substance. Washington Ave, Kankakee, Wells, delivered 1.

Wells was transported to and detained at the Jerome Combs Detention Center. On Monday, April 16, , at approximately 5: Flynn, age 28, of Kankakee, IL, for delivery of a controlled substance. During a drug investigation in the block of W. Chestnut St, Kankakee, Flynn, delivered 0. Flynn was transported to and detained at the Jerome Combs Detention Center. On Monday, April 09, , at approximately Logan, age 24, of Kankakee, IL. Trapp, Braddock, and Logan were occupants in a vehicle stopped in the block of E Court Street, Kankakee, IL, which resulted in the seizure of three 3 semi-automatic handguns.

Trapp was charged with no firearm owner's identification FOlD and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. Braddock was charged with no firearm owner's identification FOlD , aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, and unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon. Logan was charged with no firearm owner's identification FOlD and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon, and unlawful possession of a weapon by a gang member.

On Monday, Apri l 03, , at approximately 6: Under the terms of a treaty made on October 26, , the federal government established Potawatomi reservation lands within the boundaries of their previously ceded lands in Indiana and Illinois in exchange for annuities, cash and goods, and payment of tribal debts, among other provisions.

This treaty provided the bands under Potawatomi chiefs Menominee , Peepinohwaw, Notawkah, and Muckkahtahmoway, with a joint grant of 22 sections 14, acres of reservation land. Chief Menominee's signature was recorded with an "x" on the treaty of Increased pressure from federal government negotiators, especially Colonel Abel C. Pepper, succeeded in getting the Potawatomi to sign more treaties that ceded their lands and obtained their agreement to move to reservations in the West.

These agreement were called the Whiskey Treaties because whiskey was given to get the Indians to sign. One treaty that directly led to the forced removal of the Potawatomi from Twin Lakes was made at Yellow River on August 5, Under its terms, the Potawatomi ceded the Menominee Reserve, established under an treaty, to the federal government and agreed to remove west of the Mississippi River within two years.

The chiefs claimed that their signatures on the August 5, , treaty had been forged Menominee's had been omitted and the names of other individuals who did not represent the tribe had been added. There is no record of a reply to their petition.

By some of the Potawatomi bands had peacefully removed to their new lands in Kansas. By August 5, , the deadline for removal from Indiana, most of the Potawatomi had already left, but Chief Menominee and his band at Twin Lakes refused to move. Pepper called a council at Menominee's village at Twin Lakes, where he explained that the Potawatomi had ceded land in Indiana under the treaty, and they had to remove. My brother, the President is just, but he listens to the word of young chiefs who have lied; and when he knows the truth, he will leave me to my own.

I have not sold my lands. I will not sell them. I have not signed any treaty, and will not sign any. I am not going to leave my lands, and I do not want to hear anything more about it. After the council meeting, tensions increased between the Potawatomi and the white settlers who wanted to occupy the reservation lands. Fear of violence caused some settlers to petition Indiana governor David Wallace for protection. Wallace authorized General John Tipton to mobilize a militia of one hundred volunteers to forcibly remove the Potawatomi from their Indiana reservation lands.

Reverend Louis Deseille, a Catholic missionary at Twin Lakes in the s, denounced the Yellow River treaty as a fraud and argued, "this band of Indians believe that they have not sold their reservation and that it will remain theirs as long as they live and their children. Pepper ordered Father Deseille to leave the mission at Twin Lakes, or risk arrest for interfering in Indian affairs. When Makkahtahmoway, Chief Black Wolf's elderly mother, heard the soldiers firing their rifles she was so badly frightened that she hid in the nearby woods for six days.

Unable to walk with a wounded foot, she was found by another Indian, who was looking for his horse, and brought to South Bend.

Although Father Petit was in South Bend at the time of the militia's arrival, he later protested that the Potawatomi had been taken by surprise under "the ruse of calling a council.

Between Thursday, August 30, and Monday, September 3, , the day before their departure, Tipton and his militia surrounded Menominee's village at Twin Lakes, gathered the remaining Potawatomi together, and made preparations for their removal to Kansas. The caravan of Potawatomi also included horses, 26 wagons, and an armed escort of one hundred soldiers. During the journey to Kansas, 42 people died, 28 of them children. Journals, letters, and newspaper accounts of the journey provide details of the route, weather, and living conditions.

Douglass , provide day-to-day descriptions of their experiences. Tipton led the militia as the group's military escort. Judge Polke, from Rochester, Indiana , served as the federal agent for the group and conducted the caravan to Kansas. Father Petit led religious services and administered to the sick and dying.

The caravan also had an attending physician, Dr. Jerolaman, who joined the group in Logansport, Indiana. Local physicians occasionally visited the encampments as the group journeyed west. On September 4, the march to Kansas began. Father Petit secured their release from the wagon at Danville, Illinois , after giving his word that they would not try to escape. The order of march was as follows: On the flanks of the line at equal distance from each other were the dragoons and volunteers, hastening the stragglers, often with severe gestures and bitter words.

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