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Mighty Quinn: April 15

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Mighty Quinn: April 15

Will there be a coin toss to decide who gets to call the coin toss?

NEWS ITEM — The next village president in a southern Illinois community will be decided by a coin toss. The Southern Illinoisan in Carbondale says Tammy O’Daniell-Howell and Bryan Riekena each received 11 votes last Tuesday in Colp. Williamson County Clerk Amanda Barnes says the tie will be broken on April 20. Illinois law calls for such ties to be settled by a coin flip.

O’Daniell-Howell is a lifelong resident of Colp and has been the village clerk since 2009. Riekena describes his occupation as “geek.” Only 29 of the 250 registered voters in Colp participated in the election.

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Mighty was waiting on the Wild on Friday and likes the Bruins on Saturday. The deficit is 805 sirignanos.

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