(The following story by Christina Janney appeared June 9 on Hays Post)
A trial date has been set for a couple that has been charged in a check-kiting scheme that allegedly cost banks millions of dollars.
Tyler Gillum and his wife, Camden Gillum, were charged in May 2019 in federal court with carrying out a check-kiting scheme.
Ranchers who sold cattle at two sales at the now-bankrupt Plainville Livestock Commission waited almost 10 months for payment while the financial fallout from the company's bankruptcy was sorted out.
Cool off with a root beer float or cherry limeade during Cruise Night this Friday, June 19th. Stockton PRIDE will be hosting this fundraiser at the Stockton Sentinel window. See you there!
(Look for the ad in this week’s edition.)
The Stockton PRIDE winners for the month of June are (Residence) Zach and Jen Kesler at 920 South Second and (Business) Stockton Grade School at 210 North Cypress. Congratulations! To nominate your choices, please text them to 785-639-1556 or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.