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(12-09-10)
A television program scheduled to air at 8 p.m. tonight will look into the murder of Adrianne Reynolds. 'Deadly Women,' on the Investigation Discovery channel, interviewed the victim's father, Tony. The program's focus is Sarah Kolb, who is serving a 53-year prison sentence in the Dwight Correctional Center for Miss Reynold's Jan. 21, 2005 murder. In this 2007 file photo, Mr. Reynolds signs a balloon to be released to honor what would have been the girl's 19th birthday.
Photographer: John Greenwood
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(Dec. 08, 2010)
Sarah Kolb
Photographer: Illinois Department of Corrections






(Dec. 07, 2009)
Adrianne Reynolds father, Tony, signs a balloon just before they were released to honor what would have been the girls 19th birthday. Family and friends gathered Wednesday evening for a birthday vigil for the girl whom was slain in 2005 by Sarah Kolb.
Photographer: John Greenwood
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(Sept. 12, 2006)
Sarah Kolb, in a photo taken at the Illinois Dept. of Corrections upon her admission at the Dwight Correctional Center in September 2006.
Photographer: Illinois Dept. of Corrections






(Aug. 29, 2006)
Rock Island County State's Attorney Jeff Terronez discusses the murder sentence of Sarah Kolb in the death of Adrianne Reynolds.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(Aug. 29, 2006)
An emotional David Hoffman, defense attorney for Sarah Kolb, speaks with the media following her sentencing on Tuesday.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(Aug. 29, 2006)
Joann and Tony Reynolds stand at the grave site of their daughter, Adrianne Reynolds, after Sarah Kolb was sentenced to 48 years in prison for the murder and five years for concealment of a homicide.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(Aug. 29, 2006)
Tony Reynolds, father of murder victim Adrianne Reynolds, prepares to leave the Rock Island County Justice Center after Sarah Kolb was sentenced to 48 years in prison for the murder and five years for concealment of a homicide.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(July 10, 2006)
Teresa Gregory, speaking Monday on behalf of her son Cory, described him as a fun-loving student before he met Sarah Kolb.
Photographer: Sketch by Nick DiGioia






(Feb. 23, 2006)
Sarah Kolb, in a new mug shot taken Wednesday.
Photographer: submitted






(Feb. 22, 2006)
An emotional David Hoffman, defense attorney for Sarah Kolb, speaks with the media following the murder conviction of his client at the Lee County Courthouse in Dixon, Ill.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(Feb. 22, 2006)
Mike McCollum, an uncle to murder victim Adrianne Reynolds, walks from the Lee County Courthouse with a thumbs-up sign indicating the conviction of Sarah Kolb in the murder of Adrianne.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(Feb. 22, 2006)
Tony Reynolds, father of murder victim Adrianne Reynolds, gets a hug from a family friend following the murder conviction of Sarah Kolb. Reynolds' family and friends painted signs on the rear windows of their cars following the conviction Wednesday afternoon in Dixon, Ill.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(Feb. 22, 2006)
Rock Island County State's Attorney Jeff Terronez (right)and Illinois State Police Agent Michael Scheckel discuss the murder conviction of Sarah Kolb in the death of Adrianne Reynolds Wednesday following the trial at the Lee County Courthouse in Dixon, Ill.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(Feb. 22, 2006)
Kathryn Klauer(center) leaves the Lee County Courthouse with other family members Wednesday afternoon after a guilty verdict was returned against her daughter, Sarah Kolb.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(Feb. 22, 2006)
Tony Reynolds, center, leaves the Lee County Courthouse in Dixon, Ill., with his wife Joanne and brother-in-law Mike McCollum following the murder trial of Sarah Kolb. Sarah Kolb was convicted of murder in the death of Adrianne Reynolds, the daughter of Tony Reynolds, Wednesday afternoon.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(Feb. 22, 2006)
Kathryn Klauer (center) leaves the Lee County Courthouse in Dixon this afternoon after a guilty verdict was returned against her daughter, Sarah Kolb.
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(Feb. 22, 2006)
Tony Reynolds, father of Adrianne Reynolds, returned to the Quad-Cities after a guilty verdict against Sarah Kolb was reached this afternoon in the death of Adrianne Reynolds, and went directly to her grave to place flowers.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(Feb. 21, 2006)
Rock Island County States Attorney Jeff Terronez speaks with reporters following deliberation in the Sarah Kolb murder trial. The jurors failed to reach a verdict Tuesday and were returning today at 9 a.m. to continue.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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(Feb. 21, 2006)
Defense Attorney David Hoffman speaks with reporters following deliberation in the Sarah Kolb murder trial. The jurors failed to reach a verdict Tuesday and were returning today at 9 a.m. to continue.
Photographer: Terry Herbig
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  Today is Thursday, Aug. 21, the 233rd day of 2014. There are 132 days left in the year.

1864 -- 150 years ago: Sheriff McLaughlin had the misfortune to dislocate his right shoulder some days ago when his carriage upset. He is now able to walk about but has a very sore shoulder.
1889 -- 125 years ago: A kindergarten was started in the downtown district of Rock Island with the Misses Dodie Hawes and Grace Knowlton as teachers.
1914 -- 100 years ago: Pope Pius X died in Rome.
1939 -- 75 years ago: Rock Island's new theater was named Esquire.
1964 -- 50 years ago: The J.I. Case Co. plant in Bettendorf will add from 150 to 200 employees by Jan. 1 a spokesman for the company said today. The Bettendorf Works today had a payroll of 1,350, but an increased production schedule will require additional people.
1989 -- 25 years ago: The Illowa Council Boy Scouts of America reached and passed its campaign goal in a drive that began 14 months ago by raising more than $2.2 million for the expansion of Loud Thunder Reservation near Andalusia.






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