Local woman honored by Toys for Kids
MT. VERNON — Toys for Kids of Jefferson County recognized a honorary elf.Continued ...
Holiday tradition now in 17th year
MT. VERNON — A holiday tradition that started 17 years ago will continue at Central Christian Church Thursday when a free Thanksgiving dinner will be served.Continued ...
Candidates begin filing
There was a line at the county clerk's office this morning as candidates began filing for several local offices in the March 2014 primary.Continued ...
Artist Studio holds annual sale
MT. VERNON — The Independent Artist Studio will continue to have its art available for sale and exhibit today.Continued ...
- Bluford students learn about nutrition
- Third graders share holiday recipes
- Fire district secretary celebrates 30 years
- Boy Scouts collect food for local pantries
- RLC promotes recycling with scavenger hunt
- Independent Silver Band holds concert
- Local woman honored by Toys for Kids
RLC Board appoints two Title III employees
The Rend Lake College Board of Trustees Tuesday appointed two new employees whose positions are being funded by a Title III Pathways to Success in Health Careers grant.Continued ...
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- Lady Rams topple Orphan Annies
- County approves workmen's comp carrier
- RLC Board appoints two Title III employees
Martha "Janeice" Armes
Martha "Janeice" Armes, 66, of Edgerton, Wis. passed away 10:23 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013, at Saint Mary's Hospital in Madison, Wis. She was born Dec. 9, 1946, in Waltonville, the daughter of Benedict and Margaret (Stelmaszewski) Gajewski. She marrContinued ...
- Virgil Paul Hunt
- James R. Askew
- Pastor Donald L. Beckman
- Virgil Paul Hunt
- Martha "Janeice" Armes
Old-school toys dominate holiday lists
There are two requests Don Mahoney, otherwise known as Santa Claus, keeps getting day after day: Barbies and Legos.Continued ...
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