Third graders share holiday recipes
MT. VERNON — With Thanksgiving coming up next week, you can almost smell the turkey roasting in the air. Appetites are ready for classic Thanksgiving fare and newer traditional dinner treats.Continued ...
Fire district secretary celebrates 30 years
MT. VERNON — To Eloise Morris of Mt. Vernon, working as the office secretary for the Jefferson Fire Protection District is an “ideal job.”Continued ...
Boy Scouts collect food for local pantries
MT. VERNON — This year's Scouting for Food effort in Mt. Vernon has collected more than 2,800 nonperishable food items for local pantries in need.Continued ...
RLC promotes recycling with scavenger hunt
MT. VERNON — For Rend Lake College student Bresley Kerans, taking part in Friday's Sustainability Scavenger Hunt at the local Walmart proved to be an eye-opening experience.Continued ...
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Grant applications available
MT. VERNON -- Applications for Schweinfurth Foundation grants are now available and being accepted by U.S. Bank, N.A. The Schweinfurth Foundation Trust was created by the late Dr. Carl Lincoln Schweinfurth, a Mt. Vernon native, philanthropist, educatContinued ...
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Ellamae Harrelson Hiltibidal, 92, of Mt. Vernon, passed away Sunday afternoon Dec. 1, 2013, at White Oak Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center in Mt. Vernon. She was born in Hamilton County on May 13, 1921, the daughter of Edgar and Lou (Bennett) HarrelContinued ...
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- Ellamae Hiltibidal
Video games aren't bad for kids?
The eternal question: Are you a bad parent if you let kids have video games?Continued ...
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