One Hope United raises awareness
MT. VERNON —Volunteers of the One Hope United Foster Grandparent Program and students of the Primary Center worked together on a special art project.Continued ...
- Primary students build model community
- Holscher named MVPD Officer of the Year
- One Hope United raises awareness
'Happy Feet' fundraising begins
MT. VERNON -- A local church and business is teaming up to provide Jefferson County students with a little extra kick in their step. Kingdom Seed Ministries and Shoe Stop, Inc. are preparing for their second annual "Happy Feet" fundraising campaign.Continued ...
- D-80 OKs staff changes
- County receives road funds
- District 80 approves several staff changes
- 'Happy Feet' fundraising begins
Elmer VanHoorebeke, Jr.
Corporal Elmer VanHoorebeke, Jr., 27, of Palm Springs, Calif., passed away on Sunday, April 6, 2014, from injuries sustained from a motorcycle accident. Junior was born to Elmer and Betty VanHoorebeke in Mt. Vernon. He attended Waltonville ElementaryContinued ...
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- James Warren, Jr.
- Verna Catron
- Verna Catron
- Elmer VanHoorebeke, Jr.
Retirees' paperwork, stuck in a mine, points to government's balky IT problems
This is one of the weirdest workplaces in the U.S. government — both for where it is and for what it does. Here, inside the caverns of an old Pennsylvania limestone mine, there are 600 employees of the Office of Personnel Management. Their task is nothing top secret. It is to process the retirement papers of the government's own workers, entirely by hand.Continued ...
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