Veteran's Day salute
The Village of Waltonville held a Veteran’s Day Parade on Monday. Residents came out to show their support for the veterans and enjoy the parade, which included floats, politicians, school bands, antique cars and tractors and veterans organizations.Continued ...
Foundation honors three alumni
Mt. Vernon High School Foundation held its annual alumni dinner on Saturday night at the Holiday Inn.Continued ...
United Way salutes The Amy Center
MT. VERNON — United Way of South Central Illinois raised its thermometer again Thursday, signifying a specific community impact program that will be funded because of the investment made by donors, business and organizations that support the work of the organization.Continued ...
Ribbon cutting held for Casey expansion
MT. VERNON — The best part of the newly expanded Casey Middle School is how it gives sixth graders more access to the campus, said Casey Principal Mary McGreer.Continued ...
- November proclaimed Adoption Month
- Makeup tutorial held at Brehm Library
- Water main on the mend
- Knife show draws hundreds of collectors
- Register-News Halloween Bash a success
- Rain doesn't dampen Halloween spirits
- Veteran's Day salute
Christmas Parade to light up town
MT. VERNON -- Downtown will be lit with a "Star-Spangled Christmas" for the Christmas parade on Saturday. According to parade organizer John Scrivner, the theme was chosen in honor of the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. He expects the floaContinued ...
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- Christmas Parade to light up town
Art Barnard, 92, of rural Wayne City, died 4:37 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013, at the Wayfair Nursing Center in Fairfield. He was known as an independent businessman, cattle buyer, trucker and founder of the livestock auction market in Wayne City. HeContinued ...
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- Dannie McKinney
- Hazel Shoemaker
- Bill Smith
- Art Barnard
The myth that Christmas season starts earlier every year
It's the kind of jump-the-gun October ad that brings the same excuse, year after year: "This may SEEM a little premature to you - but it really is NOT . . . " Ah, yes: It's once again the time of year when retail giants begin their insistent reminders that there are "not many days left in which to do your Christmas buying."Continued ...
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