Candidates seek last-minute votes
MT. VERNON — A candidate's forum Wednesday hosted by the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce provided voters with information to take to the polls Tuesday.Continued ...
- Interstate 64 accident causes traffic problems
- Closed for repairs
- Candidates seek last-minute votes
An incident reported in Saturday's publication was incorrect. The incident involved a subject running around a mobile home court with a knife and may have possibly cut himself. Police logs indicate the subject was being transported to Crossroads CommContinued ...
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- Park hangar nears completion
- Board seats new trustee
Mary E. J. Dethrow, 90, of Sand Springs, Okla., died 1:15 a.m. Tuesday, April 8, 2014, at her home in Sand Springs, Okla. She was born Thursday, Feb. 28, 1924, in Kell, the daughter of Colonel Irwin Heflin and Cecil Eugenia (Perdue) Heflin. She marriContinued ...
- Mary Blood
- Joseph Irvin
- James 'Jim' Benthall
- Allen Smith
- Mary Dethrow
South 7 recognizes trio of Rams
The South Seven released its All-Conference Teams for boys basketball on Wednesday.
Mt. Vernon's Braden Fitzjerrells was named to the first team. Seniors Jake Pike and Shakari Hawkins were recognized as honorable mention.Continued ...
- Rams fall to Salem
- Webber opens with win
- Knox ready for first season
- South 7 recognizes trio of Rams
First Apple, now Google hit with kids' app lawsuit
Last month, 4- and 5-year-old brothers in New York quickly spent $65.95 in real money to buy virtual goods in Marvel's Run Jump Splash game on the family tablet. They were able to rack up the charges without entering a password. And for that, the boys' mother has joined a class-action lawsuit filed Tuesday against Google, accusing the company of deceiving consumers about its in-app purchase system, which critics say makes it too easy for kids to spend money on their Android devices.Continued ...
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