4-H Fair Dog and Cat Shows
The Jefferson County 4-H Fair Dog and Cat Shows were held Saturday morning outside the University of Illinois Extension Office in Mt. Vernon. Thirteen dogs and seven cats were judged as part of the competition. Animals were evaluated on factors like care and handling, and obedience. The fair continues today with a Sheep Show at 8 a.m., a Swine Show at 7:30 p.m., and Farm Bureau Night from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. These events will all be held at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds behind Rend Lake College.Continued ...
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Ash Bash concert set for Saturday
The third annual Ash Bash concert will take place from 2 p.m. to midnight Saturday on the property of Joe and Lori Ilbery, who live at 2307 Benton Road (37 South) in Mt. Vernon.Continued ...
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Donald Theo Flanagan passed away on Aug. 7 2014, at the Brian Center in Waynesville, N.C. Born on Aug. 22, 1925, in their farm house in Woodlawn, the youngest son of Samuel and Nellie (Moore) Flanagan. He married Marjorie Kelley on Nov. 15, 1952.He iContinued ...
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Lyday shuts out Bluford
MT. VERNON — Jeremiah Lyday went the distance and Mt. Vernon’s Jr. Legion squad did just enough offensively to advance in the district tournament at Brennan Klein Field on Friday.Lyday scattered three hits and recorded six strikeouts as Post 141 shutContinued ...
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