Mt. Vernon tour and taste
Area residents participated in the Building tour with a taste of Mt.Vernon on Thursday. The evening began with a tour of newly remodeled business that include Williamson Asia, Rare Chop House, Lowery's Irish Pub and Studio B. The Elks Lodge was the last stop of the event where guest could sample food and drinks from several vendors.Continued ...
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- Mt. Vernon tour and taste
Palmer hires attorney
MT. VERNON -- A Mt. Vernon native has hired a private attorney to represent him in a murder case. Marventi Palmer, 27, currently incarcerated in the Department of Corrections, appeared in court on Tuesday with Evelynn Lewis of St. Louis. During a couContinued ...
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Mary Lee Graham, 87, of Hopedale, went to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Good Friday, April 18, 2014, at the home of her grandson. She was born Easter Sunday, April 17, 1927, in Belle Rive, to Joseph and Lora Alice Kniffen Glenn. She maContinued ...
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Rams outlast Orphans
The offensive floodgates finally opened in the ninth inning for Mt. Vernon's baseball team.
The Rams piled up six runs in the ninth inning to claim a 7-3 extra-inning victory Tuesday.Continued ...
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Biggest student loan profits come from grad students
This week, the Congressional Budget Office projected that the federal government would earn roughly $127 billion from student lending during the next 10 years.Continued ...
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