Summersville Grade School raises money for heart health
Summersville Grade School raised an estimated $1,550 for the American Heart Association as part of a recent fundraising effort held in advance of the April 12 South Central Illinois Heart Walk. The amount of money raised was well above the school's goal of $250.Continued ...
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Verna R. Catron, 96, of Mt. Vernon, died 10:15 a.m. Tuesday, April 8, 2014, at Residential Living Center in Mt. Vernon. She was born on Sept. 12, 1917, in Sims, the daughter of Reed and Mary Melinda (Jones) Dickey. She married Vernon E. Catron on AprContinued ...
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Woodlawn upends Mt. Vernon
Woodlawn's softball team piled up the runs against the Lady Rams on Monday.
Woodlawn seized an early lead and won 12-2 in five innings in the Mt. Vernon Invitational. DuQuoin beat Waltonville/Sesser-Valier 14-0 in the other matchup.Continued ...
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First Apple, now Google hit with kids' app lawsuit
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