MT. VERNON — Kindergarten teacher Helene Moore puckers up to kiss a pig in front of students on Thursday, part of a positive behavior intervention event. Students who did not have any behavior referrals or office referrals got to watch teachers, Assistant Principal Ellen Gibbs and Principal Shannon Marler kiss the pig. More pictures are available on the Register-News website at www.register-news.com.
Farrington Grade School pursues Internet upgrade
Farrington Grade School is upgrading to a wireless Internet system to improve network speeds and offer more learning opportunities for students.Continued ...
Cove Connection to begin next round of parenting classes
The Cove Connection Community Parenting Group will begin its next round of mentoring classes Aug. 5, and local parents still have time to sign up for the next session.Continued ...
Collins appointed to RLCD
MT. VERNON — Perhaps the third time will be the charm for County Chairman Robert White in appointing a trustee to the Rend Lake Conservancy District.White announced during a special meeting conducted by the County Board on Thursday night he has appoiContinued ...
Christmas inthe Park revived
MT. VERNON — After a year hiatus, the Christmas in the Park program will be back this holiday season.“We skipped last year,” said coordinator Don Bigham. “We couldn’t get a chairperson. I was occupied, Gene Tucker was occupied and no one was able toContinued ...
MVTHS holds pre-bid meeting
MT. VERNON — Roughly 40 trade contractors attended a special pre-bid meeting Thursday to learn more about the ongoing rebidding of the new proposed Mt. Vernon Township High School.The informal session gave potential bidders an overview of the newly rContinued ...
- County Board calls last minute meeting
- MVTHS to hold pre-bid meeting
- Alleged arsonist pleads innocent
- Deer hunting changes released
- Bridge letting Aug. 1
- United Way selects theme
- MVTHS gears up for semester
- Clinical trial proves positive
- Gold Wing Rally to visit
- Republic adjusts first bill
- Farrington Grade School pursues Internet upgrade