MT. VERNON — — About 250 people attended the Men Cooking for CASA [Court Appointed Special Advocates] event Saturday evening at the Holiday Inn, tasting dishes made by 38 chefs. Ryan Swan was the winner of the main dish with salami and mozzarella with basil aioli. Adam Blackward was named the appetizer winner with bacon wrapped Chorizo stuffed dates. Doug Hester was voted to have the best soup, a chicken poblano corn chowder. Drew Johnson’s bread pudding with butter rum sauce was voted the best dessert. The Peoples Choice Award went to the team of Troy Heitmeyer and Tony Mezo for smoked beef briskets and barbeque baked beans. Chad Curd had the best table decorations, according to a people’s vote. The winners will receive engraved gold skillets, according to CASA Executive Director Becky Whisenhunt. A live auction and silent auction was also held.
Clinics hit by cyber attack
MT. VERNON — Crossroads Community Hospital officials confirmed Wednesday clinics affiliated with their company were impacted by a recent cyber attack on Community Health Systems.On Monday, CHS announced its computers had been hacked and sensitive infContinued ...
Drug warrants issued
MT. VERNON — Members of the Joint Narcotics Division of the Mt. Vernon Police Department and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office conducted a drug sweep Wednesday.Officers were seeking to serve 23 warrants on various drug offenses, according to poliContinued ...
Truck purchase tabled
MT. VERNON — Needing more information before making a decision, the Highway Committee of the Jefferson County Board tabled action on the purchase of a new pickup.County Highway Engineer Brandon Simmons requested permission to purchase a one-ton truckContinued ...
MVTHS eyes new school tech plan
MT. VERNON — Mt. Vernon Township High School officials hope to award bids this November to equip the new proposed school with technology.At this point, the district’s technology budget for the new campus is between $2 million and $2.5 million.The $2.Continued ...
Horse Creek Music Fest set for Sept. 27
BLUFORD — The 10th Annual Horse Creek Country Music Fest will be held from 5 p.m. to midnight Sept. 27, and organizers are expecting a crowd of 400 to 450 people to attend.Billie Jo Prosise, a co-organizer, said the festival has grown tremendously siContinued ...
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