MT. VERNON — — The Mt. Vernon Jaycees House of Horror threw open its doors Friday to begin the scare season. The House of Horror is being held at the old train depot at Broadway and First Street and opens at 7:30 p.m. tonight, Oct. 19-20, Oct. 26-27 and Halloween. The haunted house will stay open until everyone has gone through. Tickets are $7 at the door.
Chamber sets theme for annual dinner
MT. VERNON -- A celebration of the past year's accomplishments and recognitions to individuals who made a difference will highlight the annual Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce dinner. It will be held Friday, April 4 at the Holiday Inn. The socialContinued ...
Parents talk Internet safety
WALTONVILLE -- The grade school will be hosting a program on Internet safety for all parents have access to a cell phone or computer. The program will feature an Internet safety specialist from the Illinois Attorney General High Tech Crimes Bureau, CContinued ...
Fifth District Appellate Court vacancy filled
SPRINGFIELD -- S. Gene Schwarm of Vandalia, chief judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit, has been appointed to fill a vacancy in the Fifth District Appellate Court, based in Mt. Vernon. Schwarm will replace James M. Wexstten of Mt. Vernon, who announcContinued ...
Street project to get underway
MT. VERNON -- The city council will be presented with bids for the 34th Street road project during its meeting on Monday. "We opened six bids, and the winning one is from Guinzy Construction for $1.9 million," said Ron Neibert, city manager. "We expeContinued ...
Students Win Bikes at ISAT Party
MT. VERNON -- It was a lucky day for two Primary Center third graders Friday, who received new bicycles as part of the Illinois Standards Achievement Test Reward Party held at the school. The bike winners were Isreal Oppong and Ximena Raya. Their namContinued ...
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