MVTHS finances are looking up
MT. VERNON — Mt. Vernon Township High School officials say the district is heading in the right direction financially, with lower than anticipated expenditures and favorable revenue trends.In June, MVTHS’ expenditures totaled $13,232,891, which is maContinued ...
Clerk gets electronic billing
MT. VERNON — The City Clerk’s office is now using electronic billing.“We’ve just gone electronic,” City Clerk Jeri Hopkins said. “Up until now, we’ve been handwriting receipts, physically taking the checks and copies of receipts to the finance departContinued ...
Luechtefeld hosts town hall meeting
MT. VERNON — The chances of local governments getting more funding to improve damaged roads are pretty slim unless some major changes are implemented at the state level, said State Sen. Dave Luechtefeld, R-Okawville.Luechtefeld hosted a town hall meeContinued ...
Zoo declared a success
MT. VERNON — City Recreation Coordinator Wes Plummer reported the aquatics facility is a success at the halfway mark of the summer season.“We’re going on six weeks open now, the swimming lessons are packed and we could have more if there was more timContinued ...
Dept. probes fires
MT. VERNON — For the second time in as many days, the Mt. Vernon Fire Department is investigating a suspicious fire.Assistant Fire Chief Kevin Sargent confirmed Wednesday the overnight fire in the 400 block of Forest Avenue is under investigation byContinued ...
- National Night Out on Aug. 5
- Four new teachers hired for District 80
- Sen. Luechtefeld to host town hall meeting tonight
- City plan moving forward
- Legion Post 141 falls at Centralia
- Geese, ducks causing park problems
- D-80 projects progress
- MVTHS authorizes rebidding process
- City clears up policies
- Construction closes South 34th
- MVTHS finances are looking up