MT. VERNON — — "Maid in the Shade," a North American B-25J Mitchell Medium Bomber, made its first stop in Mt. Vernon at noon on Monday. The public is offered rides in the B-25. For more information, you may call (480) 322-5503. It will be on display through the week, leading up to the annual LSA Expo that is scheduled to run Sept. 5 to Sept. 7 at Mt. Vernon Airport.
Mt. Vernon tour and taste
Area residents participated in the Building tour with a taste of Mt.Vernon on Thursday. The evening began with a tour of newly remodeled business that include Williamson Asia, Rare Chop House, Lowery's Irish Pub and Studio B. The Elks Lodge was the last stop of the event where guest could sample food and drinks from several vendors.Continued ...
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Cecil H. Daniels, 88, of Mt. Vernon, died 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at Nature Trail Health Care Center in Mt. Vernon. He was born Sunday, March 7, 1926, in Jefferson County, the son of William and Anna (Townes) Daniels. He married Tincie LuciContinued ...
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