MT. VERNON — — Officials of Maj Productions, who produce and sell film packages to the Discover Channel, were filming in Mt. Vernon on Monday at Magnum Steel Works Inc. Director Bierre Lambert and his team of three photographers were filming a 4.5 minute documentary on “How It's Made,” to air in the winter of 2014 in 160 countries on Discover's Science Channel.
Accident on Broadway
Mt. Vernon Police Department responded to several vehicle accidents during the weekend as a result of the winter storm that passed through the area Friday.Continued ...
Snow blankets entire region
MT. VERNON — As predicted, a major winter storm has produced a blanket of snow in Jefferson County, causing headaches for motorists, and postponing or canceling many local events.Continued ...
Officials urge residents to stay off roads
The Mt. Vernon Emergency Management Agency is urging residents to refrain from travel if possible due to weather conditions.Continued ...
CASA advocate for abused children
MT. VERNON — An organization that impacts the community has been recognized by United Way of South Central Illinois.Continued ...
- Winter storm watch issued
- Holiday Lunch served
- Christmas lights
- Christmas decorating
- Community Thanksgiving draws a crowd
- Local woman honored by Toys for Kids
- Accident on Broadway
I first heard Meghan (Crain) Barrow, of McLeansboro, perform in 2009. I was so impressed with this young lady that I asked her to be our opening act at the second WolfStock that same year. Then, in 2010, she was also the opening act at the Spring ThContinued ...
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- Tow companies staying busy during storm
- Snow blankets entire region
- MUSICALLY SPEAKING
James Robert Askew, 66, of Mt. Vernon, passed away at 9:50 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, at Marion VA Medical Center in Marion. Arrangements are pending and are entrusted to the care of Hughey Funeral Home where you may call 242-3348 or visit www.hugContinued ...
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- John Horan
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- James Askew
A 67-year-old caroling tradition
Ruthanna Weber, 98, has been organizing a Kenwood, Md., caroling tradition since World War II when she was in the Navy.Continued ...
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