MT. VERNON — — A capacity crowd filled the C.E. Brehm Memorial Library meeting room to bursting Tuesday night for the History, Mystery and Hauntings of Southern Illinois event. Bruce Cline of the Little Egypt Ghost Society described some of the events he’s witnessed as a paranormal investigator across Southern Illinois, from ghostly visions to strange audio recordings.
Public utilities employees were searching for a water leak Wednesday morning on South 22nd Street. Steve McCoy, director of the public utilities department, said after water was discovered coming up through the ground, the employees were working to trail the leak to its source.Continued ...
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Ina man sentenced on drug charge
MT. VERNON — An Ina man has received a lengthy prison sentence after pleading guilty to making meth in his home.Jonathan Cooper, 42, pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of unlawful participation in methamphetamine production, a Class 1 felony, andContinued ...
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Ethel Louise Hardig, 55, of Mt. Vernon, died at 4:48 a.m. Saturday, July 26, 2014, at her home.She was born on March 8, 1959, in Champaign, the daughter of Fred Arnold and Dollie May (Kingston) Wheeler.She attended Unity High School in Tolono and recContinued ...
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- Ethel Hardig
Hines Sight: Cards aggressive at deadline
It's been a wild couple days for Cardinals fans.
They've seen their team and management engage in a flurry of deadline trading activity unlike the past few seasons. St. Louis ripped off a deal a day in the two leading up to the deadline.Continued ...
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The virtues of lying
Two computational scientists set out recently to simulate the effects of lying in a virtual human population. Their results, published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, show that lying is essential for the growth of a cohesive social network.Continued ...
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