MT. VERNON — — Suzanne Patterson, left, a member of the Cedarhurst Clay Club, prepares to decorate her pot with horse hair and sugar at the club's Horse Hair Pottery Kiln Firing event Thursday at the Shrode Art Center. Also pictured are Greg Gibbs, center, and club member Judy Mason, right. The kiln firing coincided with that evening's Thursday Night Live activities at the Cedarhurst Center for the Arts. Thursday Night Live continues this season until Aug. 29.
Area residents took advantage of the sunny weather to clear out the snow and ice on Tuesday. Many back roads still have some slush and icy patches but conditions have improved greatly from the storm late last week.Continued ...
Toys for Kids
Icy conditions weren't able to slow down the Toys for Kids gift giveaway on Saturday at the Times Square Mall.Continued ...
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
- CASA advocate for abused children
- Winter storm watch issued
- Holiday Lunch served
- Christmas lights
- Christmas decorating
- Digging out
Road closed due to gas leak
The Mt. Vernon Fire Department Wednesday afternoon barricaded a portion of 12th Street at First United Methodist Church due to a gas leak. The leak was caused by snow and ice falling from the church's roof and striking a gas meter.Continued ...
- RLC Board appoints two Title III employees
- History Society earns award
- Lady Rams topple Orphan Annies
- Road closed due to gas leak
Carl J. Dyel, 93, of Mt. Vernon, died 2:20 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013, at his home in Mt. Vernon. He was born Friday, Oct. 15, 1920, in St. Louis, the son of Otto and Inez (Severns) Dyel. He married Louisa A. Richardson on May 18, 1941, in Perryville,Continued ...
- John Horan
- Otha Boykin
- Charles Edward Horton
- Pastor Donald L. Beckman
- Carl Dyel
Editor stranded in ice storm experiences truest form of humanity
A foolish drive left me alone with my car stuck on a steep hill of a back road, covered in ice with temperatures falling into the low 20s. But as is the case with any horror story, heroes emerged to aid the helpless.Continued ...
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- Editor stranded in ice storm experiences truest form of humanity