Building tour and Taste of Mt. Vernon held
Four businesses were featured in the Downtown Mt. Vernon Development Corporation's building tour, followed by the Taste of Mt. Vernon held at the Elks Lodge. Cindy Bevis showed off her new office on Ninth Street and Dr. Jim Robelen gave a tour of the Southern Illinois Vein Center in the former Jefferson State Bank building. Several people enjoyed an array of food on display at the Elks Lodge.Continued ...
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- Building tour and Taste of Mt. Vernon held
Memorial Day events planned for holiday weekend
MT. VERNON -- Memorial Day Services have been scheduled in several communities. Although Monday is the official Memorial Day observance, the tributes to veterans will actually begin on Sunday when the 15th annual Memorial Day service will be held atContinued ...
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Wilma F. "Dixie" Wheeler, 88, formerly of McLeansboro, died 5:56 a.m. Sunday, May 12, 2013, at her home in Decatur. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at Gholson Funeral Home in McLeansboro. Interment will be at White County Memorial GContinued ...
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- Wilma Wheeler
Waltonville basketball player commits to Division III school
WALTONVILLE -- Jordan Hale cracked the 1,000-point mark during his basketball career at Waltonville. That sports career will continue at the college level. Hale recently committed to Illinois College where he will play for the mens basketball team. "Continued ...
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- Waltonville basketball player commits to Division III school
The best and worst jobs in the current economy
With rapid changes in the economy, some jobs are valued more than others, meaning if you can land one, there's usually higher pay and more perks. Meanwhile, other jobs that have traditionally been considered desirable have slipped toward the bottom of the heap.Continued ...
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