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Economy boosts adds 175K jobs WASHINGTON -- More Americans hunted for jobs in May, and more companies filled them -- signs of confidence and resilience. for the slow-healing U.S. economy. The 175,000 jobs employers added last month were the latest eContinued ...
Marriage Licenses May 31 -- George M. Stackhouse of Sesser and Cheryl L. Hollingsworth of Woodlawn. June 3 -- John R. Morehead and Nancy J. Massey, both of Mt. Vernon. June 3 -- Martin L. Hollins Jr. and Natalie G. Trimble, both of Mt. Vernon. June 5Continued ...
RLC to host naturalization ceremony
INA — Nearly 50 people from all over the world will converge on Rend Lake College later this month to officially become American citizens. The United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois will host a naturalization ceremony atContinued ...
Art camp to register youth
MT. VERNON – As the oldest of six children, 13-year-old Katelyn Ashby of Mt. Vernon is used to having to share. But participating in the annual Cedarhurst Summer Art Camp has given Ashby the chance to create artwork that is just for her and she has gContinued ...
Rams depart for state finals
MT. VERNON – Spirits were high Thursday morning as the Mt. Vernon Rams took off for Joliet to compete in the state finals. The team's bus departed from Mt. Vernon Township High School at around 10 a.m., surrounded by parents and well-wishers. Team meContinued ...
- Study to determine armory use
- Talk will address nudity in artwork
- Area grade schools plan upgrades
- Daniels found unfit to stand trial
- Heritage gala set for June 15
- Student sculptors featured at Cedarhurst
- Rainey's sentence upheld
- Sex offender given 18-year prison sentence
- Construction projects updated
- E-waste collection held despite rain
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