County's financial picture improves
MT. VERNON — Despite not having ICE revenues for six months, Treasurer Dan Knox reported the county is "not out of the woods by a long shot," but the financial condition of the county has improved in the last 30 days. Claims pending as of Monday wilContinued ...
Armory property considered for events
The Mt. Vernon City Council Monday will discuss an agreement with Mt. Vernon Festivals, Inc., to use the former armory for Market Day events. The property was deeded to the city in October 2012, with the Branding Leadership Team wanting to utilize tContinued ...
Good Sam hosts safety seat event
Good Samaritan Regional Health Center is urging parents and caregivers to make sure their child safety seat is properly installed by hosting an inspection today. The inspection will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kroger parking lot. Good SamariContinued ...
Ina students have Happy Feet
Happy faces accompanied the happy feet of student at Ina Grade School Friday as they participated in a Happy Feet Walk-A-Thon. "This organization helps kids get shoes they need for gym class," said 11-year-old Sophie Laughlin, a member of the StudenContinued ...
Local Tea Party members not targeted
MT. VERNON — A local Tea Party organizer says he or anyone affiliated with the local organization has not been targeted by the Internal Revenue Service. The Justice Department is investigating the IRS for targeting tea party groups for extra scrutinContinued ...
- Thursday Night Live kicks off season
- Public assistance sought in burglaries
- ICE return unlikely this year
- Executive director resigns
- Fire district approves appointments
- Ceremony planned at Belle Rive School
- Fire destoys Belle Rive home
- ICE's future may be determined
- Wolves, bears and piggies, oh my!
- County's financial picture improves