MT. VERNON — — Mt. Vernon Chief of Police Chris Mendenall, above, outlines the evening's topics during a weekly session of the Police Academy. On bottom right, Officer Don Hattendorf explains the department's Internal Affairs. Attendees, bottom left, listened to the officers and Chaplain Dan Lovin and refreshments were served by Sharon Martin and Shaya Bevis, police department employees.
Bark for Life benefits Jefferson County Relay for Life
The first Bark for Life event brought out area residents and their canine companions and caregivers to Veterans Park. Big and small, young and old participated, raising funds for the Jefferson County Relay for Life and walking around the park.Continued ...
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The Mt. Vernon Township Board of Education Monday voted to place the district's tentative amended budget for 2013 on public display for 30 days.Continued ...
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Palmer ends career with record
CHARLESTON – Mt. Vernon's Aaliyah Palmer ended her girls track career as a record holder. Palmer hurled the shot put 39 feet, 11 inches at the 2A state finals this weekend. Previously, Palmer had tied the school record with a throw of 39 feet, six inContinued ...
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