MT. VERNON — — Josh Adams of Clinton Electric, gets ready to install a new exit sign at the Granada Center for the Performing Arts, assisted by Granada Board Member David Lister. Clinton Electric has donated six lights along with the installation to the project. According to Lister, Clinton Electric has already installed lights on the stage, which were donated six years ago. “They have also been very helpful in planning how to use the Hometown Heroes Grant we received from Lowe’s,” Lister said. “They help us make sure things are installed properly.”
Stuff the Bus campaign begins
MT. VERNON — A five-week campaign to collect school supplies for local schoolchildren will begin on Friday. United Way of South Central Illinois has announced its Stuff the Bus kickoff campaign will coincide with the organization's Day of Action. DaContinued ...
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Lois June Shoemaker, 90, of Mt. Vernon, died 1:29 p.m. Saturday, June 15, 2013, at Mt. Vernon Health Care in Mt. Vernon. She was born Monday, Oct. 9, 1922, in McLeansboro, the daughter of Orval C. and Anna Mae (Thomas) Duncan. She married Kenneth RagContinued ...
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