1998 – A crew from 20/20, an ABC news magazine, visited with Larry LeFevre, as it was doing a story on violence against divorce attorneys.
Fayette County Hospital President Dan Gantz was given regional administrative duties by the BJC Health System.
Bob Thompson was elected chairman of the new Vandalia Tourism Commission.
Ed Taylor Jr. opened Noise Music and Sound in the 300 block of West Main Street in Vandalia.
Elizabeth Zeman of Vandalia received the highest award in Girl Scouts – the Gold Award.
20 Years Ago
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