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Today's News

  • Vandalia Memories

    Pictured here is the Do Drop Inn, a popular restaurant located east of Vandalia Community High School.

    This photo is from a 1969 issue of The Vandalia Leader. The photo was posted on the Vandalia Memories Facebook page by Kathy Schultz, the administrator of that page featuring hundreds of photos from Vandalia's past.
     

  • Old state cemetery has five effigy stones

    Since early this year there has been a pink telephone call Post-it note tacked to the bulletin board at the Vandalia Statehouse announcing the scheduled arrival of an Angie Johnson of the Association for Gravestone Studies, along with members of her group, on Saturday, Sept. 13, at 9:30 a.m.

  • Capture shows value of teamwork

    Just last week in this space, we talked about the value of the various law enforcement entities building camaradrie and training together.
    This week, we saw how that pays off.
    Monday afternoon, an inmate escaped from Vandalia Correctional Center, and within a short time, numerous entities responded to a call for help.

  • Hohlt staying busy even after retirement

    Last week’s Fayette Faces told of Jeanne Lawler Hohlt’s school days, up to and including graduation from Vandalia High School with the class of ’47.

  • VCC escapee captured
  • Evergreen Outreach

    By Charlene M. Jett
    My vocabulary isn’t large enough to describe the fantastic, awesome meeting we had today. It was really great! In case you didn’t make the meeting, let me describe it for you.

  • The meaning of 'transformational discipleship'

    Throughout 2014, I have been encouraging both of the churches I pastor to focus on discipleship. And I’ve been using the term “transformational discipleship.”  Let’s take a look at what those two words mean.

  • KC Dental Assisting Graduates
  • Frogtown News

    Birth
    Ryan and Kristi (Rinkel) Kraemer of St. Peter are the parents of a daughter, Drew Riann, born on Sept. 13, 2014.  She weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces, and was 19 inches long.
     She is welcomed home by her brothers, Liam and Kolby, and a sister, Zoey. Grandparents are Greg and Angie Rinkel, Penny Donaldson and Fritz Kraemer. Great-grandparents are Olga Michel, Janet Thompson, and Ted and Joyce Rinkel.
    St. Peter’s Lutheran Church
    Sunday morning attendance was 193.
    Rita Yagow was the organist.

  • Brownstown-Sefton News

    Rufus and Alice (Hummingbirds)
    Our little Hummingbird couple, Rufus and Alice, has been visiting their feeder frequently lately, probably in preparation for the long trek (or
    flight) to their winter home.