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Today's News

  • VCHS Students Go to WYSE Regional

    A group of students from Vandalia Community High School recently participated in the WYSE (World Youth in Science and Engineering) regional competition at Kaskaskia College in Centralia last Thursday.

  • VES Pick of the Litter

    Vandalia Elementary School students who received "Pick of the Litter" honors for January are shown above.

  • LaGrove HS Class of 1951

    Members of the class of 1951 at LaGrove Community High School in Farina gathered recently at the home of Charles and Ann Leonard in Greenville.

    Above, from left to right, are Ernie Furrow, Marilyn Mueller Frederickson, Ann Baumann Leonard, Mary deWerff Hemphill, Dorothy Stock Finch, Merle Aukamp and Howard Blomberg.

  • Fisher-50 years

    Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fisher of Brownstown will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary this Sunday with an open house.

  • Cothern-Westendorf

    Megan Cothern and Tyler Westendorf, both of Vandalia, have announced their engagement and upcoming marriage.

  • McDowell-Elam

    Amanda McDowell and Chad Elam have announced their engagement and upcoming marriage.

  • Curtis-Largent

    Tracee Curtis and Tim Largent, both of Vandalia, have announced their engagement and upcoming marriage.

  • Postal Service plans to cut Saturday mail in August

    U.S. Postal Service
    The U.S. Postal Service last week announced plans to transition to a new delivery schedule during the week of Aug. 5 that includes package delivery Monday through Saturday, and mail delivery Monday through Friday.
    The postal service expects to generate cost savings of approximately $2 billion annually once the plan is fully implemented.

  • News Briefs

    Rutherford visiting Vandalia

    Vandalia is one of four communities that State Treasurer Dan Rutherford is visiting as part of his I-Cash Tour in Central Illinois.
    I-Cash staff will be at the Vandalia City Hall from 2-4 p.m., with Rutherford scheduled to arrive at 3 p.m.
    Through the I-Cash program, the treasurer’s office works to determine for Illinois residents whether the state is holding any money or unclaimed property that is entitled to them.

  • SWAN making appointments

    SWAN Senior Services is taking appointments for Benefit Access, formerly called Circuit Breaker, applications for 2013.
    Applicants must have turned 65 years of age or older by Jan. 1 of last year, must become 65 years of age during 2013 or qualify as a disabled person.
    Applicants need to provide their driver’s license, Medicare card, Social Security cards and a copy of prescription drug plan, if applicable.