Maribeth K. Conkin, 95, died August 25, at her home. She was born in Virginia, Illinois on May 13, 1919, the oldest child of Carroll T.
The public is invited to view the movie, “God’s Not Dead” at First Southern Baptist Church of Beardstown on August 31, at 6 p.m.
The Beardstown Exchange Club's Senior Connection will be held at the Golden Age Center at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept.
Terry Bell of the Virginia Masonic Lodge presents a $200 check to Jodie Tate for the Philadelphia 4-H Club. The gift represents the proceeds from a recent lodge cookout event.
Over the past number of years, I have discussed food safety issues in China several times.
The Griggsville Apple Festival invites you to cook and compete in the 8th annual BBQ contest.
Dot Foods has selected the name Hagel 1891 for its new fine dining restaurant at 115 East Main Street in Mt. Sterling.
The annual Chandlerville Burgoo was held Aug. 21-23.
Work is continuing on the VFW’s war memorial. The sidewalk leading to the war memorial was poured on June 14.
The Beardstown Fall Fun Festival T-shirt is now available at Beardstown Savings Bank, First National Bank of Beardstown and West Central Bank.
The Cass County Mobile Food Pantry, sponsored by Dot Foods, provided over 12,000 pounds of food to the community June 28 at the Beardstown High School. Over 200 households attended the event and we
Virginia Volunteer Fire Department, with mutual aid units from Beardstown and Arenzville, fight an early morning blaze that destroyed a hay barn Tuesday at the Glenn Sweatman farm located west of V
Morris and Doris Bell will celebrate their 90th birthdays from 5-7 p.m., Saturday, August 2 at their home, 3278 CR 1030E, Chandlerville. Morris was born February 21, 1924, to Arthur and Hortense Be
By David V. Miller For the Star-Gazette When I sat down with Abel Pineiro, an immigrant from Banes, Cuba, I really did not know what to expect.
By Roy Roberts Trivia Too While in the grocery store the other day, an attractive young mother was telling her two-year-old son to not touch, and when he wouldn’t obey, she reached down and gave th
By Freida Marie Crump The Coonridge Digest Greetings from the Ridge. Let’s hear it for the boy who’s so busy looking for four-leaf clovers that he misses the ball that’s hit to him in right field.
Sherwood Lucian “Ty” Theivagt, 91, of Beardstown, died Tuesday, July 15, at Memorial Medical Center in Springfield.