Parade Marshal Imogene Eilers
A youngster captures a porker during the pig scramble held Friday at the annual Chandlerville Burgoo.
Fourth Street in front of the Princess Theater in Beardstown was opened last Friday after being closed for several weeks. The deteriorating condition of the Princess Theater had prompted the city to close the street due to safety concerns. The... more
The first week of the 2019-20 school year presented a pleasant surprise to Eric Norris, Virginia school’s new band director – a $350 donation from the Virginia Masonic Lodge.Present for the donation were (from left) Norris, Steve Clark, lodge... more
The Multicultural Employee Resource Group at Dot Foods in Mt. Serling collected school supplies for local schools this year for its annual service project.    The group collected over 1,000 items, including 111 full supply lists, over four weeks.... more
Kayaking is becoming more popular in recent years, and Jim Edgar Panther Creek State Fish and Wildlife Area is a perfect place to enjoy this activity.  There is easy access to the water and plenty of wildlife to be seen if you’re there at the right... more

Trivia Too

     Here is a letter and story in the book I am now writing.  My letters were numbered in the order written so that they could be given to relatives and then given back to Christine.



    Information as recorded in the Cass County Courthouse.

    Landon Scott Delaporte, Chatham, and Maria Lilly Gutierrez, Chatham.


    Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize. 1 Corinthians 9:24



    Beardstown’s methodical ground game, and a bend but don’t break defense, gave the Tigers a 30-6 season opener win in a road tilt with Hardin-Calhoun.



    Floyd M. Katzenburger, 77, of Mt. Sterling, passed away on Saturday, August 31, in Blessing Hospital in Quincy.