November 25, 2014
|Honor signs can be picked up|
|During the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce’s recent move, it was discovered that eight signs, which were displayed on telephone posts in the county in 2005 and 2006 to honor our military personnel, have not been picked up. The signs were up to honor the 135th Engineering Company which had been deployed to Iraq. The soldier featured, or a family member, can pick up their sign at the Chamber office, now located at 813 12th St. in Lawrenceville.|
|Who's Who nomination
form available at WVC|
| MOUNT CARMEL - Diana Spear, assistant Dean of Student Services at Wabash Valley College, has announced that Who's Who in American Junior Colleges nomination forms are now available in the Student Services Office. |
Students must be a sophomore with an overall 3.0 or higher GPA to be nominated. The nomination form requires a faculty recommendation. Students should be eligible for graduation in May or by no later than August 2015.
Forms are due in the Student Services Office by no later than 4 p.m., Dec. 5.
Monday, November 24, 2014
|Two to be sworn in as Second Judicial Circuit judges|
| MOUNT VERNON - Two area attorneys will be sworn in as judges to the Illinois Second Judicial Circuit Court in separate ceremonies on Dec. 1.|
Chief Judge Thomas J. Tedeschi, in a news release, said Michael J. Molt will be sworn in as Wayne County Resident Circuit Judge in an 8:30 a.m. ceremony on the second floor of the Fairfield courthouse.
Retired White County judge Thomas Sutton will perform the ceremony.
Molt has practiced law in different capacities in Wayne County for 40 years. He was raised on a farm in Larnard Township in Wayne County and has lived in Wayne County his entire life.
At 4 p.m. on Dec. 1, William C. Hudson, will be sworn in as Wabash County Resident Circuit Judge in the courthouse in Mount Carmel.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014