Today's News

  • WMES learns about fire safety


    Fire Safety week was held Oct. 4-8 at West Marion Elementary School. Firefighters from the Loretto Fire Department spoke with children about fire safety and prevention. Students had the opportunity to watch a demonstration by Loretto firefighters using their ladder truck. Kindergarten and first graders also had the opportunity to tour the Fire Safety Trailer from Mercer Central Fire Department. Students discussed what to do if their home were on fire and participated in a simulation of a house fire, from which they evacuated.

  • School Menus

    Monday, Jan. 10: Assorted yogurt and toast or cereal and toast, juice, milk.
    Tuesday, Jan. 11: Bacon egg muffin and toast or cereal and toast, juice, milk.
    Wednesday, Jan. 12: Breakfast granola cookie or toast or cereal and toast, juice, milk.
    Thursday, Jan. 13: Scrambled eggs and toast or cereal and toast, juice, milk.
    Friday, Jan. 14: Mini maple pancakes and toast or cereal and toast, juice, milk.

    Elementary schools

  • University honors 67 scholars


  • A resolution revolution


  • Church Briefs

    An eight-week Divorce Recovery Workshop is being held at the Presbyterian Church, corner of Fifth and Main Streets in Danville. The program will include a 30-minute talk by a professional or person well-versed in a particular field and 30 minutes in small group discussion with questions on the subject of the day and time to get acquainted.
    The Divorce Recovery with a Christian perspective workshop will start at 5:30 p.m., Mondays, Jan. 10 through Feb. 22. Parking is available off Fifth Street at the back of the church. There is a cost.

  • Coat drive helps people in need stay warm

    The need has never been greater and it’s never been easier to make a difference in your community.  Here is your opportunity to make sure that nobody goes without such a basic necessity as a coat this winter.  

  • Celebrate Safely

    "What are you doing for New Year's?"

    There's a good chance you have been asked or will be asked that question some time in the next few days. We hope that you do something you'll enjoy, whether it's dancing the night away, toasting the new year with friends and family or just spending a quiet night at home.

  • Setting an agenda for the 2011 General Assembly

    By Jimmy Higdon

    State Senator


    The Senate majority gathered Dec. 9-10 to discuss the upcoming session and lay out legislative priorities. The session will only be 30 days; we have only a brief time so we have to make the most of it and respond to the issues we heard from voters in the fall.

  • Public Record 12-29-10

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    New drivers

  • Police Log 12-29-10


    Friday, Dec. 3
    - David E. Mudd of Welch Lane reported $3,200 worth of damage to his 2004 Chevrolet Impala, which was parked in McDonald’s parking lot.

    Saturday, Dec. 18

    - Miller Brothers Service Station was the victim of a burglary. Items stolen include $200 in coin change, 10 gold coins valued at $10, four cartons of cigarettes valued at  $160, and one box of cigars.
    Tuesday, Dec. 21